It's that time of year, when the IKEA lovers in your life start obsessively checking their mailbox in anticipation of the brand new catalog, full of new takes on Scandinavian decor and unconventional design inspiration. Maybe it's you checking your mailbox, every day — but we're not judging!
We couldn't be more in love with IKEA's 2018 collection. The theme this year? "Making room for life." Check it out for yourself in stores on August 2 and online August 7. In the meantime, here's a sneak peek of what's to come.
"Regardless of wallet size or living space, 2018 is about enabling you to make more room for the things you love in your life," says IKEA. To them, making a room for life is all about personalizing every detail to make your life easier, more fun, and as design-friendly as possible.
Pictured here: SLEKT Series
They're launching a variety of room sets in 2018 that allow you to select a combination of products that "focus on the little, affordable things that really make a difference." Whether that means switching to a new color palette or just making your space feel more personalized, their decor packages have got you covered.
Pictured here: MAJBRITT Cushion Covers
From product designer Aaron Probyn comes various sets of tableware that are incredibly on-trend (hello, blush pink!) while still exuding timeless flair.
Pictured here: TILLAGD 24-Piece Cutlery Set In Brass
"It’s about offering you an affordable product that is so much more than affordable — it’s versatile, durable and attractive. It takes you from dreaming to doing," says IKEA.
Pictured here: KOARP Armchairs
"It's about looking beyond the walls of your home and not letting them determine what you want it to be," says IKEA. "It prompts you to ask yourself what it is you want more room for in your life — whether it be friends and family, nature, relaxation, or maybe a bit of extra room to do nothing at all."
Pictured here: MYRHEDEN Frame
Be a conscious consumer with their new kitchen products that are made from recycled wood and PET bottles. Various other furniture designs are made from recycled materials, too.
Pictured here: BACKIG Dinnerware Series
The experts in multi-purpose furniture and genius storage are here to bring even more ways to revolutionize your small living space.
Pictured here: VISTHUS Chest Of Six Drawers
Like this wood-and-plastic chair, with a sleek curved bowl seat that is designed for comfort and was sit-tested by a wide range of people. It's available in a range of colors, and is the kind of piece that will fit into your decor no matter how often you decide to switch up styles.
Pictured here: ODGER Chairs