10 of IKEA’s Best New Products for Fall, According to Designers

published Aug 23, 2023
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I always love checking out IKEA’s new arrivals. The Swedish retailer is constantly refreshing its offerings of furniture, home accents, and textiles, all of which are equal parts affordable and can work for many design styles. That said, scrolling through over 2,000 items can be a bit overwhelming, which is why I like to call on interior designers for some backup in cutting through the inventory noise. This time around, I tapped three decorating pros to comb through IKEA’s latest releases and share their top picks. You won’t want to miss out on these 10 products for fall. 

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“These lamp shades are fabulous — such a fun way to bring an organic element into your space! I’m a sucker for anything handmade, and these definitely caught my attention. They’d be fun hung at different heights over a dining table, kitchen island, above your nightstand, etc. They’re so versatile and at a great price point, too!” —Designer Nicole Arruda, founder of Nicole Alexandra Design Studio in New York, New York

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“I could use this fabulous yellow loveseat in a number of different room designs: a playroom, sun porch, office, den, or primary bedroom. I love that the shape is modern, but the color is traditional, fun, and eclectic. Yellow is such a versatile color because it pairs well with everything. A few favorite color combinations are yellow and violet, yellow and cobalt blue, and yellow with fuchsia. This sofa would add a funky element to a more traditional space.” —Designer Aston Moody, founder of Aston Moody Interiors in Columbia, South Carolina

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“With the holidays coming up, everyone is feeling the pressure to get their homes in order. This tablecloth, with its sophisticated [windowpane] pattern, is the perfect canvas for a fall table. Pair it with burnt orange candlesticks and moody florals for a refined tablescape.” —Designer Cecile Gottlich, founder of Studio Cecile in Austin, Texas

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“Custom black framed doors can be splurgy; these are a great way to get the look for less! I would use these for a pantry or closet door. You could also purchase two and make a double door if needed! They come in two sizes and in white, which I’m also eyeing.” —Nicole Arruda

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“Add a ‘70s flair to your lounge space with this olive green modular sectional. Perfect for fall movie nights, the corduroy fabric is inviting and cozy. The added hidden storage is ideal for blankets and extra pillows.” —Cecile Gottlich

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“The style of this armchair is timeless! It feels farmhouse but also Scandinavian, which I love. I would use one of these as an accent chair and swap out the cushion for a totally different look. A striped performance linen fabric is calling my name here!” —Nicole Arruda

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“Sculptural faux branches are an elegant, effortless way to add life to a space. Pair with a simple vase to let the architectural element of the branches shine.” —Cecile Gottlich

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“Adding these to my cart immediately! The cotton velvet-like feel is luxe and cozy at the same time. They’re a great size and come in so many beautiful colors. I especially love the gray brown, light brown, light beige, and olive green. I would layer these with linen pillows or something with a little pattern to make them come alive even more.” —Nicole Arruda

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“This cozy rug is giving major hygge vibes. As the weather cools down, it’s essential to up the coziness in your home and add warmth with texture and fall color.” —Cecile Gottlich

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“This outdoor chair feels comfortable and casual but still so elevated. I picture this in a courtyard, balcony, patio — anywhere, really! Also, you can’t beat this price for a solid wood piece. The seat cushion really makes it feel complete.” —Nicole Arruda