Celebrate Ramadan with IKEA’s HEMBJUDEN Collection and halal festive goodies
New household and food items will launch across all IKEA stores islandwide
IKEA Singapore will launch its new HEMBJUDEN collection on Mar 17 in celebration of the upcoming Ramadan and Hari Raya.
Designed by British artist and designer Jennifer Idrizi, HEMBJUDEN will feature eight new products inspired by traditional and modern Moroccan designs.
The new items can be used to decorate the spaces in your living room and dining room.
The curtains will cost $39.90 while the rug will cost $129. The rug is also available in a monochrome colourway, which will cost $199.
The products for the kitchen include a teapot and tea cups set, as well as a vacuum flask.
The teapot will cost $34.90 and the tea cups will be sold in a pack of six for $16.90. The vacuum flask will cost $34.90.
To add on to the tableware in the collection, IKEA will also release two new plates and a new set of paper napkins.
The plates will be sold individually. The serving plate will cost $24.90 and the side plate will cost $4.90.
The paper napkins will be sold in a pack of 20 for $3.90.
The HEMBJUDEN collection will be available online and at all three IKEA stores from Mar 17 while stocks last.
Aside from the HEMBJUDEN collection, IKEA will also release three new halal festive goodies for Hari Raya.
It includes the Cheese Bangkit ($7.90 for 240g), the BBQ dried meat ($24.90 for 450g) and the Ondeh Ondeh cake ($21.90) for the public. IKEA family members will enjoy a special price of $18.90 for the cake.
The full range of food items will be available for purchase at the Swedish Food Market from Apr 3 to May 2, while stocks last.
IKEA will also extend its opening hours from Apr 24 to Apr 28 as well as on May 1 and May 2.
IKEA Alexandra and IKEA Jurong will be open from 10am-10pm, while IKEA Tampines will be open from 11am-10pm.