Barneby's, which is one of the world's leading search engines for art, antiques and collectables, predicts the re-release of the table could see its value explode to as much as $3160 in 2030 and $8775 in 2040.
The site wrote, 'The LÖVBACKEN has become a collectible for the most discerning of furniture experts, I wouldn’t be surprised if the development in its value would look like this in the future.'
The LÖVBACKEN features solid beechwood legs with a light brown fibreboard table top and is currently available to purchase in Australia - but only for a limited time.
In June, Ikea announced it would phase out all single-use plastic products by 2020 across its stores worldwide.
This means Ikea will stop selling single-use plastic products including straws, plates, cups, freezer bags, garbage bags and plastic-coated paper plates and cups. This new initiative will also take effect across all Ikea's restaurants.