By Anna Kocharian

Published on October 31, 2017

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Mastering minimalism is all about decorating with a handful of pieces that are high impact. Case in point: Ikea’s Soderhamn Sofa, whose streamlined composition earmarks it as a truly statement worthy piece. Its relatively affordable price tag is also a major draw. Pair the furnishing with a similarly-toned landing pad, and a whitewashed or gray side table, for a monochromatic yet eye-catching finish. Psst! Florals or potted greens will also go a long way.
Discover more ways to decorate with this collection, here.
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Old meets the new in this colorfully-fueled playroom, beautifully decked for the little ones. Bright red, vintage Ikea chairs come paired with a modern children’s table and a spanning wall of equally vibrant books and art, resulting in a finish that leaves little else to be desired.

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There’s nothing quite as versatile as a sheepskin. This cozy, decorative accessory becomes an essential during the colder months, ushering itself in as a mainstay of the season. Paired with a wicker seat, it immediately imparts a space with a Scandinavian-inspired touch. It also works well when set at the foot of a bed or casually draped at the end of the sofa.
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This colorfully curated living room comes furnished with a selection of chic steals from IKEA (sofa, mirror, floor lamp, and even the coffee table!), proving that budget-friendly style is possible.

See who calls this light-filled Brooklyn apartment home.

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The TARVA nightstand is reinvented with a burnt orange paint and sleek leather pull, seamlessly blending in with the dynamic backdrop. An eclectic trio of glass vases carry sprigs of eucalyptus for a colorfully fragrant touch.

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Featuring a bamboo top and powder-coated base, this minimalist desk can double as a blank canvas for the home office or entryway. Psst! We love the idea of using it as a statement piece to house bright greens.

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It’s all in the detailing! Delicate leather pulls and a chic subway tile instantly elevate this minimalist kitchen.

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The LACK shelves may be considered a standard, but there’s nothing ordinary about this setup. A curated assortment of books and decorative accents earmark this spot as the room’s focal point.

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Paired with a set of brass peg legs, the IVAR gets a major upgrade with a dreamy shade of forest green.

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The HONEFOSS mirror makes for quite the statement piece, especially when paired with hanging greens.

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Two-tone cabinets with chic brass hardware help reinvent this streamlined IKEA kitchen into a color blocked showstopper.

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The SINNERLIG‘s rustic-meets-minimalism look allows the collection to seamlessly blend in within a variety of decorative aesthetics. We’re seriously coveting those matte black vases!

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A wooden top shelf extends a warm touch to this mod scene, complemented by lustrous accents, rustic wall art, and fresh greens.

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Conceal the standard picture ledge by painting it in the same shade as the backdrop it will sit on. Case in point: this two-tone room that comes with a chic built-in display.

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We may have a thing for ikea hacks but every once in a while, we’re all for taking it back to the basics. The IVAR‘s understated, wooden finish is the perfect complement to this elegant living space.

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A handful of accessories from the oh-so-trendy Superfront transform this bathroom’s standard IKEA vanity into a glam scene.

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We’re all for giving the BESTA a revamp featuring a bold choice of paint. Paired with an assortment of decorative objects, this streamlined chest also doubles as a nightstand.

Originally published February 2017. Updated October 2017.

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