IKEA never ceases to amaze us with its diverse range of offerings. From the unexpected to the classic, there is always something new drawing us in (and the budget-friendly price tags don’t hurt). The Swedish retailer’s now iconic, Scandi-cool vibe lends itself to just about every style and space, and the little ones’ room is no exception.
From vibrant decorative accents to creative storage solutions so design-forward we would actually want it for ourselves, IKEA’s curated line of kid-centric offerings lives right up to the rest of the retailer’s forever fresh offerings.
In lieu of having you wander the seemingly never-ending aisles of the store (as fun as that sounds), we did all the heavy lifting for you, seeking out the best new pieces for kids to have hit the stores as of late. Read on for the IKEA kids’ furniture and accessories we can’t get enough of.
Checkered landing pads
Stillsamt Rug, $39.99
An ultra-soft rug is hard to come by, and one that also features an inspired color detail is even more so. This patterned landing pad will look good in just about any spot.
Pillows with a playful take on terrazzo
Möjlighet Cushion, $24.99
We’re swooning over the speckled motif of this lumbar cushion, a playful wink at terrazzo.
Stools with personality
Mammut Children’s Stool, $7.99
A cheery accent piece prime for the little ones that you won’t mind having scattered around the house. Sounds like a win-win for all.
Bedding that tells a story
Graphic jungle patterns make us want to steal this charming bed set for our own room.
Tumblers that taste like the rainbow
Kalas Tumbler, $2.49
Anyone with a toddler can recognize the importance of unbreakable dishware. Enter this ultra-vibrant collection of tumblers built to withstand the hardest of wear.
Beds that were made for dreams
Minnen bed frame, $119
This expandable bed grows with the little ones, isn’t an eyesore, and comes with an affordable price tag we can’t pass up.
Nightlights to ward off monsters
Trollakulla Lamp Shade, $9.99
We would style this whimsical lampshade on a nightstand for a fun Where The Wild Things Are vignette.
Storage that doesn’t shy away from color
Busunge 2-Drawer Chest, $139
Built with Scandinavian simplicity in mind, this versatile, blush-toned basic is a storage essential they can use well into their teenage years.
A fruit basket with all the feels
Have you ever seen a more charming set? Move the Shopkins aside, as this felt take on fruit is going to be all the rage.
Lights that float
Shelving you’ll want for yourself
Flisat, Book Display, $19.99
Tackle that ever-growing book collection with a streamlined shelving unit that’s all about Scandi-cool.
Furniture fit for the dollhouse
Warning: Objects may be smaller than they actually appear. While a living room set like this would be ideal for the little ones’ space, it’ll work just as well for the miniature demographic. In case you were at a loss of what to do with it, we found the perfect dollhouse to pair it with.
Benches with hidden storage
Colorful tools to help them learn
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