5 Exciting Finds From IKEA’s New PS 2017 Collection

Modern products to update any space.

Every three years, IKEA releases new products for its PS line, which focuses on ultra-modern design that’s still practical and affordable. The ninth collection, PS 2017, launches this February and features over 50 products created by 17 designers from around the world. PS 2017’s theme is “designed by free thinkers for free thinkers” and was created for people who reside in small spaces or live nomadic lifestyles (due to work travel or other personal interests). But, even if those two things don’t apply to you, you might still find some pieces in the line useful—there are plenty of storage and lighting solutions, too.

Take a look at some of our favorites below, and check them out in stores or online starting February.


Self-Watering Plant Pot Set

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If you don’t have a green thumb, this pot will do the work for you. The three-piece set includes an outer plant pot, inner plant pot, and a metal stand. Just plant your favorite form of greenery inside, place in a sunny spot, and watch it grow.

To Buy: $25; ikea.com.


Corner Easy Chair with Cushions

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Everyone needs a favorite chair to curl up on when reading a good book or watching TV. The neutral gray chair complements any décor—plus, it can be customized with pillows or a colorful throw.

To Buy: $199; ikea.com.


IKEA Floor Lamp

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This isn’t your average tall floor lamp—this one sits low to the ground and blends in rather than distracts. The design was inspired by old military searchlights, so it has more of a spotlight feel to illuminate the room.

To Buy: $85; ikea.com.


IKEA Storage Unit

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This utility piece can be used to store everything, including sports equipment, shoes, hardware, gardening tools, and more. Place it in your garage or laundry room for extra storage. “Without tools, screws, or fittings, you can transform the flat package into a functional storage unit in just minutes,” the designer of the piece Nike Karlsson said in a press release.

To Buy: $99; ikea.com.


IKEA Valet Stand

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The coat rack is an entryway must. This piece can hold hats and jackets, plus your keys and wallet on the dish at the top. Wheels make it easy to move around, if your space requires a bit more flexibility.

To Buy: $25; ikea.com.