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.

Comfy bedding for better sleep

Get the comfort you need with soft sheets, duvets that suit your body and supportive pillows. They’re all made responsibly from quality materials like sustainably-sourced cotton so you can trust them close to your skin.

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See all bedding

Softness and safety with baby textiles

You can relax knowing that IKEA baby textiles are soft and gentle on your baby’s skin and that they’re tested to make sure they don’t contain any harmful substances.

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See all baby textiles

Purify your air with GUNRID curtains

Soft furnishings and home textile materials are a great way of putting your own stamp on living rooms and bedrooms. Whether you’re looking for blankets and bedding or cushions and covers, our textile shop is always fully stocked with the season’s must-haves.

How do I know which colour palette to choose?

When deciding a colour scheme for a room, it’s important to consider how your furniture and upholstery will work with the colour of your walls. If you have a patterned wall, you should consider neutral block colours for curtains and cushions to balance everything out, as too many patterns in one room can clash with each other.

If you have a particularly dark colour scheme, consider some lighter colours for your furniture, cushions or throws to help bring everything together. Another popular look is monochrome, which can be created by combining blacks, bold greys and soft whites. And if you’re decorating a bathroom, consider how your towels can tie a colour scheme together. Don’t hide them away in a drawer or a cupboard, use hand towels and bath towels to your decorative advantage.

Which colours work together?

If you want to go bold and impactful, consider contrasting your furniture with the walls. Like vibrant yellows against deep purples; lively oranges and dark blues; deep reds to contrast dark greens; or a lime green with a soft brown.