21/07/2017
Time to redecorate. Again.

Words by

Veronica Stanford

August is almost here, and while we may be heading into the coldest part of the year, the month is bringing with it some good.

Ikea has announced new additions to its catalogue and we’re already planning an interior overhaul.

Designed to create an inviting home atmosphere, there’s a focus on deep colours, gold accents and tropical prints.

Armchairs, beds and dining chairs make up the new furniture, while the range of homewares include rugs, lamps, cushion covers and blankets.

If your kitchen is in need of a spruce up, Ikea is offering sleek leather drawer handles, a new timber worktop, brass cutlery and dinnerware.

Check it out above.

ikea.com/au

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