Every year as July comes to a close, design enthusiasts and IKEA fans around the world wait with bated breath for the beloved Swedish home brand to reveal their annual catalog. It's the first chance we get to see the products IKEA will be launching for the new year, styled beautifully alongside old favorites in an array of homes, and 2020's version is as stylish as ever.
The main theme of this year's catalog is "Save Our Sleep," so you'll find a variety of smart sleep solutions—from blackout curtains to new mattresses to sound absorbing products—throughout its 286 pages.
“At IKEA, we believe you can’t underestimate the power of a good night’s sleep. We know that everyone needs the physical and mental reset great sleep provides to feel our best and live our lives to the fullest – and that’s something everyone should be able to afford,” said Antonella Pucarelli, Commercial Manager at IKEA U.S. in a press release. “In our 2020 catalog, we’re on a mission to ’save our sleep’ by providing easy, affordable solutions to help sleep-deprived Americans get the fresh start they need.”
Don't worry, though, it's not all bedframes and duvets, there are exciting new launches across IKEA's full range of products, from storage to furniture.
Ready to see for yourself? You can request your own copy of the catalog here, and in the meantime, check out a few of our favorite new releases below.
These cute rattan and bamboo armchairs look darling styled in this tiny dining space, but they could work just as well in a living room or bedroom. To note: the cushions are sold separately, but a simple throw pillow would work just fine.
IKEA's closet storage solutions are always genius, and the new modular JONAXEL collection is no exception. You can combine pieces to create something that works perfectly for your space, but we're partial to this double-sided frame with baskets and a rail to hang your clothes.
Finding a duvet set for less than $25 is a rarity these days, especially one that feels modern and fresh. This bold black-and-white option adds just enough personality without feeling too out-there.
IKEA teamed up with speaker giant, Sonos, to craft this smart piece of tech-infused furniture. The base of the lamp is a speaker that seamlessly integrates with existing Sonos systems, while the top is a mouth-blown glass lamp that will stylishly illuminate your space.
This steel dresser could add a fun pop of color in a kid's room, or add extra storage to an entryway. It's also available in a more neutral gray-green.
Beds with built-in storage are a great way to maximize small spaces, and this sleek twin sized frame would work well in a tiny studio or a teen's room.
Red may feel like a huge color commitment when it comes to sofas, but this cozy sectional features a removable cover, so you can always swap it for something a little more neutral.
IKEA's RÅSKOG cart has been a cult favorite for years, and this new addition is poised to be just as popular. The lines are cleaner, and it's actually $5 cheaper.