If you've ever walked through an IKEA, flopped down on the simple but handsome pine FJELLSE double bed (on sale for only $89.99), and thought, "I should just spend the night here", well, you're in luck. Almost.
At least some Airbnb customers in Australia are; one Sydney-area IKEA invited several of them to spend the night in the store's display rooms. The only cost: an $11 fee.
IKEA posted ads for three rooms on Airbnb and asked potential guests to explain why they should be chosen to stay the night. "This room isn’t a room", one of the Swedish store's listings reads, "It’s a 55 sqm two-bedroom apartment that embodies urban efficiency".
The Scandi slumber party is scheduled for this Sunday night, but as Yahoo points out, IKEA has invited customers to spend the night before; a similar event in 2012 saw 100 fans stay at the store in Essex, UK. Hopefully, they'll offer a similar deal to US customers, but with meatballs!