BrakigCollection

This month sees the launch of Ikea’s stunning new limited edition collection BRÅKIG –  a result of a collaboration between IKEA and the creative Danish collective ArtRebels.

The collection comprises of thirty products – clever storage solutions – [my favourite are the sturdy storage boxes in geometric patterns and covetable pastel colours - £7 for a set of two] small sized furniture [super cute table trays retail at £20] to textiles [cushions from £5 and rugs £100 each] and harlequin print china and wallpaper.

Influences from Danish design and a love of Copenhagen are shown in the choice of techniques, materials and design. Natural materials such as plywood and pine are coordinated with misty pastels and sharp, graphic designs.

With a baby on the way in May and a nursery to decorate, I am beyond excited about such an affordable and stylish collection to hand at my local Ikea store… I have already begun to collect the pretty storage boxes and have my eye on the footstools and rugs…

The collection being limited, it doesn’t appear on the Ikea site – maybe it will later this month, but you can read more about BRÅKIG here. Rumours are that the collection will be in store till August but i’m not hanging around!

BrakigRugs BrakigTrayTable2

BRAKIGBrakigCushions  
BrakigPouf2
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Brakig-Stools Brakig-Round-Tray Brakig-Boxes

Comments

Comment from Morgan
Time Monday, February 10th, 2014 13:19 at 1:19 pm

This is exciting, don’t get me wrong I love Ikea but sometimes their colour schemes can be so bright and brash, it’s so nice to see some softer colours! :)

Comment from Rohini:TheBeatThatMyHeartSkipped
Time Monday, February 10th, 2014 13:32 at 1:32 pm

Exactly my friend!

Comment from Jennifer
Time Thursday, February 13th, 2014 21:08 at 9:08 pm

I do hope they bring this line to the US stores, too!
We like good design here also ;)

Comment from Karolina
Time Wednesday, March 5th, 2014 15:10 at 3:10 pm

I don’t understand it at all. The REBEL’s products are interesting and original. I found their collaboration with IKEA tottaly failure. They just explore the popular japanese ornament printing it over the plates, boxes and cups. Or maybe I did’t catch it.

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