IKEA's TÄNKVÄRD Collection Fuses Scandinavian & Japanese Design

 - Apr 1, 2019
References: ikea & fastcompany
This spring, IKEA is introducing TÄNKVÄRD as a tactile collection of natural materials and fibers, like linen and rattan. All of the pieces are made to look as if they already have a slight patina to them, fusing the elegant simplicity of Scandinavian style with Japanese design for a result that's called "perfectly imperfect."

As TÄNKVÄRD is described as being an exploration of "basic human needs through furniture and textiles," the new collection from IKEA will introduce its first-ever kimono that's said to be a wearable garment that's connected to the home.

With these furniture pieces and textiles, users are invited to experience a deeper sense of calm, a better night of rest and an emotional connection to the products.