October 14, 2011

breakfast at ikea


I started my day with breakfast at IKEA.  
I love the old-style cafeteria format.  

It's so easy and fast, and kind of nostalgic.


Table by the window to enjoy my 
Spinach and Cheese Crepes,  
Potato Broccoli cakes 
and a really good cup of coffee (only 50 cents)

The dining room was sunny and so quiet. 
It was really nice to enjoy a little peace 
after getting the kids off to school.


And, now on to shopping...


They have some interesting graphic fabrics.


I need to find a spot in my house for 
one of these clear acrylic chairs.


So cool.


I'm thinking about this bed for one of my teenagers.

 He's outgrown his twin, 
and this bed frame has hidden 
storage in the headboard.


I have to see if these pull-out shoe holders 
would somehow fit into my closet system.  

They're a real space saver.   


They have an awesome kitchen section.  

Only $2.99 for a milk frother ...
Perfect for my morning cappuccinos


Gotta love Audrey!


Ooooh, a new item...
hmm, Mirror, Mirror on the wall, 
who's the fairest one of all?  

I might need one of these for my castle!  


ciao! fabiana

18 comments:

Laura said...

What a wonderful day!
The closest IKEA to me is 6 hours away.
I love that mirror too!

Laura
White Spray Paint

Shabby chic Sandy said...

I love Ikea! They are more modern than I usually like but I have thier ectrop furniture and I love the blossom looking light, thats in my sunroom.

Anne said...

Ikea only opened over here last year! Could spend the whole day going around it! Love the huge range they have. Enjoy your weekend:)
~Anne

Cathy said...

We love to eat at IKEA! so fun and it's practically free!

The Rosegarden in Malevik said...

Well......I have heard abou IKEA :)
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24 Corners said...

Your IKEA is s much more glam than ours! I always love their food though...I wonder if they all serve the same?
That pull out shoe rack is fantastic, we haven't done a thing to our closets yet...I think IKEA will be helping us to remedy that issue in the hopefully near future.
Have a lovely weekend Fabiana!
xo J~

The Tablescaper said...

such a fun shopping trip. Hope you'll bring your post to Seasonal Sundays.

- The Tablescaper

Stephanie said...

I HAVE GOT TO GO TO IKEA ASAP! The closest Ikea is in Houston but as soon as I get a chance I must go! It looks like you had a fantastic time - I'm so jealous! :)

Hope you had a great weekend! XOXO, Stephanie @ Blonde Highlights

annechovie said...

I love IKEA! Hope your week is terrific! xx

Debbiedoo's blogging and blabbing said...

I have never eaten at Ikea, however I hear those little meatballs are the best. Thanks for sharing.

Chris said...

Hi Fabiana, I wish we had an IKEA where I live. Sound like it's one of your favourite places. I found and am following your blog through Debbie's New by Party and hope to visit more often. Please visit me at mine. I would love to have you. Hugs, Chris

Honey at 2805 said...

What a great day at Ikea! The store in my area is just too far away to make the trip, unfortunately.

Thanks for linking to Potpourri Friday. Your appreciated.

Giusy Manzella said...

I love IKEA!!! In my blog talk about IKEA too!!!

http://www.cheapandglamour.com/

Kerri @OhMann! said...

I have never been to the real IKEA - only catalogue...I am jealous!! :)

The Tablescaper said...

So happy that you chose to be a part of Seasonal Sundays.

- The Tablescaper

abeachcottage said...

Ikea is a lovely place to be in :) Thanks so much for sharing at Beach Cottage Good Life Wednesdays.

ourlifeinaclick.blogspot.com said...

I love Ikea!! Especially shopping by myself! Love the cafe too.

My daughter has the shoe organizer. It's so cool!

I just bought the milk frother too. Love it.

Sherry said...

Thank you for joining me at HSH Fall Open House! I'm late getting around, last week internet troubles.:)
Sherry



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