I always hear these two questions: When will we get an In 'n' Out? When will we get an IKEA? The first question has already been answered and now I'm just counting down the days. As for IKEA, it looks like we're still tripping it out to Salt Lake City to get our million piece dressers for the time being. Or if you're ok with spending extra, a service called Assembled in Boise will make the trip for you and even put whatever it is together. Honestly, that's a pretty cool option. But the thought of spending extra never sounds good to me. Not to mention you end up with a less than unique aesthetic.

There is, however, a cool spot in Garden City called Boise Vintage you might want to check out. "Specializing in Mid-Century and vintage furnishings," Boise Vintage has "many rare, beautiful, and fun pieces from the 50's, 60's, and 70's." IKEA debuted in the U.S. in 1985 and they just keep coming out with new stuff, so you're definitely not finding cool vintage pieces there.

Just take a look at this living room vibe! Not your average space, that's for sure.

The bummer is that they are only open Saturdays from 12pm to 4pm. That's a small window for busy folks. But if you are interested in any of the pieces they carry you can reach out via their socials any time. Their Facebook page has easy messaging set up as soon as you click on it, so that's the route I'd suggest. Pretty soon your home will be retro chic and everyone will want to know where you got your coffee table. Adult goals if you ask me.

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