Quickly create a personal look with MÄLLSTEN floor decking in weatherproof porcelain. The decking easily clicks together without tools. Mix with RUNNEN floor decking to enhance the creative look.Article Number293.204.02
The floor decking is made of durable and weatherproof porcelain with a lasting plastic bottom part.
The top part in porcelain and the plastic bottom part come in separate packages. You simply fix them together by placing the top part on the bottom part. The bottom parts then just click together – no tools are needed!
The materials are maintenance-free and easy to clean – just wipe off with a soft cloth dampened in water or wash with a garden hose.
To avoid slipping when walking on the floor decking, the surface has anti-slip protection.
The colour of the floor decking lasts longer since it has been burned into the porcelain.
The floor decking makes it easy for you to renew your terrace or balcony.
You can easily take the floor decking apart and put it together again if, for example, you want to clean the surface under the floor decking.
IKEA of Sweden/S Edholm/L Ullenius
The floor decking should only be placed on level and hard surfaces such as concrete, stone and wood.
There is a risk that the top part in porcelain will crack if placed on an uneven surface.
MÄLLSTEN floor decking cannot be cut. If you need to place floor decking around a corner, you can use RUNNEN floor decking and cut it for a perfect fit.
May be combined with MÄLLSTEN and RUNNEN floor decking in different colours and materials.
Comprises: 9 top parts and 9 bottom parts outdoor floor decking (30x30 cm).
Product is possible to recycle or use for energy recovery, if available in your community.
- MaterialBottom part, outdoor floor decking
Top part, outdoor floor deckingCare
- Polypropylene plastic (min. 20% recycled)
Bottom part, outdoor floor decking/top part, outdoor floor decking
- Feldspar porcelain
Wipe clean with a mild soapy solution.
- This outdoor flooring has been tested for home use and meets the requirements for durability and safety set forth in the following standard: EN 14411:2016.
Total area: 0.81 m²
Length: 30 cm
Width: 30 cm
Thickness: 2 cm
Package quantity: 9 pack
- This product comes as 2 packages.MÄLLSTENArticle Number204.562.87
Width: 32 cm
Height: 7 cm
Length: 33 cm
Weight: 1.30 kg
Package(s): 1MÄLLSTENArticle Number804.453.33
Width: 31 cm
Height: 12 cm
Length: 31 cm
Weight: 22.00 kg
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Only recycled or renewable plastic
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Phasing out single-use plastic
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PET and PP, our most commonly used plastics
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What is ceramic?
Ceramic is a heat-resistant and durable material that has been used by humans to make practical objects for thousands of years. The base material is different types of clay that are oven-burned and become things like terracotta, stoneware, pottery and porcelain. At IKEA we mainly use ceramic for plant pots, porcelain, washbasins and kitchen sinks. Since it can be shaped and even glazed to the desired colour and shine, the possibilities of styles and looks are endless.