Round, soft shapes and crafted details are characteristic of KRAGSTA coffee and nesting tables. Sturdy construction and timeless style make them easy to match with other furniture and love for many years!
The round shape gives you a generous table top for trays, coffee or tea services. The dimensions make the table easy to place in the room.
The included plastic feet protect the floor from scratches.
You can easily create a coordinated look by completing KRAGSTA nesting tables with the larger coffee table in the same series.
Max load on table top: 10 kg.
Sizes: 1 pc diameter 19¼", height 20⅛"and 1 pc diameter 13¾", height 17¾".
KRAGSTANesting tables, set of 2Article Number002.998.25
Width: 20 ¼ " (52 cm)
Height: 1 ¾ " (4 cm)
Length: 30 ¾ " (78 cm)
Weight: 17 lb 5 oz (7.85 kg)
Sturdy yet simple to assemblevenkataEasy to assemble and cutely fitting into my decor.5
Works as expectedRogerWorks as expected5
KragstaMargieSolid, attractive and functional5
Perfect for our family room!DarlaPerfect for our family room!5
These tables are exactly whatClaudiaThese tables are exactly what I was looking for! Good quality and like the idea of being able to move the little table where it’s needed. Thanks IKEA!5
very good table setCJimgood quality and easy to assemble.5
Perfect Fit for Small LivingTiffany GraceBought this from the As-Is section so it was a total deal. Even though it’s not officially made for “outdoor living”, we put it on our tiny balcony so we’d have an extra table out there to place items on (or stretch our legs out onto)! I wish I could post a photo.5
Nesting tablesIkeashop17Perfect size for small spaces.5
Perfect side tablesLang02Strong and sturdy. Perfect size beside a sofa.5
Pam 2I am enjoying the convenience of these tables5
Great tables. Exactly what I was looking for.AnonymousThese tables are so good for my purpose, I went back and bought another set.5
End table and plant stand for nowDownsizedPerfect size for my apartment, will work for a variety of functions!5
Very pleased!tty4My kragsta nesting tables are perfect. I bought them in white to go beside my livingroom chair. I wanted something to contrast the other wood pieces that I have in the room and this colour was great. I've used them together and separately, not heavy to move either. The larger table fits a lamp and decorative items nicely. I like the crossbar at the base, reminds me of a farm house look and that's what I was going for. I'm considering another set for a bedside table.5
Great Set of TablesBuddysmumBought this set of tables as we needed something smaller than traditional end tables for a small space. Love them!!5
Cute little tables :)IzabellatrixCute little tables. I put a pretty big lamp on the bigger one, and it can't really fit anything else (although it would probably fit a couple drinks and a remote control if I moved the lamp over). The smaller one is pretty much only good for drinks or a small decoration. I got them with the intent of using them as accents so they're perfect! They were also really easy to put together!5
Perfect little tablesJen001Bought these tables to fit into two tiny spaces without taking up much room and that's what they do.4
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