Ikea launches first ever doll's house range of furniture

Furniture will be based on some of its most recognisable lines.
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Ikea is launching its first range of doll's house furniture this August.

Designed by the same team for its main life-size range, the dolls house line will be based on some of Ikea's most recognisable products.

The new range will feature miniature reproductions of the Klippan sofa, Ikea's Expedit storage unit, the Lack table, an Ikea Stockholm rug, the PS Vago chair and Famnig heart cushion.

The doll's house collection will feature printed and illustrated packaging that can be painted and cut out, allowing kids to create a home environment for the furniture.

Carol McSeveney, children's Ikea business leader, said: "Until now, parents whose kids want to create a modern home for their toys have had to pay hundreds for miniature versions of home design classics.

"The HUSET range takes some of the most popular products in our range and makes them available to everyone at pocket money prices.

“Our research has shown that lots of kids want to create Doll’s Houses for their toys that reflect their own homes – furnished in a more modern style, with plenty of space to store all the accessories of course.

“Whether Barbie needs a rug for her yoga or a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle needs somewhere to lounge after a hard day’s crime-busting, this is furniture that would grace the home of any Disney Princess.”

The miniature line will retail at £12.

For more information on Ikea's range, visit the website here.

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