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IKEA Ontario Stores Are Closed During The Stay-At-Home Order

On Thursday, IKEA stores across Ontario announced that they would be closing their doors to in-person shopping. 

The move comes as the province enters a stay-at-home order that only allows in-person sales of essential goods. 

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However, the company revealed that there will still be ways that you can get your hands on their products. 

IKEA is offering socially distanced services, including Curbside Click & Collect, Remote Planning Services and Delivery.

"We thank customers for their understanding as we navigate this situation with caution. We look forward to welcoming the local community back to store locations soon," IKEA North York said in a statement.

IKEA Canada launched its first design studio in Oshawa earlier this month, and now people in the GTA will have one more spot to get their Swedish furniture fix.

The design studio will allow customers to order "complex home furnishing systems for the kitchen, bath, bedroom and living room by scheduling one-on-one planning sessions with a trained IKEA design expert or via a self-service planning station in a dedicated studio space," according to a press release.

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