IKEA’s Renovated And Reimagined Ypperlig Collection

IKEA and Hay collaborated to create a range of furniture and homeware products, more than 30 items

IKEA and Hay collaborated to create a range of furniture and homeware products, more than 30 items

IKEA and Hay have released a set of images that show the full range of furniture and homeware products from their collaboration. The Ypperlig collection will be released in October 2017, and its aim was to change the perception of IKEA quality and design and make something that’s complex more simple and therefore better and less expensive.

The collection of more than 30 pieces ranges from pieces of furniture to small accessories including vases, candle holders and blankets. Key pieces in the collection include Hay’s take on a Scandinavian plank table, and a sofa inspired by a vintage 1950s piece but made from a single molded piece of foam. It also includes Hay’s redesign of IKEA’s iconic blue and yellow Frakta bag, made from a white and forest-green woven fabric, with forest-green straps. The measurements were kept and new patterns and colors were added to celebrate these iconic products, get inspired looking at them below!

Many IKEA pieces were redesigned, added colors and patterns to make them a bit different

Many IKEA pieces were redesigned, added colors and patterns to make them a bit different

These are two key pieces of Ypperlig collection, a sofa and a wooden stand side table

These are two key pieces of Ypperlig collection, a sofa and a wooden stand side table

There are also little accessories like candle holders but in the colors that aren't typical for IKEA

There are also little accessories like candle holders but in the colors that aren't typical for IKEA

Here's another piece from the collection, a wooden plank shelf for the entryway

Here's another piece from the collection, a wooden plank shelf for the entryway

A comfy IKEA mirror with a storage pocket

A comfy IKEA mirror with a storage pocket

The sofa in navy and with an eye-catchy texture

The sofa in navy and with an eye-catchy texture

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