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Beyoncé's stylist has designed a new range for IKEA - and you're going to love it

Inject some celebrity styling into your home

Chloe Best

We may not have her incredible £70million home or jet-set lifestyle, but we can still live like Beyoncé on a budget thanks to a new collection from IKEA. The Swedish homeware retailer has collaborated with celebrity stylist Bea Åkerlund on the new limited-edition Omedelbar collection, which launches in stores in March.

Bea is a long-time stylist for not only Beyoncé, but also the likes of Rihanna and Lady Gaga, so fans can be assured that they're injecting some A-list approved styling into their homes for as little as £3.

IKEA's new Omedelbar collection was designed by celebrity stylist

The range is inspired by Alice in Wonderland, with a black and white colour palette, quirky accessories such as upside-down hats as vases, red lip-shaped cushions and a chic gold clothes rail that any budding celebrity would love to show off their on-trend clothing collection. And you don't need a superstar budget to afford the range; prices span from £3 for a pair of glasses and £6 for a decoration box, up to £119 for the clothes rail and £225 for a black leather-look armchair.

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Speaking about the collection, which includes an inspirational 'B. who you are' embroidered cushion, Bea said: "'B. who you are' is about embracing yourself, no matter what the world thinks of you. It's about individuality and creativity - two important cornerstones of Omedelbar."

The range was inspired by Alice in Wonderland

IKEA has become known for its fashion-forward and affordable collections, and counts a number of famous faces among its fans. In January, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge even revealed that they have furnished Prince George and Princess Charlotte's bedrooms with IKEA furniture, although they didn't give further details about which pieces they own.

The retailer soon hopes to become more sustainable by trialling a furniture rental programme and buyback scheme in a bid to reduce furniture waste, as furniture has been revealed to be the least-recycled item in a household.

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