See ya,聽pastels and all-white decor.聽IKEA just blew minimalist Scandi decor out of the water with their brand new, limited edition (eek!)聽collection. The AVSIKTLIG line will hit US stores this month and feature 14 graphic patterns. Ranging from bright blue lattice to cartoon-like zigzags and聽tropical prints galore, it鈥檚 a color explosion that *screams* playful.

IKEA聽teamed up with the Swedish design collective,聽10-gruppen,聽for a colorful聽line that is slightly reminiscent of the 鈥70s, partly as an ode to the original 10-gruppen designers.聽鈥10-gruppen has always been one of my greatest influences. I absolutely love their design style 鈥 it鈥檚 bold, colorful, and geometric in its expression. Their patterns still feel modern and bold, like a pattern explosion,鈥 said Ida Pettersson, a designer at IKEA. And we have to say, we def agree!

10-gruppen began with a mission that was as radical as their designs. At the start of the 鈥70s, they were part of the anti-establishment force who rebelled against the design ideals of the time. Carl Johan De Geer, co-founder of the group, told IKEA, 鈥淥ur ambition was to clean up the design swamp鈥 We wanted to create a better world without war, using colors, patterns, and music.鈥 Graphic design for the greater good? We鈥檙e all over that.

IKEA joined forces with designers聽to form聽a collection that celebrates their history while聽making your home look uber chic. The color palette is bold 鈥 emerald greens, ultra-marine blues, and lemon yellows, plus a few聽classic, Scandi, black and white elements. From modern lines to quirky geometric shapes and totally fab palm trees, the patterns alone will聽have you reaching for a聽Mai Thai.

Ready to get your hands on some of this loot?聽The full line just came out, but聽you鈥檒l want to start聽shopping ASAP聽as parts of聽AVSIKTLIG聽will be limited edition. But don鈥檛 stress too much: Certain pieces, like curtains, the couch cover, and the聽plates, featuring the classic 10-gruppen designs, will stick around for awhile.

What do you think about IKEA鈥檚 AVSIKTLIG聽collection? Tweet us @BritandCo!

(Photos via IKEA)