Ikea

Ikea

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1 Ekgårdsvägen, Stockholm, , Sweden

At just over 594,000 square feet and four levels, the IKEA south of Stockholm in Skarholmen is both the company's first location and largest store in the world. The electric-blue buildings with bright yellow accents (based on Sweden's national colors) are associated with affordable, ready-to-assemble furniture and household goods. The furniture and decorations are modern with simple designs and often make use of solid colors, light wood, and untreated surfaces. IKEA also offers a food line and in-store restaurants based on traditional Swedish foods such as lingonberry jam, boiled potatoes and meatballs, and princess cakes.

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