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Woodland Whimsy and Warhol Pop at IKEA this April
[National]  IKEA’s new product range for this April is a twist on the past with a nod to the future. Think woodland creature patterns with psychedelic undertones. A gentle mix of old Victorian mirrors and colour pop lighting; this month IKEA has something to suit everyone’s personality.
Visual Merchandiser, Caroline Stewart says, “April's range is considerably diverse, and there are a number of whimsical textiles juxtaposed with strong colour blocks. What better way to spice up a room then with a splash of colour and a moose!”

With the power to shape time in a flat pack, the SMYCKE wall clock uses its hexagonal qualities to its favour, allowing you to shape it in multiple ways while creating your own personalised decor anywhere in the house.

“This clock is an incredibly versatile and functional decoration, with a stable centre in grey the excess red, white, yellow, green and black blocks allow you to shape the clock in infinite patterns,” says Caroline.

The KNAPPER is a double duty freestanding mirror that doubles as a clothes rack with storage hooks behind it allowing you to easily display outfits – perfect for those quick changes, working out what to wear, or simply to show off your favourite clothes.

“Designers David Wahl and Nicolas Cortolezzis combined the practicality of a freestanding mirror with hidden functionality. Creating the wider back gave the mirror room for more clothes but also increased stability. It’s a simple piece that will make life much easier when deciding between ensembles,” says Caroline.

In the hands of artists, glass is a limitless medium and the VANADIN lamp series by designer Inma Bermudez is no exception with eye-catching lamps that channel a Victorian feel, and a playful hint of Polynesian Tiki.

“Made of mouth blown glass, the VANADIN lamps give a traditional, expensive look and are available in a pendant, wall lamp or table lamp form. They’re also available in white, black and a vibrant hot pink for those who are looking to incorporate a playful hit of colour into their home,” says Caroline.

This April is an exquisite contradiction of woodland whimsy and Warhol pop. With clean lines, fresh bold prints, geometric shapes and some delightfully unexpected decorations that are true to their Swedish heritage.

For more about April’s handpicked new products, and tips on how to style your home, please visit IKEA.com.au
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