IKEA Revisits Past with PS Collection

It isn’t often that designers get a second crack at their creations no matter if it’s in the world

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It isn’t often that designers get a second crack at their creations no matter if it’s in the world of fashion, architecture or design. Yet, IKEA is doing just that as they’ve announced plans to revisit their Scandinavian past with their PS Collection – looking to add new inspiration and increased sustainability to older items. Set to make its debut at the Milan Furniture Fair, the PS Collection looks to improve on items meant for small spaces that require a bit of duality. Items include chairs that stack, furniture suitable for both indoors and outdoors, and items with hidden storage – all of which are comprised of green materials like bamboo. Expect to see items from the PS Collection from IKEA in stores in August.

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