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I'd like to refurnish my bedroom with a bed, a desk, a desk chair, and drawer for my clothes. I have absolutely no experience with furniture shopping, but from the looks and prices, IKEA seems like a no-brainer. Is this correct?
post #77 of 78
I've had the same ikea mattress and bed frame for about 4 years. I've actually found it very comfortable with the mattress pad.
Also I've liked the poang chair for comfort. Some of the hemnes line is decent.

I think maybe some of their kitchen/dinner/flat wares are ok to use too.
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Originally Posted by mr.orange View Post

I'd like to refurnish my bedroom with a bed, a desk, a desk chair, and drawer for my clothes. I have absolutely no experience with furniture shopping, but from the looks and prices, IKEA seems like a no-brainer. Is this correct?
If you have a very limited budget, stick to IKEA. If you have some cash to spend, get something that will last you longer, look better and is a piece of craftsmanship.
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