9 Must-Have Products From IKEA’s 2018 Catalog
Next year is all about space-saving, efficient pieces.
It’s that time of year again—the midsummer debut of IKEA’s 2018 catalog. Every iteration has a theme and the newest one is “Make room for life,” which highlights the furniture, storage solutions, and decor pieces that help people use their space efficiently. While there are plenty of new bedroom, bathroom, and kitchen options to choose from, the catalog’s big focus is the living room—you’ll see new sofa offerings for every type of living space, from deep, plush sectionals to seating with built-in shelves and storage.
“We are encouraging people to make space for their needs and dreams,” Shideh Hashemi, marketing manager at IKEA U.S., said in a press release. “As homes rapidly change to fit our lifestyles, we want to inspire and enable people to make room for the things they love in life.”
The catalog will be available in stores on August 2nd and online on August 7th. Here’s a sneak peek at our favorite products.
STOCKHOLM 2017 Sofa
This might be the most luxe sofa that IKEA has ever created. With an extra deep seat, soft velvet material, and plenty of cushions, it’s perfect for lounging and napping. Choose from dark blue, dark gray, and orange colors.
To buy: $1,299; ikea.com.
NYBODA Coffee Table
For a minimalist look, try this sleek coffee table. It’s completely versatile—the top is reversible so you can change up the look when you think your space needs an update.
To buy: $50; ikea.com.
Open shelving allows you to really put your items on display. Mount this shelf on the wall of your kitchen, living room, or even home office—it will work with just about any room. There are various models available, including ones with cabinets.
To buy: $100; ikea.com.
LAMPAN Table Lamp
At just five bucks, this stylish metallic lamp is a total steal. Place this compact accent on a side table or nightstand to provide a soft, cozy glow in the room. It also comes in white, blue, and silver colors.
To buy: $5; ikea.com.
This environmentally sustainable chair is made of wood and plastic (with more than 50 percent of the plastic recycled). Use it for your dining room, or as an extra seat in your living room. Choose from brown, beige, or blue colors.
To buy: $75; ikea.com. (available in August)
Perfect for studio apartments and small spaces, this sofa has storage shelves so you stash books, magazines, your TV remote, and so much more. Share a seat while hanging out, or use it for solo lounging.
To buy: $399; ikea.com.
This is a sleeker take on the bulletin board. Hang it up in your kitchen or entryway to display mail, important flyers, or your kids’ artwork. The hooks at the end will make it easy to hang your keys. For those with creative careers or hobbies, this also can work as an inspiration board, too.
To buy: $15; ikea.com. (available in August)
STOCKHOLM 2017 Chair
Island style gets a Scandinavian twist with this rattan chair. Use it as an accent piece to pair with your existing sofa. And while some rattan seating isn’t exactly comfortable, this one has pocket springs to support your body. The cushion also comes in white.
To buy: $249; ikea.com.
We might use our phones to set our alarms and tell time now, but there’s something about having a good old-fashioned clock for some eye-catching detail. This brass-hued accessory has a retro-glam style that will look good on your nightstand.
To buy: $13; ikea.com. (available in August)