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Ikea and Hay collab launching in fall gets fresh photos

The Swedish and Danish design brands are partnering on a collection of objects for the home

A simple wooden bench with two planks for the seat against a wall set by the door.
Called Ypperling, the 30-piece collection features simple yet thoughtfully designed objects for the home.
Photos via Dezeen

Details have emerged about Ikea’s collaboration with Danish brand Hay, which the Swedish furniture giant teased with an abstract video last year.

Called Ypperlig, the 30-piece collection features simple yet thoughtfully designed objects for the home including furniture, storage, and small goods.

Characterized by clean lines, the items exhibit a distinctly Scandinavian and minimalist aesthetic, which is inherent to both companies’ identity, making the collaboration something of a match made in design heaven.

Products include a wooden bench, an open bookshelf made of a simple wooden frame and gray slats, circular end table, candlestick holder, wall storage unit, curved mirror with brushed metal frame, tables of varying sizes, ceramic jugs, desk accessories, and a sofa made form molded foam.

Ypperlig also marks the debut of Hay’s take on the iconic Frakta bag, which has been reimagined in a white and green woven fabric with matching green straps. The collection launches this fall. Take a look.

Via: Dezeen