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HOVSTA Frame, birch effect,

Price $ 49

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Decorate with pictures you love. This frame varies the feeling of depth by mounting it closest to the viewer or at a distance. The plastic front protection is safe ― and does justice to the motif.

Article Number803.657.41

Product details

You can choose to frame your picture in different ways; close to the front or behind the box frame insert to add depth. And with or without the accompanying mount.

The frame can be used horizontally or vertically, whichever suits you or your picture best.

Front protection in plastic makes the frame safer to use.

PH-neutral mount; will not discolour the picture.


IKEA of Sweden


Picture without mount, width: 61 cm

Picture without mount, height: 91 cm

Picture with mount, width: 50 cm

Picture with mount, height: 70 cm

Mount opening, width: 49 cm

Mount opening, height: 69 cm

Frame width: 63 cm

Frame height: 93 cm


Lovely frameDianneLovely frame, just a bit too expensive for what you actually get. Also too narrow if, like me, your preferred method of mounting on the wall is 3M Command strips.3
good looking framesCraiggood looking frames, easy to use and reasonably priced5
good looking framesCraiggood looking frames, easy to use and reasonably priced5
good looking framesCraiggood looking frames, easy to use and reasonably priced5
Good quality cost effective frameStewartI keep returning to buy these frames to put my sons photographs in them. A perfect addition to my home5
Great colour toneAlanaSuited my pics perfectly. Older pics of my grandparents, so a white frame wasn’t going to suit. I like the backset design.5
Looks nice and light weightKylieEasy to use 3M products5
Not just for photosTammyUse it as a regular photo frame or make it a shadow box frame and turn it into a keepsake frame. The ideas for this versatile frame are endless.5
DecorativeTammyBought this to display a textured painting. Looks great but was disappointed that there wasn't glass in the frame, only plastic.4
Love these!TinaI buy these because the spacer can be painted to match your decor. My favourite IKEA hack.5
compliments any pictureRikkigood size for family pic to give as present5
Good for the priceSamA great frame. The frame insert gives you the option on making it a deep box frame or shallow depth. A good price and nice birch colour frame. Only issue I have is its not glass l, it's plastic but that's why it's a cheap price.4
No glass - such aJessicaNo glass - such a good improvement. It’s lighter and safer.5
A great frame for aJaneA great frame for a print. Looking good on my wall.5
Great large size frame!KylieGreat large size frame!5
Bert’s TreatAlbertProduct : Picture frames as described and easy to assemble and hang. Very happy 😃5
Very good for what IIrisVery good for what I needed5
Frame can be designed thickerTravFrame can be designed thicker for Velcro to stick - for renters / residents not willing to lunch hole on wall. Thanks5
Affordable and niceMichaelNice looking for an affordable5
Not quite right.EmilyI purchased a few frames to finally frame all of my artwork and have realised that every frame is smaller than the advertised size and I have had to trim my artwork which has really annoyed me. This size frame actually measures 39cm x 29.5 without the mount board. Unfortunately I opened them all to start framing so I couldn’t take any back! 3
HOVSTA Frame, birch effect, 61x91 cm

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What is fibreboard?

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