The furniture giant is piloting a program in the U.S. aimed at keeping its furniture in circulation rather than in the landfill.
Catalogs can grab people’s attention, if only for a moment.
They're the "supporting actress waiting in the wings," says the BBC's Helene Schumacher.
How the furniture giant is able to lower prices over time.
Can a company built on selling stuff help Americans achieve sustainable, happy lives?
Ikea's recall of tens of millions of dressers got us wondering.
The Swedish furniture maker Ikea increasingly relies on CGI -- computer-generated imagery -- to "make" the items in its catalog. It's enough to raise the question of whether computer graphics could ever replace people in the fashion photography business.