Six customers and two dozen employees found themselves stuck in a Denmark Ikea after a snowstorm trapped them inside.

Up to a foot of snow fell during a blizzard on Wednesday, trapping residents inside the DIY furniture store.

"We slept in the furniture exhibitions and our showroom on the first floor, where we have beds, mattresses, and sofa beds," store manager Peter Elmrose told Danish tabloid Ekstra Bladet. People were allowed to "pick the exact bed they always have wanted to try."

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Elmrose claims that the collection of workers and customers spent the night watching television and eating. The night went "super well. It's been a good night. All fun," despite the isolating circumstances of the storm.

The group was treated to a breakfast of cinnamon rolls and coffee before leaving the store. The beds that customers slept in had their sheets changed Thursday morning.

"We gathered in the canteen, where we got food and drink, and there was television," said Erik Bangsgaard, a customer who ended up stuck in the Ikea with his wife. "There was nothing we could do about the situation. We were just really happy to get shelter."

Employees at the toy store next to Ikea were also stuck there overnight, Denmark public broadcaster DR reported.

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"It's much better than sleeping in one's car. It has been nice and warm, and we are just happy that they would let us in," toy shop employee Michelle Barrett told DR.

Three hundred people were stuck at the local airport, the BBC reported.