IKEA is a magical land of affordable home goods and tasty Swedish food. And it's just gotten a little more magical by cutting at least 20% off and as much as 40% off a selection of its furniture, decor, bedding, kitchen items, and lighting. (Some items are only available to be purchased in-store and are marked as such on the product page. For online items, opt for in-store pickup to avoid shipping costs, which start at $10.) Here are picks for several rooms in your house, so you've got an excuse to make an IKEA run and save money. 7 IKEA Price Drops You Need to Know About Anywhere at All IKEA Billy 3-Shelf Bookcase for $39 ($11 drop) The iconic Billy bookcase has been around for almost 40 years because you can put it anywhere. It can house books in the study, games and movies in the media room, or decorative trinkets in whatever room you like. Buy Now TV Seating IKEA Muren Recliner for $229 ($70 drop) Consider making this your designated Netflix chair. You can choose from three back positions, so you'll stay comfortable when a binge goes all night, and the side pocket keeps the remote handy in case you need to pause for snacks. Buy Now Clear Table, Full Shelf, Can't Lose IKEA Vejmon Coffee Table for $99 ($50 drop) Since a cluttered coffee table isn't pleasant to look at, this genius solution should be standard. The shelf underneath the table holds magazines and coasters so they're right there when you need them, but they don't junk up the tabletop. Buy Now Drawers That Store IKEA Kullen 6-Drawer Dresser for $79 ($21 drop) Look, you know what dressers are for. If you need one, this is at a great price, and the simple design will work with whatever else you've got going on aesthetically. Buy Now Home Work IKEA Alex Desk for $129 ($50 drop) When you need to get things done but can't seem to commit, sitting at a proper desk will help motivate you. It's compact enough to leave your location options open, and the cable management will keep things presentable. Buy Now Cheery Chair IKEA Skruvsta Swivel Chair for $119 ($30 drop) Sure, this chair has optional casters, and its height can be adjusted, but the real draw is the fun print. How can you not be energized when your body is surrounded by a pattern of bright colors? (Sidenote: The care instructions say "do not tumble dry," which makes you wonder who tried such a thing.) Buy Now Great for 8 IKEA Bjursta Extendable Table for $199 ($50 drop) Accommodate everybody who shows up for dinner with this flexible table, which conceals two leaves beneath its surface. Make it big when you're eating, then condense it when you're done so its off-hours footprint won't be unwieldy. Buy Now Readers, what's your favorite thing to order at the IKEA restaurant? Will you be shopping the price drops in-store just so you can have some meatballs? Let us know in the comments! Related DealNews Blog Posts: 10 Things to Buy in August (Including the Best of Back to School!) 5 Items You Can Buy Once (And They'll Last) Should You Upgrade Your Sleep With a Tempur-Pedic or Memory Foam Mattress?