IKEA’s New JASSA Collection Is All About That Rattan Trend
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IKEA’s New JASSA Collection Is All About That Rattan Trend

This month, IKEA’s new JASSA collection hits stores and online, and there’s lots for boho chic fanatics to bring home. As we saw in the recently released Stockholm collection, the emphasis is on natural materials like rattan, incorporated into the furniture, storage baskets, and pendant lampshades. Plus, you’ll find a plethora of textiles in bright batik- and ikat-inspired colors and patterns. It’s like having a whole Indonesian textile marketplace brought right to your doorstep.

Creative leader Karin Gustavsson explains the inspiration behind the design: “JASSA is about taking familiar things like hand-woven natural fiber objects and batik textiles and transforming them into something new and exciting. It combines modern designs with natural materials and traditional craft methods.”

If you’ve been planning a spring decor refresh, you can bring JASSA home this month. Must-haves include beautiful hand-glazed ceramic plates ($6-$15) and curvaceous woven rattan chairs ($89+), tables ($60+), loungers ($120+), pendants ($35-$45), baskets ($20-$50), and bags ($20). But the pièce de résistance is the textiles. Brightly patterned tasseled chair pads ($7) and deeply tufted floor cushions ($20) are sure to liven up your space, and they’re available at bargain bazaar prices.

Though pattern play was the inspo behind this collection, you don’t have to go full-on boho to add a few colorful updates to your home. Bohemian styling is very forgiving, so the pieces mix and match well with both vintage and contemporary furniture, and new items can be layered in gracefully with things you already own. “Earthy handmade furniture can be combined with cooler, simpler black and white fabrics,” says Gustavsson. “Or you can scatter a few brightly colored JASSA cushions on an existing sofa.”

The JASSA collection is available for a limited time. To check out the full line, head over to IKEA’s website, or make a whole day of it and visit the giant blue and yellow warehouse nearest you.

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(Photos via IKEA)