Hundreds of people have turned out for the reopening of the IKEA store in Edinburgh – take a look at how the queues developed.
1. Early Risers
Hundreds of shoppers queued from 6.30am as IKEA stores reopened in Scotland for the first time in three months.
2. Large queues.
Around 300 people queued to shop at the Swedish homeware store in Straiton, Edinburgh.
3. Reduced capacity
The shop has a capacity of 450 people - a quarter of how many shoppers it can usually accommodate.
4. 10am opening
The first shoppers arrived at 6.30am, and by 10am when doors opened around 300 eager shoppers were waiting to buy flatpacked furniture and frozen meatballs.