IKEA announced that the new 2016 IKEA U.S. catalog, filled with new product offerings, home furnishing inspiration and smart solutions for every area of the home, will be available to the public starting this August. Themed “The Little Things That Matter,” this year’s catalog focuses on life in and around the kitchen and celebrates how food – and all the activity around it – brings people together.
There is so much more to food than just food. The growing interest in food is more than just a trend, so to better understand global attitudes toward food, IKEA recently released its second annual Life at Home Report. The report takes a deeper look at how food connects people and is shaping people’s everyday life. Today, more and more people care about what they eat, how they eat it, where it comes from, and how they can minimize waste.
Within the catalog pages are many beautiful and affordable IKEA solutions for growing, cooking, serving and storing food, including IKEA kitchen systems, appliances, cookware, tableware and accessories geared to help make the most out of your food activities. These solutions allow people to focus on the tiny, magical moments that take place in and around the heart of the home.
Take a look, get inspired and find out more about what’s new at IKEA.
Sometimes, the big ideas are pretty small. This year’s IKEA Catalog is dedicated to a theme that naturally unites people. A theme that’s highly individual yet truly universal. It’s a theme focused on life in and around the kitchen, and those tiny, magical moments that take place there. Eating the last piece of cake when everyone’s sleeping. Sprinkling homegrown basil on a plate of pasta. Or making breakfast for someone special for no special reason at all. Because here’s the thing: never before have we been more aware of wanting to feel well. And while making healthier choices is a big part of that, feeling well is also linked to family and friends. So that’s what this year’s catalog is all about. Celebrating what makes life in and around the kitchen work in harmony, and creating time for the little things that matter most. Because in the end, it was always the little things that really were the big things.