With half-term just around the corner, we want to know what
do-it-together family projects do you have planned for the upcoming
holidays? Are you repurposing an old washing up bowl as a wildlife pond,
building a den , helping the kids to move around ...
Lär dig svenska 3 med IKEA (Translation: Learn Swedish 3 with IKEA) Now
you have got the basics in place, from lesson 1 & lesson 2, lets move
onto some common Swedish words These Swedish words might be helpful if
you go traveling abroad in Sweden. Ja...
Lär dig svenska 2 med IKEA (Translation: Learn Swedish 2 with IKEA) If
you haven't visited our lesson 1 post yet, check it out here The Swedish
digraphs and trigraphs The what and what now? We hear you, but just hear
us out! Digraphs are letter combi...
Lär dig svenska med IKEA (Translation: Learn Swedish with IKEA) We admit
it, a lot of our product names can be tricky to pronounce. So below is
a starter guide to Swedish with a helping hand of a few new words and
phrases. Don't worry native or flue...
Hej everyone! It might not be immediately obvious but a lot of thought
goes into naming IKEA products. Did you know that each category is
actually named after a theme? Rugs are named after towns and cities in
Sweden or Denmark (STOCKHOLM, VESTERBORG,...