Children have always had a special role in the catalogs of IKEA, with cheerful and colorful items. They show it in their stores, particularly in the areas designed for the smallest of the house, and in the collections that surprise us season after season.
Now, IKEA returns to launch two collections in which children are the absolute protagonists with vibrantly colored items that seek to reconcile the game and order to create fun and comfortable spaces. Do you accompany us to discover these novelties?
The Hemmahos series It is inspired by everyday objects of use, and has stuffed animals in the shape of a cactus, toothbrushes or giant pencil, which in addition to decorating the children's room, also serve to play.
This collection also has carpets that help create a game environment in his room thanks to his designs, since they reproduce huge buildings, or the hopscotch game.
In this series there are also curtains, comforters and bedspreads. And in addition, the Hemmahos collection has a supportive character, since these articles are part of the Let's Play! campaign, for which the IKEA Foundation will allocate one euro for each toy sold to children's projects in disadvantaged communities.
The order, protagonist of the Flyttbar collection
The second of the collections aimed at children is sure to immediately catch fathers and mothers, since it is oriented towards order. Under the title of Flyttbar, this collection of storage for children It aims to teach the smallest of the house to tidy the room as if it were a game.
As you can see in the images, some of the items in this functional and cheerful collection have trunk or suitcase shapes. Models that serve to pack, unpack and store in an intuitive way, turning an obligation such as collecting and storing in a fun habit, especially if it is done as a family. The ** boxes with a lid and decorated with the drawings of a city ** is also really beautiful.
Two collections to fill the children's room with joy, and that in addition to entertaining the children, can also be used to decorate, and to keep the house in order.