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For its latest collection, LYSKRAFT, IKEA partnered with Dutch design duo Scholten & Baijings to reimagine some of the brand’s fan favorites. In essence, they wanted to “hack” some of IKEA’s most beloved pieces. New colors and patterns are found throughout glassware, paper products, and even armchairs, giving the collection a modern look that would fit in at the MoMA Design Store. There are even a collection of new legs for couches that bring a fun new vibe to legendary IKEA sofas. As you might expect from IKEA, nothing in the collection is pricey, with the POÄNG armchair—the most expensive item in the collection—going for just over one hundred bucks.

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