The limited edition collection is inspired by an uncomplicated approach to life. According to Ikea, “Hjärtelig invites us to press the ‘pause’ button, if only for a little while, on a daily life that’s often hectic, complicated, and online. Whether to practice some yoga, tend to a plant, or simply relax amongst beautiful, natural materials, the Hjärtelig collection is about the moments [that allow us] to refocus and revitalize ourselves.”
Andreas Fredriksson and Maja Ganszyniec have designed the collection with wellbeing in mind—and not just that of homeowners. They highlighted natural, sustainably-sourced materials, like rattan, seagrass, cotton, and cork, to help bring texture into the home in a responsible way. It’s a move in line with Ikea’s
Hjärtelig’s focus on relaxation features in numerous ways, from smaller pieces like luxe-feeling linen bedding and herbal scented candles to larger items that serve a more transformative purpose. The sheer bed canopy, for example, is meant to make one feel more peaceful by sectioning off the sleeping area from the outside world.
Other pieces, such as the dual-purpose bench and clothing rack (or the wooden hangers) aim to improve your wellbeing via a more organized living environment. And if you need a little more than a clean wardrobe or covered bed to achieve maximum relaxation, Hjärtelig’s got you covered: There are multiple tools for yoga and meditation in the collection, too.
“To create the Hjärtelig collection, we looked into various aspects of wellbeing, from defining personal space and safer exercising to staying hydrated. We are hoping this collection will help us take a deep breath,” Ganszyniec tells Domino.
This story was originally published on March 7, 2018. It was updated with new information on March 21, 2018.
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