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If you're already dreaming up ways to boo-tify your home
this Halloween, we've got some seriously spooky news for you: IKEA just announced a soon-to-be-released, limited-edition line of home accessories and textiles that seem, well, a little out of the ordinary for the usually minimalist retailer
. The collection, called FÖREMÅL
, is the brainchild of acclaimed Swedish glass and ceramics artist Per B Sundberg, and it's distinctive for its ability to creep along the edge of what's considered pretty and what makes our skin crawl. Sundberg drew inspiration from mushrooms, bizarre antiques, bones, and more unlikely sources to create his kaleidoscopic patterns (printed on velvet, of course, to up the appealing goth factor) and art objects. The deliciously offbeat collection looks like something you'd find in your eccentric great aunt's attic, but believe it or not, it'll be available in IKEA stores come September (but not online, we're afraid). Click through to start compiling your spooky shopping list.