Posted by Christine Soner on September 30, 2011

Growing up in a Polish household, folky type home accessories were all too familiar. My mother had a collection of colorful paper cut-outs, that she had brought back from her many trips to our home land. They were so fascinating, just like snowflakes, so intricate. And my grandmother brought all her mad skills here to the U.S., and passed it all to my mother and aunts. They were seamstresses, quilters, needle workers, knitters and crafters, as am I.

The Slavic and Scandinavian countries share these similarities, and at IKEA, being a bit folksy goes along with the territory. So if old world charm is appealing to you, we might just have what you’re looking for!

 Textiles from the BIRGIT collection


EDLAND queen canopy bed- $299.00      


HEMNES 8 drawer dresser- $299.99  

 

LINNARP bookcase with glass doors- $349.00  

EKTORP JENNYLUND chair in Laxå blue-$229.00

 


ALSLEV  woven cotton rug - $19.99   

BILD poster, ‘Enchanted Tales’ - $10.00   

BIRGIT LINJE red wool/viscose blend cushion with embroidery, 18” x 18”- $17.99

TORNA table lamp with plastic cut out shade- $69.99

 

With these looks, you are one step closer to a home with old world charm!

-Christine

CATEGORIES: bedroom, collection, living room, scandinavian

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  • Love how the last photo (the lamp) is so modern in design - yet it still captures a feeling of "Folk-lure". A very intersting mix......

    Posted by farraym on 2/16/2012 flag

  • Old world charm is timeless-great subject matter, so relatable! By the way is the amazing bookcase with the glass doors still available?

    Posted by LOULALIU on 2/17/2012 flag