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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

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
RibbaKerstinI have used this frame in many different sizes for years. They have made changes to the frame that are not helpful. The part that attaches to the main frame is so tiny that only a childs hand can work it. The tiny screws need to be held by tweezers to get any kind of hold. Very disappointed in the frame2
Simple and Sturdy FrameMarissaLove this simple frame from IKEA. Very sturdy and reasonably priced5
Quality has deteriorated over the yearsrainer W.I have been buying these frames for a number of years and they were very good and for a great price. Over the last few years the quality has decreased dramatically. Most significantly they do not keep their shape. The frame bow significantly in just a few months. That and their flimsy plastic that has replaced the glass make the frames useless after just six months. I’m extremely disappointed with the quality and will have to find other affordable frames elsewhere.1
Great item and great priceCARLOSGreat item and great price5
Perfect size, perfect price.BrendaI had looked all over for a frame to use for the perfect picture I made for my granddaughter for her Birthday. IKEA had the one I needed for it. Even though it's a bit of a jaunt for me. It was a reasonable price and a decent quality and I know if I have any problem with it, I can return it, no questions asked. Peace of mind is so important!5
LovewendyThese are my favorite Ikea frames. I made a photo gallery wall in my family room usi g these Ribba frames and now I want a gallery wall in every room in my house! These look more expensive than they are.5
Ribba FrameALETAThis frame was very easy to remove the back and insert a picture/poster. I also like the fact that it does not have a glass so not as easy to break. Being it is not glass it is not recommended for archival material.4
Great frameAMANDEEPGreat frame5
I like the frame unfortunatelyBrentI like the frame unfortunately I think it’s disappointing and I’m sure you guys have a reason for it but everything is the same price and you have a plastic shield instead of a glass one it’s cheap and nasty but I still had to buy them3
Looks greatannaLooks great5
Classic frameERIKAI love this classic frame which works so well. Downside is that Ikea switched to cheap plastic instead of quality glass and you can tell the difference and down grade in quality.4
Impossible to hangMariaThere is a strip of connecting hooks on the back but the edges of the frame stick out further than the hooks. So you have to hang the frame using the outside edges. After about 6 months, that begins to sag. Is there another solution? Please tell.1
Love these! Affordable!!JULIELove these! Affordable!!5
Just about averageSakshi R.This is the most irritating frame that I have ever tried to hang. It flexes and caves every time you handle it. The back of the frame isn't flush with the wall— it has quite a large gap. Because of this, you can't use 3M hooks to hang this up without crazy modification. I had to use paper clips so I could find some purchase to put up the frame. Very poor design and quality.2
RIBBA Picture FramesDONALDI have used these frames for my artwork for many months now and love them for flexibility (use with or without mat), their durability (no glass - great for shipping) and the fact that they stand alone without hanging or the use of a stand (optional).5
That's niceRobVery nice5
love itHenkylove it5
RIBBA Frame, black, 24x35 ¾ "

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What is fibreboard?

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