IKEA is launching two new lines in February: PS 2017 and Spridd. While that sounds exciting for everyday people, a lot of the collection actually seems like it was designed with millennials in mind. The theme is, well, nomads.
So, you see, everything that's part of PS 2017 will make short-term housing easier (for those twenty-somethings who are still looking for a more permanent place.) We're talking a folding sofa you can hang on the wall, geometric-designed blinds and very minimalistic bar cart. Meanwhile the limited-edition Spridd line was designed by British fashion designer Kit Neale. It's colorful, quirky and inspired by music festivals.
"Whether it's living in a smaller space or moving to new spaces frequently, for these fiercely independent individuals, it's not about having more — it's about choosing things to help you make the most out of life," Janice Simonsen, an IKEA design spokesperson, told . "We are excited to offer these new collections, which are designed to free you up without weighing you down!"
Regardless, there are still a few pieces that you might be able to incorporate into your space. Here are the most interesting ones:
This storage unit ($99, ) has an urban vibe, but the best part is that it comes pre-assembled. Now that's a game-changer.
Travel much? This self-watering plant pot ($30, ) lets you leave your home without having to worry about coming home to brown leaves.
If you want a chair that's basically your own little cocoon, you need this rocking chair ($299, ikea.com).
Or maybe you'll like this chair with 18 cushions ($166.82, ). Honestly, we're not really sure how we feel about this one because it looks a bit uncomfortable, but we're not going to knock it 'til we try it.
Perhaps your home is on the smaller side? If so, this foldable coffee table ($50, ) is a must-have.
Like what you see? Both lines will be available in the United States in February.