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  • IKEA reveals people's morning rituals
  • IKEA reveals people's morning rituals
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IKEA reveals people's morning rituals

Although most people’s mornings involve the same routines – showering, getting dressed and eating breakfast – IKEA has found some small distinctions between people across eight major cities. Presented in the 'Life at Home' report, it provides an insight into morning rituals.



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