By Elly Leavitt

Published on March 7, 2017

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Spontaneity is the name of the game (or at least, the season) with IKEA’s latest collections.

Everyone’s favorite Scandinavian homeware store just announced two new lines, coming to U.S. stores in March. You’ll find playful prints and free-spirited motifs at the heart of both the JASSA and 2017 Summer/Outdoor collections.

Influenced by Indonesian and South East Asian design, the JASSA collection draws on the traditional hand-crafted approach championed in Vietnamese and Indonesian designs. You will find vibrant colors and products that feature natural materials with a modern twist. The JASSA chaise, made with hand-crafted natural fibers, will make the perfect addition to your patio for the warmer seasons. Those looking to incorporate elements of spring in more subtle ways will love the JASSA plates and cushion covers, brightly colored and patterned to evoke a carefree attitude.

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The same light-hearted elements carry over onto IKEA’s 2017 Summer/Outdoor collection. Meant to encourage stepping outside of the norms, this line heralds summer as a time to relax and enjoy freedom.

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The new range offers solar-powered lamps (eco-friendly and chic!) that add a playful element to summer nights. They make the ideal accent to the MASTHOLMEN outdoor series, an outdoor furniture collection made from 100% renewable raw material. Finish off your space with the SOMMAR 2017 textiles, which add a bohemian touch to the living space. Carefree summer living never looked so stylish.

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Interested in getting a head start on revamping your space for spring? The collections are available in-store only for a limited amount of time, while supplies last. Run, don’t walk.  

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