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Explore the VÅRDANDE collection - Available in stores now

Close your eyes and breathe. Working with social businesses from across Asia to create a collection designed for those who want to pause and take a moment.

A woman sits cross-legged on a VÅRDANDE yoga rug facing a window, stretching her neck in a peaceful space with plants.
A woman sits cross-legged on a VÅRDANDE yoga rug facing a window, stretching her neck in a peaceful space with plants.

You can take it with you

The VÅRDANDE collection includes products to fit the flow of your day, wherever it takes you, from a picnic in nature to your local yoga class.

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A woman stands among grassy dunes with a VÅRDANDE canvas bag slung over her shoulder, carrying a jute basket and throw.
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Natural and sustainable

The VÅRDANDE collection is made from materials including banana fibre, jute, cotton, locally sourced clay and organic waste from farming.

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A woman wearing a VÅRDANDE cotton kimono uses a VÅRDANDE towel as a turban to dry her hair.
A VÅRDANDE 100% cotton canvas wall organiser hangs on a wall, filled with bathroom accessories.
Close-up of a VÅRDANDE decorative ceramic bowl filled with an assortment of nuts.
Close-up of a hand-braided VÅRDANDE basket, made from banana fibre and filled with potpourri.
A VÅRDANDE 100% jute plant pot, filled with a leafy green plant, is in focus.
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We made this, together

Collection designers, Akanksha Deo and Sarah Fager, worked in collaboration with our social business suppliers to create products that share artisanal skills and promote real change in the quality of their workers’ lives.

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IKEA designers Akanksha Deo and Sarah Fager stand against a window in a bright space with plants.
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A better everyday

By working with our social business suppliers, we can make a difference to many more lives across Asia.

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A person uses their hands to make a bowl from thick twine.
A woman in a blue shirt threads a sewing machine at a Saitex factory in Vietnam.
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