The Best IKEA Products For a Luxury Look on a Budget
Designer Kristen McGowan lets you in on 10 IKEA luxury items. These best IKEA products (some are brand new) will make your home look upscale for a lot less than you’d expect to pay. These high-end-looking products are affordable and have a high quality you won’t believe.
1. VIDGA track rail system
IKEA’s single or multi-track system installed from the ceiling gives your home a custom look.
2. RITVA drapery
White curtains are classic ways to elevate your space and keep it bright and airy. Kristen recommends these for their quality and length options (extra-long 98 to 118 inches).
3. YTTERVÅG four-poster bed
This new minimalist look is an astounding deal. The four-poster bed comes in two colors and surprise–it comes in a king size, too!
4. DVALA or ÄNGSLILJA bedding
A simple white duvet cover (filled with a fluffy duvet) makes a bed look high-end. Stick to white rather than big, bold patterns.
5. SANDANE mirror
This classic round wall mirror has a dark wood frame and will look lovely over an entryway table or dresser.
6. FALLENHET vase
The scale, texture, and neutral color of this ceramic vase makes it look handmade from an upscale store.
7. IKEA 365+ jars
Beautiful homes are organized with large, clear jars with lids. These versatile jars can be used all over the house and the bamboo lids elevate your organization.
8. FRÖSLÖV sofa
This sofa is unbeatable in price, quality, and comfort. The beige or gray sofa blends a mid-century modern and traditional look.
9. REGISSÖR glass door cabinet
This glass-front cabinet has a beautiful shape and height.
10. SUNDVIK wardrobe
This wardrobe from the kid’s section looks custom and the price cannot be beaten.
Kristen proves you don't have to break the bank to make your home look beautiful thanks to IKEA's luxury furniture dupes on a budget. Let us know if you think these items can give your home that high-end, designer look for less.
Have you found anything at IKEA that’s great quality and high-end? Share with us in the comments!
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Thanks for the article.
For those needing a better look at the individual items, copy & paste the name into search at IKEA website. Brings them right up. 🙂