IKEA has put together its latest 2017 PS Collection with a focus on modern home owners with a range of urbanite furniture constructed with multipurpose use and contemporary materials that are 3D-printed. The line of homeware also includes experimental patterns, shapes and styles that offer unique and one-of-a-kind looking products that greatly diverge from IKEA's traditional and well-known minimalistic aesthetic.
The 2017 PS Collection is a focused on millennial urbanites that offer individuality as well as increased functionality. The line includes staples such as a 3D-printed chair with a knitted textures, couches constructed from individual pull-apart cushions and throw pillows that can be used as a jacket.
The cutting edge use of technology and versatility to the brand speaks to young home owners seeking furniture that is more fluid and universally used in a space.
IKEA's 2017 PS Line Focuses on Modern Materials and Multipurpose Use
1. Multipurpose Urbanite Furniture - The use of modern materials such as 3D printing to create furniture that serves a variety of functions beyond traditional use can create new opportunities that appeal to younger generations.
2. Experimental Shapes and Styles - By exploring new patterns and designs outside the traditional minimalistic aesthetic, furniture brands can tap into the creative expression of their target market.
3. Innovative Textures and Fabrics - Incorporating materials such as knitted textures and unconventional fabrics can help create unique and customizable pieces that offer a personalized touch to furniture.
1. Furniture Design - The integration of 3D-printing and modern materials in furniture design can provide consumers with furniture that is both versatile and uniquely personalized.
2. Home Decor - The 2017 PS Collection's focus on individuality and functionality can inspire home decor brands to rethink traditional design conventions and prioritize the needs of younger, urban home owners.
3. Technology and Manufacturing - The use of 3D-printing and other technological advancements can revolutionize the manufacturing of furniture, prompting further innovation and efficient distribution of products.