Dutch fashion label, Villa Venga has created a fabric made from a digital photo to redecorate Ikea furniture.
The slipcover includes designs of coffee beans, candy, nails or strawberry and can be used to change the interior of a commercial space.
Instead of buying new furniture, designers can order a slipcover online using a chosen photo print.
“If you look at the market you’ll see there’s hardly any development. A new stripe or diamond is all you can find,” a Villa Venga spokesman said.
“Our new designs are unique and can’t be found anywhere else in the world. With our slipcover you get entirely different furniture. If you are bored with the cover after a few years, you can buy a new one.”
According to the fashion label, slipcovers are just the first step. In the near future it plans to extend its collection with new product lines and designs including curtains and cushions.
It picked Ikea furniture to start with, because the company owns 283 stores in 26 countries.
The covers are made by young designers using fresh, bright and eccentric ‘out-of-the-box’ patterns. They can redecorate Ikea chairs or sofa’s with images which differ from pebbles to bread, from amaryllis to old timers and from plush animals to candy.