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Ikea has collaborated with artists and interior designers in the past, but this spring and summer sees the brand’s first home collections created by fashion designers. The first collection, which launched in April, is by London-based menswear designer Katie Eary, whose bold use of colours and wild prints would brighten any closet, let alone a dinner table.

Eary’s collection for Ikea is called Giltig, and features psychedelic cat, fish and eyeball prints on tableware and textiles, like throw pillows and outrageous bedding.

Belgian designer Walter Van Beirendonck‘s collection of fabric, stationary, porcelain, rugs and pillows hits stores later this June. Known for his avant-garde, playful aesthetic, Beirendonck’s collection, called Glödande, comes with a story and cast of imaginary characters called the Wondermool who live above the clouds and work together to bring peace to earth. The prints will please both kids and grown ups (and the tiger rug is a must-have, in our opinion).

Finally, in September, the Svärtan, or “black stream” collection launches. Created by Swedish textile designer Martin Bergstrom, it features bed linens, textiles, rugs, bowls and glassware in shades of black, white and grey. Both the patterns and the physical objects were designed and created alongside students in New Delhi, India to communicate a modern image of India and its heritage. The pieces were produced using traditional methods and each piece is a work of art.

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