IKEA Hacks for Kids
IKEA Hacking for the kid's room. Looking for the best IKEA hack for your kid's room? You're in the right place. We share all things Ikea Ideas for kids and easy…
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Today I would like to show you a little Ikea Hack which is perfect for the nursery. And best of all: you can do it together with your little ones. Like most of us, children love crafting. So in the following I will show you an ‘IKEA-HACK FOR CHILDREN’. First you would need to buy a white and a red IKEA LAMPAN, replace the red lamp shades and use it for the other lamp.
Here’s how to make a DIY miniature Wooden Windmill with spinning blades! As a mill madman, grandfather and miller, you also want to infect your grandchildren a bit with this. Folders of De Hollandsche Molen, building kits, visits to the mill and movies help with that, but nothing is more powerful than an indestructible mini windmill with real spinning blades.
Peek inside our Little Lifelong Learners playroom! We're sharing how we've organized our play area to encourage creative play for our toddler and preschool children. Read the blog post to learn more about our ikea playroom storage ideas and how we created inviting small world and dramatic play spaces! #playroom #toystorage #playroomorganization
A play kitchen can be a great purchase for the play space, but what happens when it starts getting ignored? Here’s the thing, play kitchens are a great novelty in the beginning – children just love to emulate the real world in their play – but after a while, putting plastic fruit and veg into a toy saucepan and pretending to cook it loses its edge.
Create the perfect sleep/play space for your little ones with these IKEA tips. There are many different things to consider when designing your child’s bedroom. These aspects include comfort, safety, organisation and of course fun. Furnishing is the first step in to incorporating all of these important tips in to your children’s bedrooms. I have written a guide to buying the right furniture for your child’s space.
I live in Sweden and if you live in Sweden and have kids you probably also have an IKEA BOLMEN step stool in your bathroom or somewhere in your house. So do I, and after many years sitting in the bathroom, staring at the step stool I’ve been thinking that it looks like a face. One day I decided to have some fun with the kids. So I made two eyes and a tongue out of paper and attached it to the inside of the stool.