IKEA Will Soon Be Opening Second-Hand Furniture Stores

IKEA might have just come up with the greatest store design for their furniture because the furniture retailer will soon be opening second-hand furniture in some of its new stores, according to Fast Company.

Now buying used IKEA furniture isn’t a new thing because there has always been a small section of pre-built/returned/broken furniture near the checkout lanes at most IKEAs, but now you’ll be able to buy refurbished furniture that has already been built.

The second-hand stores are first opening in Sweden and is part of IKEA’s plan to become fully “circular” by 2020 and the best part is that furniture will sell for cheap!