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Textiles

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.

Goodbye cords, hello peace of mind
You may not realise this, but the cords on blinds and curtains pose a strangulation risk for small children. We believe children are the most important people in the world, which is why we work hard to make homes safer. So, we set about adapting our range of blinds and curtains to make your windows as safe as possible. We spent four years coming up with safe alternatives, and where we couldn’t, we simply removed the product from our range.
As of 1/1/2016 IKEA only offer blinds and curtains without cords, or with non-accessible cords.
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No cord at all
We’ve developed a range of blinds that are completely cordless. To raise or lower TUPPLUR blackout blinds and LISELOTT blinds simply grab the plastic tab in the middle and pull. RINGBLOMMA, on the other hand, employs magnets that allow you to raise and lower the blind to one of several predetermined heights.
Cords safely hidden away
Cellular honeycomb blind, HOPPVALS, not only insulates your windows, it also makes them safer. Here we’ve hidden the cord away in the fabric, which has been thoroughly tested to ensure it won’t rip and let determined little fingers get through.
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No drawstring
To make our curtains as safe as possible we’ve removed all drawstrings. So now, when you choose curtains, like AINA, you can rest assured that people won’t be seeing in and the kids won’t be getting tangled up.
See all our curtains
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GLÖDANDE limited edition collection
GLÖDANDE bed linens and cushion covers feature patterns and drawings from fashion designer Walter Van Beirendonck’s wild imagination. See how the magical world he’s created will add a touch of joy and magic to your home.
See more cushions & cushion coversSee the GLÖDANDE collection
Close-up of a quilt cover and pillowcase with the magical creatures called WONDERMOOI.
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VIKTIGT collection - limited edition
Two seagrass rugs with black stripes.
“It is a rythm that I’ve tried to capture. The black stripes on these reversible handwoven seagrass rugs are forming patterns which you can match by putting several rugs together.”
Ingegerd Råman, Swedish designer
See the VIKTIGT collection
VIKTIGT Rug, flatwoven ¥ 5,499 VIKTIGT Rug, flatwoven ¥ 5,499
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ANVÄNDBAR collection
Close-up of two drapes in front of a door.
ANVÄNDBAR collection lets you live a little kinder. And a little warmer too. Keep out the draft. Wrap up nice and snug. What could be better?
See more Blankets & throwsSee more Curtains & blindsSee all ANVÄNDBAR collection
ANVÄNDBAR Drape/curtain ¥ 4,999
GILTIG collection - limited edition
A woman in a black t-shirt with a big red teeth pattern.
When menswear designer Katie Eary goes home she adds mad colours and gobsmacking prints to everything from tablecloths to t-shirts. And life will never be beige again.
See the GILTIG collection
GILTIG T-shirt ¥ 1,099 GILTIG Tray ¥ 499
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Soft as dandelion down!
A close-up of a quilt cover and pillowcases in gold, silver, black and white.
For these new BOLLTISTEL textiles, designer Andreja Špegel was inspired by delicate dandelion bulbs. “I love dandelion bulbs! They’re so soft and elegant. I wanted the pattern for BOLLTISTEL to be like that too, organic and soft but at the same time structured in an elegant way.
See more bed linenSee more cushion covers BOLLTISTEL Quilt cover and 2 pillowcases ¥ 5,999 GULLKLOCKA Cushion cover ¥ 999 GULLKLOCKA Cushion cover ¥ 999
TEXTILES IDEAS
38 inspiring ideas with textiles
Feeling crafty? Put those DIY skills and creativity to work! Floral patterns are a big deal right now, so double up with this homemade vase cover.Kids making their original quilt coversCreate a cocoon in the corner of your living room using textiles, soft lighting and calming accessories. " A cosy balcony with lit LED lighting chains, a canopy, lanterns with lit candles and a sofa filled with cushions and sheepskin rugs.Living room with a couch and DIY curtains
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