Wood, and pine especially, has been a key resource for IKEA from the start. But with big volumes come great responsibility. We asked Ulf Johansson, IKEA Global Wood Supply Forestry Manager, about the material itself, and how it’s sourced.
Get a sense of the season’s trending interior styles and learn how to bring them into your home. Here we focus on colours and materials – see Part II for textures and patterns.
Get inspired by the season’s trending interior styles and learn how to bring them into your home. Here we focus on textures and patterns – see Part I for colours and materials.
British designer Aaron Probyn was inspired by retro Scandinavian interiors to create a new lighting series that combines beautiful, high-quality materials with clever functionality.
Quickly create a personal look with a range of outdoor floor decking in different materials and colours. They click together, so it is easy to upgrade your outdoor flooring.
Bring comfort in this September. We’re welcoming in autumn with natural materials, soft textures and light colours.
It’s not always easy to shop with sustainability in mind. But if you are planning on a needed room re-do – or simply want a super comfortable and calm bedroom – we have products that are made with materials and processes that are more planet- friendly.
The young family who live here have tailored this small space to their specific needs and interests – with a strong emphasis on simplicity, time-enduring design and natural materials.
Living more consciously at home can be as simple as the materials you choose. Find out why wool makes a better choice - for the environment, your home and skilled rug weavers in India.
Design using sustainably sourced, renewable natural materials is a trend for now - and the future. Three IKEA designers have created a trio of new pieces that bring the natural expression of classic rattan to life, with a modern twist.
A wedding is the best of both worlds. Two people aiming for eternity, yet very much here and now. In our take, we connect timeless ideals with the colours and materials that tickle our fancy in spring of 2019.
By 2030, all materials used by IKEA will be renewable or recycled. Staking its claim in this sustainable movement is KNIXHULT, a family of handcrafted bamboo lamps, out this April. Follow their inspirational journey…
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…
Blue is this season’s coolest colour, bringing a breath of fresh air indoors. Combine this pick of favourite blue buys with natural materials for a feel-good new look.
Let bold colours collide with unexpected patterns, throw in soft shapes and a playful mix of materials and stir it all together. Then put your own twist on what’s in trend right now.
This autumn, create a personal and optimistic mood with unexpected and exaggerated colour combination and materials. Make small but bold updates to refresh your home for the darker months ahead.
As an oasis at home, you need the right furniture so your outdoor area feels more comfortable. Outdoor table becomes one of the important furniture to put your favorite book or coffee when you want to get relaxed. There are many choices of outdoor tables, from plastic to metal, but the wooden table is the perfect choice. Natural material like wood is very suitable for your outdoor ambience and still look beautiful even though it’s been used for years. If you want to buy a wooden table for outdoor area, you need to know about the advantages of each outdoor table.
A good night’s sleep starts from a good quality bed. Not only the materials (springs, memory foam, foam, latex), selecting the right bed size is an important part of the mattress buying process.
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.
Get a sense of the season’s trending interior styles and learn how to bring them into your home. Here we focus on materials & form – see Part I for more on textiles and patterns.
It’s summer, it’s time to retreat your family. Prepare your bedroom for hot days with cool products. With mattresses in natural materials, bedlinen, and block-out curtains that deflect the heat, you can dream away comfortably. And stay home. Please, do not disturb.