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BYHOLMA Basket, grey,

Price £ 15

How to get it

Sturdy, hand-braided rattan basket with handles on the short sides. Perfect for storing slightly larger things that you use often and want close at hand – like throws, sweaters or magazines.

Article Number901.927.35

Product details

The basket is hand woven and therefore has a unique look.


IKEA of Sweden

Weight & measurements

Width: 36 cm

Depth: 51 cm

Height: 17 cm


A bit expensiveVerified ReviewerIts a nice looking basket but i found it a bit on the expensive side. Bought it on a whim and will keep it...but would nt buy another or recommend it. Can get very similar for quite a bit less.3
Great quality and great valueVerified ReviewerGreat quality and great value5
Upgraded my kitchen for a small cost.Verified ReviewerI bought 8 of these to put in the dead space above my kitchen cabinets- works a treat. Great for hiding away sundries and looks good as well.5
Good quality basket.Verified Reviewerunlike some baskets which seem to constantly shed bits of material, this basket has so far remained intact and tidy.5
Top of shelves storageVerified ReviewerI bought two of these sturdy, well-made baskets. They sit on top of open shelves . They’re great for throwing things by for a quick tidy up. The baskets hide a multitude of sins.5
Good quality basketVerified ReviewerSturdy basket, pleasing to look at. Made of natural materials and very affordable. Very happy with my purchase. Perfect for use with Godly Play storytelling.5
Perfect sizeVerified ReviewerIt was just what i was looking for to put shoes in under my little 2 seater in my porch.5
PracticalVerified ReviewerThis has come in very useful and looks good.4
Great log basketVerified ReviewerGood quality basket used as a log basket.5
To big for where I intended it to beVerified ReviewerBoughtto keep hand towels rolled up in the bathroom. Sadly too large for the space I had4


What is rattan?

Rattan is a strong yet lightweight and flexible material made from the rattan plant’s stem. It can be used both whole and split into thinner materials that are braided into things like furniture and baskets. Rattan belongs to the palm family and climbs along trees, though no trees are required to be felled when the rattan cane is harvested. Since it is a natural material and the products are often handmade by skilled craftspeople, each object gets a completely unique look.