IKEA flat pack furniture is about as close to a universal constant as the furniture world will get. Its reputation for frustrating consumers, fracturing relationships, and occasionally fracturing limbs with ambiguous assembly instructions has paved the way for untold millions of armchair comedians. You'd be hard pressed to find a corner of the earth where someone hasn't heard of the flat-pack monolith. And today, they are reissuing the table that started it all. Originally dubbed "Lövet" (Swedish for Leaf) in 1956, the table will see its second life under the pseudo-Swedish play on words: "Lövbacken" which has all the benefit of sounding like "We're putting the love back in" and more practically, "The leaf is back in". Neither of which it actually says in any language.