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HÖGSMA Chopping board, bamboo,

Price $ 10

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Easy-care, hardwearing bamboo chopping board that stays firmly in place, is easy to grip and is kind to your knives. Also nice to use for serving, as a pot stand or as a perfect fit over RÅSHULT trolley.

Article Number104.256.11

Product details

Practical chopping board in bamboo that also functions as a lid on top of RÅSHULT trolley.

Made of bamboo, which is an easy-care, hardwearing natural material that is also gentle on your knives.

Serves as a tray or a pot stand as well.


Length: 34.8 cm

Width: 24 cm

Thickness: 1.6 cm


Love having a tidy topToniLove having a tidy top for my caddy.5
HÖGSMALyndaFits my cart perfectly, adds more room as I use it for storing in my craft room.5
A great board for thePamelaA great board for the kitchen5
Very happy with this productBrianVery happy with this product5
Best buyCarylI bought 4 to put on the 2 trolleys l bought for my pots. They both sit by my stove. I use the hogsma for the pits or dishes I'm using while cooking. It gives me extra bench side without leaving the stove.5
Ideal addition to Raskog cartPollaIf you’ve purchased the Raskog cart, the Hogsma board is the perspective addition. Adds a workspace to the top and covers up whatever you have stored in the top tray.5
Good Quality, Well Made . . .RodvarleyFits our trolley well, glad we purchased this.5
top for trolleyPaulgreat idea especially if you want to store something underneath, you can use as a topper5
Easy care and Compact sizeJillEasy care and Compact size is good for my small kitchen.5
Utilitarian!MareeDoes the job I wanted it for really well, busy renovating another house and this portable trolley with chopping board on top is most of my make shift kitchen.5
good value for moneyBelindafunny...no recollection of buying this.....I guess it must be good4
+ RaskogValoraHogsma Fits perfectly as lid on the Raskog trolley the simple things are often the best.5
useful bread boardAnneuseful bread board4
Love these because they don'tPamLove these because they don't take up much room so are easy to store, are light enough to move around, also strong and sturdy.5
HogsmaAmyStylish and easy to clean. Good quality.5
Great cutting board and cover for the RostogtrolleyMargaretI bought the Hogsma cutting board to put on the top shelf/container of the Rostog trolley/rolling cart. I am using my trolley to contain my patchwork sewing bits and pieces. I can keep the trolley near my sewing machine and can use the Hogsma cutting board as lid/cover or an extra surface when needed.5
Found these products to beFrancesFound these products to be well made and reasonably priced5
Chop away!MayI bought this chopping board to cover the top of my trolley so that I can carry meals, drinks etc on top of that and lift the entire thing to the table. It is really good as below the trolley is where I store the biscuits, sugar, etc for guests.5
came boardsRobertJust the right size, very durable, look great, we threw out some of our old wooden boards and happy with these replacements. Amazed at what we can make from bamboo.5

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What is bamboo?

Strong, flexible and one of the world's fastest growing plants – bamboo has many uses that make it an excellent renewable material. It’s a type of grass and usually grows without the need for fertilizers or irrigation. After being harvested, it grows new shoots that are ready for harvesting after 4-6 years. At IKEA we use bamboo for items like furniture, bathroom decor, baskets and lamps – and we are constantly exploring more areas of use for this versatile material.