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  • IKEA launches all-natural SINNERLIG collection
  • IKEA launches all-natural SINNERLIG collection
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IKEA launches all-natural SINNERLIG collection

Everyone knows that bringing nature into the home is good for the soul; plants are proven to purify the air and reduce stress. But in a collaboration with designer Ilse Crawford, IKEA has taken this idea one step further. Its SINNERLIG collection is entirely crafted from natural materials.

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