Ikea, back in the ’60s: the new limited edition collection (PHOTOS)
From Ikea back to the 60s style, but in limited edition. The vintage collection is colorful and is going to get into the store and sees the protagonists rugs, lamps, curtains and bed linen. Patterns and prints seem to bring you back in time of several years. As we anticipated, however, it is a limited edition collection. Now let's see together what are the articles that you will find in Ikea stores from the month of February.
Ikea offers a new collection with motifs and patterns that recall the ’60s, in a limited-edition collection. In particular, we find fabrics in cheerful and colorful. In particular, one of the most amusing of this collection is Sommaraster, the duvet cover in cotton. This article was designed by Emma Hagman studio Kelkka and represents the magic of the Sweden way back in the ’60s. Also the towels Jacquard Sandvilan, created line for the bathroom, the sea and the swimming pool, are characterized by fantasies funny, with flowers and colors. For these products, was chosen the cotton comes from sustainable sources and contributes to increase the work of the farmers.
For the windows we will find, however, tends Gråtistel and those Rosalill, with their bright colors. To customize perfectly in every environment it is important to also think about the carpets. Ikea offers a line of rugs short hair yellow, green, beige and turquoise. Not only, will also be available Svallerup, carpet double-face created by Kangan Arora, known designer who has also created Kongstrup, carpet and asymmetric graph by cold tones. Even the lights play a vital role in a house. The company offers Skymningen, a light, very delicate, but also charming, ideal to give an atmosphere of elegance. The lamp Grismsås, created by Marcus Arvonen, is composed of white flowers, or star marine yellow, and is able to give a touch of lightness. Finally, with regard to the kitchen, the Swedish 10-Gruppen has created graphic patterns for the doors to the kitchen Ytterbyn. In particular, to enrich this environment is the tray Framkalla, characterized by spots of color and patterns, such as polka dots and stripes.
The new collection of Ikea, which is related to the ’60s, is also composed of articles dedicated also to the rooms of children.
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