I'm a big fan of IKEA. We've done several kitchens with their cabinets and have bought dressers, bookcases, wall units, chairs, coffee tables and housewares and lighting from IKEA over the years. You do have to know what to look for as far as construction because some of it will not hold up well. Check out the "As Is" department on the lower level for bargains but check carefully for damage first. Service ranges from very good to not very good. The restaurant also ranges from very good to awful (prepared sandwiches and platters are more consistently good than the hot foods, and the desserts are always delish).
Be sure to check out the little Swedish grocery on the lower level past the checkouts.
Parking can be tight during peak hours and the store is usually very busy on weekends and during their two annual sales.