IKEA İyi Fikirler - Çocuk odasında eğlenceli alanlar yaratın

Room for fun

Having a space where they’re free to express themselves boosts children’s confidence. Make that the building block of your room plan. Find furniture they can customise so they can really make it theirs – chalkboard doors turn drawers from practical furniture into a blank canvas to explore. And storage that’s easy for them to open or move means they can take control of looking after their things.

Creative space

When things are on show, kids are more likely to use them, so store pens and paper where they’re easy to find and let creativity flow freely. We were inspired to hang the LUSTIGT colouring roll on the wall after watching art lover Lucas roll it out on the floor and get colouring. And make an art form of storage. Put up hooks for their favourite dress-up costumes at a height they can reach.

In the room brothers Lucas (4) and Milo (2) share, the space has been divided into zones for art, dressing up and reading, with plenty of floor space left clear for tumbling and playing games.

“Lucas loves art. He would happily do it from the second he wakes up. He finds drawing so therapeutic.”

Imagination zone

Give your child props for role-playing games – it encourages them to use their imagination and develops social skills. Whether it’s cooking on a toy stove or playing parent and serving a meal to their soft toys, when children turn the things they see grown-ups do into play, it allows them to learn by mimicking. From language to taking turns and being caring, it’s building life skills.

Cosy corner

You only need a few textiles to turn a corner into a space where your little one can retreat from the big, real world into a comforting place that’s just their size. If it’s a reading corner, add a portable bookcase like FLISAT and a child-safe reading light – or a torch for imaginary trips taken under cover of night!

IKEA İyi Fikirler - Çocuk odasında eğlenceli alanlar yaratın

“We’re anti making the kids sign up for lots of activities! We don’t have a schedule or set bedtime. For now, before they start school, we just do what feels good and enjoy our time together.”

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