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IKEA honors Moroccan heritage

Written by FDM

IKEA launches the HEMBJUDEN collection, inspired by traditional Moroccan patterns and thus paying homage to Moroccan artistic heritage.

IKEA, the world leader in furniture, is launching its new collection inspired by traditional Moroccan motifs around the world. Baptized HEMBJUDEN, this magnificent collection highlights the richness of Moroccan heritage, drawing inspiration from the mosaics and traditional earthenware of our country.

This original creation, the result of the collaboration with designer Jennifer Idrizi, brings together various interior decoration textiles (curtains, rugs, and cushions), as well as tableware items (plates, bowls, and teapots) and other decorative accessories (lanterns and vases).

By combining the richness of Moroccan decoration, the fruit of an ancestral tradition, with the quality of manufacture and functionality of IKEA products, the items in the HEMBJUDEN collection will enhance the atmosphere of homes and satisfy those who love to combine authenticity and modernity.