Someone would have to be trying pretty darn hard not to have heard of IKEA in this day and age. IKEA is simply everywhere, selling everything from meatballs to mattresses. But, while it may be famous for its meatballs, it’s even more famous for its assemble-at-home furniture. Yep, IKEA is that shiny happy shop that starts innumerable arguments as families wend their way through its aisles on a packed Sunday afternoon. And that’s before they try to assemble all that furniture at home.
Just follow the instructions. Stop holding the wrong bit. No, no, that’s wrong. Is it really supposed to look like that? Never mind, it looks pretty good like that anyway.
Offering Scandinavian design at prices people can actually afford, it’s no wonder IKEA has become so popular. While it may have started out small in 1943, this Swedish furniture giant now owns and operates 389 stores in 48 countries. Why IKEA? It’s actually an acronym. It takes the first letters of the founder’s name, Ingvar Kamprad, the name of the farm where he grew up, Elmtaryd, and Agunnaryd, his hometown in Småland, southern Sweden. Easy, just like its flat-pack furniture.
Buying IKEA Baby High Chairs
But of course, IKEA sells baby high chairs. IKEA sells almost every type of furniture under the sun, so high chairs were always going to make the cut. Just like all of IKEA’s designs, its baby high chairs are minimalist and modern, helping parents to save money on their baby feeding essentials. Luckily, parents don’t have to go all the way to IKEA to pick up a high chair. They can find everything they need right here, on eBay. Check out eBay’s range to find everything from IKEA high chairs, to baby bibs and baby bottles from some of the best brands in the business.