Ikea’s Winter Line Proves that Iceland is the New Scandinavia
Muted tones, classic patterns, and an aesthetic that will inspire a holiday refresh.
Updated Nov 9, 2018 10:16 PM
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It’s no secret that we’ve had a long-standing infatuation with Scandinavian decor. Even as bold patterns and primary palettes make their way into this year’s trends, we will still find it hard to pass on a beautifully minimalist, whitewashed space. While nothing can quite compare to the impact thatScandinavian style
has had on decor trends in recent years, there’s a fresh aesthetic looking to steal the spotlight. Well, according to Ikea, anyway.
In anticipation of the upcoming holiday season, the Swedish retailer just released its 2017 Winter collection, drawing inspiration from the rugged landscape of Iceland. The collection boasts an understated palette of muted blues and cool grays coupled with classic patterns that feature a dynamic spin on traditional design. Regardless of the occasion, the line promises versatility with an element of timelessness that can’t be matched. Read on to discover our favorite pieces from the new collection, and how to bring them into your home.
Strala LED lantern, $19.99
Duvet cover and pillowcases, $19.99
Roligt champagne cooler, $19.99
From chocolate molds to festive pastry cutters, the Bakglad series promises a holiday season abundant with the sweetest treats. After all, what’s better than giving someone a bundle of cookies, straight from the oven?
Dish towel, $4.99
Find more inspiration:
The Very Best of What’s New at Ikea, This Month 10 Reasons It’s Not Too Early to Think About the Holidays The Ikea and Hay Collaboration Is Finally In Stores