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Children 8-12

Time for some personal space

Between the ages of 8-12, kids explore their identity and how they fit into the world. So our children’s furniture isn’t just practical for everything from sleepovers to gaming, it also helps kids personalise their space and show who they are.

Space of their own
A children's room with a bunk bed in pine and storage with doors and drawers in birch/whiteGrey backgroundA children's room with a desk in pine with white legs, a white chair and storage in pine with green plastic boxesA children's room with a blue chest of drawers and a mirrorA children's room with a desk in white/green, a white chair and wall storage with plastic boxesA white wardrobe with an white extendable children's bed
A gallery of ideas for youth 8-12
Even if they’d rather you keep out, for now you can still help choose what goes into their room. Browse our youth 8-12 gallery to find furniture, storage and more in lots of styles to fit their budding personalities.
Visit our gallery of youth 8-12 ideas
Fun playmakers with a circus touch
Two boys juggling with colourful balls and clubs
Help make playtime more challenging, satisfying and fun with the TRÄNING juggling set. Designed to be just like the professional versions, they’re made soft for children to use.
A girl swinging in a green textile swing in the livingroom
Let kids find their inner trapeze artist without leaving the livingroom, thanks to the circus inspired GUNGGUNG swing. Perfect for a good dose of active movement.
GUNGGUNG Swing $29.99 GUNGGUNG Swing $29.99
A balancing bench in solid birch with white and red seat
Made from solid birch wood, IKEA PS balancing bench works just as well as a seat as it does for balancing and playing.
IKEA PS 2014 Balancing bench $79
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Help kids find the joy of movement with the new, circus-inspired play collection. Developed with the Swedish performance group Cirkus Cirkör, watch the video above to see some of the exciting possibilties of the collection in action.