BY IKEA #1 in Home Stores

4.6 out of 5 stars
  • 5 Stars69%
  • 4 Stars24%
  • 3 Stars6%
  • 2 Stars1%
  • 1 Star0%

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  • "IKEA is a great place to shop for new and exciting furniture.I have bought numerous items for my kitchen and my bathroom." in 84 reviews
  • "Ikea's stuff is generally good quality and reasonably priced, although I do feel as if some of it is a bit marked up for what it is." in 83 reviews
  • "It is great for various home decor items- i have lamps, rugs, shelving units, frames, etc., and they have all lasted a long time." in 63 reviews
  • "It can be kind of confusing and overwhelming the first time you go in but once you get the hang of it you will fall in love." in 53 reviews
  • "I can spend hours walking through the store not only to purchase more items to decorate or furnish my house but also to gain inpiration and ideas to decorate more efficiently." in 51 reviews
Kirsten S.
Mc Farland, WI
83 reviews
IKEA is my favorite place to shop for furniture! I love their stuff and it’s always very affordable. I only go when i have 3 hours to spare because I always want to stay and look around. I wish there was one closer to me!
Kristen Z.
Whitehall, PA
191 reviews
I love ikeas products. They are always so reasonably priced and they have amazing decor.
Brittani C.
Temple Hills, MD
40 reviews
The quality can be hit or miss, and I am sometimes missing pieces. The staff is knowledgeable, and the store well organized. I definitely recommend this store if you’re on a budget, but do keep in mind you may need to replace some items within a few years.
Melinda S.
Clarksburg, WV
41 reviews
Luv going her and luv how they have the rooms set up! I need them to decorate my house
Emily L.
43 reviews
Ikea is a great place to find nice looking inexpensive items. The building process also isn’t as difficult as it’s made out to be. Everything I’ve gotten has been easy to put together and I recommend it to anyone getting a new living space or even just sprucing up their old ones.
Jenny Y.
24 reviews
When IKEA opened in Brooklyn, it was amazing. Everyone was so excited since the next closest IKEA was in NJ and no one wants to pay a toll. Their meatballs were delicious, and a visit to IKEA was a social activity. You didn’t need anything but you could make a day out of it. The quality has since declined - the meatballs have gotten smaller, don’t taste as great, and is no longer something you “crave”. Most people know that IKEA is set up as a maze - basically they make it So you have to pass through their entire showroom basically in order to get out (though there are some “shortcut” paths that allow you to get to the exit faster. There are some small items that you can pick up from the showrooms to purchase directly, but for most items, you have to go downstairs to the warehouse part to find.. you have to locate the aisle and bin number, and sometimes items are not where they’re supposed to be. Shopping at IKEA can definitely be a process. IKEA has everything you could need, but of course is known to have less than amazing quality.. but everything is very affordable which is perfect for college students or young adults who only plan on using the items temporarily. Most of their “wood” is not real solid wood, but processed wood chips or wood lined. They’re also notorious for being a pain to put together, with way too many parts and steps. After my husband and I purchased our first house, we wanted to get some “quality” furniture, which we did from Raymour, but we still have some IKEA stuff. I do like how simplistic IKEA designs are. We have their plain brown coffee table (basically a dark brown rectangle wooden table) and their bookshelf with the square boxes (which is great for displaying different things). My husband got a cheap carpet for our dog to lie on without consulting me (the last IKEA carpet we had fell apart - white powdery stuff kept shedding from the bottom of the carpet and made an incredible mess. We also have the dog butt/tail hooks from IKEA which we haven’t installed yet, but they’re adorable. We also have the wooden patio bistro set which is very cute. Not weatherproof, so we can’t leave it out which is annoying, so we’ll have to figure out how to proof it. We’ve gotten lots of stuff through IKEA through the year. Not everything is the best quality but they’re usually not completely awful and for the price, they’re usually worth their lifespan. Their clearance/as-is section is usually junk - things that are severely scratched or broken and never priced low enough to make the level of crappiness worth it. Also could always go for an IKEA froyo ice cream cone or cinnamon bun.
Anne A.
83 reviews
If your looking for a quick few pieces either for your dorm room. Or to a sofa bed. Ikea is the place. You will find some affordable items there.
Angiee G.
146 reviews
Decent prices, decent choices, decent variety, decent shows rooms and cheap food. I could spend hours here
Julian B.
Mobile, AL
56 reviews
Going through the store is fun and the layouts make it easy to tell what products will actually look like in your room. The food area is wonderful after walking through the store
Odlanier C.
37 reviews
I love IKEA and the variety of products that they have. I love their style and their prices. It’s easy to find and buy products.
Giuliana S.
Ft Lauderdale, FL
3 reviews
What's ypur favorite department to shop for at Ikea? I'd have to say bedroom and living room!
Leslie T.
Spartanburg, SC
342 reviews
Anyone ever try the restaurant?
Destiny w.
Virginia Bch, VA
23 reviews
I heard ikea furniture doesn't last is this true?
Susan W.
50 reviews
There are no IKEA stores around me-is it worth a 4-5 hour drive?
Jessica K.
228 reviews
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