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SKYNKE Carrier bag, red/black,

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SKYNKE Carrier bag, black/beige dot pattern, 45x36 cm
SKYNKE Carrier bag, red/black, 45x36 cm
SKYNKE Carrier bag, striped/black white, 45x36 cm

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This handy lightweight bag fits in a pocket but can quickly be used as a big shoulder bag. The graphic dot pattern is created by Ingela Håkansson-Lamm, a designer from the group of 10 Swedish Designers.

Article Number505.176.75

Product details

You can carry the bag in two ways – in your hand or over your shoulder.

A perfect replacement for a disposable plastic bag. If you plan to carry groceries home they need to be packaged or covered in paper, the bag is not approved for direct contact with food.

A pocket inside the bag make it easy to keep track of small things.

Easy to keep on hand since it can be folded into its own pocket and fits in your handbag, briefcase or coat pocket.


Ingela Håkansson-Lamm

  • Not approved for food contact.

  • Material
    100 % polyester (100% recycled)

    Wash by hand, max 40°C.

    Do not bleach.

    Do not tumble dry.

    Do not iron.

    Do not dryclean.


Width: 45 cm

Height: 36 cm

  • SKYNKEArticle Number505.176.75

    Width: 11 cm

    Height: 1 cm

    Length: 12 cm

    Weight: 0.04 kg

    Package(s): 1


Form design process

Ten Swedish Designers

The 10 Swedish Designers group started in Stockholm in 1970, and their graphic, bold and playful patterns still feel relevant today. When the group stopped in 2015, IKEA acquired this fantastic patterns treasure to be able to spread them around the world. The graphic dots of Ingela Håkansson-Lamm’s Ciao pattern and Tom Hedqvist's playful birds in the Kyoto pattern are two examples. Both Ingela and Tom were involved from the start and during all the years the group was active.

Designer thoughts

Designer thoughts

"The inspiration for the "Ciao" pattern comes from my childhood filled with dots: storybooks about girls in red dresses with white dots, dotted hair bands for my braids, curtains with blue dots and wallpaper with yellow ones. Dotted red-white oilcloth on the dining table, sandwiches with dotted sausages next to red cups with white dots. Even nature was full of dots, like red mushrooms with white dots and ladybugs with black dots!”

Designer Ingela Håkansson-Lamm