We're Already Swooning Over IKEA's Upcoming Line of Sustainable Baskets

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Baskets! We love to see them! Especially when we need to hide all our clutter 10 minutes before guests show up for dinner. And lucky for us, IKEA will be releasing a new collection of chic and sustainable baskets.

The Tjillevips collection includes baskets made from plant fibers like rattan, banana fiber, and jute. The pieces are created by skilled artisans; IKEA stresses that this also helps to "create jobs for skilled craftspeople." You can use the baskets everywhere: in the nursery, on the kitchen counter, or near your bedside for all those books you've been meaning to read.

Here's a sneak peek at some of the stylish new additions. The Tjillevips collection will be available at IKEA U.S. stores on February 1, so get your IKEA shopping bag ready.

woven basket with black round handle
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woven basket
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woven basket with black stripe
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woven basket
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woven basket
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woven basket with green stripe
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Eva Recinos

Eva Recinos

Eva Recinos is an associate editor at Hunker. You can reach her at eva@hunker.com.