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Go on, forget about your phone for an hour (or two!) and tune in to your senses. Here are the materials and items that not only look good but feel good to touch and use.
Three pillows in different patterns and muted colours, shown in a sofa of natural rattan in a living room.
Close-up of the decorative pattern of a pendant lamp made of natural seagrass, hanging over a wooden table.

Explore the pleasure of natural materials

In constantly digital times, embracing the physical is essential to our well-being. Bringing more tactile surfaces into the home such as seagrass, cotton, and wood, is an easy way to engage and lift your senses. They’re nice to touch and more sustainable than many other materials. Why not relax your bare feet on a jute rug and see how that feels?
Close-up of a striped cotton pillow in beige and light brown in a rattan chair.

Above all, it feels good to touch

The softness of the bedding, the slightly coarser structure in the pillow on the sofa... feel it in your fingertips and on your skin. From hard-wearing ramie to densely woven cotton, these are textiles to surround yourself with, not just for the rational needs, but also for the emotional needs to unwind.
A cosy bed with bedlinen in white and green, two large pillows and rays of daylight coming in from the right.
Close-up of a beige pillow in natural cotton material shown next to a green paisley patterned pillow.
Close-up of a green blanket and a light grey striped fabric, shown against a red stone floor.

We love to see our customers get creative with our products. Go for it! But please note that altering or modifying IKEA products so they can no longer be re-sold or used for their original purpose, means the IKEA commercial guarantees and your right to return the products will be lost.



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