The other night I went to The Home Depot to challenge IKEA. In the process of setting up a home office, I wanted to see if THD can serve me better. Flat packed stuff from IKEA is too obvious. No wonder there are so many IKEA "hacks" out there.
Whether you're hosting in a tiny studio, or heading to dinner at mom's, a few chic touches to the decor never hurt. We rounded up a few clever ideas to help give your holiday table a little more flair. Take a look!
Selling a full-size IKEA mattress that is four years old. I've only slept with four guys in this bed, and that's honestly not that many guys. You should feel bad for me! But in my defense, I've only had the bed for the past three years.
Custom furnishings are perfect (obviously) but pricey and unless you're a buzz saw pro, they don't exactly fit into the DIY category. Fortunately, Homepolish designers are clever, innovative and really good at using power tools.
Recall the stock market crash of 2008: when consumers are afraid, they don't buy products and they don't invest. As the impact of climate change gets worse, consumers may just stop spending. As temperature extremes worsen, they might just stay home.
In the wake of reports that two children died after IKEA dressers tipped over and fell on them, every single parent who has a child needs a reminder that an accident like this could happen to their kid. I know, because it happened to mine.