On March 1, you may want to gather all your patience and hit your nearest IKEA.
That’s when the store launches a limited collection called JASSA.
And it’s pretty un-IKEA in the best way possible (not that we don’t have a soft spot for the Swedish staple).
Inspired by Indonesian and South East Asian design traditions, the Boho-feeling collection features a bold, eclectic mix of textiles, furniture and accessories – all created from raw, natural materials.
It includes things like pillows and cushion covers, ceramics that are sprinkle-glazed by hand (so they’ll all come out different, no matter how many of your friends have them), pendant lighting, wind chimes and hand-woven baskets.
The free-spirited collection is the result of the creative vision of five people; Dutch designer Piet Hein Eek, IKEA in-house designers Nike Karlsson, Iina Vuorivirta and Paulin Machado and Karin Gustavsson, who guided and coordinated the initiative. According to Dezeen, IKEA’s design team spent time in Indonesia learning textile-printing techniques, and in Vietnam learning basket weaving and bamboo bending.
The collection will be available while supplies last (four to six weeks).