IKEA's far-out furniture for the 1960s, nothing new to report
Plenty of us tend to consider IKEA to be a fairly modern blight on furniture aesthetics - in fact the first store opened its doors in Sweden in 1958. But what could you expect to buy in IKEA half a century ago? The answer seems to be pretty much the same stuff you can buy now:
This is a page from the 1965 edition of the IKEA catalogue. That bookcase looks strangely familiar. Don't they still stock that?
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