Consider yourself warned: An Australian consumer campaign group recently pointed out that a few items listed under the are actually made out of materials that are a majority plastic. And, naturally, customers are not pleased.
One of the pieces under fire is the , which is actually made from a fabric that's 75% polyester, cotton, and polyurethane. Similarly, items from the only feature " areas" made of leather — meanwhile the rest of the design utilizes a material that only looks and feels like leather, but isn't the real thing.
But don't worry, the company is trying to right their wrongs with anyone who felt misled by the site's organization. As IKEA's customer relations manager, Donna Moore, explained to : "If any customers are unhappy with their purchases, they are, of course, welcome to return their products for a full refund."
Moore also said the company believes in being open and transparent about the composition of their products and that customers can find detailed information about the materials of all of their products within the product description on product pages. So if you want to confirm your tush will be enjoying this soft material (and not a copycat!) in the future, don't skip these crucial descriptions before adding items to your cart.