It's finally happened—Swedish furniture retailer Ikea has reached enough of a cult status that it will get its own museum, located on the site of its very first store in Almhult, Sweden, according to Entertainment Design blog. Set to open in the fall of 2015, the museum will feature both permanent and temporary exhibits, including one permanent display dedicated to its two longest-running items—the Billy bookcase and the Klippan sofa—and an inn, for ... Freemium Content

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