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Wind-down rituals and bedtime routines

Kids get a better recharge with happy and healthy habits that make the falling-asleep part easier. A long cuddle, a warm bath, a good book or some music – all ages have their favourite ways of unwinding.

A girl holding two soft toys beside a toddler standing in a grey cot, with a children’s bed with blue bed linen behind.
A girl holding two soft toys beside a toddler standing in a grey cot, with a children’s bed with blue bed linen behind.

Soft light from your soft toy

A soft-glowing, cuddly friend is a good companion when it’s story time – not to mention in bed. This little night lamp will work wonders to keep the monsters under the bed at bay.

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A grey PEKHULT soft toy with LED night light and a LEN blanket next to a boy and his father reading in a cosy sofa.
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Learning to love your bed

Sleeping in your own bed is an important step in growing up. Soon enough, a cot that’s a nice, safe and comfy space can become a favourite place. It usually just takes some getting used to.

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A grey SUNDVIK cot with a toddler standing inside reaching for a mobile, with a soft toy in wall storage behind.
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Nighty night, little mobile

A colourful mobile is a familiar, soothing sight when your baby is drifting off to sleep. And as soon as their eyes pop open again, it can offer moments of great fun.

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A multicolour GULLIGAST mobile with different animals, flowers and shapes.
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Get up and snuggle up

Keeping warm after the bedtime bath is a nice way to get extra sleepy. Just roll up in this comfy and cosy hooded towel made from 100% cotton from more sustainable sources.

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A girl wrapped in a green RÖRANDE towel with hood on a bed with car patterned blue bed linen and a white curtain behind.
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Draw the blind, lower the light

A block-out blind is your best friend when it comes to sleeping well. Light sends a wake-up signal to the brain that lowers the sleep-inducing hormone melatonin, which makes it harder to fall asleep and stay asleep.

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A window with soft toys on the window sill, dotted white LEN curtains and a white FRIDANS block-out roller blind.
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Your precious kids get the freshest air

Air quality affects our sleep – and sleep significantly affects our health. This air purifier improves the air quality in the children’s bedroom by filtering out dust and pollen. Adding a gas filter also helps reduce unpleasant smells.

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A white FÖRNUFTIG air purifier on a wall by a children’s bed with car patterned blue bed linen and a cat cushion.
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