Looks good, does good: discover the beautiful new Hemtrakt range from Ikea

See how Ikea’s ethically conscious new Hemtrakt range is helping women in India create sustainable livelihoods

For the fourth time, Ikea is working in collaboration with social entrepreneurs in India, to help rural communities of women create sustainable livelihoods. This year, the collaboration has designed the Hemtrakt collection, which features a limited-edition range of woven baskets and fabrics in a dainty blue pattern. Taking place country-wide, in regions such as Karnataka, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan, it promotes sustainability, ethically sourced materials and independence in female communities.

Shop the look here:

Cushion cover, £9, Ikea

Table runner, £8, Ikea

Pouffes made from banana fibre, £40 each, Ikea

Boxes with lids, £13 for three, Ikea

Placemat, £4.50, Ikea

Cushion cover, £9, Ikea

Beach bag, £15, Ikea

Take a look at this video to see behind the scenes of the organisation’s work:


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