05/09/2016
Dark, moody, sleek.

Words by

Veronica Stanford

Ikea’s latest drop of homey goodness has once again proven why it’s the furniture store of the gods.

Svärtan takes inspiration from India’s urban landscapes, to present a collection that goes beyond the colourful nature of the city.

The product line was developed in collaboration with Swedish textile designer, Martin Bergström, alongside fashion students from the National Institute of Fashion Technology in New Delhi.

The collection itself is dark and sleek; presented in white, grey and charcoal. It spans bed linen, textiles, rugs, bowls, glassware and small furniture, like coffee tables and stools.

You can shop Svärtan in stores now. View the full collection here.

ikea.com/au

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