5 Ways to Bring Scandi Style to Your Life!

Add a touch of Swedish heritage to your everyday living with the limited IKEA HÄSTHAGE collection at IKEA

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Put sustainability into practice by carrying your own shopping bag when running errands, lunch dates or even when travelling

Neutral, earthy tones, minimalist styles, natural lighting and functional design solutions are all part of the Scandinavian interior design look book. Scandinavian designs emerged as a trend in the early twentieth century, combining traditional and new designs from Denmark, Sweden, Iceland, Finland, and Norway.

The national symbol of Sweden, the traditional Dala horse is commonly found as motifs on decorations and as carved sculptures, bringing a rustic charm into any home.

With designs inspired by the traditional Dala horse, the all new limited HÄSTHAGE Collection includes everyday items to give your spaces a breath of fresh air.

5 Ways to Bring Scandi Style to Your Life!

Fun Fact: Going back to the 17th century, Dala horses originated from the Dalarna region in central Sweden and were made as toys for children to play with.

5 Iconic Swedish Symbols to Your Everyday Life!

The HÄSTHAGE collection features a contemporary yet minimalist style with a range of functional products for the living room, kitchen and when on the go.

Accessorize With Dala Horse Bag Tags

Being able to identify school bags can be less hectic when you have a personalised bag tag. Give your children a treat with the cute HÄSTHAGE Luggage tag for them to go to school in style.

5 Ways to Bring Scandi Style to Your Life!

Shopping in Style

Put sustainability into practice by carrying your own shopping bag when running errands, on lunch dates or even when travelling.  This stylish tote bag comes with a handy small pocket making it ideal for anything and everything. Once you go with this HÄSTHAGE Bag (RM14.90/ea), you will not go back!

Good Food Starts with Good Mood

The best meals are created with love and passion, whether it’s your favourite Curry Chicken. Asam Laksa or even a bowl of rice with your favourite dish. Invest in a protective apron, dish towel, and potholders to make serving pristine and attain the Scandi-look with these Swedish essentials to create a trendy kitchen. It is also made from 100% sustainably grown cotton, a natural and durable material that gets softer with every wash.

Lucky Charm: Did you know that the Dala horse is not only iconic to Swedish culture, but is a symbol of good luck?

Relish The Moments

With everyone adjusting to the new normal and in-person catch ups, take the time to start your day and engage with your loved ones over a hearty breakfast. HÄSTHAGE Mug and Tea towels are certainly the perfect companions to any local delights. Or if you must, take your family out for a picnic at the nearest park. The ISTAD Resealable bags – the only time they are detailed with Dala horse silhouette – make it fuss-free to carry your favourite snacks around whilst on the go (RM5.90 for 25 pcs).

5 Ways to Bring Scandi Style to Your Life!

A relaxing Get Together

After the long week, why not plan a relaxing get together with your loved ones over a game night where you can just sit back, relax and enjoy some Swedish flair in your home.  The HÄSTHAGE Cushion collection (RM29.90/ea) will create that cosy feel to compliment your chill moment.

Cookie for your thoughts?

In line with the release of the new HÄSTHAGE collection, IKEA is offering scrumptious butter cookies for RM5.90 at the Swedish Restaurant and Swedish Food Market starting on 28th July, while stocks last.

Explore the collection to add a simple, modern, and vivid touch to your everyday life with these functional and well-designed items. The collection will be available in stores on 28th July and online on 1st August while stocks last.

As an exclusive offer, IKEA Family members can enjoy 10% price off on the collection at IKEA stores from 28th – 31st July. Not yet a member? Register for free at IKEA.my/Family.

For more information on the HÄSTHAGE collection at the IKEA stores, please visit IKEA.my.