Meet a new set of perennials in the Nytillverkad collection​

​Discover a new release of design favourites from our archives, ready to rebloom for a new generation. Get drawn into a world where the textiles are brighter and the armchairs bouncier!​

Back in bloom!​​

Embrace optimism and creativity with this vibrant floral print by textile designer Göta Trägårdh, which first appeared in the IKEA catalogue in 1971. Or opt for the real thing by displaying flowers in the SKOGSTUNDRA vase and letting the PRIMÄRSKOG plant stand transform any corner into a green oasis.

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New takes on vintage designs

Timeless Scandinavian designs for the modern living room​

The latest Nytillverkad launch features favourite designs from the IKEA archives, reimagined for the future. The DYKARKLOCKA pendant lampshade is inspired by a design from 1964, while the ÖNNESTAD armchair is based on the GOGO armchair from 1972 – this time made with 50% less steel.

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Dream of endless summer​

Create a flower bed with KRANSMALVA duvet cover and pillowcases. The floral pattern, by textile designer Göta Trägårdh, was first seen on bedspreads and blinds in the IKEA catalogue in 1971. Now, it blooms again on bed linens and cushion covers.

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Old souls in new suits

At the end of the 1960s, life at home was supposed to be relaxed and cosy, with beautiful decoration, comfortable seating and coffee tables with enough room for snacks. Now you can furnish your home with reclined armchairs, spacious side tables and beautiful vase that meet the expectations of today.

A colourful return​

Let's dive into this new colourful selection for Nytillverkad. Meet fun, playful patterns brought back from the ‘70s to re-dazzle you.

The future looks bright​​

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

Discover more favourites from our past in the Nytillverkad collection​

With the second release of Nytillverkad, we celebrate the colourful and radical vibe of the late '70s and early '80s. Characterised by deep contrasting colours, striking patterns, and clean, simple shapes – this new selection encourages you to express yourself.​

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