Watch | IKEA opens museum in remote Swedish village

PUBLISHED ON JUN 10, 2016 04:19 PM IST
Swedish furniture retailer IKEA is opening a museum in the building where the first IKEA store opened in 1958, in remote Swedish village - Almhult. The museum has an exhibition area of 3,500 m2 - the space is divided into themes: 'Our Roots', 'Our Story' and 'Your Stories.' 'Your Stories' features personalised iconic IKEA products such as BILLY bookcase and KLIPPAN sofa. The museum opens on June 30th. The Klippan sofa and Billy bookcase will be among the furniture on display in the IKEA museum which will open to the public later this month.
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Swedish furniture retailer IKEA is opening a museum in the building where the first IKEA store opened in 1958, in remote Swedish village - Almhult. The museum has an exhibition area of 3,500 m2 - the space is divided into themes: 'Our Roots', 'Our Story' and 'Your Stories.' 'Your Stories' features personalised iconic IKEA products such as BILLY bookcase and KLIPPAN sofa. The museum opens on June 30th. The Klippan sofa and Billy bookcase will be among the furniture on display in the IKEA museum which will open to the public later this month.

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