IKEA Released a New Line of Sustainable and Affordable Furniture

 - Mar 12, 2014
References: ikea & core77
Swedish furniture chain IKEA has set to release its latest 2014 collection, a new line designed with the idea of motion and constant change in the home.

The pieces are unique to IKEA's general aesthetic and provide a quirky yet functional purpose in one's home. The idea was to reduce design back to its simplest forms to allow for sustainability, flexibility in an unconventional way of living.

Since living in the city often requires a sacrifice of space, whether it be in an apartment or home, IKEA's inspiration behind this collection was to provide functionality that fits into these consumers' lifestyles and price range.

One of the most unique pieces is the puzzle-like globe as well as a pendant lamp that opens up to reveal more light shining through. The collection also includes a ladder-like shelving unit as well as a narrow wooden bench, used for when you take of your shoes.

The designs are minimal and clean, providing young urban consumers with both visually pleasing furniture on a budget.