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Here's How to Avail of Rags2Riches' Sewing Services in IKEA Once It Opens

Rags2Riches is IKEA's official sewing services partner

Photography: INSTAGRAM/rags2richesinc

We have previously mentioned how international home improvement brand IKEA has partnered with local enterprise Rags2Riches to produce customized fabric products (you can check out the full story here). In an August 12 Instagram post, Rags2Riches shared how exactly that would work.

Once IKEA opens, you can buy textiles in-store which can be personalized in the Sewing Services Station that R2R artisans will be managing.

From there, you can have anything you wish made—from bedsheets, to curtains, to aprons, to pillow cases, bags, and so much more! You can then either pick up your items or have them delivered.

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You can also let Rags2Riches know what other products you’d like them to add to their list of customs by answering their survey here, which will also give you a 30% discount code for some of their items!

There’s no word yet on when the largest IKEA store in the world will open, but as we’re nearing the last quarter of the year, we’re hoping to hear the announcement of the launch of the online store, which will be followed by the opening of their physical store. In the meantime, find out how huge the IKEA warehouse actually is here

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