Moving day is quickly approaching and if you're taking part, you'll be needing to make some tough decisions. Furniture is probably the most complicated aspect of the moving process. Much of it is discarded on the side of the street, left to be picked up by kindly passers-by.\nIt's a fact that many of us own IKEA furniture. The inexpensive yet wonderfully designed Swedish do-it-yourself furniture is a signature feature of many bachelor pads, apartments, and dorm rooms.\nThrowing it away is a terrible waste though! I can't even count how many LACK coffee tables I've seen strewn about town this week. But there's no need to throw away IKEA furniture anymore because the retailer offers an incredible sell-back program!\nThat's right! In IKEA's commitment to creating a more sustainable home life, they've begun the IKEA Sell-Back Program, which allows IKEA Family members to submit an application to sell back their furniture for store credit!\nView this post on Instagram Pack it in a PAX. Save 15% on wardrobes until June 9. #IKEA #IKEACanada #storage #wardrobe #bedroomstorage #clothesstorage A post shared by IKEA Canada (@ikeacanada) on Jun 1, 2019 at 11:33am PDT\nFirst of all, you have to sign up for the IKEA Family program. It's totally free to sign up and you'll be able to access exclusive rewards and offers.\nOnce you do that, you can take part in the IKEA Sell-Back Program! It's simple — you take 4 or more photos of the item you'd like to sell and an IKEA representative will assess the value and condition of the piece and send you a response, and finally, you drop off your item and get in-store credit for a new purchase!\nREAD ALSO: Indigo Is Having A Huge Up To 50% Off Summer Sale In Montreal\nView this post on Instagram We’re proud to raise the Pride flag at all our stores across Canada today in recognition of #IDAHOT and in support of the LGBT+ community and people of all orientations and gender identities. ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜 #beyourself A post shared by IKEA Canada (@ikeacanada) on May 17, 2019 at 6:02am PDT\nOnce they refurbish the item, IKEA will put it back into circulation and offer it back to the community. This is a great recycling initiative that will benefit people as well as the planet!\nView this post on Instagram A bed with a built-in fort is what dreams are made of. A post shared by IKEA Canada (@ikeacanada) on Aug 30, 2018 at 7:04am PDT\nIKEA says that by 2030, their ambition is to "inspire and enable more than 1 billion people to live a better everyday life within the limits of the planet."\nFounder Ingvar Kamprad says that he wants IKEA to set a "good example" for a sustainable future. For such a large company, IKEA is one of the leaders in sustainable practices.\nView this post on Instagram We are raising the Pride flag in all our stores in recognition of #IDAHOT. We are committed to an inclusive work environment which stands up for the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and people of all sexual orientations and gender identities. #beyourself A post shared by IKEA Canada (@ikeacanada) on May 17, 2018 at 12:27pm PDT\nTo participate in IKEA's Sell-Back Program, make sure to first sign up to the IKEA Family by clicking here.\nMoving day is coming up fast so act now if you need to get rid of some unwanted furniture!\nFor more information about the IKEA Sell-Back Program, please visit IKEA Canada's official website.