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:

 

And after:

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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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!

—Erica Loop

Featured photo: Courtesy of IKEA

 

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