Find something unique for your home from our large selection of textiles, kitchenware and other home furnishing products, in limited editions that are only available in the IKEA Museum shop. Furthermore, the book section is a must for anyone curious about the story of IKEA and life at home. In the children’s section you’ll find books for toddlers and young readers, school backpacks as well as pens, crayons and other products for aspiring creatives.
Our shop reflects the world of IKEA through a wide variety of unique and carefully curated products. There is something for everyone, whether you’re looking for an unusual gift or a nostalgic keepsake, some handy stationery or a cool souvenir. We look forward to welcoming you in Älmhult.
New IKEA Museum collection
10-gruppen at IKEA Museum
Bold, bright, beautiful design – that’s what signifies the iconic Swedish design collective 10-gruppen. After a long line of IKEA collaborations, the time has come to join hands with IKEA Museum. Together with co-founders Tom Hedqvist and Ingela Håkansson Lamm, we have developed a brand new, fun-loving and colourful collection. Enjoy browsing through!
IKEA Museum collection
IKEA Museum 343 36 collection
As an homage to the heart of IKEA and our roots in the forests of Småland, we have launched a collection with the post code 343 36 – the location of the first ever IKEA store, and now IKEA Museum.
Hagberg + Hagberg
A collection of unique products inspired by iconic IKEA design duo, Marianne Hagberg and Knut Hagberg. The two siblings are behind many of the simple yet innovative products loved by IKEA customers over the decades. Pick your favourites amongst stationery, pins, posters, T-shirts and, of course, a stylish tote bag to bring them home in.
Set the table
Set the table with STOCKHOLM for spring and summer parties.
Take your pick from these nostalgia-inducing mementos, from pins and fridge magnets with Ingvar Kamprad’s most memorable sayings, to must-have miniatures of IKEA classics.
Only at IKEA Museum
What’s the story?
The products in this collection tell stories of bygone times and of inspiration from other, sometimes unexpected sources.