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When it comes to sleek, chic home decor that’s super-affordable, few brands can compete with Ikea. So when the megachain’s new catalog drops every summer, it feels a little bit like Christmas in July.

The theme of the 2018 catalog is “making room for life,” according to Apartment Therapy, which got a sneak peek. (Marie Kondo, did you have anything to do with this?) “Regardless of wallet size or living space, 2018 is about enabling you to make more room for the things you love in your life—to help you get a few steps closer to your dream home,” the brand says.

So basically: less clutter, more room for at-home yoga. But what does that look like? Here are some of the most swoon-worthy pieces you’ll be able to peep soon, in between Swedish meatball runs. (The paper catalog will be available in stores starting August 2 and the online catalog drops August 7.)

Scroll down for 4 soon-to-be-available Ikea items that are perfect for the wellness-savvy set.


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For the ready-to-Kondo crowd

Svalnas Wall System ($5 to $568)

This storage and display collection (designed by Ola Wihlborg) comes with loads of customization options. So if you’ve finally embraced the minimalist guru’s life-changing magic, the powder-coated steel and bamboo system is a great way to declutter and display everything you’re keeping around that sparks joy.


For the vision board creator

Myrheden Frame ($15)

Yes, it just looks like a metal grid with a few hooks and clips attached—but that’s the beauty of this piece. It’s super simple so you can get creative and crafty—and unlike the posterboard method, you can change it up as often as you like. (See ya, glue stick.)


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For the healthy happy hour lover

Storhet Champagne Coupe ($2)

Whether you’re popping a celebratory bottle of bubbly or whipping up a batch of sugar-free rosé and mezcal cocktails, these small glasses won’t take up too much storage space in your kitchen, and at $2 a piece, they’re an extra-festive option that will keep your bank account healthy, too.


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For the work-from-home hustler

Odger Chair ($75)

The key to mastering that remote life lies in two things: an inspiring workspace and keeping the TV on mute (or, you know, off). And since you definitely can’t WFH in an uncomfy (or, worse, ugly) seat, this chair—which was sit-tested by a wide group of people—is exactly what you need. The chair is made from a mix of wood and recycled plastic, so it’s environmentally sustainable, and features a curved bowl seat. Plus, it comes in dark blue, light brown, or white, so it’s pretty likely you can find one to match your home office aesthetic.

While you’re waiting for Ikea’s latest to be available, check out these top-selling home decor items to fill your space. Then, here’s how to arrange it all in a Gwyneth Paltrow-approved way

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