I heard about the IKEA SINNERLIG collection from a PR contact of mine. My ears pricked up when I heard that IKEA had used Acacia wood for the day bed frame. I’ve seen some Acacia wood furniture before and it really is beautiful so I was interested in finding out more about this collection.
Ilse Crawford’s new collection is a return to natural materials for IKEA. I know that this is what people want in their homes, we like to see material in it’s raw state and not covered in veneers. So I’m hoping that for IKEA at least, this is the start of more to come.
I wasn’t disappointed when the PR team at IKEA whisked the images over to me. A large collection of over 30 pieces, ranging from an affordable £4 up to £379 for the day bed. There really is something for everyone in this range. The pieces are very versatile and I will be stocking up on the fantastic mouth blown bottles. I love that IKEA have used craftsmen to blow these bottles, making each piece unique.
I’m quite excited about the cork table too, and want to pop down to IKEA to have a proper look at it as I’m looking to replace my desk with something a little darker.
At the moment, the daybed is available to purchase online, but not the other products, but this might just be worth an early morning trip to IKEA. SINNERLIG Collection.