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Shopping list: spring’s top interior trends

We’ve gathered everything you need to get your space on-trend with two of this season’s most colourful looks. Just pick your favourite, grab a bag and follow our guide.

Two different colourful looks inside two blue bags (FRAKTA) that contain all of the products needed for the two interior styles.
Two different colourful looks inside two blue bags (FRAKTA) that contain all of the products needed for the two interior styles.
Update your living room with the latest interior spring trends! Here we picked all the products you need to update with colours and a graphical spotty look, such as IKEA SKÄGGÖRT black and white cushion with polkadot print.
This IKEA IDEAS spring trends mood board shows off dots and a graphical print look, and how to combine them for a colourful up-to-date look a home.

There are no rules for pairing patterns and colours, but there are some tricks to get you started. Go for prints that share at least one shade, we went with black and white. Then add in two to three brights. Here we blended dots with vibrant hues for a balanced look that really pops.

What’s in the bag:

Refresh your living room with new interior spring trends! Here we show you which products you need to update with yellow accents, such as IKEA SOMMAR 2018 yellow cushion cover.
This IKEA IDEAS spring trends mood board shows off dots and a graphical print look, and how to combine them for a colourful up-to-date look a home.

An accent colour is all you need to quickly update your existing deco. We went for yellow, a big favourite for spring. Keep the base classic with timeless stripes and a mix of natural tones. Accessorise with a few pieces in shades of yellow to lift the whole look.

What’s in the bag:

We love to see our customers get creative with our products. Go for it! But please note that altering or modifying IKEA products so they can no longer be re-sold or used for their original purpose, means the IKEA commercial guarantees and your right to return the products will be lost.

Made by
Interior designer: Elin Stierna
Photographer: Martin Inger
Writer: Anna Blom