Explore more evergreen designs from our past. With a new release of Nytillverkad collection, we are revisiting classics the relaxed and playful ‘60s and ‘70s created by influential designers like Karin Mobring and Gillis Lundgren.

Old souls in new suits

At the end of the 1960s, life at home was supposed to be relaxed and cosy, with soft rugs, comfortable seating and coffee tables with enough room for snacks. Now you can furnish your home with reclined armchairs, spacious side tables and high pile rugs that meet the expectations of today.

Take a trip through time

Find a new favourite from our latest colourful addition to the Nytillverkad collection. Or maybe reunite with an old friend?

SKOGSTUNDRA

vase, 27 cm, black

19,99

More options available

ÄNGSFIBBLA

cushion cover, 50x50 cm, multicoloured, dark

6,99

2,99

BULLERREMSA

rug, high pile, 133x195 cm, black grey/white

89,99

More options available

 

It spins again!

Some things are too great to stay forgotten. When the DYVLINGE swivel armchair reached IKEA customers as MILA in 1967, it was a huge success. The low, soft and reclined armchair was then nicknamed the anti-stress armchair. Now reinforced with an extra leg for stability, it’s ready for another spin. Are you?

A soft retreat from hard living room floors

The popular EPOK rug from 1958 has returned to brighten your floor and cushion your steps. Today called BULLERREMSA, this high pile rug adds warmth and comfort to your home.

Treat yourself to new dimensions

While some landed on the moon in 1969, others landed in this spacious, soft, slightly reclined armchair designed by Gillis Lundgren. The dimensions of the SOTENÄS armchair are as generous now as they were back then, giving you plenty of room for different sitting positions. It goes perfectly with the simple, functional and timeless BAGGBODA side table designed by Karin Mobring.

Pepper with patterns

Although colourless, the STRECKFLY fabric in salt and pepper has plenty of flavour. This fun monochromatic pattern by Sven Fristedt was first brought into the IKEA range as MYRTEN in 1968. This year, dress up your sofa with easily matched cushion covers or drape your walls in the 3-metre pre-cut fabric.

Divide with colourful textiles

Brighten up sofas, passages and walls with the colourful ÄNGSFIBBLA fabric. This whimsical pattern was created by Sven Fristedt in 1971 as ALFI. Now it returns in green, black and white on cushion covers and as 3-metre pre-cut fabric.

Inspired by the past, made for the future

The SKOGSTUNDRA vases were initially produced in flintware, but for the Nytillverkad collection, designer Ehlén Johansson decided to remake them in more durable stoneware. And fresh new colours!
”When we bring back an already brilliant design and still manage to improve it slightly, then we’ve succeeded.”

Rickard ”Rille” Jonsson
Innovation Engineer,
IKEA of Sweden
 

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STRECKFLY

cushion cover, 50x50 cm, black/white

4,99

2,99

STRECKFLY

pre-cut fabric, 150x300 cm, black/white

17,99

9,99 / 3 m

ÄNGSFIBBLA

cushion cover, 50x50 cm, multicoloured, dark

6,99

2,99

DYVLINGE

swivel armchair, Kelinge black

Old Price 199 €

169 €

BAGGBODA

side table, 71x50 cm, light yellow

69,99

More options available

SKOGSTUNDRA

vase, 15 cm, green

14,99

More options available

BAGGBODA

side table, 71x50 cm, white

69,99

More options available

BULLERREMSA

rug, high pile, 133x195 cm, blue white/black

89,99

More options available

BULLERREMSA

rug, high pile, 133x195 cm, black grey/white

89,99

More options available

SKOGSTUNDRA

vase, 27 cm, black

19,99

More options available

SOTENÄS

armchair, Hakebo yellow

Old Price 219 €

169 €




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