The bridal dilemma of trying to use the restroom without ruining the wedding dress has been solved, thanks to a product you probably already have at home.
The appointment of 37-year-old Ghanaian-American Virgil Abloh at the largest luxury fashion conglomerate in the world is a huge win.
Fashion's designer of-the-moment Virgil Abloh, creative director of Off-White, is working with IKEA to create a line of furniture that will launch in 2019. But he wants everyone to weigh in on what it should look like.
Senior Megan Goulding from Frisco, Texas, and a group of her schoolmates hit up IKEA and posed in its staged rooms for some original homecoming photos.
Ikea released a short video celebrating the 30-year-anniversary of its iconic blue tote bag — dubbed the Frakta — and demonstrating the bag’s quality and durability.
It looks like Balenciaga may have started something. After the high fashion brand debuted a $2,000 tote that looked like a copycat of Ikea's humble 99 cent Frakta shopping bag, people have started cutting up their Fraktas to turn them into entirely different creations.
Mom-of-three, Diandra Toyos, was shopping for couches in Ikea when she noticed something wasn’t right. As she guided her children aged four, one and seven weeks, through the maze-like furniture store, she claims noticing two men watching her family intently.
Kanye went to IKEA and it looks like he had a smashing time: We don’t know whether he bought anything or if he just had a browse (or if he even visited a store, perhaps he just popped into the brand’s head office for a meeting about a Yeezy x IKEA collaboration?) but here’s a list of potential Yeezy purchases… Kanye probably needs more space in his bedroom to practise his dance moves. This bed is the prefect solution for freeing up floor space! Go Yeezy! Go Yeezy! Bet Kanye gets dead annoyed when the shower curtain sticks to his bum.
How often do you find yourself walking into someone’s home and immediately being able to recognize all the IKEA stuff? From Billy bookcases to Ektorp couches to that bargain paper-lantern lamp that everyone seemed to have in their first apartment, the Swedish furnishings giant’s goods are pretty much everywhere. And you aren’t the only one to notice. Savvy entrepreneurs far and wide have jumped on the opportunity to capitalize not only on the company’s widespread success, but also its customers’ yearning to maintain a sense of individuality.Companies that specialize in “IKEA hacking” have been on the rise for a few years now, and it’s grown well beyond just a few aftermarket slipcovers for standard IKEA sofas. Now many companies have a symbiotic partnership that involves everything from creating custom finishes for IKEA built-ins to funky feet for dressers and bookcases. Related on Yahoo Makers: To All You IKEA Hackers Out There — IKEA Wants to HelpThese companies are so dependent upon IKEA’s overwhelming presence, that their business models would be in serious trouble without it. The home superstore has taken issue with the idea of hacking its furniture in the past. But they seem to be coming round to the fact that while many people love their products (or at last the prices), not everyone wants each piece to look just like it did in the catalog.Here are nine companies we love that basically wouldn’t exist without IKEA. (Please find companies listed next to photo slides.)Also on Yahoo Makers: Ikea: Where Relationships Go to Die?Gwyneth vs. Blake vs. Reese: The New Battleground for A-List Stars2 Million Swedes Helped Design This ‘Ideal’ Home: Would You Live in It?Let Yahoo Makers inspire you every day! Join us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr, and Pinterest.