IKEA 365+ series has everything for the table – to be enjoyed for its everyday simplicity or pimped up with colours and accessories. Made from tempered glass that holds both hot and cold beverages.
Also suitable for hot drinks.Can be stacked inside one another to save space in your cabinets when not in use.Made of tempered glass, which makes the wine glass durable and extra resistant to impact.The glass has a wide shape which allows you to also use it as a bowl for serving delicious desserts.Tempered glass should be handled with care! A damaged edge or a scratched surface can cause the glass to break suddenly – but only into small pieces, seldom into sharp fragments.Wash this product before using it for the first time.Designer
No cadmium or lead added.The material in this product may be recyclable. Please check the recycling rules in your community and if recycling facilities exist in your area.
Wine glasses that can also be used as beer glasses. Water glasses that are perfect to drink tea or coffee from – or serve dessert in. IKEA 365+ glasses are extremely flexible and functional and can be used for all kinds of hot or cold drinks, and for all occasions. All the glasses are stackable and easy to store. Real everyday favourites – year after year.
Made for tough demands
IKEA 365+ glasses can withstand everyday use. They are made of carefully selected tempered glass - and therefore extra durable and impact-resistant. That means that you can wash them in the dishwasher, use them for hot drinks and expose them to all the tough demands of everyday use. They also age beautifully and will continue to decorate your dining table day after day.
“When we designed the glasses for IKEA 365+ we were inspired by our own everyday lives, but we also looked at global trends. The result is a series with a simple but above all functional design. The idea is that you will use them in your home every day, 365 days a year. The fact that all the glasses can also withstand warm drinks makes the series very useful. Why not serve dessert in the low glass or coffee in the big one? The possibilities are endless!”