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Woman Discovers Secret 'Infinity' Room In IKEA

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Woman Discovers Secret 'Infinity' Room In IKEA

A TikToker took a trip to IKEA and filmed inside the secret 'infinity' room - and it looks spectacular.

Watch the clip below:

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TikTok user @anj0banj0 said the room, which can be explored at IKEA's Greenwich branch in southeast London, was "such a fun adventure".

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"This is your sign to find the secret infinity room in IKEA," she said in the video.

Mission accepted!

The room couldn't be more different from the other home-inspired sets at IKEA. As much as we love the cosy living rooms and stylish kitchens, the 'infinity' room is not one to miss.

The secret room can be found only at IKEA Greenwich (Credit: Alamy)
The secret room can be found only at IKEA Greenwich (Credit: Alamy)
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The short clip has been viewed more than 280,000 times and has accumulated more than 25,000 likes and just under 500 comments.

And judging by the comments, it seems the UK's most sustainable retail space is set to have a lot more visitors on a quest to find the hidden space.

"Went to the Greenwich IKEA soooo many times and never saw this," said one commenter.

IKEA Greenwich opened in 2019 (Credit: Alamy)
IKEA Greenwich opened in 2019 (Credit: Alamy)
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Another person, who previously visited the room, shared: "we love this room, going there every time".

A third TikTok user joked: "I work for IKEA and I didn’t even know about this…"

We have to visit ASAP!

In other IKEA news, a couple have revealed last month how they saved £5,000 building their own walk in wardrobe by using IKEA units.

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Megan Righelato, 25, and Chris Forshaw, 27, from Stansted, found quotes online for a whopping £6,000, but managed to spend just £1,000 making the wardrobe themselves using IKEA units.

That's what you call a bargain!

The couple moved into their four-bedroom home in October 2020 and began renovating straight away. The wardrobe took 12 weeks to complete and consists of hanging space, drawers, a full length mirror, vanity desk and plenty of storage space.

You can see their walk in wardrobe here.

Featured Image Credit: @anj0banj0/TikTok

Topics: Shopping, Life

Gregory Robinson
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