2016 IKEA catalogue on a kitchen bench
Simple things can help the everyday to feel extraordinary. We begin this year in and around the kitchen, where there are so many of these warm moments to enjoy. From here, to every other room in your home, you can see how to make time and space for all the little things that really matter.
so here’s to the little things
The 2016 IKEA Catalogue is here!
The IKEA Catalogue 2016
Explore the new 2016 IKEA Catalogue
The new IKEA Catalogue is filled with exciting stories behind our products and new ideas that will make you love your mornings and evenings just a little bit more.

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IKEA 2016 catalogue how to
Make it all come alive in your home
The IKEA Catalogue app makes all the new inspiration and products move out of the catalogue and into your home, literally. With the augmented reality feature you can see how hundreds of furnishings in the IKEA Catalogue fit in your home. So, just download the app to your device, use it to scan the catalogue pages and let the home furnishing magic begin.
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The app works on both smartphones and tablets. Download it via App Store for iOS (iPhone/iPad) and via Google Play for Android.
Look for pages
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You’ll see the plus sign in the top corner of those pages that you can scan for extra content.
Scan to see more!
Open the IKEA catalogue app. Choose the scan button. Hold your device 20-30cm from the page and click the icon that appears. If you’re reading the digital catalogue, just click on the plus sign symbol to activate.
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2016 Catalogue in-store now
Pick up a copy of the 2016 IKEA Catalogue from your local store or order a copy to be mailed to you.
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2016 IKEA Catalogue Corrections
1. The TRYSIL queen bed frame shown on p.268 is priced at $229, not $199 as printed.
2. The NILS chair with armrests in Blekinge white shown on p.21 is priced at $150, not $149 as printed.
3. The NILS chair with armrests in Skiftebo dark grey shown on p.70 is priced at $175, not $149 as printed.
4. The tabletops of the MÖCKELBY dining table and MÖCKELBY drop-leaf table shown on p.195 are made with particle board
with a 3mm layer of solid wood. The catalogue states the dining table is made of solid wood.
5. The line "For full terms and conditions visit www.IKEA.com.au/terms" is missing on p.309.