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For your convenience, we have included the IKEA Catalogue in Bulgarian here.If you would like to order from the catalogue, our order form can be found by clicking HERE. As always, if you need any assistance, please do not hesitate to call us on 96 647 0770.

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Click on the catalogue page to zoom in on the product you wish to view. To navigate around the catalogue, you will see arrows to the left and to the right. Clicking on these will turn the pages, either forward, or backwards. At the top of the IKEA Catalogue, you will see an arrow pointing downwards. Clicking on this opens a ‘quick navigation’ area. To the left you will see a small circle on a line. Click on this with the left mouse button and hold and drag to the right or left. This will quickly take you to the page which opens in a thumbnail box under the line. Underneath the title you will also see an arrow pointing down and to the right. This opens the catalogue pages in thumbnail format which also helps navigate to the page you require.

IKEA have also provided a handy search box so if you know the product number or title, it will take you straight to where you want to go. The two greyed boxes are a very useful feature. They show the other catalogues that IKEA produce, for their various departments such as IKEA Bedroom furniture, the IKEA Besta range, The IKEA Kitchen range and the IKEA Bathroom range.

IKEA CATALOGUE IN BULGARIAN

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