Design lovers, you may want to head to Ikea. According to Refinery 29, the bargain home store just announced a collaboration with Hay. Ikea will start selling coveted pieces made by the contemporary, minimalist, furniture brand in late October. Refinery 29 says that the partnership with the Danish company is a perfect match for Ikea, a Swedish brand, as they're both known for their distinct clean lines. One key Hay furniture piece to look out for is a mini-sofa making a splash for it's ability to fit in small spaces.
The beginning of each month is an exciting time for Ikea fans: It's when the Swedish mega brand announces its latest product drop. This month, we are even giddier than usual, since the retailer is debuting an ultra-chic collaboration with HAY, one of our favorite home labels. The YPPERLIG collection — which means "extraordinary" in Swedish — has been three-years in the making, according Mette and Rolf Hay, the founders of the minimalist design brand. The Danish duo is known for their architectural shapes, clean lines, and mid-century-inspired aesthetic, making them a natural fit for a partnership with Ikea.
he Danish duo is known for their architectural shapes, clean lines, and mid-century-inspired aesthetic, making them a natural fit for a partnership with Ikea.
The resulting lineup is everything a design lover can dream of: Highlights include a single-mold plastic chair, a compact sofa optimized for small spaces, and a floor lamp activated by touch. Oh, and the Ikea's iconic shopping tote — which has become a fashion designer favorite — is also getting a facelift in the form of brand new colors and patterns.
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