“We should be proud to copy ourselves.”

Jonas Kamprad, son of IKEA founder Ingvar Kamprad
Senior Advisor, IKEA

Back in bloom!

Embrace optimism and creativity with this vibrant floral print by textile designer Göta Trägårdh, which first appeared in the IKEA catalogue in 1971. Or opt for the real thing by displaying flowers in the SKOGSTUNDRA vase and letting the PRIMÄRSKOG plant stand transform any corner into a green oasis.

New takes on vintage designs

Find a new favourite or reunite with an old friend. Discover some of our iconic designs refreshed for the future.

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Stripes never go out of style

Bright and bouncy, the ÖNNESTAD armchair returns as one of the new additions to the Nytillverkad collection. First introduced as GOGO in the 1972 IKEA catalogue, it’s now been updated in high-strength steel, reducing the amount of steel used by half. It may have lost some weight, but none of its attitude!

From patch to hat

Cover that stubborn stain, make yourself a hat or simply spice up the boring. With the SANDETERNELL 3-metre pre-cut fabric in orange and yellow, you can create whatever you want, exactly how you want it.

Dream of endless summer

Create a flower bed with KRANSMALVA duvet cover and pillowcases. The floral pattern, by textile designer Göta Trägårdh, was first seen on bedspreads and blinds in the IKEA catalogue in 1971. Now, it blooms again on bed linens, cushion covers and 3-metre pre-cut fabric.

Old souls in new suits

At the end of the 1960s, when the MILA armchair was first introduced, life was supposed to be relaxed and cosy with reclined armchairs and spacious coffee tables. Back again as DYVLINGE, the swivel armchair now has an extra leg for stability and is ready for another spin.

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Dip or dive? You decide.

Dip your toes or dive headfirst into this new colourful selection. Whether you want it all or just need a piece, this launch allows both bold dives and shy tries. Turn heads with a sculptural armchair in steel. Or transform your living room with colour-clashing patterns on cushion covers and fabrics.

The future looks bright

The first Nytillverkad collection is characterised by vibrant colours and clean, graphic lines. These two design classics – a plant stand originally from 1957 and a coat stand from 1978 – are restyled in eye-catching contemporary shades.

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