Furniture designers don’t often get the chance to correct their mistakes: Their products are on the market for a couple of years and, with few awesomely popular exceptions, eventually get dropped from their manufacturers’ catalogs to make room for new stock. But Ikea, the go-to big box for affordable Scandinavian design, has given its designers the opportunity to revise their work (as well as that of their predecessors), adding increased functionality and sustainability.
We just got the news that IKEA is launching a limited edition collection called ARGANG which includes "greatest hits" selections of furniture and accessories from throughout their 70 year design history. We've got pics and prices fo... Read Post
As you know, the 2015 IKEA catalog drops on doorsteps next month. The digital version, however, is available starting July 24. New for this year, users will also be able to save lists of their favorite products from the digital cata... Read Post
Since the 2012 IKEA Catalog was launched, we decided to brake it down into categories, so you guys could have an easier access to the products presented by the giant furniture manufacturer. Here are a few bedroom ideas that caught o... Read Post