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CHILDREN’S FURNITURE

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.

CHILDREN’S FURNITURE INSPIRATION
Find your favourite magical space
Decorate your children’s bedroom with new blue and white SÅNGLÄRKA textile series, including floral bedsheets and semi-sheer curtains that have blue and pink butterflies.
Create a calm and organised nursery with IKEA STUVA FRITIDS white clothes wardrobe. The low height, rounded corners and handles make it a safe and child adapted closet.
This child’s pink bedroom walls are filled with hand drawn sketches and art. Nurture creativity with functional pine furniture that organises art supplies.
IKEA SLÄKT white bed frame can fit into small space bedrooms for teenagers and pre-teens alike. It has four sliding drawers and two open shelves to display items or books.
This cosy baby room offers everything you need, both in comfort and necessities. IKEA GRÖNLID is a comfy place to relax when nursing and cuddling. IKEA NÖJSAM baskets and boxes make diaper sessions on IKEA SOLGUL changing table as easy as they can be.
RIGHT NOW AT IKEA

A small kitchen for endless play

A SPISIG play kitchen with a blackboard on one side and a play kitchen on the other, separated by white and blue curtains. A close-up of the sink in SPISIG play kitchen with curtains.
Get more fun out of SPISIG play kitchen with a kitchen on one side and a blackboard on the other — it’s great for playing restaurant, shop or puppet show.
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