Ring the changes in the New Year with Ikea

Friday, 17 December 2010 5:19 PM

Breathe fresh life into your home decor in 2011 with the new range of furnishings from Ikea. With items for the bedroom and living room starting at just £4.99 it’s easy to make big changes on a small budget.

Rearrange your furniture, introduce new colours and patterns, or add a new lamp or houseplant, and the difference can be both dramatic and refreshing.

The Kajsa Träd quilt cover (£29.99) brings natural tones to the bedroom with the green leaf pattern, and this new style can be easily complimented by the Slatthult decoration stickers (£12.99).

Give yourself more light in the winter months, with a range of Lykta table lamps available from just £8.99, or add warmth with a new pair of Ofelia Blad curtains from £17.99.

To get more ideas for redecorating your home in the New Year, visit: www.ikea.com

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