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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
Two white extended children’s beds side by side in a pink and white bedroom.
Fresh white, wood and yellow nursery with cot, changing table and storage.
Blue and white nursery with white cot, changing table and chest-of-drawers.
A blue, green and white children’s bedroom with a silver bunk bed and pull-out bed.
A childrens bedroom with the MINNEN extendable bed against a wall beside the SUNDVIK changing table. A train set is laid out on the floor.
Let’s Play For Change campaign graphics – cubes with childish patterns in different colours.
“53% of parents would like to find their inner child and become playmates with their children.”
IKEA Play Report 2017So, join us and Play For Change.
RIGHT NOW AT IKEA
Kids designing for kids
The IKEA SAGOSKATT egg-shaped soft toy owl was drawn by a girl, 8 years old, that wanted an owl at home, but she knew that keeping a real owl was not possible. This is one of the winning ideas from our annual kids’ drawing competition.
Marvel at the new SAGOSKATT soft toys from an egg-shaped owl to a happy spider – designed by kids from all over the world in our yearly drawing competition.
See more soft toys
The IKEA SAGOSKATT soft toys are all about kids designing to help other kids. It’s a collection of imaginative cuddly creatures including an egg-shaped owl, a toucan with a rainbow beak and a blue ninja bird – all winning ideas from our annual kids’ drawing competition.