Blog/IKEA's HJÄRTELIG Collection

The new HJÄRTELIG collection from IKEA takes inspiration from the rainforest

The use of stripped wood creates a rugged and effortless aesthetic.


Here, the wicker HJÄRTELIG headboard gives the space an exotic look and feel
Here, the wicker HJÄRTELIG headboard gives the space an exotic look and feel.



Sturdy rattan and wicker furniture has always been a sensible choice for the home. But now the familiar natural material has been given a modern makeover. Taking inspiration from the rainforest, the new HJÄRTELIG collection from IKEA uses natural materials such as raw timber, rattan, and wicker as well as terracotta, tortoiseshell, and glass to create a relaxing and reflective refuge that is well suited to industrial schemes.

Inspired by this feature? Why not take a look at Warehouse Home Issue Four where we celebrate the revision of retro with contemporary rattan designs.

The latest furniture collection from IKEA features raw timber, rattan and wicker

The structured HJÄRTELIG bed is well-suited to the exposed industrial elements of warehouse homes.


blackened metal and natural textures such as terracotta complement rattan and wicker in IKEA's latest furniture collection

The HJÄRTELIG collection features other tactile materials such as terracotta, bamboo, and linen.


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