Believe it or not, my first time ever going to Ikea was a year ago and I’m nineteen! Living in Indiana, we only recently got an Ikea in Fishers, a suburb around Indianapolis. The only time I’ve heard of Ikea was in the movie, 500 Days of Summer, and apparently, they sell cinnamon rolls for a dollar? When the store opened, I decided to go, and I was oh so surprised! It’s literally an amusement park with multiple dining courts and a Swedish grocery store. As someone that prefers minimalist furniture and decor, I fell in love, particularly with the prices. I’ve been obsessed ever since. In this article, here are six, inexpensive décor pieces to decorate your dorm room or apartment.
- Gradvis plant pot
All the plant pots in Ikea are super inexpensive, only around $5-$7. The Gradvis plant pot is super chic with white ridges, and retails for $5.99. Super cute!
- Satsumas plant stand
This plant stand retails for $29.99 and can hold up to three plants. Perfect place in the corner of your living room.
- Lustigkurre basket
This hand-woven basket is super cute to store everything! Retails for $12.99 for one basket.
- Fejka Plant
The Fejka is an artificial plant that hangs downward. Perfect plant to put on a high shelf, like a bookshelf, and retails for $4.99.
- Kransborre cushion
Looking for a cute pillow to lighten up your chair or bed? Look no further. This round pillow is super adorable and retails for $8.99. Only available in pink.
- Sinnlig Candle
I’m obsessed with Ikea’s candles. My favorite scent is vanilla and smells like a cupcake. Only retailing for $1.49, they have a 25 hour burn time!
- Lassbyn Mirror
I love this mirror! It’s a round mirror with a chain to hang. Super easy to place on the wall and lightens up your room. It only retails for $12.99!
Whether your ordering online or going to the store, Ikea is the perfect place for anything! And I mean anything, they have it all from Swedish meatballs to pet toys. I highly recommend!