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
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 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 DUKTIG Soft Toys
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
DUKTIG Soft Toy Dessert Set
DUKTIG Soft Toy Vegetable Basket
DUKTIG Soft Toy Fruit Basket
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: