Though IKEA, that behemoth of Swedish design with the yellow-and-blue logo, might now (in the U.S. at least) be often associated with dorm-room decor and first homes, any design enthusiast knows that the company has serious design roots. In fact, it’s what sets it apart from many more imitation-prone competitors—and, no doubt, what makes it a perpetual favorite for budget and high-end designers alike.

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