6 Things Under $17 You Need From IKEA Halifax

Halifax. It is nearly time. We are getting the call to the Majors. We have done our time, and now, we get to reap the benefits. Yes, our IKEA is about to open. To celebrate this momentous occasion, I looked through the IKEA Catalog and found the six greatest things you need to buy. Some are neat. Some are tacky. And all of them are under $17.

Go withdraw $102 (plus HST) and get ready to roll. We have värdelösa saker to buy.

A colander from Ikea

KLOCKRENMade entirely of silicon, this colander collapses and nicely fits small spaces. It is super-chic muted grey colour goes well in both a modern kitchen and one with a more retro feel. Also, if you do not know how to use a colander like me, it doubles as a strainer. $7.99 CAD

A squeegee from Ikea

LILLNAGGENThis is a rich people toy, and it can be yours on the cheap! The Lillnaggen is entirely useless and replaces only paper towel in your shower cleaning kit. That said, guests will surely be impressed when they see it hanging your bathroom, as it acts as a testament to how much you care about the overall cleanliness of your shower. Moreover, if by some chance you need to make some extra cash, this Lillnaggen can double as your squeegee at red lights. $1.99 CAD

A butterfly decoration from Ikea

BJÖRNAMOI am not sure if björnamo is ‘butterfly’ in Swedish or the name of an individual species. This two-tone wall decoration will remind you of simpler times of your childhood and will invoke a sense of calm throughout your living space. If you are feeling overly ambitious, buy a few and make a whole kaleidoscope. $14.99 CAD

An artificial plant from Ikea

FEJKA — Finally, a plant that lives up to all of our unrealistic expectations. This circular plant looks like a goal post in Quidditch and can be used as a target for bottle caps or as part of a drone obstacle course. The best part of the plant is that it is artificial, so it will not die. Take the money you would have spent on a plant babysitter and buy another Fejka. $9.99 CAD

A french press coffee maker from Ikea

UPPHETTAUpphetta must be Swedish for knock-off Bodum french press. That is okay though because for an affordable $9.99 you can have a profound and full tasting pot of coffee. The size of the container makes the perfect amount to last a coffee addict an entire morning.While you are at it, pick up some PÅTÅR espresso beans and revel in how good the coffee tastes. $9.99 CAD

A floor lamp from Ikea

LERSTAThis is perhaps the tallest thing you can buy for under $17. The Lersta is an impressive feature for your living room, acting as a guardian while keeping watch over you and your loved ones. And if you are not into personifying your furniture, it is merely a nifty deal for under twenty bucks. $14.99 CAD