IKEA

Personally, I can think of plenty of other things to make me feel happier. But, being British, they usually depend on the weather: gardening, relaxing with family, enjoying a barbeque. If it's raining, I might finally get round to making the conservatory hygge for winter.
You understand that this kid has made waiting an art form. And you cannot fail to note that the conclusive point somewhere in the future - the dental appointment, the dinner, the place that man just has to be - is in fact nowhere at all.
Yes to fairy lights 🙌
Complaining about the lack of sun during the summertime is a national pastime for Brits, while our love of Pimms and garden
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3. It gives you the confidence to say things like ‘we should really knock down that partition wall’.  8. It is big enough
A bank holiday is upon us which means one thing for cohabiting couples: a trip to Ikea. While this always sounds like a good