Armed with my paper ruler and pencil, IKEA was the most obvious option. However faster then you can say "Swedish meatball" I was attempting "IKEA suicide".
Everything was so uninspiring. I went home irritated by my Sunday wasted (and once assembled, a crooked lamp to show for my efforts) until I stumbled across IKEA Hackers. The website is designed to share peoples customised furnishings of popular IKEA products referred to as 'hacks'. I'm already thinking the lamp may be salvaged thanks to the awesome gold leaf 'hack' posted this month.
With my hope semi-restored came the blog of the week which I know we have role played in some way/shape or form: "playing house" in IKEA. Photographer Christian Gideon wondered the same thing with two of his mates, mainly what it would be like to move into IKEA for the weekend. So they not only hacked, but moved in. Enjoy.
|Faith restored in IKEA (only via this blog for the time being)|