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The Swedish giant has finally teamed up with Danish furniture company Hay.
I’ve had a mini-obsession with the modernist Danish furniture company Hay ever since I wandered through their flagship store in Denmark many years ago, and I’ve always appreciated Ikea’s commitment to bringing design to the masses. Now the two have created a dream partnership with a 30-piece-strong Ypperlig collection that the Swedish giant will be releasing this month, which features storage vessels, coffee tables, lamps, benches—even a rethink of Ikea’s classic blue and yellow tote. The minimalist (spring mattress!) sofa bed here is one of my favourites, with dowel-like legs and the so-simple-it’s-beautiful seat rest and back. $799, available at Ikea, ikea.ca