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New for IKEA Childrens in 2011

Posted on July 13, 2010 at 5:59 pm
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IKEA STUVA childrens bedroom furniture 2011New Childrens Furniture for 2011

We’re excited about the new lineup of kids furnishings for the 2011 IKEA catalog year. Lots of color with an emphasis on pink and blue make kids bedrooms loads of fun to design and live in. Modular components allow for maximum space utilization and customized layout suited specifically to the needs of your child.

We’ll have more for  you after tomorrow’s IKEA Catalog Launch in NYC, but in the meantime, we have this sneak peek for you! Read on to see what’s new in IKEA Children for 2011… (Hint: Don’t miss the new DUKTIG Soft Toys – so cute you’ll want to eat them!)

IKEA Children’s Storage for 2011

IKEA has discontinued TROFAST[Edit-TROFAST has not been discontinued, just going through a changeover...] to the dismay of many. We share your pain. However, there’s a fabulous new colorful lineup of  modular IKEA storage options for kids that we’re sure you’re going to love: STUVA.

Available in pink, blue, aqua, green, white and birch, STUVA components include tall, medium and short doors; shallow, medium and deep drawers in two widths; wire baskets; hanging rods; and fixed shelves to allow you to design the perfect storage for your kids’ bedrooms.

IKEA STUVA Modular Childrens Furniture

IKEA STUVA childrens bedroom furniture 2011

IKEA STUVA childrens bedroom furniture 2011

IKEA STUVA childrens bedroom furniture 2011

IKEA STUVA childrens bedroom furniture 2011

IKEA STUVA childrens bedroom furniture 2011

IKEA STUVA childrens bedroom furniture 2011

IKEA STUVA childrens bedroom furniture 2011

IKEA Children’s Beds for 2011

In addition to the pink SOMMAT crib shown above which will also be available in blue and green (Thank you, @AndreaKDennis!), there are some other new (and not so new) IKEA beds for 2011. Below is the GULLIVER childs bed in white, followed by the TROMSO bunk bed and the TROMSO loft bed in what looks like white powder coated steel.

IKEA GULLIVER childrens bed 2011

IKEA TROMSO bunk beds

IKEA TROMSO loft bed 2011


The IKEA DUKTIG kids play kitchen isn’t new, but these DUKTIG soft toys are and they’re precious! So much fun, I will have a hard time resisting buying one of each, but hey – at $5.99, I may not have to! Check it out:

DUKTIG Soft Toy Breakfast Set

IKEA Childrens DUKTIG Soft Toy Breakfast

DUKTIG Soft Toy Dessert Set

IKEA Childrens DUKTIG Soft Toy Desserts

DUKTIG Soft Toy Vegetable Basket

IKEA childrens DUKTIG Soft Toys Vegetables

DUKTIG Soft Toy Fruit Basket

IKEA childrens DUKTIG Soft Toys FruitsIKEA LANDET Farm Animals

2011 Snake of the Year

Seems like every few years, there’s a new snake that makes its debut. This year’s model is red and plush, and not a bit scary:

IKEA childrens soft toy snake 2011


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20 Responses to “New for IKEA Childrens in 2011”

  1. ted says:

    Here’s a video of a STUVA display:

  2. Susan says:

    Thanks, Ted! Doesn’t do the colors justice but hopefully we can remedy that with a video of our own today!

  3. Shannon says:

    Love the fruit and veg baskets! Any ideas on prices?

  4. Carrie says:

    It’s not true that Trofast is discontinued. It was prominently displayed at their press event in NYC last week (now available in white, in fact) and is in the 2011 catalog.

  5. Susan says:

    Shannon, as far as I know these will be in the $5-$8 range, depending on the product.

  6. Susan says:

    Yes, you are correct. All reports we were getting a few weeks ago indicated that it was being discontinued, but in fact it was in ‘changeover,’ which is when they discontinue some items and reissue with new article numbers, or change the manufacturer or colors available. We have LOTS of pics of TROFAST both at the exhibit and at the store and plan to correct the information pronto!


  7. Katie says:

    Was the Leksvik crib in the 2011 catalog? Can’t find it anywhere, and wondering if it’s discontinued.

  8. Susan says:

    I have heard but not confirmed that the entire LEKSVIK line is in changeover. It’s shown on page 210 in the 2011 catalog and it’s now $129 instead of $159 like in 2010. :) Hope that helps!!

  9. Sharon Mia Opinionstein says:

    Are you sure about the Trofast???? Please tell me it is not discontinued! I am so bummed, I will not be able to upgrade my son’s room if it is truly gone. This happened to us with the Bondi and I like the Besta but the quality of the Bondi just seems superior.

  10. Susan says:

    Sharon – you’re in luck – TROFAST has not actually been discontinued as we were led to believe. It is going through a changeover. Some of the items available before will no longer be available, but the line itself has not been discontinued. Sorry for the scare!


  11. Jeanette says:

    Does anyone have the instructions for the Stuva Malad Doors?

  12. Susan says:

    Jeanette- best to ask in the forums for specific help with finding instructions for IKEA products. Good luck!

  13. Jane says:

    We bought the Landet Farm for our 18 month old. It was a bit expensive for what we get ($20). Can anyone tell me what the gray thing is (looks like stacked hay bales to me but is the wrong color)?

  14. Jane says:

    Oops, forgot to mention why I thought the Landet farm is not the best value. It is difficult for me to get the animals and the fence to stand up properly (forget about my toddler being able to do it any time soon).

  15. Holly says:

    Has anyone heard anything about the green STUVA MÅLAD drawer fronts (the larger ones – 401.286.81) being out of stock? I’ve been checking online for over a month now – no stock anywhere and no date when it will be delivered.

  16. JB says:

    Hi, I just purchased the STUVA MALAD drawer fronts (item # 401.286.81) in green at the IKEA in Long Island, NY (Hicksville). There were 22 in stock 3 days ago and while they do offer shipping with purchase by telephone, the charge is substantial (about $40). Hope this helps.

  17. Kelly says:

    Does anyone know if the Leksvik children’s extendable bed will be available? I bought one for my son last year and went to Ikea today to buy one for my second son and they told me it was discontinued! It seemed like a popular style so I surprised.

  18. Jeremy says:

    Does anyone know what the animal with the spot over it’s eye is in the Landet Farm Set? We are having a debate as to whether it is a dog or a calf (I think it is a dog). Just to answer JB’s question – I think the grey thing is a stone wall.

  19. Gillian says:

    I am also surprised that the Leksvik extendable bed is not currently available. Although Ikea has another extendable bed, it’s much more girly than the Leksvik. I loved the Leksvik too and when I went to buy was told that it wasn’t available and they weren’t sure if/when it would be available again. If there were problems with the bed, I’d understand why it was pulled but I was really impressed.

  20. Liz says:

    Can anyone find a link for the extendable bed that is still available? I can’t find one on the website in both Canada or the US.


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