This month, Ikea introduces two new collections for spring—
Tänkvärd, as well as their April releases—inspired by natural materials, self-care, and sustainability. As usual, the high-design, low-budget offerings don’t disappoint (and many are made from the trendiest material of the spring: bamboo).
Here’s what we’re coveting, including three woven lamps we all want.
Above: All of us on the Remodelista team are admiring the trio of Knixhult lamps, available as pendant light ($39.99), floor lamp ($49.99), and table lamp ($24.99). All three are designed with minimal waste in mind, woven using the darker types of bamboo that are usually discarded. Above: The Kaffeböna series of plant pots are also made of bamboo, woven in a small village in Vietnam. They’re currently discounted for Ikea Family members, and range in price from $3.49 for the tiniest size, measuring 4 and a quarter inches tall, to $22.49 for the largest, measuring 13 inches tall. Above: The Tänkvärd Room Divider is reminiscent of a Shaker drying rack and can serve multiple purposes in a small space. “My own name for this piece was ‘open wardrobe’,” says designer Iina Vuorivirta. “There’s something about how you can hang your clothes on it in an easy, casual way that feels very right with the whole atmosphere of the Tänkvärd collection.” It’s made of rattan and is $89.99. Above: A subtly striped Tänkvärd Rug is $29.99 for the 3-foot-by-8-foot size. Above: The Tänkvärd Hook epitomizes stylish organization; each is $4.99. Above: One of our favorite small offerings: the well-priced Tänkvärd Carafe with Glass, $8.99. “Its soft shape is a calm presence on the nightstand, where it’s easy to reach for in the night,” the retailer says. Above: A detail of the Knixhult Table Lamp.
More Ikea products we’ve taken note of recently (and have in our carts):