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Coming to Ikea: The Return of a Cult Stool (and More)

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 21, 2014 01:09 AM
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by Alexa Hotz last modified Jan 20, 2014

Just in time for spring, Ikea is introducing a new collection of pastel furniture and tabletop accessories in stores on February 1. The collection is called Bråkig—that's Swedish for "rowdy"—and includes a US-available reissue of the Frosta Stool, a design directly influenced by the iconic  Alvar Aalto Stool 60 (though the Frosta has four legs rather than of three). Here's a sneak peak at some of our favorite items in the forthcoming  Ikea collection (note that product names and prices are not yet available). Above: A set of minimalist open shelves in the palest shade of rose. Above: We predict a run on this covetable desk made from copper-toned sawhorses and a simple piece of ply. Above: The Frosta Stool , currently in full birch ply for £8 each in the UK, has not been available in the US for some time. With the introduction of the Bråkig collection, the stool is back with seats painted in pastel colors. Above: The Frosta Stool with a pale pink seat. Above: This set of two-toned rugs have a strong resemblance to a Remodelista favorite, the Kavir Carpet from German design company e15. Above: A pine wood dresser, ideal for a playful setting such as a kid's room, has a mismatch of colorful knobs and sits on orange-painted legs. Above: The underside of a plywood bench reveals a stealth hit of color. Above: Chairs in natural birch veneer and pastel colors are inspired by Shaker-style dining chairs. Are you an Ikea addict? See our recent post on their Industrial Chic Lighting collection and shop all our favorite designs from the store in our Product  section. Also don't miss Superfront: An Instant Upgrade for Ikea Cabinets .






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