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As I am running out of place due to my ever growing collection of games, movies, more games and some more movies, this weekend I went on a little trip to Ikea to hunt down some shelves.

For quite some time now, the lack of space forced me to pile up the movies in a totally unsafe manner. On top of that it's impossible to pull out a movie or game that's on the bottom of the pile. This calls for some new shelves!



Ikea serves you with everything you could ever want. Did you wake up this morning feeling a sudden urge of getting a plastic pig in either red, green or blue? You name it, Ikea has it.



Fancy lamps that always look cool in the store but never fit your interior? They have those too!

Ikea claims to have mastered the simplistic design, and you have to give them that. Nothing more simple than a lamp made of one huge, flat piece of plastic with a white LED inside.



It's impossible to go to Ikea, get what you want and get out. Not if you're with your female partner at least. There's always something to look at and something that's maybe worth having. Maybe someday you'll need a device that can slice up an egg into a star with a push of a single button? You just never know.

Lickily, they serve food inside of the store so you can stop for a second and charge your batteries. Plus you can enjoy the overall school cafeteria feel of the restaurant, complete with plastic trays and everything. What will it be, sir? Chicken filé and fries, please.



After the meal we switch back into the shopping mode. This means more neatly designed furniture, lamps and small gadgets. But wait? Didn't we come here for the shelve? Let's go get it.

It's amazing how Ikea can make you buy fifteen different products just by selling every single thing separately. You want a shelve? You'll need a wooden plank, some screws, some support for the plank and so on. I guess you should be glad they don't make you buy a huge log and all the tools you'll need to carve the thing out by yourself.



I ended up buying not only the shelve but also a pot for my plant, a frying pan, an egg slicer, some napkins, drink straws, potato chips [seriously] and two pillows. And I just wanted a shelve.

P.S. - I shot all the pictures and videos using Nokia N73 mobile phone. I've retouched the photos a bit, adjusting the contrast and saturation, as the N73 photos taken indoors tend to look as if there was smoke in the air. The original videos had a slightly better framerate which got automatically reduced by the software while converting them from *.mp4 format.
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