Scandi Simplicity Gets a Spring Update With Ikea’s New Items
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Updated Oct 22, 2018 6:59 PM
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Ikea has been upping the ante with their collaborations of late: From a wellness-inspired line to a partnership with local artists, there’s really nothing the Swedish giant can’t do. On top of new collections, Ikea has been rolling out chic new products on a monthly basis, and the April batch includes everything from small space solutions to accent pieces for your bedroom or living space.
Some pieces are more muted, with subtle touches to add personality, while others have brighter hues, but one thing’s for sure: It definitely feels like spring in here. Ahead, check out our favorite picks from Ikea’s new slew of items.
(And get excited for May: Ikea recently announced a new collaboration called the Innehallsrik Social Entrepreneurs Collection, which partners with skilled artisans in India to create job opportunities for the women and showcase their traditional artistry.)
Pepparkorn Vase, Grey, $5.99
A tinted lacquer and glass combo gives this delicate vase a touch of color, and the untraditional shape will make a statement on a tablescape. It can also be placed on your nightstand with a single flower for contrast.
Kanelstang Plant Stand, Rattan, $14.99
If your aesthetic lies more on the boho chic style, try this playful plant stand for all your green treasures. The textured bottom blooms out in the shape of a flower to store your largest fiddle leaf ferns, but you can also turn this versatile piece over and keep a sleek vase on top.
Nymane Wall Lamp With Swing Arm and LED Bulb, White, $34.99
For a light option that’ll blend seamlessly with your home decor, this wall lamp is your best bet. It comes with an LED bulb that can be dimmed or brightened, and the head and arm are adjustable.
Bjorksnas Nightstand, Birch, $69
This durable nightstand might look handmade, but that’s the magic of Ikea: creating objects rooted in Scandinavian craftsmanship without sacrificing on quality. A drawer and shelf make this a great option for storage-starved small spaces, and the leather pull is a unique touch. If you’re feeling crafty, the unfinished material is ripe for hacking.
Jofrid Throw, Natural, $29.99
Spring can still bring with it a semblance of chill, so a warm throw is a must. Made from a combination of sustainable cotton and linen, this one is good for the environment and your couch.
Gronlid Chaise, Inseros White, $350
Extra soft and deep, Ikea’s newest chaise lounge comes in a variety of sizes to work in any living room or bedroom. And don’t be afraid of its pure white hue, either: The removable cover allows for easy cleanup, while extra storage space below hides all your odds and ends. Pair it with the Nymane wall lamp for the ultimate reading nook.
Eneby Bluetooth Speaker, White, $49
Yes, Ikea has Bluetooth speakers now… and you’ll actually want to display them. The Eneby comes in both black and grey color combos, and it doesn’t even have buttons for a super clean look. It hides super well in your Eket shelf, too.
Bjorksnas 5-Drawer Chest, Birch, $249
Speaking of storage, this five-drawer chest will store pretty much everything, from clothes and socks to books and trinkets. DIYers will love this piece, as the natural wood finish can be stained or painted.
Snidad Basket, Rattan, $24.99
This textured basket was braided by hand, so each piece will look slightly different, but that’s part of the fun. Use it to store magazines in your living room, umbrellas in your entryway, towels in your bathroom, or throws in your bedroom: The possibilities are endless.
Trollakulla Lampshade, Blue, $9.99
We’re loving the playful vibes on this sky blue lampshade. Soft white clouds are punctuated by a silly toucan cartoon, which adds so much fun to the mix.
Djungelskog Curtains With Tie-Backs, Monkey, Green, $24.99
The selling point of these lush green curtains isn’t the adorable monkey or the tieback clips for easy opening and closing: It’s the fact that these whimsical accents are temperature-controlling, thus stopping both heat and cold from affecting the feel of the room.
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