Native Scandinavian Design

Posted: 1. February 2012 in Uncategorized
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  1. Spaggyj says:

    😆 😆

  2. gdare says:

    😆 :insane:Ikea plans to open a factory in Serbia soon. Wonder if they will come with something similar :insane:

  3. Aqualion says:

    Nice seat too. Norwegian wood.

  4. sanshan says:

    Is that what I think it is?

  5. Stardancer says:

    Considering the "prophecies" for later this year, that might not be a bad investment.:whistle::lol:

  6. Aqualion says:

    Disclaimer: The depicted product is not available in any IKEA store. The image is a work of fiction.

  7. FlaRin says:

    *Now* he tells me, after I took a copy of that pic into the Copenhagen branch and confused (not to say upset) a number of IKEA assistants. They're probably still looking for it in the warehouse 😀

  8. qlue says:

    😆 .Or trying to figure out how to assemble it! :p .

  9. Furie says:

    Originally posted by Aqualion:

    The depicted product is not available in any IKEA store. The image is a work of fiction.

    There's a chance I may have crapped in a kid's toy box…

  10. Aqualion says:

    The poster is genuine, as to be found at IKEA Odense. We go there once in a while, and last time, I saw this poster for some sort of pot or whatever, and inside my head it became a privy bucket, mostly because of the nice wooden rim. I couldn't resist shopping it.

  11. CarloFon says:

    Rocky the cat, at the right, recently just taught himself to pee in the toilet. This will work just fine . :up:

  12. Zaphira says:

    <chuckles> Isn't that actually a container for kitchen stuff…? 🙂

  13. I_ArtMan says:

    7 liters… that's a lot of doo doo. cute photoshop martin. but it should have a lid. then it would sell out here in the u.s. amongst the occupy wall street people. :up:

  14. Aqualion says:

    Originally posted by CarloFon:

    Rocky the cat, at the right, recently just taught himself to pee in the toilet.

    I've heard, they might do that. Very practical. Clever cat.Originally posted by I_ArtMan:

    but it should have a lid.

    I thought about that too, but that would mean too much shopping, and sort of ruin the simplicity of it all.Originally posted by Zaphira:

    Isn't that actually a container for kitchen stuff

    It just said 'Krukke'(jar) on the original poster, and the original volume was 2 liters as far as I remember.

  15. garlingmatthews says:

    I'm going to wait for the version that they'll build into a bed.

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