Dinosaur decor, patterned pillows, chic cabinets, bamboo storage – these are only a few of the new items sprouting up on the IKEA website and in-store next week. We recently got a hold of the latest catalogue arriving September 1st and it’s definitely worth a sneak peek.
Sure, you don’t NEED new homewares, but you’re gonna WANT them after browsing through the new IKEA range.
What’s even more exciting is that their catalogue, whose release date coincides with IKEA’s 70th birthday, has a new format making it more of a ‘how-to’ guide rather than just a collection of cool items. How to organise, how to decorate, how to style – styling your home has never been easier.
The catalogue features problem-solving tips, hands-on ideas and practical advice focused on small budgets and smaller spaces. Each page has been filled with “how to” tips on ways to make homes around the world cosier, smarter, more sustainable and more beautiful.
There are six different homes in this year’s catalogue, each representing a different living situation including a young couple in their first apartment, a growing family in a rental, and a money-savvy couple with two young children in a one-bedroom apartment.
Have a look at some of our fave finds:
Sweet dino dreams
One of our top picks has to be the new JÄTTELIK series, which lets kids create a dinosaur world in their room. The series includes patterned quilt covers, rugs, curtains, cushions and more.
Home offices to inspire
Working from home is the norm now and it makes sense to have a home office or study nook, even if you’re tight on space.
Bamboo furniture is all the rage right now and IKEA has upped the ante with their IVAR storage range. The natural bamboo creates a warm and vibrant look in your room whilst being a more sustainable choice for the environment.
Organise like a boss
We can’t get enough of storage boxes, ideal for pretty much every room in the house – laundry, bedroom, playroom, living room, even the linen closet. Great for storing everything from books, toys, towels, papers and charging cables to small things that you want to hideaway.
The Catalogue is now available online and in store.
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