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In honor of Ikea's 70th anniversary, the Swedish furniture giant is re-releasing some of its greatest hits from the '50s, '60s, and '70s. According to Curbed, the limited-edition, 26-piece ÅRGÅNG collection includes furniture, lighting, dishware, and rugs from Ikea's archives. Prices range from $3.99 for a single plate to $899 for a sofa. The ÅRGÅNG collection includes a pretty sweet butterfly chair for $29.99 and a very mod coffee table for $79.99.
Basically, if you want your apartment to look like Megan and Don Draper's but lack the patience to comb through vintage shops, a trip to Ikea could be in your future. The collection isn't available in every IKEA store, though, so check local stores for availability. See more pieces over at Curbed.
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