Ikea has unveiled a wall design inspired by the Scandinavian house, the wall in its store catalog reads, and Ikea plans to open its first retail store in Sweden in 2018.
In the catalog, the Swedish company describes the design as “inspired by the interior of a small Scandinavian house.”
The wall is based on a large wooden structure that is decorated with Scandinavian patterns.
It has a wooden base and a wooden roof with a “plastic-filled roof” and a “brickwork” ceiling.
In response to a request for comment from The American Conservatives, Ikea’s spokeswoman said in an email, “We’ve been working closely with the Swedish government to ensure that our Ikea store will feature Scandinavian design.
Ikea will be the first retailer in Sweden to offer Scandinavian furniture.”
Ikea did not immediately respond to a list of questions about the wall design.
It is not the first time Ikea designers have used Scandinavian furniture for their home decor.
In 2010, Ikeo announced a wall with a wall made of Scandinavian wood, and the company’s Swedish partner, Dior, also released a wall inspired by Scandinavian designs.
In that same year, Ikelea also unveiled a Scandinavian wall and a new Scandinavian furniture set.