Katie Eary For Ikea

June 2, 2016

By Tab Byrum

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Ikea has long been known for white, literally white everything with touches of color here and there but now with the new Giltig collection by menswear designer Katie Eary Ikea has gone from a touch of color to PUNCH. Eary is known for the patterns she uses in her British menswear line and they work just as well in home decor items as they do in shirts and ties. The collection has everything from tropical fish and cats to brains, with the images available on dishes, pillow covers and dish towels. Now this is a limited edition capsule collection and from what I can tell most of it is only available in stores but if you can get to an Ikea it’s well worth checking out, I would so LOVE to have a few pieces of the tropical fish line, in the meantime here are some images from Ikea and here’s to hoping there are a lot more of these fun collections. Enjoy!!!

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The tablecloth above is 57 x 94 and would be so great for summertime tables, both inside and outside. 

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Each of these Carafes is mouth blown so they each have their own shade of blue. In addition to holding drinks, this would make a beautiful vase. 

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This Fish Pattern Serving Plate is made of porcelain, fun and elegant. 

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Here’s a better look at some of the patterns we’ve already looked at as well as a couple more new, fun things. 

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There are a few people I know who probably need a whole set of these cat bowls and tea cups with saucers. The bowl above is listed as a serving bowl and the tea cups and saucers are also made of porcelain. 

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These laminated cardboard trays would be great little catch-alls at $6.99 each. 

According to rumors, this is the first of many collaborations between Ikea and fashion designers, when you stop and think about it the possibilities are endless, have a great Thursday and check back later for another Favorite Museum you can visit this summer. 

Words are my own
Images are courtesy
of Ikea.

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