The IKEA Winter 2016: Styles of the Season
This year's WINTER collection is inspired by late 19th century Swedish folklore. Embracing simplicity with authentic and warm materials - yarn, wool, leather, linen, felt, natural woods and metal and featuring traditional patterns and prints in muted, natural colors, as well as seasonal golds and reds.
New for October 2016
In October, IKEA introduces a range of textiles with strong colors and bold patterns ranging from rugs to cut fabric. Another piece of news is a swivel chair that combines beauty with ergonomics. Children can delight in two large and colorful collections that support unlimited play and storage. And for cooking and eating, there are timeless cooking utensils and a dinnerware series with old folkloric patterns.
The SÄLLSKAP Limited Edition Collection
GREAT DESIGN FOR BEING TOGETHER
This October IKEA presents SÄLLSKAP – a collection inspired by the Scandinavian arts and crafts tradition and by the once groundbreaking idea of rooms designed for the whole family. It’s a collection of furniture, textiles and dinnerware that brings inspiration from the past into the present.
POÄNG armchair from IKEA is turning 40 this year. The iconic armchair has meant 40 years of style, comfort and choice. And to mark the occasion, we’re introducing one new frame and six new covers to the existing range of combinations. So come and celebrate four decades of comfort and style along with us. Happy 40th Birthday, POÄNG!
IKEA Product PR Press Materials: 2017 IKEA Catalog
The 2017 version of the IKEA catalog is coming soon. Available starting August 8, this year's catalog is themed “Goodbye expectations. Hello you!,” highlighting IKEA home furnishing solutions that help people to live a life free of traditional expectations. In it, you’ll find new product offerings, home furnishing inspiration, and smart solutions for every area of the home, with a particular focus on life in and around the kitchen.
Take a look, get inspired and find out more about what's new at IKEA.
IKEA Life at Home Report
The third global Life at Home Report from IKEA explores people’s definition of what makes a home from four basic perspectives: Space, Things, Relationships and Place. The results reveal global perceptions on what ingredients form a home, what is happening within these areas, and how people really think and feel about their homes.View the report >