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Get your home decorated by Beyoncé’s stylist, courtesy of Ikea


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When you find yourself overwhelmed with options or at a general crossroads, the easiest thing to do is to simply ask yourself, “What would Beyoncé do?” Whenever I picture the boss babe, she’s serving up life lessons like Lemonade while spinning through a SoulCycle class, munching on a vegan lunch, and smearing on (natural!) bronzer. And now she might also make a stop at Ikea, since a limited-edition collaborative line by the Swedish furniture company and Bey’s stylist Bea Åkerlund has hit shelves.

The line is the epitome of Ikea affordability—the prices for the collection start at $2 and cap off at $249—but the inspiration behind it is a little more eclectic than you’d expect from the traditionally minimalist brand.

The line, called Omedelbar, is the epitome of Ikea affordability: The prices for the collection start at $2 and cap off at $249—but the inspiration behind it is a little more eclectic than typical for the traditionally minimalist brand. And if you feel as if you’ve fallen through the looking glass as you peruse the items, that’s because Alice in Wonderland inspired the collection, according to Bustle.

Now for the bad news (womp womp): The collection is only available in stores, not online. But acquiring home decor that makes you feel a bit closer to Beyoncé—like a faux cheetah rug, sculpture-like vases, and a bowl in the shape of a crown—is totally worth an IRL trip to Ikea. I mean, WWBD?

These are the stages of a SoulCycle class as illustrated by Bey, and here’s the other surprising place you might find her breaking a sweat.

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