In March, I gave you guys a sneak peek of IKEA’s new STOCKHOLM Collection (which became available for purchase on April 1st!), and it ended up being the highest traffic (and most pinned) post of the entire month. Since you guys seem to like IKEA as much as I do (in case you missed it, we were on their home improvement show last fall, which was the most fun blog project I’ve ever done), I decided to share my favorite new collections of theirs from time to time here on the blog. (And again, these posts are not sponsored. I just love my IKEA!)
This particular collection, my friends, is quite possibly my favorite ever…
My regular readers probably have a pretty good idea of my style by this point – I like simple, neutral decor, but I also love when it’s mixed with vibrant bohemian inspired pieces. And that is why I am completely smitten with IKEA’s new limited edition JASSA Collection, which was designed by Piet Hein Eek and launched a couple of weeks ago. Described as possessing “a sense of free-spirited fun” (I’m in!), it features handmade furniture, bold patterns and textiles mixed in with natural elements, and lots of other bohemian inspired goodness that I can’t wait to get my hands on. As with most of IKEA’s products, the pieces in the JASSA Collection are also reasonably priced.
I think my favorite pieces in the collection are the pendant lamp shade ($ 29.99), the speckled side plates ($ 3.95), the rattan room divider ($ 129), and all of the gorgeous cut fabric pieces ($ 14.95). Between this and the STOCKHOLM Collection, I’m counting down the days until my next IKEA excursion.