Ikea’s new FLISAT series of furniture and smart storage solutions for kids

Book shelf

If you, like me are an Ikea lover, look away because their new FLISAT series will leave you wanting to refurnish the kids’ playroom. Designed for play and storage, the new series of durable children’s products are simple yet stylish.

Using modern and traditional designs Ikea are bringing kids’ furniture back to the basics with their hardwearing solid pine FLISAT series. The new collection offers furnishing for all types of children’s activities as well as some nifty storage solutions. Made to last, the solid pine pieces with a woodgrain finish will withstand the rough and tumble of childhood.

Toy Storage

For storage that rolls with ease from room to room the FLISAT Toy Storage With Wheels ($50) is the way to go. Watch your little one have fun collecting all their favourite toys and carting them around as they please.

Children's Table

A kids’ table with storage is both useful and genius and Ikea’s new FLISAT Children’s Table ($89) can be just that if paired with some TROFAST storage boxes. Every table needs a chair and you’re in luck, the new collection has a delightful Children’s Stool ($25) that your kids will love.

Book Display

Choosing a bedtime story is easier than ever with the FLISAT Book Display ($25), putting books within your little one’s reach.

Doll house/shelf

A doll house doesn’t need to be big and fancy for your child’s imagination to run wild, in fact keeping them plain and simple like Ikea’s FlISAT Doll’s House/Wall Shelf ($50) will allow your little one to create a home for their dolls (or dinosaurs) by adding their own style and colour schemes. The Doll’s House also doubles as a delightful wall shelf once your kids have outgrown their doll playing days

The adorable collection of Scandi style furniture will blend nicely into every room, but can easily be dressed up with some simple homemade accents. See the full range of the new FLISAT series over at Ikea.

Hayley Pickett

Hayley is a young stay at home mum. She spends her days chasing around her mischievous children, one of whom is convinced she is a princess and the other a one year old rock climber. She lives in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney and loves to end the day writing and catching up on social media while relaxing with a cup of tea, or three.

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