Spring cleaning is fast approaching.
Does your furniture bore you?
Do you dislike the color of the sofa and the lamp is outdated?
Here are the latest Ikea collaborations not to be missed.
The music group Swedish House Mafia, the British designer Ilse Crawford or even Marimekko, pillar of Scandinavian fashion and design... all have competed in creativity to liven up our interiors.
The Bastua collection by Marimekko
Head to the sauna first with the Bastua collection, available since early March.
The Marimekko brand was inspired for its design by Finnish saunas and signs a bold and colorful collection.
We find the pattern of green rhubarb leaves, a plant that sometimes grows next to saunas in Finland, or graphic stripes reminiscent of sauna benches.
About twenty pieces produced in limited quantities thus offer a fragment of Scandinavia with atypical designs such as that of the raw wood mirror which will blend perfectly into a current decor.
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The Varmblixt collection by Sabine Marcelis
Sabine Marcelis has teamed up with the Swedish giant to offer the Varmblixt collection, which is based on plays of light, colors and temperatures, in a warm shades of orange tones.
The award-winning designer also plays with geometric shapes and volumes, like for this donut-shaped orange lamp, selected by all the decoration magazines.
The pieces are less than 200 euros, with the exception of the wool rug, handmade, with sunny shades.
The collabs not to be missed at Ikea
In images, in pictures
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The Obegränsad collection
The news will delight fans of Swedish House Mafia.
The Swedish electro group has teamed up with Ikea to offer an exclusively black collection.
A minimalist floor lamp for 79.99 euros, an original clock that reinvents how to tell the time, a faux fur rug and mules, a large, well-thought-out desk, ideal for setting up their set... The group knew how to put its paw in all these pieces of character.
A collection designed by Ilse Crawford
Ikea and British designer Ilse Crawford have once again teamed up to create a set of elegant and timeless accessories made from authentic and durable materials, such as glass and bamboo.
Ilse Crawford has designed glass vases, ceramic candles and bamboo suspensions, in the vein of Sinnerlig, her flagship light fixture which has won over many decoration enthusiasts.
Count from 6 to 12 euros for a candle, 40 euros for a suspension and around 15 euros for a vase of character.
All collections are limited edition and available in more than 18 stores in France.
More information on Ikea.fr.