Ikea's affordable price tags and self-assembled furniture are two features that lead many consumers to view their purchases as relatively temporary additions to their homes. But that mindset is likely to change, thanks to the brand's new Stockholm collection that launched this April. The 47-piece line is built to last, and they're made to blend into a space's existing decor. So, you're probably going to hold on to your finds for some time.
Nordic-inspired minimal designs in on-trend materials — like grain leather, mohair, and velvet — define the selection, and appear carefully balanced between bold and understated. Translation: these pieces are versatile. For instance, the black-and-white striped rug can pair well with more streamlined furnishings, while the simplistic midcentury tables would be ideal backdrops to bright accessories. And the best part? The most expensive item is a three-seat sofa at $2,249, which means that everyone can find something within their price range.
See what we're putting into our big blue bags below.
Flatwoven Rug ($499)
Rattan Armchair ($325)
Striped Blue Pillow ($24.95)
Walnut Sideboard ($599)
Blue Serving Plate ($34.95)