Yes, in Sweden at least. It's name is SÖDERHAMN and it comes in various shapes such as couch, chaise, armchair... In about 10 colours I think. I think it's gorgeous, too!
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|4/4/13 1:51 PM|
I am a swede, and I think I speak for all of us in this cold little country when I say that we are NOT offended. This post made me laugh, and so does the fact that nobody outside of sweden can pronounce those IKEA-names. We understand that they must sound odd to non-swedes. Actually, some of the IKEA-names are intentionally made to be funny for swedes, too. Although, most IKEA-names are names of swedish towns, villages, rivers and so on. JOKKMOKK, KARLSTAD, KIVIK, STOCKHOLM are towns/cities. LACK means lacquer. GOSA means "to cuddle", and therefore is the name of some of the pillows.
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|2/28/13 11:08 AM|
I find that bathrooms of that age goes well with patterned tile, maybe some kind of moroccan style. That would also steal attention from that floor. With patterned tile I would use classy, neutral textiles like shower curtain and towels in light beige.
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|2/27/13 10:04 AM|