Living room storage is all about finding a way to show off the things you hold dear – and hide away the bulk you want out of sight. HAVSTA comes in a variety of units, making it easy to find the right balance. Design and details rooted in Scandinavian tradition gives it a handcrafted, timeless feeling. Made out of solid pine wood with beautiful stain finish, HAVSTA adds character to your living room. And removes clutter from your home.
TÄNKVÄRD is a tactile collection made from natural materials and fibres. The collection
features rattan furniture, pieces that are light and easy to move around the home. You’ll
also find bed linens, towels, throws, pillows, a lamp, a rug and the must-have, must-wear
jacquard kimono. All of the pieces have that slightly patinated look that will feel even
better after being loved for years to come.
Our GALANT series of office furniture went through a total makeover! New colours and
new handles now make cabinets and desks look more beautiful than ever, and it’s also
easier to match them with those from the BEKANT series. But even if the looks has
changed, don’t worry: all the units remain as practical and functional as before.
Summer is about hanging out! We have lots of products that can be used both in- and outdoors, so you can create a living room outside as well with space for all your favourite people.
Do your thing
What do new ways of living mean for upholstered furniture, like sofas? And, can something designed by IKEA be completed by you in order to suit your unique lifestyle? These are questions that IKEA and Tom Dixon asked when creating DELAKTIG - a platform for living that is subject to change. Available as a seating series and now as a bed too, its extruded frame, made out of 50 % recycled aluminium, allows you to do your thing: add, move and remove the DELAKTIG accessories as you please. This way, you can customise the platform by day or by occasion - the choices are all yours.
The SOLGLIMTAR collection has everything for the occasion: cushions, tableware, chopsticks - and of course, traditional-style decorations for good luck and fortune.
Everything we've spiced up with fun patterns that represent fish with brown sauce, sunflower seeds, peeled oranges and best of all - popping fireworks.
Shop online below or come visit your local store!
Some people buy a piece of furniture for the history and identity that come built-in. If you adapt or personalise such an item, that reduces the value. On the other hand, BILLY is more about what’s on the inside. Not the designer label or the fashion status.
Warm and soft, our textile collection will bring your cosiness to the next level. Let's create the comfort wherever in your home, from bedroom to bathroom. And the best part of this? Getting a new look is as easy as changing cushion covers or the curtains. No matter how bad your day, our beautiful textiles will brighten it up.
IKEA PS is for the fiercely independent. For free-thinkers who refuse a work-eat-sleep-repeat life and who give convention a wedgie. Not asking for permission or approval. Choosing freedom and the possibilities that come with it.
And that is exactly who this IKEA PS collection was designed for. Because who better to appreciate a folding sofa that can hang on a wall, or a pillow that becomes a quilt, or a self-watering pot that helps keep unattended plants alive for two weeks?
So beautiful, so relaxed, and so easy to make. A cosy home is a home that’s lived in; a space that shows you’ve been there. Let’s move indoors and curl up with a cup of tea. Feel the peace. A few burning candles goes such a long way…
Looking back upon the 90’s, it doesn’t feel all too long ago, right? It’s the future now but these updated items are still for today - for example BJURÅN chair, formerly known as ÖGLA. It was first launched back in 1961. It’s a real statement piece, don’t you agree? Place it by itself as a single pop of colour, or as a set around your dining table.
This 90-00’s edition of GRATULERA vintage collection features furniture, textiles, tableware (and even a small deco horse) in a Scandinavian sleek expression. But it’s a limited edition - so if you like something, act fast.
Launching now, come visit your local store!
Let’s reminisce back to the 70’s and 80’s with IStep into the 50-60’s with GRATULERA vintage collection, celebrating IKEA 75 years.
Finally meet SJÄLVSTÄNDIG limited edition collection. It’s not for everyone. It’s not meant to blend in. It’s not mainstream, and it’s definitely not shy. So, what is it then? It’s whatever.
Do pillows only belong in sofas and chairs? What if plain tape turns into your very own art installation? Who says that a carpet has to be geometric? All is open for personal interpretation with SJÄLVSTÄNDIG. Originally inspired by hacking and DIY movements, these independent pieces are created for you to put your personal touch to them – to do whatever you want.
There are times when we all need a bit of extra comfort and support. With the OMTÄNKSAM range, IKEA wants to make everyday life easier for everyone – and for every body. Welcome to experience lots of great items made in close collaboration with ergonomics experts and tested by real people, with different needs.
LUSTIGT is all about play for the sake of playing, children and adults alike. It’s a collection with something for all; colouring sheets, a puzzle, a skipping rope, a weaving loom, boules with soft balls and much more. Let’s get absorbed in fun and games.
A carefully curated collection, designed to mix and blend in with what you already have at home – made from natural and tactile materials such as rattan, hand-blown glass and ash. Scandinavian modernity of the highest quality in form, function and materials. Made to use and enjoy, every day.
The time has come to appreciate and celebrate your stuff. Perhaps it sounds obvious, right? But the reality is that many of us feel pressured to have less, even when it’s “the more” that holds an emotional value. Let’s be real: our things are sources of pride, identity and in some cases; history. That’s what SAMMANHANG is here to celebrate.
With a variety of open and closed units for embracing and displaying your belongings, the SAMMANHANG collection is not here to judge you for loving to collect stuff, nor is it here to steal the spotlight from your collection. It’s here to make it look better - to celebrate your personal process of collecting.
B. WHO YOU ARE! A flair of Hollywood energy is finally here. The OMEDELBAR limited edition collection made with fashion activist Bea Åkerlund contains everything to create your most glamorous dressing room ever.
Inspired by people’s creativity and the flourishing DIY trend, we teamed up with Dutch designer-duo Scholten & Baijings to “hack” some of the most beloved IKEA furniture. Known for their trend-sensitivity and meticulous attention to detail, they’ve created a series of products and accessories to bring new life to your home, including a brand new set of covers and colours for the popular KLIPPAN and POÄNG. So, whether you want to give your favourite sofa a contemporary twist or add colourful details to the dinner table, LYSKRAFT is the effortless way to hack your home.
The beauty of handmade products lies in little things like an uneven surface, a slightly irregular border, or a heavier brush stroke – all beautiful small imperfections that make each product unique. But cutting wood, shaping clay and weaving threads by hand is a very time-consuming process.
We wanted to make that handmade feel available to more people. So, together with Dutch designer Piet Hein Eek, we developed new methods to work with raw materials like ceramics, wood and textiles and created products with a rough-hewn feel – but that you’d never know they came out of a machine.
That’s how the INDUSTRIELL collection was born – furniture and homeware with a handcrafted feel that everyone can enjoy.
You’ll find fluffy clouds and other simple, sweet designs on quality material throughout the entire HIMMELSK series. There’s bedding, bibs, curtains and more, so you can create a coordinated look, or just pick and choose the things you need and want. Whatever you decide, you can count on HIMMELSK to be snugly and safe.
Step into the 50-60’s; a time when designs capture a sombre expression where darker woods meet classic lines. Celebrating IKEA turning 75 years, GRATULERA vintage collection features everything you need to add a modern retro touch to your home. For example, the STRANDMON armchair is now being brought back in a new colour. And did you know it was one of Ingvar Kamprad’s favourites? Sit back and explore GRATULERA - but it’s a limited edition so if you like something, act fast. Launching in October, come visit your local store.
From velvet cushions with gold piping, to a terracotta skull plant pot with crown, the FÖREMÅL limited edition collection includes more than 25 unusual artistic pieces that will make you laugh, maybe frown... but will always make an interesting conversation piece.
Created with one of Sweden’s most acclaimed glass and ceramic artists, Per B Sundberg, this funky new collection fuses art with great design. Each different object makes a unique and surprising gift that your friends will remember – and perhaps even love.
No, we’re not referring to the several shoes, clothes and old socks spread around your kid’s bedroom – for those, we have many small and large storage solutions. We are talking about DJUNGELSKOG, a colourful series of textiles, soft toys and even books and games inspired by wildlife and designed to bring your children a bit closer to nature.
When three young IKEA designers get together with the iconic design collective 10-gruppen the result is a collection of playful patterns, applied on home textiles tableware and more, that fuses the past and the present and proves that what was spectacular 45 years ago can be just as bold today.
Meet YPPERLIG, a collaboration between IKEA and the Danish design company HAY. Mette and Rolf Hay are the husband-and-wife duo behind the design company HAY. Founded in Copenhagen Denmark in 2002, HAY focuses on creating furniture with an eye for modern living using sophisticated industrial manufacturing. The couple draw inspiration from places such as architecture, fashion and art, resulting in pieces that have a straightforward, functional and aesthetic design.