IKEA news and collections
SPRIDD limited edition collection
With music and mobility as starting points, fashion designer Kit Neale and IKEA have created SPRIDD – a print-based collection of tents, bags, storage boxes and cushion covers (plus lots of other funtastic pieces) for everyone who’s on the move.Download press material (.PDF)Download all pictures (28,2MB.zip)
With patterns inspired from urban landscapes, the SVÄRTAN collection invites us to explore a side of India that goes beyond the vivid colours usually associated with this striking country. Created in collaboration with Swedish textile designer Martin Bergström and Indian fashion students, SVÄRTAN consists of bed linen, textiles, paper items, rugs, bowls, glassware and metal objects. The result is a collection that offers both versatility and uniqueness to one’s home.
LIMITED EDITION - Available September 2016Download all pictures (.zip)
A greener lifestyle is a kinder life. And it’s all about the home we live in. Yes, it’s about the planet, but it all starts at home. Saving water. Saving energy. Sorting waste. Doing little things when and where we can. ANVÄNDBAR collection features basic, everyday products made from natural materials. Products that embrace a greener daily life at home. It’s fun. It’s easy. And it makes a difference.
Available August 2016Download all pictures (76,1MB.zip)
We’re now launching some new products in the VARDAGEN series of everyday cookware and tableware in a traditional style. Designed for preparing the food to setting the table, this launch includes bakeware, pots, dinnerware and glassware. Each piece of VARDAGEN series has a soul of its own, combining traditional shapes and details, to bring back memories from the past and create new ones.
Available August 2016Download all pictures (.zip)
New products - AUGUST
With autumn round the corner, it’s time to get the home in shape for some good and cosy indoor times. This month there’s a big focus on the kitchen, with two new very affordable kitchens launched along with matching products. For the rest of the home there’s a range of textiles and rugs to discover, a rocking chair, two new sofa tables and some home decoration pieces including candleholders - all to help set the mood before the leaves of the trees start falling.
Available from August 2016Download all pictures (75,9MB .zip)
Square Metre Challenge – Kitchen
A fully functional, clutter-free kitchen in 6.5 square metres? It’s possible. We met the challenge by designing a room with maximised storage and versatile solutions. It’s part three of our new series of films and solutions that addresses the reality of more and more people living in small spaces. Check out how we maxed out a modern, calm kitchen with room for a couple to cook together and move around freely. Small space limitations? Nope. We’re all about the possibilities.
Release May 2016Download all pictures (6,48MB.zip)
Square Metre Challenge – Living room
We’re obsessed with seeing the possibilities of small spaces. So we challenged ourselves to create the smallest living/dining room possible—for a parent with three kids—without sacrificing function and comfort. It’s the second part of our new series of films and solutions that addresses the reality of more and more people living in small spaces. Check out how we planned for flow, so the room can transform based on the family’s changing needs and activities.
Release April 2016Download all pictures (14,1MB.zip)
Square metre challenge –
This is the first part of a new series of films and solutions that addresses the reality of more and more people living in small spaces. In each episode, we challenged ourselves to create the smallest rooms possible without sacrificing function and comfort. We’re obsessed with seeing the possibilities—not the limitations—of small spaces. First episode is about a bedroom for a couple in a rental flat.
Release March 2016Download all pictures (14.9MB.zip)