Let the boring couple, KeropokMan and KopiKosongGirl show you around 'Boring' Singapore.
tampines dweller here, enough said, hehe.That's the common reaction to sales: there's frankly nothing you would want to get, but wth, it's a sale, just go grab something~! :P
A 5 minutes d'Evry, il y a un grand Ikea. Je suis de la generation ikea. Il se dit qu'un Européen sur 10 serait conçu dans un lit Ikéa ;o). At 5 minutes of Evry, there is large an Ikea. I am ikea generation. It thinks that an European on 10 would be made in a bed Ikéa ;O).
LOL, Olivier. Used to be 2 IKEAs in Sydney, but they have centralised into one even huger store now. I've got IKEA bits and pieces.
The nearest Ikea to my house is 1/2 an hour journey there.It's worth the trip there though because there are lots of interesting stuff on the way.:)
Only 1 ikea in Malaysia, at Damansara. Not fair for people who stay in other states la... Hope it open like Carrefour or Tesco everywhere.
No, we don't, and I'm after a paper (??) measuring tape they supposedly give away, too. Oh well, the next time I travel to any big city overseas.....
There are not IKEA stores in NYC but there is an outlet in Long Island and one in Elizabeth, NJ. The IKEA in NJ runs a free bus shuttle from Manhattan to the store but it's a hassle to cart things back on the bus.
Yes, there is one in a suburb of Seattle. We also had one near our Berkeley, CA home. This is a wonderful shot, very abstract and creative. Kudos!-Kim
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