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Integrated lighting

Lighting that makes the details shine

Our integrated lighting is designed to work with furniture like bookcases, kitchen cabinets and wardrobes. It helps you light up the things you love to see, like pictures or mementos, or the things you need to find, like clothes or a favourite book.

IKEA Integrated lighting
OMLOPP LED spotlight, aluminium-colour Luminous flux: 85 lm Diameter: 6.8 cm Height: 1 cm
OMLOPP
LED spotlight
£10
Luminous flux: 85 lm, Diameter: 6.8 cm, Height: 1 cm

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