IKEA’s New PS 2014 Collection

IKEA’s new PS 2014 collection is called ‘On The Move’ and designed for active, young people. More people live in the cities now than ever, and they live in smaller spaces, and need furniture that can be moved around from space to space. Bright, modern and practical design of IKEA’s new PS 2014 collection doesn’t cost a lot – this is one of reasons why it’s so popular. The collection has no beds or sofas, but consist of around 40 pieces with multi-functionality.

The 51-piece of IKEA’s new PS 2014 collection – which range from nice seating to dishes, lighting to plant stands, and tables to storage units – are designed for flexibility and movability in order to adapt to the evolving needs of urban residents looking to live more simply and do more in the space they have.


Bureau by Polish designers Krystian Kowalski, Pawel Jasiewicz and Maia Ganszyniec

As a response to this growing trend of compact, changeable lifestyles in urban environments, IKEA invited young designers from around the globe to bring their local influences and insights into co-creating this year’s PS 2014 collection.

Included are wardrobes created by French designer Matali Crasset, which have been made affordable for aspiring design collectors at just £100, a storage table by New York’s Rich Brilliant Willing and a folding table by British-based designer Mathias Hahn. Some examples of how the creators of the IKEA’s new PS 2014 collection used smart design to create smart solutions include:

– Corner cabinets that take advantage of the space in every corner of your home – literally!
– A side table with built-in lighting and magazine racks.
– A standing wall shelf with knobs perfect for holding jewelry, bags and more.
– A pendant lamp whose light can be adjusted to fit any mood or task.
– A wardrobe whose external design can be personalized to fit your style.


Rug by Danish textile designer Margrethe Odgaard, and side table with lighting by Polish designer Tomek Rygalik

This is the 8th iteration of the IKEA PS Collection and this one covers every room in a host of bright colors, lightweight materials, and has multifunction built right in. If you’re crazy about minimal lines and a practical style, or if you’re looking to live simply and make the most of the space you have, this IKEA’s new PS 2014 collection just might be for you.


Wall shelf by Japanese designer Keiji Ashizawa


Greenhouse plant holder by Swiss designer Nicolas Cortolezzis


Storage table by American studio Rich Brilliant Willing



Wardrobe by French designer Matali Crasset


Hat and coat stand by Swedish designer Ebba Strandmark


Bench by Swedish designer Anna Efverlund

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