Whether you’re in an apartment or a tiny home, with a growing family comes less space. Add to that the scores of visiting relatives who want to see their grandkids and your home-office/guestroom/livingroom/playspace starts looking a little crowded.
IKEA has a solution for families (and college kids) everywhere! The Swedish furniture retailer recently revealed a new line of products that are perfect for anyone looking to maximize their space. The RÅVAROR collection stacks, folds and packs up easily—making it easy to move, convert a space or reimagine your home.
Here’s an image of a piece from the RÅVAROR collection before:
Citing the need they’ve found among the more nomadic, urban dwelling population (especially common among millennial families) IKEA designed the furniture to allow people to move easily to a new space without heavy labor or giant truckloads. We think it’s beyond perfect for college-aged dorm dwellers who seem to move every summer.
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Meet RÅVAROR. The concept of home is no longer a geographical constant for many people. It’s a space that’s here today, and maybe somewhere else tomorrow. Our rapidly growing urban population is moving more often and living in smaller spaces. Our answer to this urban nomad lifestyle is a collection that’s lightweight, multifunctional, easy to assemble, and durable enough to go from place to place to place. Planned launch date: September 2020. #IKEAtoday #IKEADDD2019 #IKEA #RÅVAROR #urbanliving
The line, which won’t debut until 2020, features 20 products, spanning a variety of home goods and furniture needs. look for daybeds, lighting units, storage, sofas, tables, a mini kitchen and more.
Along with RÅVAROR, IKEA also announced a collab with Solange Knowle’s creative agency Saint Heron, a collection (the Musselblomma line) made from recycled plastic and the Rognan robotic furniture line!
Featured photo: Courtesy of IKEA