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A tween-age dream

Too cool for toys but still into arts and crafts and giggly sleepovers? Here’s a children’s room for a tween or teen who’s starting to express and explore their style while holding on to favourite hobbies and those weekend get-togethers with besties.

An older child’s bedroom with a SMÅSTAD wardrobe and a SLÄKT bed opposite an OMTÄNKSAM chair and a MICKE desk.
An older child’s bedroom with a SMÅSTAD wardrobe and a SLÄKT bed opposite an OMTÄNKSAM chair and a MICKE desk.

Colour and comfort

Why not give the sleepovers a boost with colourful quilt covers and pillowcases made from comfy materials like lyocell and sustainably-grown cotton?

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A SLÄKT bed stands in a child’s bedroom with its underbed pulled out. Both are covered in colourful GRACIÖS bed linen.
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Neatly visible

You can use boxes inside drawers to help keep each thing in its place and make it easier for your kid to find what they’re looking for.

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A SLÄKT bed with underbed and storage stands in a child’s bedroom. A drawer is pulled out from under the bed.
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Their style outside and in

Expressing personal style becomes increasingly important as children get older. If you choose a wardrobe with cork doors, your kid can show off their favourite pictures on the outside and take care of the clothes they love on the inside.

Two SMÅSTAD wardrobes with white drawers, cork doors and arrow-shaped handles stand next to each other. One has an open door.

Storage that’s easy to reach

You can help your kids get at and tidy away their things by putting their wall cabinets at a height they can reach easily.

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SMÅSTAD cabinets with JÄRNSPARV handles are mounted on a blue wall, and different boxes and magazine files sit on top.
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Making room for two

It doesn’t matter if it’s time for study, crafts or hobbies – it’s always more fun when you’re two. If you get your child a long desk and an extra stool, you’ll make sure there’s always room for a friend.

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A MICKE desk, an OMTÄNKSAM chair and a KYRRE stool sit in a corner under three wall-mounted SKÅDIS pegboards.
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A mini artist’s studio

With a curtain rod, a few curtain rings with clips and a drawing paper roll, you can help your budding painter create and display their art.

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A MÅLA drawing paper roll and paintings hang on a wall-mounted RÄCKA curtain rod, near an ALEX drawer unit on castors.
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