We have been waiting a long time for this collaboration. And if you don’t know about it, here is the lowdown.
Launching in October Swedish giant Ikea has joined forces with Danish brand Hay to create the new Ypperlig collection. Featuring furniture, vases, throws and accessories the Ypperlig collection has been designed to ‘challenge people’s perception of Ikea quality and design’
Hay has also taken on the challenge of redesigning the iconic blue & yellow Frakta bag. The size & shape has remained, with new colours including the green & white version pictured. Hay wanted to turn the bag into a ‘design object’ that customers appreciate.
We love the simplicity and muted colours of the collection, with strong design that will fit into any room. As Ikea says ‘a contemporary yet ageless collection’
Keep an eye out in store and online during October / ikea.com
Quirky and welcoming but still in contemporary grey with a lovely detail of typography on it – this great door mat from Argos is a super update for a hallway and it’s only £7.99 or on special offer of two for £15. Great to give as a gift!
Typography is big this year in interiors trends and the italic ‘hello’ is popping up everywhere across highstreet stores – on wall or window decals, prints, cushions and kitchenalia!
Message boards like these are not a new thing, and have been popular for the last couple of years, but what is exciting is when there are new colour options! This seasom Rockett St George are selling pink and white versions which we just love.
These mesaage boards are perfect for an office, living room, kitchen or kids room, update the letters to write your favourite slogans or quotes.
We love this vintage style Copenhagen clock from The Little House Shop. There isn’t much to say about it apart from it will look great in any room, particularly an industrial or mid century styled space.
In great vintage condition as is but if you fancy an alternative colour or pattern, these talented folks also offer an upholstery service. Along side upholstery and vintage pieces, the store also offer a beautiful curated range of other homewares including lighting, prints and cushions.
Looking for a different take on the hanging grid frame? We have found it. Rather than the usual design, this hanging frame is made up of two poles connected to a simple house shape, taking inspiration from architecture.
Available from The Den & Now it’s made from recycled paper and metal and has so many uses. Perfect for hanging notes in the kitchen or office, or use it to display photos in a living room or bedroom.
We are definitely added this to our shopping list.