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RIBBA Frame, black,

Price $ 34.99

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Decorate with pictures you love. This frame has classic straight lines and comes in many sizes, perfect for a large picture wall. The plastic front protection is safe – and does justice to the motif.

Article Number903.016.21

Product details

Can be hung horizontally or vertically to fit in the space available.

The mat is acid-free and will not discolor the picture.

Front protection in plastic makes the frame safer to use.

  • This frame fits with a picture that has dimensions 50x70 cm if you use it with the mount, and it fits with a picture that has dimensions 61x91 cm if you choose to use the frame without the mount.

    Mat included.

    The mount will not turn yellow since it is acid-free.

    Different wall materials require different types of fasteners. Use fasteners suitable for the walls in your home.

  • Material
    Fiberboard, Paper foil
    Front protection:

    Clean with a duster.

  • Assembly instructionsRIBBA Frame903.016.21


Picture without mat, width: 61 cm (24 ")

Picture without mat, height: 91 cm (35 ¾ ")

Picture with mat, width: 50 cm (19 ¾ ")

Picture with mat, height: 70 cm (27 ½ ")

Mat opening, width: 49 cm (19 ¼ ")

Mat opening, height: 69 cm (27 ¼ ")

  • RIBBAArticle Number903.016.21

    Width: 64 cm (25 ")

    Height: 4 cm (1 ½ ")

    Length: 94 cm (37 ")

    Weight: 2.94 kg (6 lb 8 oz)

    Package(s): 1

Ratings and reviews

RIBBAElizabethPerfect choice for collage!5
always elevatesMarisajust a great pic frame, light, fits a wide array of sizes of pictures which is great for those that are not typical sizings5
Due to the depth ofMarianDue to the depth of the frame in the back, it is impossible to hang, without doing major structural work to the wall. IKEA suggests we just put a screw in the wall and have it stick out. I guess we can do that if we want the dry wall to rip out and the floor to get a dent when the picture frame falls to the ground. If I could give it zero stars, I would. Also IKEA was NO HELP AT ALL. Now we have to book an appointment to return it, and they have very few appointments available. NO THANK YOU1
DisappointedDebbieI should have read the reviews here before purchasing. Agree with all that noted that the low-quality materials cannot support the weight of the frames. The frames are bowing to the point where the short staples on the back cannot hold the plexiglass in place. I purchased 3 frames and am now spending money on wood pieces to try to improve their stability.1
Love the frame had toBevLove the frame had to Google how to hang it4
yep that sure is a picture frameCeliaDoes what it's supposed to, manufactured well, no splinters or loose parts, hangs well, plexiglass fits properly, no complaints5
hard to hangKenthe hanging hardware is more than 1 inch deeper than the frame, making it very hard to hang.2
Best framesChantalThe RIBBA frames are my go to for all my framing needs.5
Nice frameLizNice frame5
Exactly what I neededSandraExactly what I needed5
Great valueHeatherNice frame good value4
Very stylishThomsonVery stylish5
Not worth the moneyKimberlyI have purchased frames from Ikea in the past, no problems, so I thought I’d order more. Well these frames are not the same quality as ones purchased a few years ago. I had one resting on my mantel and it has bowed out on both sides as well three that were hanging are now I guess sagging at the bottom and bowed at the top. While I do realize these frames were inexpensive they are not worth the money paid. Very disappointed.1
Excellent qualitySheilaExcellent quality5
wish the frame was withIrenewish the frame was with glass instead of a type of plastic4
good value for the money.Martingood value for the money.5
The frame is really weakFlorenceThe frame is really weak it's bending can't hold its weight .2
RIBBAMariannethis is the third RIBBA frame that I have purchased - these simple frames perfectly showcase the posters that I installed in them5
Perfect!!RichardUsed 3 frames to showcase one large collage. So easy and looks great in 3 coordinated displays. Very happy!!!5
RIBBA Frame, black, 24x35 ¾ "

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