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4 Things to Always Buy at IKEA (and 3 to Skip)

PureWow Logo By letters@purewow.com (Grace Beuley Hunt) of PureWow | Slide 2 of 7: <p>Many, many IKEA pieces are truly suited to a beginner's DIY skills. But dressers, with their large scale and jillion moving parts, are a task best left to craftsmen, if you ask us. (When our sorry skills tried to put our last dresser together, it kinda looked <a href="http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-ZL2CP_kjqUU/UJ1w2t3TLkI/AAAAAAAAFUU/lii2MioHgww/s1600/hemnesdresser.jpg">like this</a> 24 hours later.) P.S. Some of IKEA's dresser lines have even been discontinued due to their propensity toward falling over.</p>

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Many, many IKEA pieces are truly suited to a beginner's DIY skills. But dressers, with their large scale and jillion moving parts, are a task best left to craftsmen, if you ask us. (When our sorry skills tried to put our last dresser together, it kinda looked like this 24 hours later.) P.S. Some of IKEA's dresser lines have even been discontinued due to their propensity toward falling over.

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