Ikea's New Items for 2015: Here Are the Best

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When your mailbox is suddenly impossibly crowded, you know it’s that Ikea catalog time of year.

The furniture giant is showing off its new U.S. lineup, and there are some gems to mine. 2015 has Scandinavian mega-chain debuting two new distinctly different collections, SPRUTT and NORNÄS for bed, bath, and living rooms. We sorted through them all and here are the best new Ikea items from 2015!

ikea nornas dining set
ikea nornas dining set

A view of the warm and woodsy NORNÄS collection.

little girl dancing with the ikea sprutt collection in the background
little girl dancing with the ikea sprutt collection in the background

A snapshot of the bright, airy and sun-filled SPRUTT collection.

an example of a chair fromt he sprutt line
an example of a chair fromt he sprutt line

The SPRUTT collection is all light and air, meant to inspire productive mornings and levity. The chic, minimalist, mostly white theme, with neon-like bursts of lemon-lime yellow, is certain to bring bounce and cheer to the long, dark days of winter. No Nordic depression here!

Some of the best SPRUTT are for the bathroom or would simply look amazing there.

sprutt modular cabinets
sprutt modular cabinets

SPRUTT cabinet with drawers, $89.99

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SPRUTT towel holder, $19.99; SPRUTT basket, $4.99

sprutt towel holder
sprutt towel holder

SPRUTT shower curtain, $7.99

white shower curtain with yellow see through slots
white shower curtain with yellow see through slots

SPRUTT cart, $39.99

sprutt cart used as a toiletry organizer
sprutt cart used as a toiletry organizer

SPRUTT knob rack, $24.99

The NORNÄS collection strives to “bring the Swedish forest into your home,” with a bunch of pieces aimed at highlighting the “beauty and versatility of natural pine for a new generation.”

nornas dresser
nornas dresser

NORNÄS Bookcase, $159

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NORNÄS sideboard, $169

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NORNÄS 4-drawer chest with two compartments, $249. (2x4 pile not included, of course.)

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These modular-sized side ($50) and coffee tables ($60-$80) can be positioned together to form a variety of shapes.

You can still pick up some Ikea classics (looking at you, Ektorp), of course, but we’re happy to see some fresh, clean designs from our favorite Swedish superstore. Now if only they could something about the crowds of sad, overwhelmed shoppers

Photos via Ikea

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