Go for the Swedish meatballs, stay for the new arrivals.
1. SANDARED pouffe, $49.00
Pouffes are the unsung heroes of the living room — they can be used as extra seating, a comfortable footstool or a small side table. These versatile pieces are available in three different sizes and colored slip covers (which happen to be machine washable).
2. INDUSTRIELL shelf unit, $99.00/each
So long, BILLY bookcase, hello INDUSTRIELL shelf unit. This piece can be configured in a variety of ways — place it on the floor, or mount it on the wall for a look that’s minimal and organic.
3. FRANSINE cushion cover, $14.99
This Inca-inspired cushion cover is made with a mix of acrylic, wool and cotton. The muted earth tones give off a lazy summer vibe.
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4. HJÄRTELIG twin duvet cover set, $49.99/2pcs
Make like the Scandinavians do and try two single duvets on one bed. This system prevents stolen covers, and the moss green color of the duvet creates a relaxing retreat.
5. GAMLESJÖN dual-control kitchen faucet, $119.00
A modern, black matte gooseneck combined with vintage-looking, industrial knobs makes a statement in the kitchen.
6. FRIDAFORS tray table, $49.99
The folding TV tray tables you once associated with your grandparents’ family room are now a thing of the past. This new take on the classic design features a bold blue finish and a removable tray that’s great for serving finger foods at parties.
7. SNIDAD basket, $24.99
Rattan is on the rebound, and we can’t get enough of this hand-braided basket. Use it for storing extra throw blankets or pillows.
8. HATTEFJÄLL swivel chair, $199.00
Office chairs are ugly. Here, designer Monika Mulder has taken something utilitarian and made it elegant and feminine.
9. HJÄRTELIG bench with clothes rack, $79.00
Clean, angular lines paired with a solid pine surface makes this bench a design-forward dream. The built-in clothes rack is a fun touch — we could see this piece functioning well at the foot of the bed.
10. BJÖRKSNÄS chest of 5 drawers, $249.00
IKEA has finally begun to embrace the hackers. For years, savvy DIYers have been replacing those round pine knobs with trendy leather pulls, and now IKEA has done it for us — no toolset needed (well, okay, maybe an Allan wrench).
11. KUNGSFORS wall system, $1.99 – $386.74
We could all use a bit of extra storage in the kitchen. Inspired by industrial kitchens, the wall-mounted system is fully customizable, allowing home cooks to add hooks, clips, open shelving , drying racks and more.
12. ENEBY Bluetooth speaker, $49.00
Professional-grade speakers are expensive, but the ENEBY provides a “clear and powerful sound experience” at a fraction of the price.
13. HJÄRTELIG platform, $75/each
Pallet beds are insanely popular — but recycled pallets are often treated with toxic chemicals or infested with insects. Use the HJÄRTELIG platform as a coffee table, or connect them to create a single or double bed. It sure beats getting bedbugs from that pallet you found behind Costco!
14. KANELSTÅNG plant stand, $14.99
Have we mentioned that we’re obsessed with rattan? This adorable plant stand measures 11 ½ ” high and features a powder-coated steel tray to catch any spills.
15. PEPPARKORN vase, $12.99
The designer of this timeless blue vase worked alongside a professional florist to develop a product that would accommodate flowers of various heights. If you’ve ever brought home a bundle of Forsythia branches you know the struggle.