SINNERLIG collection
with Ilse Crawford
The SINNERLIG collection consists of more than 30 pieces for the home and can be loosely categorised into three groups: working, dining and lounging. Although the collection works neatly in these settings, the furniture have an open use design; it’s up to you how you wish to live with them and how they fit into your life. With attention to the smallest details, these pieces are designed to engage our senses and connect us to our homes. They don’t just look good, they feel good to touch and use. They are objects that support and enhance the many ways we live today.
AVAILABLE in store from AUGUST 2015

Have a sneak peek at Ilse and Markus collaboration
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A display of tableware and cork furniture.A photo of Markus Engman, design manager at IKEA.
Designed to engage your senses
“Ilse Crawford is not the typical product designer. She sees the bigger picture. And her ideas always go beyond the actual product as such. The room context, the human value, how a product relates to the user and affects our human primal needs, is always the reason why her design looks like it does.”
Markus Engman
Design Manager
A close-up of cushion covers in white, grey and black/white stripes.A day-bed filled with cushions in white, grey and black/white stripes.
Available in store from August 2015
The beauty is in the details. Bring a soft touch to your home with SINNERLIG collection made of natural materials such as cork, ceramics and glass.
Two stoneware jugs and a serving plate decorated with stones and a green plant seen from above.