IKEA launches new VINTERFINT 2022 collection and treats for Christmas
There will be a special Christmas menu at all IKEA outlets from Nov 21.
To ring in the holiday season, IKEA has launched the VINTERFINT 2022 collection to deck the halls this Christmas.
Inspired by snowy Scandinavian landscapes, folkloric art-inspired prints and Christmas fairytale figures, the VINTERFINT 2022 range features decorative items, tableware, gifts and more, said IKEA in a press release on Wednesday (Nov 9).
One of the pieces of the collection is the VINTERFINT 2022 artificial Christmas tree, a needle-free option and ideal for those looking for an easy set up. To decorate the tree, the collection also features a set of two hanging ornaments.
For wrapping presents, the VINTERFINT 2022 gift wrap roll features different patterns and is priced at $5.90 for nine metres. IKEA Family members also enjoy 30 per cent off all wrapping paper in stores.
Other items featured in the collection include the heart-shaped VINTERFINT 2022 Napkin holder ($2.90) and the VINTERFINT 2022 Scented candle in glass with scents from five winter spices including cloves, nutmeg and ginger ($2.90).
From Nov 21 onwards, the Swedish Restaurant and Swedish Food Market across all three IKEA outlets will feature a Christmas menu and a slew of Christmas goodies.
The menu for the IKEA Swedish Restaurant will include a Christmas ham platter priced at $6.50, chicken leg with mashed potatoes and lingonberry jam priced at $9.50 and jumbo pork steak with fries and mixed vegetable for $14.
There will also be a Christmas log cake and a Christmas mini roll priced at $4.50 and $4 respectively.
From Nov 21 to Dec 25, the Swedish Food Market will feature the dark chocolate log cake priced at $25.90, red velvet log cake priced at $24.90 and milk chocolate log cake priced at $23.90.
It will also include the VINTERSAGA mulled fruit drink ($7.50), mulled red wine ($21.50), ginger thins ($8.90) and mini gingerbread house ($9.50).
IKEA will hold several workshops to celebrate a more sustainable Christmas, including Made by me, where participants learn how to make handmade gifts in a sustainable yet affordable way using recycled materials.
Another workshop, Cooking with leftovers, will give participants first-hand knowledge on how to cook and prepare food sustainably through a live cooking demonstration by APSN Centre for Adults, IKEA’s local community partner.
More information about the workshops can be found on IKEA’s website.