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For the most important people in the world

Kids have a lot of work to do – like developing who they are, discovering the world and then starting their journey to independence. So having the right things at home can make it a little easier. From the day you bring them home until they’re almost all grown up, our children’s furniture will help you turn your home into the best possible playground.

Find your favourite magical space
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A children’s room with a silver-coloured bunk bed made with bed linen in turquoise and blue. On the floor there is a rug with LED lighting that looks like a stage.
A children’s room with a bunk bed, desk and storage in solid pine. Combined with bed linen, rug and noticeboard in pink.
A colourful children’s room with a light grey extendable bed, a yellow storage bench that looks like a treasure chest, a red footstool that can be used as a seat and a red playing tent.
A nursery with a light grey cot with drawers and a wardrobe. Combined with a beige bed canopy and a white armchair.
A colourful children’s room with a loft bed in solid pine with space underneath for drawing and reading. Combined with low storage in solid pine with plastic boxes in pink, green and orange.
Celebrate the holidays made by them
A small girl plays with some festive green and white wrapping paper.
These holidays we’re putting kids in charge of the season’s festivities with loads of decoration ideas for the whole home and festive creations made by them. Have a look to see what they came up with!
See more from the seasonal holiday collection
14 creative ideas to inspire and delight your children
A bookshelf used as a toyhouse and filled with toys. LED strip lights light up each compartment and there is blind hanging over the front at the top with windows cut into it. There is a child’s desk and lamp to the left. Close-up of a building made from egg boxes and cardboard, decorated with IKEA wrapping paper.A homework corner in the living room showing a desk, a chair and wall cabinets from IKEA.Kids’ shared bedroom. Two IKEA beds in an L-shape with fabric room divider between them.Two young boys and a girl hold up handmade trophies while standing behind a makeshift podium in the corner of a room. Bedroom with a blackboard wall and IKEA storage holding lots of colourful paints.

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with them


You choose it.
We’ll carry it.

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