A text, a call. Nothing. And, alas, Robert Epstein's phone had died
The bed has a slide, a rope and pulley system and a secret chamber with a lookout window
Retailers enjoyed a "spectacular" Christmas, official data showed, with total sales growing at their fastest rate in years.
Suppliers are turning down requests for the exotic meat for fear of depleting the forests
OperaUpClose specialises in bold transpositions, best exemplified by its witty setting of Verdi’s Un ballo in maschera in an IKEA store. For Tosca their writer-director Adam Spreadbury-Maher has effected a different kind of transposition, but one which is entirely logical.
New app for mobile devices combines with a catalogue to place tables and chairs in your front room
Londoner shakes off indifferent 2013 form to electrify 60,000 crowd with T54 mile triumph
The Future Is Here - A New Industrial Revolution is to open at London’s Design Museum. It’s a chance for the public to get up close to new technologies that are as significant to the future of global manufacturing industries as they are popular on Twitter and Youtube.
Middle-class problems: Ikea furniture
The White Queen, Sun, BBC1 // Goodbye Granadalan, Sayt, ITV
Move over Billy bookcases and Kassett CD storage, Ikea is launching, as part of World Refugee Day on 20 June, an unlikely addition to its flat-pack range: a refugee shelter. A mallet will be provided with the instructions.
The retailer is launching 1:15 scale replicas of a sofa, storage unit, table, rug, chair and cushion
Pity the poor folk who invent product names; their lives are about to become very complicated
Ikea is to return its signature dish – horse DNA and all – to its in-store restaurants, and other retailers may follow suit
Ikea launches its seldom seen Stockholm range next month. Trish Lorenz gets a sneak peak
Ikea, the world’s leading flat-pack furniture retailer, has withdrawn chocolate almond cake sold in its stores in 23 countries after it was found to contain sewage bacteria.