Ikea is basically divided into three main areas, as of all Ikeas around the world. The areas being the showroom, the marketplace, and the restaurant. The showroom is where shoppers can experience each and every products in Ikea. Selections are then made and their locations written down on a piece of leaflet provided. The marketplace is a huge depot where all the products are located. The shoppers will have to collect their desired products at its specific locations. And finally, the restaurant are pretty much self-explanatory. It’s where hungry and thirsty people go to have their body replenished.
Alright, to start off, don’t forget to take that little piece of information leaflet and a pencil. If you miss them at the entrance, there’s lots more in around the store. It’s very handy for us to jot down products’ locations, prices, quantities, and also make additional notes if necessary.
You can “borrow” the yellow bags to place their items in. It’s their alternative to a shopping cart on the Showroom level.
I love this part. You can actually create your own table by choosing your preferred table top and the legs.
Very flexible. It’s all your choice!
One of the many office settings in Ikea. I’ll build myself a home office one day using Ikea furnitures. They look awesomelly great!
Then, some bedroom furnitures…
Sultan sleep on these mattresses, and I tell ya, once you sleep on them, you don’t feel like waking up in the morning! They’re too comfy.
and into the kitchen…
Kitchen components are available as well. Ikea allows you to mix and match their products and it gives that flexibility advantage to shoppers.
End of the day, shopping experience in Ikea is fantastic. The ambience is cool, and their product designs are really eye-catching and creative, no doubt about that.