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TROFAST Storage box, white,

Price $ 3

How to get it

This small, white box is perfect for storing beads, arts and crafts supplies and pens. Made of durable plastic and fits in TROFAST frames, but can also be stacked on the floor if you complete with a lid.

Article Number601.693.12

Product details

Fits in TROFAST frames.

Can be stacked when completed with a lid.


Studio Copenhagen

  • May be completed with TROFAST lid.

  • Material
    Polypropylene plastic

    Wipe clean with a damp cloth.

    Wipe clean with a dry cloth.


Length: 20 cm

Width: 30 cm

Height: 10 cm

  • TROFASTArticle Number601.693.12

    Width: 21 cm

    Height: 10 cm

    Length: 30 cm

    Weight: 0.21 kg

    Package(s): 1


Tidy little onesTaniaGreat way to help kids learn to keep thier belongings tidy and easy to store away.4
Great by itself or with FLISAT tableWen-YuWe insert TROFAST on our FLISAT children table at the moment, however, it is also great by itself, if only it comes with a lid too - I recall only the large TROFAST comes with a lid available for purchase and not the mini one? It'd also be great if more colours are available for the mini TROFAST.5
TROFAST Too good!RebeccaHard plastic. Neutral colour white that holds some of my stationery on my desk in our home office. It declutters my desk whilst taking up a small amount of space.5
Trofast small tubkristenPerfect for sensory/play tables5
Great storageKathleenGreat for lego5
The price is highCindyThe price is high4
Perfect pairRIA A.To use with FLISAT table!5
Trofast drawerMarkGreat practical solution for turning mess into a good organised system to keep things tidy5
Fits in so many things!LindaFits in so many things!5
Preformed as expected.TerryPreformed as expected.5
Love thisPriyaExcellent box5
Great toy boxAnneGreat toy box5
StrongCoppercharmI bought this as an outside water bowl after last one finally died after 3 years4

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Function solution


The boxes to TROFAST come in different sizes and colours. The frames are designed so that boxes of different sizes and shelves can be placed at a convenient distance from each other - all according to your storage needs. TROFAST boxes are also easy for your child to carry - a good thing when the toys are quickly needed somewhere else than the children's room.