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IKEA launches Sammankoppla

A smart design, Sammankoppla is a multifunctional solution for small space living

IKEA, the world’s leading multichannel Swedish home furnishing retailer, unveiled the limited edition collection Sammankoppla that can help organise small space living in creative ways. Sammankoppla, which means unify, is an amalgamation of street style and home furnishing solutions, inspired by Asian culture.

“IKEA’s vision is to create a better life by offering beautiful, functional, well designed, affordable and sustainable home furnishing solutions that can meet the needs of many people with varying needs, wishes and dreams linked to their home. Small spaces and tight budgets are a common challenge all over the world. This reality for many young people made us curious to explore the task of making the most of small spaces in modern urban living. Incorporating recycled materials with sustainability and creative repurposing processes are the highlights of the Sammankoppla collection,” explains Kavitha Rao, country commercial head, IKEA India.

Sustainability being one of the biggest inspirations in the collection, IKEA designers have followed the three R’s – reuse, recycle and re-purpose. Sammankoppla is a perfect blend of Greyhound Original’s street style with Ikea’s home furnishing expertise. The collection extends from multi-functional lights, racks and chair covers to modernised Frakta bags, groovy cushions and more; it shows that imperfection can be perfect. The flat-woven rugs are made using recycled PET bottles, making them both an eco-conscious and decorative addition that adds a splash of colour and cool edge to a space.

Shop for this limited collection online on ikea.in or visit IKEA offline store or try IKEA’s Click & Collect service in Hyderabad.

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