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Snap Up These Must-Have Designs From IKEA's New 2018 Catalogue

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Home & Design Editor
Updated: 9 August 2017
For design lovers, the launch of IKEA‘s new catalogue is an exciting prospect and this year doesn’t disappoint. With exciting collaborations, innovative, sustainable products and affordable luxury items, here are the key pieces that are worth investing in.

MYRHEDEN frame, £12/$14.99

This statement frame would be a fab addition to a home office, with handy clips to hang up your favourite photos, postcards, prints and notes.

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TILLAGD 24-piece cutlery set, £40/$49

With so many people Instagramming their food right now, dinnerware design has naturally stepped up a notch. Brass and rose-coloured cutlery is hot right now, but usually costs a pretty penny; this range is affordable, plus you can bung it in the dishwasher when your dinner party’s over.

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BACKIG dinnerware; from £1.50/$1.99

Again, these plates and bowls are bang-on trend, with dark dinnerware making a comeback. These are also great for the eco conscious as they’re partially made from glass from IKEA factory scraps.

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ODGER chair, £65/$99

Another sustainable design from IKEA is this clever composite dining chair, which is made from a mix of wood and plastic that comprises more than 50 percent recycled material – plus it’s pretty good to look at, too.

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KRÖNGE low-pile rug, £250/$449

Handwoven by craftspeople in India (IKEA promises ‘good working conditions and fair wages’), each one of these pure wool rugs is unique. It’s a great statement piece that will inject a bit of colour and fun into a neutral living room and instantly update an existing scheme.

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KVISTBRO storage table, from £25/$24.95

This clever product doubles up as a stylish side table while also working as a practical storage solution for your favourite books, blankets or magazines – plus, at least you know what’s in there!

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BEGÅVNING glass dome, from £6.95/$9.99

Inspired by the Victorian obsession with decorative displays, these bell jars have had a huge revival, whether you’re displaying flowers, terrariums, photos, taxidermy or other treasured items. The metallic base gives it an ultra-modern twist.

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MAJBRITT cushion cover, £4.50/$6.00

Part of IKEA’s fun new range of cushion covers, this one is especially fun and an easy way to pep up your sofa – team it with the new VÄGMÅLLA throw (£13/$24.99) for a super cosy and comfortable place to curl up on winter evenings.

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MAJORNA floor and table lamps, from £9

These totem-pole-like sculptural paper lamps are strong and sturdy despite appearances and create a lovely warm glow. Mix and match the different styles to create an ambient atmosphere.

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ÖSTERNÄS leather handles, from £10/$9.99

Give your kitchen a quick and simple makeover with these on-trend leather handles – they’ll transform dull units into a stylish and sophisticated kitchen that’ll look more expensive than it actually is.

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The full catalogue will be released from early August. In the meantime, why not check out this IKEA kitchen, which is made out of recycled plastic bottles.