The 2016 IKEA-Inspired Home Will Connect Families Through Food
PSFK gets a sneak peak at the new offerings of home goods that emphasize sustainable food culture and dining together
For IKEA’s 2016 catalog, the sum of its design parts speak far louder than each of their individual pieces. Themed “The Little Things That Matter,” the new concept from the Swedish furniture giant focuses on people’s lives in and around the kitchen, taking a look at how food shapes our culture, our homes and our relationships.
PSFK got a (literal) taste of the new collection, focusing on inspiring customers to grow produce, prepare meals together and eat family dinners to bolster the traditions of “togetherness” and strengthen relationships. A two-story tour, from rooftop to living room, featured IKEA’s new green-inspired products with interior design tips and cooking demonstrations from from lifestyle and food partners.