KOPPANG 5-drawer chest, white, Show measurements specifications
$199.00Price $ 199.00
How to get it
A simple, functional chest of drawers that goes with any decor, in a bedroom or wherever you place it. There’s room for both your favourite clothes and extra bedding. Psst! Remember to anchor it to a wall.
Of course your home should be a safe place for the entire family. That’s why hardware is included so that you can attach the chest of drawers to the wall.
K Hagberg/M Hagberg
Different wall materials require different types of fixing devices. Use fixing devices suitable for the walls in your home.
Top panel/ Top rail/ Side panel/ Bottom panel/ Drawer front panel:
Particleboard, Paper foil
Fiberboard, Paper foil
Fiberboard, Acrylic paint
Wipe clean using a damp cloth and a mild cleaner.
Wipe dry with a clean cloth.
WARNING! Prevent tip-over injury or death. Furniture with included restraints must be secured to the wall according to the product’s assembly instructions.
It's nice and spacious.Fariba N.It's nice and spacious.5
It’s perfect and easy toKarieIt’s perfect and easy to assemble.4
Decent , like itBingDecent , like it5
Love it!JANETTEBeautiful chest of drawers! Very easy to assemble! I absolutely love it!5
Very good chester for storage.UmarVery good chester for storage.5
Assembly was not complicated andANNAAssembly was not complicated and the dresser looks fabulous5
As described. Look greatSHEILAAs described. Look great5
Koppang beautiful and affordableDesireeOne of the easiest ikea pieces I’ve put together!5
A solid, practical and goodTammyA solid, practical and good looking dresser. Fits perfectly.5
Not sturdyMelissa E.I have had this dresser for a few years now and the drawers have completely fallen apart and are unusable, the flimsy drawer bottom is useless and falls out. Despite never being moved it has fallen apart.1
Nice and good qualityFarinazI recommend it4
White dresserLouiseSelf closing drawers - sturdy - great-looking dresser. Would purchase again.5
DresserDEBBIEPutting together took longer than expected but very happy with the results5
It is so heavy asHyunjungIt is so heavy as it is made with cheapest materials. It smells really bad that I had to leave my windows open all night and it also came with missing parts. This product shouldn't be sold at Ikea. I have never experienced this before. What is wrong with ikea?1
Great size and beautifulJulia S.Not easy to set up on your own but its definitely do-able. Drawers are easy to make, the frame is what is a little difficult. Great size for a smaller place, fits a lot, deep drawers. Love it :) Glad i found one5
Dents easilyAhana L.It took me 5 hours to assemble this myself. I’m no handy woman but I found the picture-instructions easy to follow. The product is pretty light, easy to lift, but dents very easy. I dented the leg when attempting to insert one of the drawers, and I was very careful… That broke my heart a little bit. My recommendation would be to make the front legs stronger as I imagine I can’t be the only person who accidentally made a dent doing this. The knobs were included but I might change them to something else to elevate the look. Overall, looks good and clean but product quality could improve.4
Great dresser, impossible to build aloneLeah S.This is a solid, functional dresser, but as someone living alone, I was unable to build it myself. It's impossible to get the pieces to stay together during the assembly process, and after 4 weeks of frustration, I had to hire someone to build it for me. This added about $100 CAD to the price tag. I wish I'd known that before purchasing.2
Good productURVASHIGood product5
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