It is no secret that I absolutely adore IKEA. I love interior design, style and shopping for homeware pieces. Ever since I was a little girl, I've always been inspired by the IKEA showroom in stores, and taking a solid hour or two to walk around, pick out new bits and bobs, and stop for the meatballs and chips in the restaurant too!
On the weekend I moved into my own flat last year, I took a trip to IKEA on a Saturday morning after getting my keys, and had the majority of it all delivered the following day. The furniture was all built, up and ready by the Sunday night, and now I'm a very loyal shopper and love making my flat feel like a girly home.
So you can imagine my excitement when IKEA said "hey Brogan, have you seen our new SPRIDD collection? We think you'll like it!". As I was in need of a trip for a few essentials for my new desk (see below!), I took a trip to my nearest store in Southampton to check it out, and fell in love with how fun and creative it was. Inspired by loosely interpreted music styles, acclaimed fashion designer Kit Neale and IKEA have created four expressions that are still part of one and the same print-it-out-loud collection.
The SPRIDD collection is inspired by youth culture and by what it means to be young. It features a variety of products, including travel mugs, tents, bedding, storage boxes and more which follow one of four print patterns.
The desk I currently own I actually found in the garden section of IKEA, it's meant for outside use and has two benches, but served me well as the perfect size to fit the small narrow space I have in the corner of the room. As I now work from home, I've added a computer, chair, lamp and little orchid to make it more practical to work from as a desk, rather than a dining table.
Discover which pieces I picked from the SPRIDD collection, along with the things for my new desk, in my new haul video below!
The full Limited Edition SPRIDD Collection can we viewed online here and is available to buy in stores for the next few weeks only! Be sure to follow @ikeaUK on Instagram, and let me know which piece you like the most!
*This post is in collaboration and kindly sponsored by IKEA.