As I’ve shared with you before, Ikea is always one of my go-to shopping destinations when sourcing props for styled shoots, workshops, and my own home. Just recently, Ikea released their latest collection, the VARDAGEN series, and I’m smitten.
This collection would be a great basis for any home because of the earthy tones, traditional shapes, and functional capabilities. It would be especially good for anyone you know who is starting their first home (i.e. new college grads and newlyweds), or anyone considering a kitchen overhaul on a budget. Even if you’re not on a budget I love these pieces because they work. In my own home I love the idea of high low. Just like you would put on an H&M blazer with Prada shoes. If it’s good design it’s good design no matter what the price point.
Inspired by traditional kitchenware, the Ikea VARDAGEN series was designed after traditional, sturdy kitchen knives. You’ll recognize their shape immediately, too. The modest designs mean these knives can blend with current kitchen equipment and be used for years to come.
Of course, as a photo stylist, I’m always looking for exquisite containers and linens for my photos. I would be remiss not to mention the VARDAGEN series table linens and glassware. The VARDAGEN jars would be great on your kitchen countertops. Fill the small one with salt or other spice and the larger one with cookies or even your kitchen utensils. I also love using jars like this in unexpected rooms like the laundry room.
As far as linens, you can never have too many neutral linens for entertaining.
Add these to your party pantry.
It’s all about elegant basics and this collection is just that.
What are you loving from the new VARDAGEN series?
Any good ideas for incorporating these items in your own home?
Please share them with me in the comments, I would love to hear from you creative darlings… xx
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