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Decoration to highlight the present

BARKHYTTAN display boxes give contemporary art a new meaning. You can change the content in seconds. Simply tailor it to fit a special guest, a mood or a party theme. Place them together to make them stand out even more.

Mood lighting like you’ve never seen it

The soft glow of EVEDAL and FADO does wonders for the mood wherever it goes. Their organic shapes and smoked glass work great on their own, or cluster them to truly boost the effect.

Textiles fit for a gala

Textiles like those of a FÄRLÖV footstool and a SANELA cushion, with their muted colours and velvety sheen, help set the party mood just right. Mix in a pattern or something shiny to top it off.

A tray table turned glass sculpture

A GLADOM is an ideal blend of presentation and function. Besides being small and flexible, filling its trays with bottles and glasses naturally turns into a beautiful, vertical display. (Note that the bottom tray is a separate GLATTIS, and not included.) 

On top of it all

There isn’t a party around that can’t be taken to new heights with a towering pyramid of glasses. When they’re as affordable as STORHET, you’ll have money left for other things (like the edible gold we adorned our glasses with). 

Display in full bloom

Floral arrangements come in many shapes. If you’re lucky enough to have a flower surplus after a party, make an arrangement of your own. Glass vases (and domes) maximise the visual effect.
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.


Made by

Interior designer: Gretchen Broussard
Photographer: Fredrik Bjelkerud
Writer: Henrik Annemark