8 Best Finds From IKEA's New Arrivals

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Whether you're planning a renovation or craving a refresh, you can always count on IKEA. The beloved retailer, after all, is constantly rolling out new home items that are equal parts affordable and practical.


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Ahead, discover our top picks from IKEA's new arrivals. Happy shopping!

1. Labbsal Basket, $19.99

Thanks to the natural material of this storage basket, you'll have no problem organizing in style. It's the perfect home for items like toilet paper, records, and knick-knacks — just to name a few.


2. Ingabritta Throw, $24.99

Honestly, you can never have too many knitted blankets. This new offering is an excellent example, as it's both budget-friendly and cozy. The best part? It's available in six attractive colors.


3. Krallig Basket, $9.99

Speaking of blankets, you're going to need something to store them in. Consider this earthy braided basket made of seagrass, a grass-like plant that grows underwater.


4. Brimnes Daybed Frame, $299

If you live in a small space, multi-functional furniture is a must. This new daybed frame, for example, serves as a sofa, dresser, ​and​ guest bed.


5. Eldberget Swivel Chair, $58.98

Now, we love a good swivel chair ... but often, they're super uncomfortable. The exception is this IKEA number, which comes with a built-in seat pad.


6. Uppdatera Storage Box, $12.99

If you're the crafty type, this light bamboo box is the ultimate canvas. Simply add a wash of paint or stain to make it your own. Or, use it as is for a natural minimalist look.


7. Smedstorp Sofa, $799

Between the wooden peg legs and velvet-like fabric, this sofa is a retro lover's dream come true. Try dressing it up with bright pillows and blankets for a pop of color.


8. Kylnnon Plant Pot, $25

Warm up your home with a woven bamboo plant pot. It's even made with leftover materials, making it a wonderfully sustainable piece.


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