The issue has been spotted in the UK and Australia
The Swedish furniture giant lost the dispute to PT Ratania Khatulistiwa, an Indonesian rattan furniture company
The world’s largest furniture retailer, has been encouraging its customers to adopt a more sustainable way of life
The Swedish retailer has urged customers to bring back the Lattjo drum sticks or Lattjo tongue drum recommended for six year old children
The huts are being used by aid agencies and to house desperate families in Europe, the Middle East and Africa
The store would be used as an “order-and-collection”
The toys can be bought for as little as £4 from Ikea stores and the website
A text, a call. Nothing. And, alas, Robert Epstein's phone had died
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Swedish furniture giant says customers 'want to live more sustainably'
Book claims thrifty furniture billionaire battled to retain control but was finally defeated
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.
Activist says company 'supports occupation' and the Palestinian Authority is violating its own laws by allowing store opening to go ahead
The digital age was meant to put an end to paper, but a new Ikea boutique shows that we can’t get enough of it, writes Kate Burt
It’s been a rocky month for Ikea. The flat-packer’s flat-packer-in-chief – founder Ingvar Kamprad – left the company at the beginning of the month, a few days after British customers had been complaining in their droves (well, 50) about the firm’s spooky gnome advert.
Middle-class problems: Ikea furniture