How to Survive The Ikea Shopping Trip – My Guide, and Yes it Includes Meatballs!
I love interior design. I adore art. I love beautiful things and want to be surrounded by them. Sadly my budget doesn’t always match my aspirations.
Over the years I’ve lived in rented one room apartments, mortgaged victorian terraces and larger ex-council properties. Whilst renovating my various homes over the years, I’ve made no end of mistakes, some more costly than others. I’ve learned by them.
Let me help with a few tips to keep you safe and sane.
They may just save you from making those time consuming or expensive mistakes.
The best friend of the interior designer on a budget is Ikea. Can you believe it’s nearly 30 years since they opened their first UK store? I’m a self confessed addict. It started with a mutual love of wood and candles and has developed over the years as we’ve both aged and matured.
I use Ikea alongside salvage yards and junk shops to bring the rooms to life and make them my own.
Here’s how I do it…