I finally got a chance to go to Ikea. I’ve got good news and bad news.

The good news is that the furniture is mostly made in Europe. Apart from a few chairs, what I saw was Made in Romania, Made in Poland, Made in Italy, Made in Lithuania, and even Made in Germany!

The crockery, the pots and pans are made in Italy, Spain. The dishes, pots and pans are made in Italy, Spain, etc.

On the other hand, decorative items, stuffed animals, sheets, etc., you have to be careful because they come from Asia!

Here an overview of “good” products:

Here the “bad” products:

Basically, you can equip from Ikea, but be careful with chairs and decorative items, linens and carpets. For these things, look elsewhere!

Furnitures, dishes: go for Ikea!

Grüne Erde

The benchmark brand par excellence!

The furniture is made in Austria from A to Z, and is environmentally responsible too! The design is modern, the furniture comfortable. 

Clear verdict! Go for it!

Liv’in Möbel

LIV’IN is the young furniture brand! This brand offers quality products

… for every taste

… in every style. But is all this also Made in Europe?

According to the seller, all Liv’in furniture is made in Europe.

Gutmann Factory

A modern and comfortable sofa.

Caution is required. Gutmann Factory is not a manufacturer, contrary to what the name promises, but a middleman. The goods come from different countries: Germany, Poland, India, etc.

Always ask the seller where the furniture was made.