IKEA is a world’s largest furniture retailer. It designs and sells ready-to-assemble furniture, appliances and home accessories.The IKEA mission is to create a better everyday life for the people.
IKEA has dedicated designer team to maintain its design standards of quality while keeping them affordable.It is achieved by combining function, quality, design and value - always with sustainability in mind. They have an extensive range of outdoor furniture,lighting,bathroom storage,Baby & children products, beds & mattresses,kitchen cabinets & appliances,Sofas & armchairs,tools & fittings,textiles & rugs.If you get tired of going through their store, you can treat yourself to a delicious meal at the IKEA restaurant that serves local cuisine.
If you are an enthusiastic shopper, you must not miss the Hot Deals section that offers amazing offers including cashbacks on a large range of products. You can get great deals on IKEA furniture! Browse here for IKEA opening hours and IKEA stores!
The origins of IKEA
IKEA was founded in Sweden in 1943 by Ingvar Kamprad. IKEA has its Head Office at Delft, Netherlands.As of March 2016, IKEA owns and operates 384 stores in 48 countries. IKEA is known for its attention to cost control, operational details, and continuous product development, corporate attributes that allowed IKEA to lower its prices and also its interior design work is often associated with an eco-friendly simplicity. IKEA is one of the main stores dealing in furnitures in Australia. The store operates from more than 10 stores in Australia itself. See IKEA trading hours on their website!
Interesting facts about IKEA
The largest store in the Southern Hemisphere is located in Tempe, Sydney with a total area of 420,000 sq ft.
The IKEA name combines the initials of IKEA founder, Ingvar Kamprad, (IK) with the first letters from the names of the farm and village where he grew up - Elmtaryd and Agunnaryd (EA).
There were over 1.9 billion visitors to IKEA's websites in the year 2015
The IKEA Social Initiative is committed to create substantial and lasting change by funding holistic, long-term programmes in some of the world’s poorest communities that address children’s fundamental needs like home, health,education and a sustainable family income.