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New Things for the Littles at IKEA

Ikea’s spring collection continues and for April they are introducing a few new adorable things for the littles! I like too that they are moving away from the childish rainbow colors to a more calming, crisp white and green colour palette. From play time to bath time, check out their new baby and toddler accessories for spring!

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  • SKYLTA Children’s Market Stand 1 of 6
    SKYLTA Children's Market Stand
    Give a child a toy wrapped in cardboard, they will inevitably play with the cardboard. So why not give them a toy made of cardboard? The SKYLTA children's market stand encourages play and the use of children's imagination.
    Available in April at IKEA.
  • BÖRJA + SMÅGLI Set 2 of 6
    BÖRJA + SMÅGLI Set
    The BÖRJA training beaker has handles that are easy to grab. SMÅGLI plate and bowl make it easier for children to feed themselves.
    Available in April at IKEA.
  • FORSIKTIG 3 of 6
    FORSIKTIG
    The FORSIKTIG has a new look. The perfect stool for children with its anti-slip cover.
    Available in April at IKEA.
  • LOCKIG 4 of 6
    LOCKIG
    LOCKIG potty has an ergonomic design, an anti-slip bottom and a removable center.
    Available in April at IKEA.
  • LÄTTSAM 5 of 6
    LÄTTSAM
    LÄTTSAM baby bath has a soft, anti-slip bottom and slide protectors to hold it steady. "The baby bath has round, gentle shapes that encircle the baby," says designer Tina Christensen. "And it's formed to make it easy for you to fill and empty the bath."
    Available in April at IKEA.
  • LÄTTSAM 6 of 6
    LÄTTSAM
    A side view of the bath.
    Available in April at IKEA.

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Jan is the co-founder of Poppytalk, a blog about the beautiful, the decayed and the handmade and Poppytalk Handmade, an online curated marketplace. Follow her on Twitter , Facebook and Pinterest!

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