IKEA’s Fall/Winter Collection with Sustainable Products and Primary Colors

IKEA has only just released its new 2020 catalog and already they’re bringing us more design news by releasing the winter collection of 2019.

In the new collection IKEA embraces the Scandinavian roots with minimalistic and functional products. Modern meets traditional in richly patterned textiles, proud storage furniture and interior details with great craftsmanship.

While I am not a big fan of the primary colors that also appeared in their new catalog, I do get excited by the new tableware and the LOMMARP line with traditional furniture in a beautiful green shade (and also available in cream white). Come take a look at the new products that will launch this fall and if you’ve missed the IKEA 2019 catalog than you can just click here to see all the pictures!


The RAMSELE pendant lamps are a sure design statement in shapes that resemble a magical flower or geometric masterpiece. Made with sheets of felt or textile, the shapes change in an exciting way and the light is dimmed when the cords are pulled.

The onion shaped RISBYN pendant lampshade is made of white rice paper with a thin pattern that becomes more visible when lit, while the lamp spreads a diffused and decorative light.

The ODGER swivel chair is made of recycled plastic and renewable wood. The chair is available in beige and black.


A traditional look combined with an urban attitude and you have LOMMARP series. The series features a simple, yet beautiful crafted design that makes the pieces fit as well into a modern flat as into a country house. The desk, bookcase, cabinet and cabinet with glass doors are available in subtle beige or dark bluegreen. (available in IKEA stores in december)

The foil on the BODARP kitchen fronts is based on recycled PET-bottles. And when the fronts were produced, they used 100% renewable electricity.

History comes together in GODTAGBAR ceramics that take their shape from traditional functional items. There are vases of different sizes and a candlestick, all made of durable, handpainted stoneware. The vases are inspired by iconic and robust forms such as old mason jars and milk jugs.

The Scandinavian floral pattern on the KRATTEN shower curtain is printed on densely woven polyester fabric based on recycled PET bottles.

What do you think? Do you like the new IKEA Fall & Winter collection? There are certainly a few interesting items for me, I love the textures with the traditional Scandinavian patterns and as I said before the dinnerware and LOMMARP series is definitely a hit for me! If this isn’t your thing you won’t have to wait long because the IKEA Christmas collection will be released soon!

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