New at IKEA | Fall 2013

Fall is always a good time to freshen up a space and this year IKEA has some exciting new products for both the home and the office.  From some really cool shell chairs that adjust for a desk or the conference room to some fun LED lit mirrors for the bath.  Check out what’s new below (all available in October 2013)!

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  • STORJORM mirror 2 of 9
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    Designed for use in a bathroom, the STORJORM mirror comes in two shapes and sizes, and also has mirrored cabinet option. Both using LED bulbs. $99

    Available in October at Ikea.

  • SKOGN comfort cushion 3 of 9
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    Sunday mornings will never be the same with this comfort cushion that makes for easy propping while enjoying a little breakfast in bed. $49.99.

    Available in October at Ikea.

  • JORDET room divider 4 of 9
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    The floral trend continues with this JORDET room divider that lets you create your own little private corner for some quick changing action. $49.99.

    Available in October at Ikea.

  • FJALKINGE shelving unit 5 of 9
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    A minimalist shelving unit made from 100% recyclable steel using an innovative construction technique (the shelves have a honeycomb core, which reduces the weight while allowing a load of up to 25 kg). $189.

    Available in October at Ikea.

  • FJALLBERGET chair 6 of 9
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    A gorgeous bucket-style shell chair that is adjustable making it adaptable for both desks and conference rooms. $199.

    Available in October at Ikea.

  • EKERO chair 7 of 9
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    A contemporary style with a fun selection of fabrics in orange, yellow, dark blue, black or beige. $199 each.

    Available in October at Ikea.

  • SILVAKRA picture 8 of 9
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    A pretty picture perfect for the dressing room. $24.99.

    Available in October at Ikea.

  • RANARP lighting 9 of 9
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    An industrial style desk lamp made with powder coated steel. $39.99.

    Available in October at Ikea.

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