IKEA says it is urging customers who have the GUNGGUNG children’s swing to immediately return it due to a fall hazard that poses a risk of serious injury to children.
The two-year, $5-million renovation doubles the agency’s capacity to house teenage mothers, while providing support services such as job training and parenting classes.
The company announced the recall on its website, which applies to the IKEA SMILA wall-mounted lamps.
This October, check out Philly’s vibrant design scene at DesignPhiladelphia, featuring over a week of workshops, conferences, installations, exhibits and more.
Philadelphia police are searching for a man and a woman who they say allegedly stole credit cards from a vehicle parked outside the Ikea Furniture Store in South Philadelphia.
IKEA announced a voluntary recall of SNIGLAR cribs due to mattress support collapse. For additional information, contact IKEA toll-free at (888) 966-4532 anytime, or visit their website.
For more information on the IKEA mug recall, visit: http://www.cpsc.gov/cpscpub/prerel/prhtml11/11105.html?tab=recalls
By Jim Donovan: IKEA is no longer stocking or selling incandescent light bulbs in its U.S. stores, instead offering longer-lasting and energy-efficient bulbs. The retailer began phasing out the sale of the light bulbs in […]
Home decor and furniture company Ikea is no longer stocking or selling incandescent light bulbs in its US stores, instead offering longer-lasting and energy-efficient bulbs.