Take a peek at IKEA’s new catalogue (and see all the things we want to buy from it)
21st Aug 2018
Say hello to the 2019 IKEA catalogue!
Hitting shelves from this September, the new catalogue is bursting with ideas and suggestions, as well as plenty of new products. Imagining seven different homes, from a small 16-square-metre flat and a holistic city dwelling to a sustainable family home, IKEA is celebrating difference and emphasising the importance of a practical, considered home that works for you.
Here’s the pick of our favourite shoppable homes.
Blow Your Own Trumpet
Hello clutter! Listen, we know the Scandi vibe is all about less-is-more and your home is your temple etc., but sometimes you just need a space that’s got your personality splashed all around. This clever little space is full of eclectic ideas for storage and display, as well as how to combine colours and textures for added depth.
Holistic Haven in the City
A neutral palette of soft hues and natural fabric, this space is designed as a retreat from hectic city life. Integrated storage makes it feel calm and collected, while the timber textures warm up pale colours.
MELHOLT rug, €60. METOD kitchen with ASKERSUND light ash effect doors, VEDDINGE white doors, drawer fronts, MAXIMERA soft-closing drawers and TUTEMO open cabinets, from €653. FJÄLLBERGET conference chair, €150, LISABO table, €150.
Limited Space, Unlimited You
This home is all about creating personality in a small space and we particularly love this bathroom. It’s nothing fancy, functional and neat but it’s also so much fun! Lots of storage options allow you to go big on colour without it looking fussy.
Turning Over A New Leaf
With a focus on sustainable creativity, this home is bursting with great ideas, from home-grown vegetables to clever co-living and co-working spaces, it’s a movable feast of multi-functional elements.
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