Bright, bold and beautiful: the perfect way to describe the new VARMBLIXT collection by IKEA and Sabine Marcelis. Launching February 1 online and in-store, this collection effortlessly encapsulates functionality and design. IKEA’s intention is to spark people’s curiosity when it comes to lighting their home.
The 20-product collection features four unique lighting fixtures with varied abstract designs. The lights are inspired by Sabine’s unique way of playing with objects and shapes which are reflected in the various home decor items in the collection.
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What is Sabine’s vision?
“I wanted to take an unexpected approach to exploring the idea of how lighting functions within the home and to inspire people to consider new shapes and elements which blend into and highlight different types of interior spaces in a new, bold, and artistic ways”, says Sabine Marcelis. This collection is in a way, sculptural lighting. The fascinating shapes lend itself to a more modernist approach at decorating. Truly, anything in this collection can align with any decor style.
A favourite piece of ours has to be the infinite doughnut. Available in two serve ware sizes and one signature lamp, the infinite doughnut is the hallmark of this collection. This versatile piece molds to your space, providing a seamless way to illuminate your home without compromising on style.
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Things to know
When does the collection launch? The VARMBLIXT collection launches online and in-store on February 1.
How many pieces are in the collection? There are 20 items in the collection with four unique light fixtures.
What are the pieces made of? Materials in the collection vary from metal to glass.
Is this a limited-edition collection? Only the four light fixtures within the collection will be permanently available at IKEA.
Where can I shop the new collection online? Visit IKEA’s website here.
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Images courtesy of IKEA, IKEA.ca
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