IKEA PS 2012 Drop-leaf table, bamboo/white,
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Table top made of bamboo, a strong and flexible material.Article Number202.068.06
Small dimensions make the table easy to furnish with, even when space is limited.
We have tested it for you! The table’s surface is resistant to liquids, food stains, oil, heat, scratches and bumps, while its construction is stable, strong and durable to withstand years of daily use.
Bamboo is a durable and stable hardwood with a uniform texture. It is moisture and scratch-resistant. The natural color of bamboo is similar to that of beech wood.
Recommended for indoor use only.
Possible to separate for recycling or energy recovery if available in your community.
To prevent surface scratches, complete with FIXA floor protectors, sold separately.
- Table top:
- Bamboo, Clear acrylic lacquer
- Side rail/ Leg:
- Aluminum, Epoxy/polyester powder coating
- Plastic parts:
- Extension rail:
- Bamboo, Clear polyurethane/acrylic lacquer
- Metal parts:
- Steel, Polyester powder coating
Wipe clean with a damp cloth.
Wipe dry with a clean cloth.
- Assembly instructionsIKEA PS 2012 Drop-leaf table202.068.06Other documentsIKEA PS 2012 Drop-leaf table202.068.06
Length: 106 cm (41 3/4 ")
Min. length: 74 cm (29 1/8 ")
Max. length: 138 cm (54 3/8 ")
Width: 80 cm (31 1/2 ")
Height: 74 cm (29 1/8 ")
- IKEA PS 2012Article Number202.068.06
Width: 76 cm (30 ")
Height: 10 cm (4 ")
Length: 82 cm (32 ¼ ")
Weight: 19.60 kg (43 lb 3 oz)
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Enjoy the warmth and beauty of renewable bamboo
With fold-down leaves, our IKEA PS 2012 table is made from fast-growing, long-lasting bamboo with removable aluminum legs. It is designed to be separable, making it easier for recycling (if available in your community).
What is bamboo?
Bamboo is a grass that can grow up to three feet per day. It spreads quickly and requires hardly no fertilizers and pesticides. Bamboo can be woven into fabrics or used as a durable, stable and hard material suitable for furniture. When used for furniture
"Functional furniture in hardwood, like teak, was modern in the 1950s. I wanted to find a design that was related to the style of the '50s, but use materials that are much better for the environment. Bamboo is a material that grows quickly, and when it's layer-glued it becomes extremely hard and durable. Plus, it resembles teak. IKEA PS 2012 dining table is a table that flirts with '50s design, but is produced with concern for the future."