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TÄNKVÄRD is a beautiful new range of textiles, glassware and furniture designed to celebrate craftsmanship
and make you feel good. Made using natural, sustainably-sourced materials,
these are pieces you’ll love for a long time. Read on to see what’s in store…
A person wearing a blue patterned kimono holds a large round rattan basket.
A person wearing a blue patterned kimono pouring water from a white jug into a bucket.

Designed with ‘better habits’ in mind

‘This collection is all about self-care and “better habits”,’ says Akanksha Deo, the IKEA designer responsible for all the textile pieces in TÄNKVÄRD. ‘Embracing what is calming, pleasing, relaxing – going back to basic human needs. We wanted to create something that people can form an emotional connection with, something that will make them feel homely and warm.’

“I really like the kimono – it’s an attractive piece and a new
type of product for IKEA. It comes in two sizes, medium and
large.”

Akanksha Deo, IKEA designer
A blue fabric lampshade hanging above a rattan bench.
Close-up of the corner of a rattan bench.
Blue and white patterned cushions piled up on a rattan bench and blue fabric hanging from a hook.

Touched by nature

All the TÄNKVÄRD pieces – bedding, furniture, seating and glassware – are made of sustainably-sourced natural fibre. IKEA designers Iina Vuorivirta and Nike Karlsson (pictured at the end) chose rattan for the furniture. ‘It’s wonderfully sustainable,’ says Iina. ‘It’s low-key and humble, but also distinctive. Every detail and mark tells a story.’

Tactility is central to TÄNKVÄRD. IKEA calls it ‘material
ism’ – a celebration of nature’s finest materials through
sustainable style that ages well. Textiles you want close to
your skin.

A portrait of Akanksha Deo.

“TÄNKVÄRD blends Scandinavian freshness with Japanese calm.
The result is perfectly imperfect: pieces that are a bit wrinkled
with a pre-worn handicraft feel, making each piece unique.”

Akanksha Deo, IKEA designer
Blue patterned bedding layered on a bed next to a balcony door.
Blue and white striped fabric hanging on a wooden ladder shelf leaning against a wall.
A rattan chair standing in the doorway of a rustic balcony.

Moveable beauty

‘I like to think of TÄNKVÄRD as the rawness of nature brought indoors,’ says designer Iina Vuorivarta. ‘Everything is simple in its design, yet so functional.’ Rattan is light and easy to move around from room to room, meaning it’s flexible, sturdy and adapts to your changing needs beautifully.
A group of people handling rope and materials in a warehouse with rattan furniture.

“Rattan is one of my favourite materials – it grows fast, brings
livelihood to local communities in Indonesia and is naturally beautiful.
We want our designs to highlight that natural beauty.”

Iina Vuorivirta and Nike Karlsson, IKEA designers
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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