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 89-99
  • Escena Palm Springs: SoCal's first modern tract houses in decades

    Escena Palm Springs: SoCal's first modern tract houses in decades
    Architect Anthony Poon and developer Andrew Adler open a wire-bound inspiration notebook to a page with a series of images. The first shows an iPhone with the word “minimal” underneath. The second shows a streamlined sofa labeled “...
  • Summer crayfish festival at IKEA stores Aug. 16: Wear a funny hat

    Summer crayfish festival at IKEA stores Aug. 16: Wear a funny hat
    Every summer, I regret the loss of the Swedish restaurant Gustaf Anders in Costa Mesa and its annual crayfish festival. Not to mention the Princess cake draped in pale green marzipan.  It won’t be the same, but here’s the thing: It’s...
  •  

     
     
     
  • Designer Vanessa De Vargas redecorates Venice bungalow for $4,000

    Vanessa De Vargas of Turquoise Interior Design has decorated and redecorated her tiny 500-square-foot bungalow in Venice in a variety of themes during the last 15 years. When she was going through "a dark phase," she painted the walls steel gray and...
  • Red Chair Affair previews upcoming Orlando arts season

     Red Chair Affair previews upcoming Orlando arts season
    It's time once again for the Red Chair Affair, presented by the Arts and Cultural Alliance of Central Florida. That means summer is truly on the way out, and the arts season is about to kick into high gear. Why "Red Chair" Affair? Because traditionally,...
  • Readers want to know about deals, bargains and more

    Readers want to know about deals, bargains and more
    Readers commonly write in to ask questions or offer advice in response to Savvy Shopper articles. I love hearing from you. This is a grab-bag of inquiries posted by Savvy Shopper readers. Have your own question? Email npaitsel@dailypress.com or post...
  • What has your child taught you?

    What has your child taught you?
    I always say that when I was growing up I didn't play with enough blocks. That is my usual excuse for not being able to assemble pretty much anything, including Legos. But I am learning: from my son. Part of being a good parent is playing with...
  • Dr. Phillips Center preps for final theater

    Dr. Phillips Center preps for final theater
    Anyone who has struggled putting together an IKEA bookcase can sympathize with Doug Spencer and Jess Corrigan. The men are leading an extensive review of thousands of documents, diagrams and drawings of the final theater for Orlando's new performing-...
  • Father urges focus on learning ability, not disabilities

    Father urges focus on learning ability, not disabilities
    Trent Stroup is a man of action. Two years ago, when the Towson-area father of three saw that his then 7-year-old daughter Addie was regressing significantly in the community public school she attended, he didn't waste any time acting. Addie,...
  • Retail Therapy: Leave room for New Year's Eve meal deals

    Shop early: Tip: The Container Store at South Coast Metro probably will begin its annual floor sample sale on Elfa closet shelving and storage beginning Christmas Eve. Floor samples go quickly, so head over soon for the best selection. Information:...
  • Kalashnikov Would Rather Have Made Farm Tools

    Mikhail Kalashnikov, who died last week at 94, once designed and built a lawnmower for his own use: Mass-produced mowers weren't available in the Soviet Union. Oh, and he also designed the world's most widely used assault rifle. A lot of the encomiums...