Ikea’s latest collection is inspired by Moroccan patterns

Ikea has just presented a new collection created in collaboration with the English designer and artist Jennifer Idrizi.

To conceive this new collection, called HEMBJUDEN, the designer was inspired by the patterns and colors of Morocco, creating objects that represent a merger between Middle Eastern culture and traditions and Scandinavian design.

The new collection will be on sale in a limited edition.

The HEMBJUDEN collection combines Moroccan traditions with the typical modern and Scandinavian style of Ikea.

The collection includes decorations and accessories for the living room and for the table: cushions of different shapes, a table collection, vases, textiles and other accessories. It is characterized by colorful patterns, with typical Moroccan hues such as klein blue, red and yellow, and by the geometric motifs inspired by the colors and shapes of Moroccan tiles.

The plates and bowls are instead decorated with a traditional Moroccan motif revisited in black and white.

The collection also includes proposals for the bathroom. Scented candles and soft Moroccan-style towels will make this room a relaxing place for guests as well.

Photography by Ikea.


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