Highlights include a trolley to serve drinks and food, a velvet cover sofa and Swedish festive drinks.
IKEA Singapore has rolled out a range of festive items which include live Christmas trees and other decorations.
The live Christmas trees will be for sale at IKEA Alexandra and IKEA Tampines from mid-November onwards. They will be available in two sizes of 1.6m ($59) and 2m ($79) tall respectively.
Once the festive period is over, you can get a $25 voucher when you bring back your live Christmas trees for recycling from Jan 1 to 9, 2022.
What is a tree without Christmas decorations? IKEA has a set of three baubles, namely a fox, a hare and a deer which come with ribbons so that they will be ready to be hung on your tree.
Food lovers, this next part is for you. The VINTERSAGA collection will be available from Nov 15 at the Swedish Food Market and will feature an array of items such as a gingerbread house ($8.50) and toffee mix ($3.90).
For furniture, the FÄRLÖV three seater sofa in four different colours (prices start at $1,175) has a cover made of velvet which gives the fabric a warm colour and a soft surface. This makes for an ideal place for you and your loved ones to lounge about as the year draws to a close.
As you sit on the sofa, the NISSAFORS trolley ($39.90) can be used to serve drinks and food to house guests. It comes in white, red-orange and black.
Visit here to find out more about IKEA’s festive offerings.
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