5 new baby and kid Ikea collections we’re loving


Looking for an excuse to head to Ikea (either virtually or in person) this weekend? Here are five new collections you’ll want to check out.

Are you currently trying to design a nursery? Perhaps your kid’s room needs an upgrade now that you’re spending way more time at home? There’s a reason why so many parents flock to Ikea for smart and affordable solutions to all of their home and decor needs. Here are five of the newest baby and kid launches from Ikea worth checking out.

1. Jattalik

dinosaur toys

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Pint-sized paleontologists will roar when they see these new toys and textiles that have just been added to the popular Jattalik collection. From new bedding prints to wooden toys, colouring scrolls and stuffies, there’s a lot to get your dino-lover excited about. From $5, ikea.com

2. Smagora

kids shelving unit filled with books and toys

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Whether you’re designing a nursery or a “big-kid” room, this new collection offers versatile pieces that will work in any space. The shelving unit can be installed either vertically or horizontally, the change table has a removable top that can be used as a shelf once your little one is out of diapers and the wardrobe is perfect for small rooms that may not have built-in closets.

crib with colourful nursery accessories

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There’s also a minimalist crib that would be a welcome addition to any style of nursery. From $35, ikea.com

3. Myllra

minimalist crib with drawers

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This baby furniture line is ideal for small spaces. The crib has a built-in drawer (perfect for storing extra sheets and sleepsacks) with stylish wood accents that make this feel like a much more expensive piece of furniture.

change table that transforms into dresser and shelving

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The rounded change table has the same natural wood detailing and can be transformed into a dresser with open shelving and clever book ledge combo for a bigger kid’s room. From $299, ikea.com

4. Kalas

picnic of fruit with pastel kid dishes

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Many parents are already big fans of this kid-friendly dish and cutlery line, but will be pleased to learn that you can now purchase the cups, plates, bowls and eating utensils in softer pastel colours.

pastel plastic kid cutlery

Photo: Ikea Canada

Sets from $1, ikea.com

5. Sagoskatt

stuffies that look like kids drawings

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Every year, this popular collection launches close to the holidays and features stuffies made from kids submitted drawings. All proceeds from this collection are donated to organizations across Canada that support children rights to play and develop. $5, ikea.com



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