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IKEA Pittsburgh Special Offers

Easy and Quick Meatball Recipes
Having some people over? These fast, easy and hearty meatball snacks will be a hit at your next party!

Click the link below to for a recipe sheet that includes:
Sweet & Sour Party Meatballs
Veggie Meatballs with Chili Sauce and Hummus
Chicken Parmesan Meatball Sandwiches
Resolve to sleep more comfortably
Need a better night's sleep? Here are some tips to sleep more comfortably this year!

When choosing a mattress:
1.Think about what material you want. The two main mattress types are spring mattresses and foam mattresses. While spring mattresses give you nice even support, foam mattresses mold to the shape of your body and absorb the shock of movement, which is great if you sleep with a partner that tosses and turns at night.
2. Establish a budget for your mattress. There are many options for every budget available. If you are just starting out and will be upgrading to a larger bed in a few years, there’s not as much need to invest. No matter your budget level, most mattress at IKEA have a 25 year limited warranty included so your mattresses will is covered well past the 10 year mark when most experts suggest replacing your mattress.
3. Consider the logistics in your home. Do you have some stairs or a tricky corner to deal with? Many of the mattresses from IKEA come roll packed for easy transport home in your car and up to your bedroom!
3.The best way to choose the right mattress is to grab your partner and go shopping! Test out every mattress in your budget. Makes sure you test the mattress in the position you normally sleep in to make sure that it supports your body evenly. If your test shows that you need a firmer mattress, but you would like a softer feeling bed to settle into, add a pillow top to your mattress so you can get the support you need and the softness you want. Don’t worry, if you bring home your mattress and find it’s not the best choice, IKEA will give you 90 days to exchange it for a different mattress.

If you’re considering a new mattress right now, stop in to try out IKEA’s new line of spring mattresses that will add an element of luxury to your sleeping space at an affordable price.

Choose the right pillow and comforter:
1.Pick your material: down and feather comforters are great options for comfort, but they require some extra care. If you have allergies or will need to wash your comforters and pillows often, down alternative is a better choice.
2. When choosing a main sleeping pillow, consider how you like to sleep. You will need a thinner, softer pillow if you sleep on your back or stomach and a firmer pillow or memory foam pillow if you sleep on your side to support your neck and shoulders. There are pillows available to suit any budget so you are sure to find something that works for you at IKEA.
3. Add a few larger and firmer pillows to your bed for comfort and support when you are propped up reading a book or watching TV.
4. When choosing your comforter consider if you are usually too warm or too cold at night and choose accordingly. You may even find that you want a second comforter for the winter months or just a different, heavier comforter for this time of year.

Now keep the room fresh.
Now that you have chosen what you need to make your room comfortable, you can make it beautiful, too. Once you invest in the perfect comforter, switching your duvet cover and pillow cases is a very small investment to keep your room looking new. When it’s time for a change in the spring simply bring in some new colors to brighten both your room and your mood!
Tips for post holiday organizing
When the holidays are all over, it is time to get organized. If you have a resolution to get organized this year, make a great start with these tips!
Know what you need to organize
Before you shop for storage, take stock of what items you have that need to be stored and plan accordingly for storage solutions!

Totes are not the only way to go!
While totes are great for long term storage (holiday decorations and heavy winter sweaters), they are not ideal for items you need to access every day. Try drawer divider such as
to keep smaller items sorted within drawers.
SKUBB drawer organizers, set of 6


Add more storage to your exisiting closet
Let your exisiting closet work better for your needs! Use the ALGOT rail system to tailor an existing closet to meet your storage needs. Click here to see ALGOT

Use your walls
Use your walls for storage with a style statement. For example, magnetic rails are perfect for keeping scissors and small sewing supplies or even your keys within easy reach. Try the FINTORP magnetic rail

Store items where you use them
If, no matter how much shoe storage you have in your bedrooms, you are always tripping over shoes in the living room, create a storage space there, where your family naturally wants to take them off! A storage ottoman is a great solution and also provides extra seating and a place to rest your feet. Try the KIVIK foot stool with storage starting at

Creat a storage space for extra activities
If the kids play with toys and do homework in the living or dining room or you entertain in your basement family room, create a place to store toys, papers, napkins and drinkware in these spaces. KALLAX is a great solution for toys and papers: View KALLAX and BESTA is customizable for extra storage in the family or dining room: View BESTA