IKEA Now Sells Chair Sweaters & They're Useless But Amazing

Because your office chair deserves to be cozy.
Journaliste nouvelles, Narcity Québec
IKEA Now Sells Chair Sweaters & They're Useless But Amazing

It's almost time for cozy fall outfits again, and IKEA just made things a little more interesting.

If you're looking to spruce up your home office, the IKEA chair sweater could be just what you're looking for. A useless but fun accessory to make your desk chair a little less boring.

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The furniture giant launched its SAMMANKOPPLA collection this month, which is a limited-edition line of home accessories inspired by the urban style of Bangkok, Thailand.

The sweater costs $24.99 and it even comes with pockets. It's available for another eight weeks or while supplies last across Canada. 

And with a few money-saving IKEA hacks, you can get your whole work-from-home setup for cheaper.

This article was originally published in French on Narcity Québec.

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