The first blast occurred at an Ikea store in Ghent, Belgium, when two alarm clocks exploded in a warehouse following a warning, the Swedish news agency TT reported Tuesday.
Later in the day, police in the Netherlands evacuated an Ikea store in Eindhoven before a refuse bin exploded.
A third blast occurred at an Ikea store near Lille in northern France.
There were no injuries as a result of any of the explosions.
A Belgian newspaper reported that the explosives used at all three locations were identical.
The Swedish furniture store was the target of a 2009 bomb attack in Amsterdam.
A woman was later arrested in connection with that incident.