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Choose the Right Furniture Proportion for Your Home

round dining table under a hanging chandelier
It is an easy thing to fall in love with a certain sofa or a wardrobe, spend your money right away and take the item home. But do you ever stop and think if it will fit through the door? Do you ever take into account the sizes of said furniture? This is a problem many people ignore until it is too late and they are in front of their house with a sofa too big to get through the door.

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How to Efficiently Sell Used Furniture Online

Used antique sofa in perfect condition for sale
In this day and age, most of the things we do are done online. We talk to our friends online, we read the news, watch funny videos, read books, and most of all we buy and sell online. In the past, we used to throw things away when we no longer needed them or trade them for something else.

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Tips for Choosing The Right Furniture for Your Home

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It is well-known that buying furniture is quite the struggle. Everyone has gone through this task, with all the confusion and hesitation that come with it. Even the professionals at Flat Pack Mates have had their moments of frustration. Hopefully, this guide will make this process easier for you.

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IKEA UK Helps the Environment with a Series of Solar-Powered Products

Garden solar lamps from IKEA

Back in 2011, IKEA released a new series of solar-powered lamps and outdoor lights. The solar lights are divided into three categories: garden outdoor lighting, desk lamps, and floor lamps. They can be used on patios, gardens, and inside the house.

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The Flat-pack Giant IKEA Has a Museum in Its Hometown

Ikea's signature blue and yellow logo
IKEA lovers from all over the world have made the IKEA Museum in Älmhult their go-to tourist destination in their travels across Sweden. Tourists and people on vacation take their time to see the museum that harbours all of IKEA’s history in one place. The museum opened its doors on June 30th, 2016.

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Why women love dressing tables so much?

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Have you ever felt that you do not use all your furniture?
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Flat Pack Shelters: The Latest Innovation in Houses for Refugees

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Millions of people are living in disaster relief areas, refugee camps or under poor conditions. Such temporary homes have been used for years but they have not seen much change or improvement over the years. Mostly tents or other non-durable shelters are used. But for a few years now a couple of organisations have been working on an innovative shelter design that will give people a much safer temporary home.

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Tips on How to Furnish Your Home on a Budget

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The entire process of buying your own home in London is long and strenuous but it is worth it. London estates have never been cheap but if you have found a way and have successfully purchased your very own first home, you are a real champion. And the hardest part is over! Now all that is left is furnishing your home.

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Fight Clutter with Scandinavian Interior Design

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What is Scandinavian design?

It is gaining more and more popularity in recent years as people are looking for ways to improve their homes. They often come across this so-called Scandinavian interior design trend which immediately captures their attention.

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5 Ways Your Relationship Can Survive a Trip to Ikea

Ikea Dish Broken In Two

IKEA has always tried hard to make the customer experience at their stores pleasurable. To some extend their efforts might be backfiring as many people say they dislike or even hate going to IKEA. In fact it’s said a great deal of relationships end this furniture store chain. Whatever the reasons may be, you and your partner need to prepare if you want to get out of this adventure with your feelings intact.

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