IKEA Brings on the Color With Its February New Arrivals

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We think IKEA's got it right with its February new arrivals: bright colors to combat the cold. With prints inspired by the 1960s, there is a variety of new furniture, textiles, and decor accents to choose from that are available now.

Check out our favorite finds:

1. Rönninge Chair in Green, $89

These solid wood chairs come in the perfect shade of green. IKEA says their design is so durable that they've been approved for public use globally — not bad.

2. Rabbla Box With Compartments, $12.99

We can practically hear Marie Kondo applauding. These bamboo organizational boxes are not only pretty, but also conveniently moisture-proof, making them ideal for storing in the bathroom. Fill them with jewelry, socks, or anything you want, really.

3. Sommaraster Duvet Cover, starting at $19.99

We promised you color and '60s inspiration, did we not? This cotton duvet cover set is covered in retro flowers. It doesn't seem to be available online yet, so be sure to call your local store for more info.

4. Grimsås Pendant Lamp in White, $49.99

These globes of white flowers cast decorative patterns on your ceiling and walls.

5. Ädelhet Candlestick/Tealight Holder (set of three), $12.99

These three candleholders in varying heights are made of colorful aluminum and have funky geometric cut-outs. We're loving the color combo.

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.

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