RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

IKEA

A collection of news and information related to IKEA published by this site and its partners.

Top IKEA Articles

Displaying items 45-55
  • 10 tools every apartment tenant should own

    10 tools every apartment tenant should own
    With the luxury of a landlord to call when something needs fixing, apartment living doesn't exactly require the level of handiness you'll need as a full-blown homeowner. "There are tons of tools that are kind of silly to have as a renter," said Ken...
  • Design basics

    Design basics
    When it comes to decorating your place, the small space and smaller budget you're working with doesn't excuse the souvenir shot glass collection motif you're still rocking from college. Deck out your digs like a grown-up instead with these wallet-friendly...
  • FX's 'The Strain' has creepy, old-fashioned fun with vampires

     FX's 'The Strain' has creepy, old-fashioned fun with vampires
    I found myself yelling a lot at the flat screen while watching the first four episodes of Guillermo del Toro's new horror series, "The Strain," which debuts on FX Sunday night. At first, I thought it a residual reaction from the hours spent watching the...
  • Commentary: Making life better for families will heal fractured city

    Commentary: Making life better for families will heal fractured city
    Make Costa Mesa better for families. In all my public service in Costa Mesa — through five years on the Planning Commission, six years on the City Council and nearly four years on the school board — this has been my goal, the bedrock of my...
  • Labor Day's Meaning Has Evolved, Especially For Younger Workers

    Labor Day's Meaning Has Evolved, Especially For Younger Workers
    Think about the job market and the typical worker. It is, after all, Labor Day. The image you might conjure depends on who you are — whether you work, how you work and how much the workplace has rewarded or punished you. As big companies offer...
  • How to be the coolest wedding guest in the room

    How to be the coolest wedding guest in the room
    I know it's hip these days to hate weddings, the same way you might hate "So You Think You Can Dance," Instagram photos of fried avocado tacos, public Spotify playlists called "me and the bae," and anything else that evokes how beautiful the world is...
  • Film Review: 'Self Made'

    Through a mix-up at a border checkpoint, an Israeli performance artist trades places with a Palestinian suicide bomber in what sounds like a fairly conventional mistaken-identity comedy. But Shira Geffen's "Self Made" manages to surprise at every turn:...
  • Ellicott City couple win home office makeover

    Ellicott City couple win home office makeover
    When Spencer and Katie Perry moved into their four-bedroom Colonial home in Ellicott City this year, they finally had the space they wanted for a home office. But there was one problem: the only furniture they had for the room was a folding plastic...
  • CNET: Affordable replacement LED bulbs

    A new generation of high-efficiency lighting is upon us, and prices have never been lower. Here's a rundown of the bulbs you'll want to keep an eye out for next time you're in the lighting aisle. Cree 60W Replacement LED The good: Cree's flagship 60W...
  • Spending jumps during back-to-college season

    Spending jumps during back-to-college season
    At the Target in Baltimore's Mondawmin Mall, megaphone-shaped "college" signs hang over aisles stocked with must-haves for students living on their own, such as mini-refrigerators, desk lamps and six-packs of ramen noodles. "Back to College" is a well-...
  • All that promise in four little letters: g-r-a-d

    "Grad" might be my favorite four-letter word, which is really saying something, for I traffic in four-letter words — eat them, spew them, chomp them like gum. "Grad" is followed by "oops," "bonk," "ball" and "fall" (the season, not the act of...