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Textiles & rugs

We're a bunch of softies

It's the soft, fluffy textiles that make a place your own – with a rug in your favourite colour or curtains you've sewn yourself. Where getting a new look is as easy as changing your bed linens. A place that invites you to get comfy and stay a while. All of the things that bring a home to life.

Let’s get lost in layers
With layer upon layer of different types of curtains, you can turn your window into a cosy and constantly changing scene. It’s beauty that also serves practical functions
- the curtains can be drawn to and from as necessary to adjust the light, sound, temperature and privacy.
Layer your curtains in different ways
A bedroom featuring large windows with black block-out roller blinds and one layer of thick grey curtains for cosiness and silence.A living room featuring large mullion windows with one layer of white and grey sheer curtains that filters the daylight and one layer of black block-out curtains for privacy.A bright living room featuring large sliding windows with two layers of white and beige sheer panel curtains that filters the daylight and one layer of dark grey thick curtains for privacy.
A bright living room featuring mullion windows with one layer of sheer white curtains that filters the daylight, one layer that stops reflections on screens and one layer of white thick curtains for privacy.A living room featuring windows with cellular blinds with honeycomb structure that creates a layer of insulation, one layer of white sheer curtains that filters the daylight and one layer of blue curtains for privacy.A bright bedroom featuring mullion windows with black block-out roller blinds, one layer of sheer white curtains that filters the daylight and one layer of grey-green thick curtains for privacy.
A doorway with beige linen curtains, used as room divider to separate the small bedroom from the living room.A living room featuring large windows with a cosy seating area decorated with three layers of curtains. One layer of grey roller blinds that stops reflections on screens, one layer of white sheer curtains that filters the daylight and one layer of blue curtains for privacy.A bright bedroom featuring windows with white roller blinds, one layer of sheer white curtains that filters the daylight and one layer of grey thick block-out curtains for privacy.
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Winter collection 2017
When the skies grow dark and wind turns cold, it’s time to retreat inside – and snuggle up. This year’s Winter collection has loads in natural textures and tones to make your home softer, warmer and more inviting.
See more Livingroom textiles See all WINTER collection
Metres for making art!
The IKEA BRUDSLÖJA cotton fabric with modern graphic patterns in black and white with a hint of light blue can be used for making curtains, cushions and even art. Made of 100% cotton from more sustainable sources.
Get sewing with our new metre fabrics from graphic monochrome patterns to a blue dandelion pattern – all with a clear design statement.
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BRUDSLÖJA Fabric $7.99
A tactile feeling underfoot
Close-up picture showing IKEA KOLLUND wool rug with a hexagonal pattern in various grey colours. The rug is handwoven in different pile heights, that gives a nice tactile experience underfoot.
Give a nice tactile experience to the floor with KOLLUND rug, uniquely handwoven in different pile heights in a hexagonal pattern that stimulates the senses.
Read about our initiative for handmade rugsSee more rugs
KOLLUND Rug, flatwoven $449
Let’s Play For Change campaign graphics – cubes with childish patterns in different colours.
Turn that curtain into a super hero outfit!
Good things happen when you say yes to play. So, join us and Play For Change.
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