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CHILDREN’S IDEAS

Because growing up is fun to do

We take kids seriously. It's why we make toys that exercise their bodies as much as their minds. It's why why we make furniture that grows as they do, so you can make a good investment. It's why we offer products in age ranges, because each stage of growing up has its own needs. And it's why we work to the strictest safety standards in the world, so you can be happy knowing they're growing up well.

Adults and kids can have a dinner party together with a kids’ activity table to keep them entertained. The kids table is set and ready to go with activities, plus plenty of sweet things to eat, including three different cakes.
Watch the video for some summer scrapbooking ideas for kids, by kids.
Watch the video for some summer scrapbooking ideas for kids, by kids.
View of room with kids playing in homemade indoor camp. Green plants, green STOCKHOLM fabric and rug with BUSA play tunnel on floor.
Wide view of shared kids’ bedroom with loft bed, with two girls relaxing on the Risane high-sided easy chair. Storage on walls. Colourful trail of lights on floor.
View of colorful bedroom with kids’ drawing with felt-tip pens on to MALA drawing paper roll on wall. BEKVAM step stools.
Two young boys and a girl hold up handmade trophies while standing behind a makeshift podium in the corner of a room.
Find out what happens at night when the toys inside a bookshelf castle come to life. Get inspiration for creating magical toy houses your children will love.
A homework corner in the living room showing a desk, a chair and wall cabinets from IKEA.
Two kids on IKEA balance beams in a room set up with gymnastic toys.
Bedroom with a blackboard wall and IKEA storage holding lots of colourful paints.
A nursery with Children’s IKEA changing table, crib, armchair, rug and floor lamp.
Kids’ shared bedroom. Two IKEA beds in an L-shape with fabric room divider between them.
Close-up of a building made from egg boxes and cardboard, decorated with IKEA wrapping paper.
A space for the children inside the living room
Two girls sharing one room but still having there own space
A shared children’s room with bed and small furniture