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Dublin to get an IKEA store
I was stunned by the implications of this little story I just spotted on RTE. It seems Dublin hasn't had an IKEA before. How did you escape the stylish homogenous cheaply produced and easy to assemble look ?
Surely only time will tell. But one thing is certain :- in a very short time most of Dublin will move on from recycled furniture found on the street, MFI tables and built in Telly display units & look exactly the same as everywhere else.