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Ilse Crawford for IKEA: Stunning new collection

July 26, 2015

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As the summer is slowly coming to an end, all the fall news will hit the shops come August and September. Every now again a new collection hits the spot in all ways possible – as is the case with a new collection designed by Ilse Crawford for IKEA, that I am thrilled to share with you today. Once in a while a new collection has it all; the colours, the shapes, the textures, the feel – and this new SINNERLIG line by Ilse Crawford for IKEA has it all, if you ask me. I can’t wait to see it live in stores next month and see, if it lives up to my expectations. From the look of the photos, I want to buy it all from the flower pots, the rugs, the table ware, the pillows, the lamps and most of all the day bed – if I only had the room!

SINNERLIG is divided into 3 main categories; work, dining and relaxing. Three things we all do on a daily basis. It will hit the IKEA warehouses in August 2015.

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Photos: IKEA

The collection speaks to your senses. If you are anything like me, you want to reach out and touch your screen to feel the rough seagrass rug, the cool, smooth plates and the soft pillows. The materials are very sensual – it’s an attempt to bring some balance and counterweight to all the digital appliances we surround ourselves with every day. I love that thought, and it works for me. I will definitely be lining up in IKEA come next month to get my hand on some of these items. How about you – do you see any of these items fit into your home decor?

I see a lot of references to the 70s in this collection. It’s a tendency that I’ve been noticing more and more lately. Both in the materials suck as cork, linen and twine and in the organic shapes and earth tones and colour scheme. Maybe I should write a post on this and how to fit that bohemian, laid back 70’s vibe into home decor anno 2015?

In case you missed the news, I was nominated for Blogger of the Year at Design Awards 2015 – yippie! I would be so happy if you would vote for me – more on this right here x

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5 Comments

  • Reply Gemma July 26, 2015 at 10:29

    Great post! I love this collection. Gemma

  • Reply Melafrique July 26, 2015 at 15:15

    Love the collection. Hey I would love to read your views and suggestions on how to mix the whole 70s vibe and the current vibe xxx

  • Reply Joanne Vroom July 28, 2015 at 02:33

    Great post. I am in Ikea quite a bit for my job and it is great that we are getting more earth tones and natural textures as part of their decor. Very cozy! Thanks for sharing.

  • Reply Heather August 2, 2015 at 15:14

    I LOVE this Ikea collection! The natural materials, textures, and colors, – with a clean Nordic and 1970’s vibe. I’ve just moved into “town” and giving my decorating an overhaul with this type of styling. I do believe we tire of all the cold, high tech life influences and by decorating our home in this style helps us cope. Please keep it coming! And congrats on your nomination for Blogger of the Year!

  • Reply Gabriela August 21, 2015 at 20:41

    Congratulations on the nomination for Blogger of the Year and good luck! Maybe you will win. Fingers crossed! Have a fantastic weekend!

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