The Swedish homewares giant is going to launch a scheme to buy back your unwanted IKEA furniture items in return for vouchers. It goes live next month.
Under the plan, it will offer vouchers worth up to 50% of the original price, to be spent at its stores – the value of the vouchers will depend on the condition of the items they are returning
The “Buy Back” initiative will launch to coincide with Black Friday.
“By making sustainable living more simple and accessible, Ikea hopes that the initiative will help its customers take a stand against excessive consumption this Black Friday and in the years to come,” it said in reference to 27 November, when lots of retailers offer discounts on their products.
Customers must log the item they wish to return and will …
It’s taken four years, but we finally have cupboard doors for one of our bedrooms.
Basically we have a in-built cupboard and needed doors to be made and fitted. We spoke to some carpenters and we looking at about £500 – £600 for a carcass and doors.
So I went online and looked for doors made to size. I found three sites and they were all very helpful giving me information on getting dimensions to them for a quote.
After my research, we had two options: build a carcass and doors or build a frame and doors. We decided on the latter and Mr BH measured up, bought some strip wood and made the frame himself. The wood cost about £20 from B&Q. It really wasn’t hard and I reckon I could have done …