Young London-based designer Kenyon Yeh is throwing the idea and the instruction booklets.
Seeking to create personal identity out of ubiquitous uniformity, Kenyon took standard Ikea flat-pack furniture and assembled the pieces as he wanted, adding some new details along the way. The resulting ‘Unikea’ collection is a quirky take on mass-produced design and a satisfyingly lead to original furniture design concept.
Taking liberties with the pieces that are at the heart of the Swedish giant, assembles the pieces into new basics that bear little resemblance to the original designs apart from their similar names and sturdy functionality.
Have a look on his site and get inspired! This is a very interesting way to reform your IKEAs in the most unique, witty and definitely not mass produced way!