|Created by||Dave Seger, Paul Bartunek|
|Written by||Dave Seger, Spencer Strauss, Paul Bartunek, Tom Kauffman|
|Directed by||Dave Seger|
|Starring||Randall Park, Whitney Avalon, Matt Braunger, Tom Kauffman, Jess Lane, Wade Randolph, Abed Gheith, Delbert Dean Shoopman, Dean Pelton|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||7|
|Producer(s)||Dave Seger, Paul Bartunek|
|Camera setup||Paul Bartunek|
|Running time||~5 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Channel 101|
|Original release||May 31, 2009– January 31, 2010|
IKEA Heights is a 2009 comedic melodrama web series created by Dave Seger, Paul Bartunek, Delbert Shoopman, Spencer Strauss, and Tom Kauffman for Channel 101. The series is a spoof of soap operas and filmed covertly inside the IKEA store in Burbank, California. IKEA Heights stars Randall Park, Whitney Avalon, and Matt Braunger.
Madeleine Löwenborg-Frick, a spokesperson for IKEA's Canadian branch, said of the series, "Absolutely, we think it’s funny. We see the humour in it and we approach our own marketing with a similar tongue-in-cheek humour. But unauthorized filming in our stores isn’t a good thing. There’s proper channels that people who want to film in our stores can go through."
- NEIL, DAN (8 September 2009). "IKEA's Burbank store and the guerrillas in housewares" – via LA Times.
- "This week in guerrilla filmmaking: 'Ikea Heights'".
- "Taking the Ikea name to new heights". 22 January 2010.
- episodes on YouTube