02.07.08 by Jeff

Ikea Brooklyn

Downtown Brooklyn just got a little taste of cheap Swedish furniture and it came in the form of a giant Ikea box! What a great concept!

Found via: Karrie Jacobs













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Is this someone making fun of Ikea or did Ikea put this here?

    BTW, Jeff I tagged you to post on 7 songs, check out my site if you are in the mood.

  • Ikea put it there – they also gave away couches and things to the first customers haha.

    i’m definitely in the mood – ill post up my 7 songs as well!

  • I want to see the inside!

  • helly

    me too!

  • HEY LOL THIS IS GREAT, YIKES!

  • me three!

    ps – if you want an avatar like helly and me – just head over to gravatar.com and type in your email – you can have one in a few seconds.

  • tom

    wonder if they will give that big ass cardboard box to a homeless person. maybe they can have a raffle.

  • haha they totally should





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