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Let’s face it, IKEA, a Swedish-founded company that designs and sells ready-to-assemble furniture, kitchen appliances and home accessories, may be the most popular for DIY home accessories, but the pieces are not the easiest to build. For example, you may need dozens of different types of screws, but since they’re all packaged together, it’s easy to lose a few along the way. One Reddit user found a company that separated all of the parts into individual steps. Read more for another picture and additional information.
As you can see, the steps are clearly labeled, and since the third step doesn’t require any additional hardware, there’s nothing included. That’s right, at least one of the steps only requires you to snap the pieces together. Unfortunately, no other information was provided, nor do we know where this person found the furniture. However, we’d imagine IKEA starting something similar if they get enough positive feedback.