What to Snag at Ikea’s Massive Winter Sale
The must-have essentials for every style and space.
Updated Sep 29, 2021 7:53 AM
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The sale, which will last from December 26 to January 10, means we’ve got a bit of leeway for picking and choosing just what we want. Overwhelmed? Don’t fret. We swept through the entirety of the products eligible for sale to unearth the ultimate steals that belong in your home. From the small-space essentials to the smaller yet necessary, everyday items, here’s what we’ll be adding to our carts.
OPPLAND queen bed frame $299 (was $449.00)
In need of a new bed frame? Look no further than this cozy stunner. The stained ash veneer will impart your space with a bold dynamic, providing depth courtesy of the wooden finish. The padded headboard also comes with a removable cover, which is a major bonus for those who love to read or watch TV in bed.
DYNANA shelf unit $31.99 (was $39.99)
Whether you’re using it as a source for storage for your makeshift entry or a towel shelf for the bath, this sleek piece is a must for those lacking space. Its adjustable features allow it to be melded to fit in just about any tight corner or cramped area, earmarking it as a must-have for a small space.
STOCKHOLM coffee table, $99 (was $199)
A new coffee table that rings in at less than $100 is no deal to pass up on. Featuring a solid walnut and walnut veneer composition, this streamlined piece can work within a variety of decorative styles.
BJÖRKSNÄS cabinet $125 (was $249)
Entry storage, china cabinet, bookshelf. The myriad ways that this versatile piece can be used is reason enough to make the purchase—its hefty price cut is an added bonus. Composed of solid wood, the cabinet comes with adjustable shelves and a sleek glass door.
HIMMENE sleeper sofa $249 (was $449)
A sleeper sofa that isn’t sore on the eyes can be hard to find. Luckily, this cozy number happens to be on sale. From its ability to convert to a spacious bed to the roomy built-in storage underneath (perfect for housing pillows and extra bedding!) this is one combo every small-space dweller needs.
SMAKGLAD flatware set, $14.99 (was $29.99)
A sleek and contemporary flatware set at a price point like this is pretty hard to come by. This 20-piece set comes with a fork, knife, spoon, teaspoon, and salad fork, and it will instantly elevate even the most modest of tablescapes.
FJÄLLA box with lid, $1.99 (was $3.99)
We’re all for making 2018 the year we get a better handle on the existing clutter within our homes. In the market for a smart and style-focused storage solution? The Fjalla lidded box is just the thing. Not only will it impart your space with a neat and tidy finish, but it can seamlessly integrate itself within a variety of furnishings or shelves.
SKÄRALID open storage, $74 (was $149)
An open storage solution means that you can easily fit it in into just about any spot of your home. Case in point? Here, it’s used as a helpful extension for an otherwise compact kitchen island, offering up plenty off added room to store an array of culinary accessories.
TROFAST storage, $76.79 (was $80.99)
A successful storage solution for the playroom begins with a unit that is flexible enough to house the little ones’ ever-growing toy collection. Plus, one that they can easily work with during clean-up time. This sturdy unit, with its easy-to-remove storage boxes will help them do just that.
IKEA PS 2017 sleeping bag, $29.99 (was $49.99)
Calling all outdoor enthusiasts! From Ikea’s latest PS collection, a beautifully bright and colorful take on an overnight essential, which will surely elevate your next camping experience. The warmth factor simply goes without saying. And the best part? You can zip two of them together, to create a double sleeping bag.
IKEA PS 2014 rug $79 (was $139)
A cozy floor piece featuring a vibrant color detail or pattern is always a win in our book. This handwoven rug boasts an intricate geometric print, which will lend a pop of personality to just about any room.
IKEA PS 2017 LED floor lamp $79 (was $99)
Shorter days call for additional sources of lighting, and this LED floor lamp is exactly what we had in mind. Add on the fact that you can easily switch up the direction of the light, and we’re sold.
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