This web page requires JavaScript to be enabled.

JavaScript is an object-oriented computer programming language commonly used to create interactive effects within web browsers.

How to enable JavaScript?

Bring nature into the home through textiles with IKEA

Blog post -

Bring nature into the home through textiles with IKEA

When updating your home, you don’t need to make huge changes. With the smallest of new additions, you can easily spruce up your interiors to suit the season. Welcoming in new and fresh textiles is one of the simplest yet most impactful ways of doing this, breathing new life into your interiors to suit the warmer months.

With IKEA’s offering of beautiful textiles coming in a variety of textures, patterns and colours, it’s never been easier to embrace nature and exude a fresh floral spirit in the home.

Carole McSeveny, Sales Leader for Textiles for IKEA UK and Ireland, says:

“With spring approaching, it’s a wonderful opportunity to refresh our interiors and bring an element of the outdoors inside. Floral textiles are a simple and affordable way to emulate the tranquil and comforting essence of nature into one’s interiors, instilling a serene ambiance in one’s living spaces.

“Create a romantic yet subtle look with the PRAKTBRÄCKA quilt cover, with its embroidered details inspired by 18th century patterns from the Museum of Printed Textiles in France. Even better, you can enjoy its softness and cosiness knowing that 100% of the cotton comes from more sustainable sources. To help create a tranquil oasis at home, the JUNIMAGNOLIA quilt cover and pillowcase is another great option, with its warm earthy tone and natural material ensuring a good night’s sleep.”

“Furthermore, add a whimsical touch with IKEA’s ROTFJÄRIL cushion cover. Its delicate butterfly design makes it a statement piece that works across the whole home from bedroom to living room, with its ramie material giving a rustic feel.”

“In addition to floral patterns, leaf prints are a lovely way to add a lush ambiance to one’s home. Simply drape IKEA’s ALPKLÖVER curtains and roll out the HILDIGARD rug to make you feel cocooned in a woodland environment.”

Please find a selection of nature-inspired textiles from IKEA below. For more information and for high-res imagery, please do get in touch. To explore more new wonders, visit ikea.co.uk.

Thanks,

Amber

PRAKTBRÄCKA
Quilt cover and 2 pillowcases
£35

Bring floral patterns into the home with ease with a bedding update
ROTFJÄRIL
Cushion cover
£4.50


This charming and bold butterfly design will help bring the outdoors into your living space
ALPKLÖVER
Curtains
£19


These curtains are the perfect spring update for your living room or bedroom
JUNIMAGNOLIA
Quilt cover and pillowcase
£19

Soft and earthy tones make this bedding ideal for welcoming in the new season
HILDIGARD
Rug
£35


Step into nature with this striking rug with a leafy design
GILLHOV
Cushion cover
£13


Add a bold yet delicate statement with this cushion cover
FILODENDRON
Fabric
£5/metre


Get creative and make your own floral creation with this patterned fabric
TOVSIPPA
Quilt cover and 2 pillowcases
£27

The flowers seem to be floating on a gentle breeze, bringing a fresh and airy feeling to any room
FILODENDRON
Quilt cover and 2 pillowcases
£40

This bedding feels crisp and cool against the skin, allowing the most peaceful slumbers

Subjects


Want to continue receiving inspirational interiors ideas and updates from the IKEA PR Team?Your email address is on our contact list as it has been proactively added by yourself to the Gorkana Media Database, and you have agreed to their terms and conditions. Alternatively, you have proactively emailed us asking to be added to our media lists. If you would prefer to no longer receive email communications from us, please let us know by responding to this email.The intellectual property rights in and to the enclosed digital images are the sole property of Inter IKEA Systems B.V. Ordered images from the IKEA image library are for one time use only. After using the digital images for the purpose intended, they should be deleted from any storage media. It is not permitted to store the digital images in order to use them on later occasions. A new order must then be placed with the IKEA image library. As a user of IKEA Image House I am aware there are some images in the database which it is not allowed to published at this time. I also accept that publishing before this date is not allowed without permission from Inter IKEA Systems B.V.