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IKEA April Collection Has A Weird Pillow-Dress You Need To See

The IKEA April collection is officially here and, while it includes some seriously stylish furniture, there's one item you might not have seen coming. 

The FÄLTMAL is a "pillow/quilt," which is a pillow that converts into a wearable quilt. 

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While it may look like a strange blanket/dress more than it looks like a pillow/quilt, we're willing to bet the coziness is worth the weird looks you'll get. 

“A soft cushion that transforms into a large body duvet. Packs easily into a cushion again when you are on the go,” says the product description. It’s held up with buttons so it doesn’t slip off while you sip your coffee or read your book.

It costs $39.99 and is a nice deep green colour.

FÄLTMAL

Price: $39.99

Details: A travel pillow that zips out into a big, wearable duvet. 

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