It's Only February, but We're Still Here for Ikea's New Summer Collection

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We know, we know — you're currently a half-frozen icicle that'd be happy to feel even just a ray of springtime sunshine. But dreaming of summer is a pastime appropriate for any time of year, we'd say. So grab your swimsuit and beach towel and take a peek at Ikea's limited edition summer collection with us. It's rolling out this month, and in stores only (the exact day varies store by store).

The collection has a staycation theme — you know, turning your yard, terrace, or truck bed into a space rivaling the most dreamy vacation rental. It includes solar powered lighting, bedding, planters, and more at the typical, uber-affordable Ikea price point. Note that this collection is available for a limited time only, so while supplies last. This means if you see something you like, you better shoot Ikea a call ASAP to check on its availability.

The pieces in the summer collection come under the new product categories of Solleron, Solvinden, and Sommar 2018. Let us break them down for you below.

Solleron Outdoor Loveseat, $440

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Solleron Loveseat in Dark Gray
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Solleron Loveseat in Beige.

You can store extra pillows and blankets inside the Solleron outdoor couch for those chilly summer nights.

Solvinden Solar-powered Lamps, starting at $4.99

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Solvinden Solar-Powered Pendant Lamps in White, starting at $5.99
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Solvinden LED Outdoor Pendant Lamp, $59.99

From lanterns to table lamps, the Solvinden collection offers a wide range of solar powered lamps for your yard.

Sommar 2018 products, starting at $1.99

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Sommar 2018 Cushion Covers, $6
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Sommar 2018 Tablecloth, $24.99

The Sommar 2018 collection includes all the accessories you need, from scented candles to planters.

Carolin Lehmann

Carolin Lehmann

Carolin Lehmann is an Associate Editor at Hunker. She's a graduate of the Missouri School of Journalism and has previously written for HuffPost, Seventeen magazine, and a variety of local news outlets. As a studio apartment dweller, she's always on the lookout for new ways to decorate a rental on a budget.