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RAGGISAR Tray, dark grey,

Price $ 19

How to get it

These stackable trays have compartments for sorting and organizing accessories, jewelry, watches or delicate things in your drawers. It gives a good overview and the pressed felt adds a sense of quality.

Article Number803.480.25

Product details

You can use the storage space efficiently by stacking trays in different sizes on top of each other.

Helps you keep track of all your things in wardrobes and chests of drawers.


IKEA of Sweden

  • Material
    100% polyester

    Clean by vacuuming or use a lint roller.

    Do not wash.

    Do not bleach.

    Do not tumble dry.

    Do not iron.

    Do not dryclean.


Width: 40 cm

Depth: 30 cm

Height: 6 cm

  • RAGGISARArticle Number803.480.25

    Width: 30 cm

    Height: 6 cm

    Length: 40 cm

    Weight: 0.30 kg

    Package(s): 1


HandyBernadetteI like how it lessens the noise of using the drawer - I just wish it fit better. Otherwise, it's fine - it does what it's meant to. I wouldn't fork out that much for another though - it's a bit pricy for what it is.4
Great productKathleenGreat product5
Draw caddyrobynOk for what they are3
A little pricey but IRenaeA little pricey but I like it4
Keeps stationary tidyChristineKeeps stationary tidy5
So useful in "Alex" chestLesSo useful in "Alex" chest of drawers5
GreatTamaraFits great inside Alex drawers. Perfect for holding and separating all of my office stationery. There is still a gap at the back of the drawer so I can stash my snacks and people can’t see them.5
As advertised.BradenAs advertised.5
Awesome love itSharonAwesome love it5
This is a great organiserLynetteThis is a great organiser5
Great for desk drawsDanutaGreat for desk draws5
Little bit expensiveAdenLittle bit expensive5
Used it to sort myCarleenUsed it to sort my jewellery in a drawer. Great5
Attractive and practical.SueAttractive and practical.5
Perfect fit in drawers.johnJust what we needed to hold assorted stationary.5
NiceAnnaLove it5
More organising!GeorginaGood size for smaller make-up.5
Keeps the desk draw tidyAlwynKeeps the desk draw tidy5
RAGGISAR Tray, dark grey, 40x30 cm

A stress-free morning starts with the chest drawer

Messy chest drawers lead to both stress and frustration for many people. So how can we create order and make things easier to find in a drawer? And how can the inside look just as good as the outside of the chest of drawers? Product Developer Karolina Ringefelt found both the problem and the solution in all homes that she's visited over the years.

'Show me your chest drawer and I can tell you who you are'. Well, maybe a drawer with just socks and underwear doesn’t tell you a lot about someone. But the fact that there are great differences in how people structure drawer contents is something Karolina Ringefelt can easily acknowledge. She's seen a lot of chest drawers when visiting the homes of customers all over the world. Both in her previous job as an interior designer and in her current role where she develops new products for IKEA. "It's exciting, regardless of where or how people live, as most have exactly the same things in their drawers,” says Karolina. "It’s underwear, socks, t-shirts, and shirts. But how people fold – or don't fold – their clothes varies and often depends on tradition and their surroundings".

Messiness which causes frustration

Karolina has seen many smart solutions and systems for keeping things in order in chest drawers. In some homes, people sort based on colour, in other homes based on material or style. In the American city Philadelphia she visited a college guy who just bought white sport socks."By doing this, he could always fish up a pair of matching socks even though they were all jumbled up in the chest drawer". But Karolina also understood how frustrating it is for many people when they don't manage to keep things in order – when the drawer's inside just feels chaotic since everything is just lying untidy in a mess. And morning routines take too long when people need to look for matching socks (unless they've gone with the 'only white sports socks' strategy). These insights triggered the product developer in her: how could IKEA help people to organise their drawers in a better way?

Everything in its place

Almost immediately Karolina and her colleagues knew that they wanted to develop something that divides and separates the space in the drawer so that each item can have its dedicated place. "In Asia I've seen many examples of how people divide a chest drawer into smaller sections using boxes and compartments. But they're often made of hard plastic and are not very flexible, which means they can't make use of the entire space". The work culminated in RAGGISAR – soft boxes, adjustable dividers, and various compartments that can be stacked on top of each other. All in the same pressed felt material that gives a nice textile feel which is also ideal for storing clothes. "The flexibility is important so that people can combine them how they like and create their own optimised drawers", explains Karolina.

The result was just what Karolina and her team had hoped for. So does this mean that she will stop peeking into people's drawers and wardrobes? "No, no, that project is something I’ll never finish. People's lifestyles and storage needs change all the time. We want to keep up and always be able to contribute to making everyday life a little easier and more organised".


What is polyester?

Polyester is a durable, quick-drying and insulating material that is optimal to use for textiles and as filling in pillows, quilts and furniture. The material is made from crude oil – a limited resource. Since IKEA doesn’t want to contribute to more virgin oil being used, we are now gradually switching to recycled and traceable polyester from sources like PET bottles. What’s nice is that polyester can be recycled over and over, without changing or losing its great qualities.