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16 $10-and-Under IKEA Products That Just Make Us Happy

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If there’s one thing that’s always satisfying, it’s scoring a good deal. Knowing that it’s possible to stretch a dollar in the name of style makes everyone feel good. One of the most common sources for boast-worthy, budget-friendly finds: IKEA. We know that IKEA is a maze of stylish products that don’t break the bank, but even so, the crazy-low prices in the retailer’s accessories section never fail to amaze. With tons of vibrant options in the catalog, and everything from glassware to graphic textiles on offer, there are so many deals to discover—the best part being that some of our favorite pieces, below, are $10 and under.

Brytböna Herb Scissors

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$3
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These little herb scissors are handy to have around for more than basil and thyme plants. Their grippy handles and short snips would be good for slicing through packaging tape, cutting off clothing tags, and tackling kitchen tasks.

Strandfloka Table Runner

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$10
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This cheerful cotton runner could be styled lengthwise or draped across a table in multiples—either way, it’ll brighten up your meal. 

Slanhöstmal Hand Towel

IKEA
$4
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At this price, you could snag all three colorways of this 100% cotton hand towel or have several on hand in one. While we like each of the combos, the pink and orange feels positively summery.

Strandön Folding Stool

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$10 $7
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Marked down to just $7 right now, this cute steel folding stool is adorned with cabana stripes and perfectly sized for kids or gardening.

Moppa Pitcher With Lid

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$7
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We love that this pitcher comes with a freezer-ready core, so your cookout lemonade won’t get hot in the sun.

Gangstig Kitchen Mat

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$10
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You can use this kitchen mat as it was meant to be, or you can place it outside on a balcony or deck. It also comes in a runner size, which is a little more than $10, but not by much.

Havrekross Wall Organizer and Hooks

IKEA
$1.50
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Sized right for an entrance, this wall organizer is just $1.50. That’s not a typo; plus it’s magnetic and has a spot for keys, too.

Bröggan Goblet

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$4
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Bröggan Dessert Bowl

IKEA
$5
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We couldn’t pick just one of these tabletop staples from the Bröggan line, so here’s the dessert bowl and goblet, both under $5. They’re stackable, dishwasher-safe, and ideal for parties (no slender stems here). 

Torkis Flexible Laundry Basket

IKEA
$8
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Everyone needs to hand-wash their delicates, so why not do it in a flexible laundry basket you can also use for other tasks? See: toy storage, cleaning product corral, firewood tote.

Utsadd Pet Bowl

IKEA
$3.50
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A stoneware pet bowl so darling we may want to steal it for serving snacks at our next cocktail party.

Kungsfors Mesh Bag, Set of 2

IKEA
$5
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Put one of these $2.50 mesh market bags in all of your totes so you never have to reach for a plastic sack again.

Fladis Basket

IKEA
$10
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We’ve seen this style of basket used as a purse before, so why not follow the trend? It’s also just as suitable for table linens and sewing storage.

Lattad Placemat

IKEA
$7
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Seagrass placemats are always in style, and a set of four of these will set you back less than $30. 

Farmarkvast Compost Bin

IKEA
$7
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Keep your countertop composting tidy with this smartly designed bin. The body is at least 50% recycled, the lid can hook onto the side when removed, and you can tote it to and fro thanks to the handle.

Hedervärd Candlestick

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$6
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This powder-coated aluminum candleholder was designed by Aaron Probyn, and reviewers say it’s solid and sturdy. 

Elly Leavitt

Writer and Editor

Elly enjoys covering anything from travel to funky design (tubular furniture, anyone?) to the latest cultural trend. Her dream apartment would exist on the Upper West Side and include a plethora of mismatched antique chairs, ceramic vessels, and floor-to-ceiling bookcases—essential to her goal of becoming a poor man’s Nora Ephron. You can probably find her in line at Trader Joe’s. You will never find her at SoulCycle.

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