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Discover more favorites from our past in the Nytillverkad collection

With the second release of Nytillverkad, we celebrate the colorful and radical vibe of the late ‘70s and early ‘80s. Characterized by deep contrasting colors, striking patterns, and clean, simple shapes – this new selection encourages you to express yourself.

A color blast from the past

These patterns from the early ‘70s are brought back to meet a new generation. For the first time in their more than 50-year history, they’re now available in pre-cut fabric. So, get ready to unleash your imagination!

Video: A woman spotting a bold fabric in a 1972 IKEA Catalogue. Next, she’s dressed in the 2023 version: SVEDJENÄVA pre-cut fabric.
A pile of cushions with orange-and-white-striped NICKFIBBLA cushion covers and one multicoloured SVEDJENÄVA cushion cover.
Two orange SKÅLBODA armchairs and cushion covers, fabric and a pendant lamp from launch 2 of the Nytillverkad collection.
We wanted to bring back our favorites and remake them with the technology and material of today.

Sebastian SvenssonProduct Innovation Leader, IKEA of Sweden

Dip or dive? You decide.

Dip your toes or dive headfirst into this new colorful selection. Whether you want it all or just need a piece, this launch allows both bold dives and shy tries. Turn heads with a sculptural armchair in steel. Or transform your living room with color-clashing patterns on cushion covers and fabrics.

An orange-and-white-striped NICKFIBBLA pre-cut fabric hanging next to a red JÄRLÅSA side table on castors with a flower vase.
A cushion with a dark, multicoloured SVEDJENÄVA cushion cover lying on a red, round STOENSE rug next to a SKÅLBODA armchair.
A fluffy black and white cat is sitting on a clear lacquered solid beech HOLMSJÖ stool with a black seat cushion in a studio.
A person dressed in offwhite clothes is relaxing in an orange SKÅLBODA steel armchair in a bright studio setting.
A set of three orange TUVKORNELL steel candle holders with white candles standing on a pale pink floor in a studio setting.

Comfortable steel

When this armchair was originally produced in 1983, it was inspired by the trolley industry and their cost-efficient way of buying metal on large rolls. Luckily, the resemblance stops there. Although made mainly of steel, the SKÅLBODA armchair is surprisingly comfortable. And with a cushion, it’s even softer.

Video: A man sits in a shopping cart doing thumbs down, then in a SKÅLBODA armchair inspired by a shopping cart doing thumbs up.
A fluffy cat lies on a cushion with a white-and-orange-striped NICKFIBBLA cushion cover on an orange SKÅLBODA armchair.
Two orange SKÅLBODA armchairs made from powder coated steel standing on a pale pink floor, casting long shadows.
Finding solutions on the factory floor is something IKEA is known for. It’s still today critical to our product development.

Johan EjdemoDesign Manager, IKEA of Sweden

The dot over the i

Spice up your home with clean shapes and bold colors. The pieces in this new selection are made to transform your room, even if it’s just the corner.

A person with a dress made from SVEDJENÄVA pre-cut fabric stands on a STOENSE rug next to a JÄRLÅSA side table on castors.
A white HAVSFJÄDER pendant lampshade is hanging next to a set of three TUVKORNELL candle holders sitting on a red cabinet.
A white JÄRLÅSA side table on castors in powder coated steel with a retro telephone, a vase with flowers and piles of books.
It’s flat-packed when transported and can become flat when you don’t use it. So simple, yet unique.

Niels GammelgaardDesigner

The future looks bright

These two design classics – a plant stand originally from 1957 and a coat stand from 1978 – are restyled in eye-catching contemporary shades.

A blue vase with orange flowers is in a light green KULTURSKOG plant stand on a blue STOENSE rug in a blue-painted room.
A white canvas bag and bucket hat hang from the tree-like arms of a yellow BONDSKÄRET coat/hat stand in a bright space.
A red retro telephone, notebook and pen are on a blue LÖVBACKEN side table on a red and lilac square tiled floor.

A love letter to a beloved side table

Way back in 1956, IKEA produced one of its most iconic pieces of furniture of all time: a loveable side table called LÖVET. A true treasure, we have brought her back in cheerful colours as LÖVBACKEN.