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Shopper’s Diary: New PS Collection from Ikea

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Shopper’s Diary: New PS Collection from Ikea

Julie Carlson May 25, 2009

From Julie & Francesca:

Last January, Emma’s Design Blogg posted a first look at the new PS Collection from Ikea, setting off a chain reaction on the web. We were pleased to finally see the whole lot on display at last week’s ICFF; even more appealing (and covetable) in person than expected. An Ikea representative told us that the collection will be available in select US stores (New York, San Francisco, Chicago, LA) in August (most pieces are available in Europe now). We especially like the blankets and the fabrics by the yard by Japanese textile designer Kazuyo Nomura.

Above: Ikea PS beech and aluminum Bruse coffee table; designed by Christian Hallerod.

Above: Ikea PS 100 percent linen Tott Textiles; designed by Kazuyo Nomura; available in bleached/black or unbleached/white.

Above: Ikea PS Sticka Blanket; designed by Kazuyo Nomura.

Above: Ikea PS Saga Chair; designed by Nike Karlsson, available in gray or red stained solid beech.

Above: Ikea PS 100 percent cotton Batik Textiles; designed by Kazuyo Nomura, available by the yard in gray and white or indigo and white.

Above: Ikea PS August Bench; designed by Nike Karlsson of beech with a leather cushion. The bench can also be used as a recliner; fold up the backrest and choose from three reclining positions.

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