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If you follow me on Instagram, you'll know our home's full of IKEA goodness.

I've been an IKEA superfan since my first Swedish meatball in that big, blue and yellow building. It's where I ask to spend each Mother's Day (the only day of the year Eric'll stroll through the entire showroom with me at a leisurely pace...). And, I'll keep coming back until I've outfitted my last room in the old folks' home!

Now, you may think it's odd for a doctor in her mid-( to be this obsessed with IKEA. But, as a fan of clean, modern design and affordable pricing, how could I not be???

Prince William and Kate Middleton have IKEA furniture in their kids' rooms and even the Kardashians have been spotted shopping there.

IKEA has something for everyone, regardless of age or budget.

Even if you're not into IKEA's modern, Scandinavian aesthetic, there are many pieces you can seamlessly incorporate into any room; their neutral staples are perfect for grounding vintage and eclectic pieces.

Our living room's a combination of family heirlooms, vintage finds and IKEA staples.

Below, I'll share my ten favorite IKEA home decor pieces. Stay tuned for a future post on my favorite IKEA home organization solutions!

1. Mosslanda Picture Ledge

A picture ledge is an efficient way to add decor and storage to any space. It's a non-committal, putter-friendly means of displaying art and tchotchkes.

IKEA's white Mosslanda ledge provides a simple base upon which to showcase just about anything, at an unparalleled price.

Mosslanda Picture Ledge ($14.99).

We use a Mosslanda ledge in our living room to showcase art and plants...

...and in my son's room for toys, books and Owen's own creations.

For more ideas on how to decorate your home with kids' art, check out this post:


2. Frosta Stool

This little stool is perfection.

Frosta Stool ($24.99,

It has minimal, modern bones and is a pretty good dupe for Alvar Aalto's iconic 'stool 60' at about 1/20th the price!

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We use it as a side table, but in a pinch, it's extra seating at the dinner table.

A couple of small side tables work better than a single, large coffee table in our narrow living room.

3. Sinnerlig Pendant Lamp

There's something magical about this light fixture. It seems to work in any space and with any style; from a boho bedroom to a midcentury-modern dining room, the Sinnerlig just works.

IKEA Sinnerlig Pendant Lamp ($99, Also available on Amazon.

Here it is over our dining table.

We replaced the black base and cord that come with the lamp with a white set (also sold at IKEA), to match the ceiling.

I love the handwoven lattice bamboo. It adds a natural, laidback vibe to our otherwise formal dining area and aids in the transition to our relaxed, modern boho living area.