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The tool on the IKEA website allows you to design your own furniture. In social networks come up with strange and expensive sofas

From soft labyrinths for a million rubles to a padded stool, “cells”.

The tool on the IKEA website allows you to design your own furniture. In social networks come up with strange and expensive sofas

The IKEA website offers tools for interior planning and furniture design. They are made for customers who want to create the perfect kitchen or choose a wardrobe for the room.

One of the “online planners” allows you to make sofas – this editor has much less restrictions than the others, so you can create almost anything in it. Twitter user @rudermensch published his “incredibly powerful” creation, and soon in the responses he gathered up a dozen equally strange options.

https://twitter.com/rudermensch/status/1142181758026182656

Thank you “Ikea” for the most powerful sofa for 15 thousand dollars (about 975 thousand rubles)

Lovers of sofas, who tried the Ikea tool, had different results: from intricate labyrinths and closed spaces that are impossible to lie down, to references to video games. In the answers, users assumed that the resulting sofas were madein Minecraft, and also compared them with figures from Tetris.

There are two types of people. Some will go to the center, others will jump

Sorry (referring to Loss )

Here is my (another reference to the Loss Meme)

Divanopticum (reference to panopticon )

I saw your sofa and present it to your attention

D & B A N

Look at this sofa fortress with a drawbridge, which my neighbor and I did a few months ago for a very low price of 3925 pounds (about 314 thousand rubles)
Present it to you

I am glad that I can finally buy my Pak-sofa of a dream for a low price of 1800 dollars (about 117 thousand rubles). Thanks, IKEA!

Cell

I like the maze too

After the tweet @rudermensch gained popularity, he launched a fundraising for a “normal” sofa for $ 500 (about 32 thousand rubles), and not for an “Ikei monster”. At the time of writing, he donated $ 50.

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