Fast Company's John Brownlee takes a look back the the country's largest furniture recalls in light of Ikea's recent decision to recall 29 million chests and drawers after faulty design caused the death of three children in three years.

Ikea's recall is biggest in U.S. history by far-- it's three times larger than the second greatest recall in the CSPC's archives, which dates back to 1995 when 10 million beanbag chairs sold by nine different companies from all the way back to 1971 were recalled.

"...The last two decades have seen plenty of other large-scale recalls, if not quite as huge as Ikea's. Trigger alert: This list is likely to give new parents panic attacks."

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