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A room fit for a teenage fashionista

In going from housing a child to a teenager, a room faces a new set of needs, moods and interests. We created a space tailored to suit a young person bent on fashion.

Make the most of a limited space with flexible accessories like this IKEA SKÅDIS pegboard combination.
Make the most of a limited space with flexible accessories like this IKEA SKÅDIS pegboard combination.

One room, many needs

Different stations for different activities make the most of a limited space. Like placing your desk open-ended to make it conveniently multi-purpose – letting you go seamlessly from sewing to mirror time to updating yourself on trending blogs.

A walk-in wardrobe – hidden under your bed

It’s remarkable what you can fit underneath a bed. Like an open wardrobe all of your own. Just walk in, choose your look for the day and sashay out to take on the world.

Everything in check

Getting fabulous in the morning, sewing fashion or simply keeping stuff organised. Arrange your storage to be within easy reach depending on activity, and you’ll have all your things right where you need them.

TJENA storage box with a lid has a white, black, pink and mustard coloured graphic pattern.

A bedside table for a loft bed

A raised bed offers calm and seclusion. Having everyday necessities nearby lets you enjoy it even more. With a shelf next to your pillow – with room for a good read, an alarm and a phone-charging RIGGAD lamp – you’re set to sleep sound all night.

We love to see our customers get creative with our products. Go for it! But please note that altering or modifying IKEA products so they can no longer be re-sold or used for their original purpose, means the IKEA commercial guarantees and your right to return the products will be lost.

Made by
Interior designer: Fredrik Biel
Photographer: Måns Jensen
Writer: Henrik Annemark