The brief? Update a shared kids’ bedroom by adding smart and affordable storage solutions and imaginative ways to play. The result? Two very excited children!
In the run up to the festive season, IKEA is putting play top of the agenda. Mercedes Gutierrez explains how the Let’s Play for Change campaign represents a long-term commitment to play.
Encourage development and self-confidence by making a child’s bedroom somewhere they can play and express themselves freely. Why not try these easy ideas from Hania’s cosy, colourful room?
Build the excitement the night before a celebration with a box full of all the essentials for a cosy sleepover. This new tradition has become a popular way to kick start the festivities and treat everyone to a special night in.
Design a bedroom that gives your budding artist plenty of opportunities to let their imagination run free.
For parents looking to furnish for twins, this bedroom is for you. Position the cots near the doorway so you can take a peek when you need. Blinds, boxes and soft textiles are just some of the many things that can also help create a calm and cosy nursery.
Here are a few smart ways to store baby clothes, changing supplies and more in your nursery — so you can spend less time stressing, and more time enjoying life’s little pleasures.
When everything has a dedicated place — clothes, diapers, bottles and blankets — you can spend less time stressing, and more time enjoying life’s little adventures.
Play is a great way for children to be creative and express themselves, as revealed by the latest IKEA Play Report. Make it easy for children to tap into their imagination and explore their personalities through fun activities.
The new TROLLBO light is designed to make a kid’s bedroom an inspiring space to grow and play. It’s also sustainable in more ways than one.
When space is limited, sharing a room can be a smart option. IKEA interior designer Sofie Lawlett took on the challenge to create a toddler’s ‘room’ in a parents’ bedroom.
Whatever space you have to play with, planning your child’s room around the different things they want and need to do will make everything easier and more fun for them. Take inspiration from this shared room, designed to encourage imaginations and independence.
Here's a room that encourages your child to be active, playful and curious, and there's always room for sleepovers. And it's easy to change the room's look as the child grows, thanks to the clean furniture design.
When your child grows, his will to express himself grows too. Give him a helping hand by making sure there's lots of open and closed storage in the bedroom so he can organise, and display, his hobbies and personal style to the fullest.
Here's how to make the most of a small shared children's room. A shared desk gives the siblings a space for common hobbies, while a bunk bed and two bedside tables provide well needed me time every now and then.
Let the children's room reflect your child's happy personality – make it colourful and make room for creativity and playfulness. VITVAL frees up precious floor space, and climbing to bed every night is great fun!