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TROFAST Frame, white,

Price $ 105.00
TROFAST Frame, gray, 39x17 3/8x22 "
TROFAST Frame, white, 39x17 3/8x22 "

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You can easily transform this wide, white frame into a practical storage solution by completing with shelves, colourful plastic boxes and cool mesh boxes – and you can even use it as seating.

Article Number801.538.00

Product details

A playful and sturdy storage series for storing and organizing toys, sitting, playing, and relaxing.

You can create your own storage solution to suit your space and your child’s needs by freely combining different frames, boxes, and shelves.

The frame comes with guide rails, so you can place boxes and shelves where you want them, and change them any time.

Low storage makes it easier for children to reach and organize their things.

Designer

Studio Copenhagen

Measurements

Width: 99 cm (39 ")

Depth: 44 cm (17 3/8 ")

Height: 56 cm (22 ")

Ratings and reviews

TrofastSusanWorks perfect 5
Wonderful productArleneThis unit is great for organizing toys. Knew what this product was like as friends recommended it. Love the bins and easy in and out for children 5
Amazing toy organizer HeatherPerfect for organizing our toddler's toys. Couldn't be happier. Wish I had bought it sooner. Easy to assemble. 5
Very usefulLornaVery useful5
TrofastTracyExactly what we needed and expected to organize my daughters toys in her bedroom.4
Ordered a cushion from AmazonDanOrdered a cushion from Amazon for the top. We use it for extra seating in the den when kids come over. Storage trays keep the room tidy.5
Great productChristineGreat storage solution. Went together easily.5
Excellent storage unit for toys.BerniceNice unit to keep toy’s organized and out of site. Unit in compact and sturdy and very stable.5
DisappointingCarolineThought this would be perfect for the kids bedroom, especially as IKEA advertise it as a toy storage unit. Although it does look good and it was fairly straightforward to put together, after just 2 weeks it's starting to show signs of wear and tear. My child is still small and not particularly boisterous, so I'm quite surprised to see little chips appearing where he takes the drawers in and out. I had hoped it would have been more durable.3
PerfectMarinaPerfect5
Great storage unit for toysCherylUsed two of these units to organize my preschooler’s toys and they worked out really well. Paired them with the red, blue, green mesh drawers so we can still see what’s inside each one. Wish there was a back of the unit though since that would avoid my 3.5 yo from slamming the drawers into the wall behind it.4
Great toy storageLauraVery easy to put together. Looks great, and fits a lot of different sized toys. I appreciate that you can buy different sized totes to accommodate smaller or bigger toys.5
Handy, used as a toy boxTerezijaGreat organizer for the toy room, need the buckets to slide in.5
Great storagecsystemPaulineI love my trofast storage system for my craft room. Easy to assemble, sturdy, well made.5
Love it! It’s a greatReinaLove it! It’s a great help for organizing kid’s toys5
Love this itemCaroleI bought two of them and stacked them on top of each other and they look fantastic! I am planning to buy one more but they are out of stock. They will be put in my walking closet....Love that I can see through the basket.5
Sturdy storageChristineMy son likes it. Easy for him to store his toys and some books. He love the bins.5
Easy to assembleAnnEasy to assemble5
Like the look but not the functionSimoneunfortunately the "tracks"/gliders for the TROFAST containers are plastic and only held by 1!!! screw... so they come out very easily/can't hold any heavy toys like a bunch of hot wheels or anything like that...2
Easy Toy StorageFarhaTheres a lot that can go into this frame, I bought the smaller bins for it to make it more easy to grab toys and its worth the money.5

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Material

What is particleboard?

Particleboard is made from recycled wood and sawmill leftovers – so wood pieces with the wrong shade, woodchips and sawdust become a resource instead of possibly being discarded. We use boards for things like bookcases, bed frames, sofas and kitchen frames. To protect from wear and moisture, we apply varnish, veneer or foil that adds to the furniture's look.