RÅGKORN Plant pot, in/outdoor dark grey/beige,


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Give your plants and home a facelift by adding new pots to your plants. Enhance a style or season, or have fun with a new splash of colour in the room. It’s satisfying and doesn’t have to cost a fortune.

Article Number004.075.56

Product details

The handles make it easier to move the plant pots.

A plastic inner pot makes the plant pot waterproof.

The underlying surface is protected from water and dirt since the pot has a plastic insert that can be easily removed if needed.

Suitable for both indoor and outdoor use.

May be completed with FIXA stick-on floor protectors to protect extra-sensitive surfaces.

Article Number004.075.56
  • Pot:

    Polyethylene plastic

    Inner plant pot:

    PET plastic


Height: 31 cm

Outside diameter: 28 cm

Max. diameter flowerpot: 24 cm

Inside diameter: 26 cm

    Plant potArticle no.004.075.56

    Length: 32 cm

    Weight: 0.95 kg

    Diameter: 29 cm

    Package(s): 1


Worth it value for moneyVerified BuyerWorth it value for money5
Perfect for my new Areca palmVerified BuyerLove this, great purchase, my palm looks fabulous in it Very reasonable price compared to Luther retailer for similar product5
Really lovelyVerified BuyerVery well made with a waterproof liner inside. Looks stunning with a large plant in it. Would highly recommend5
Really goodVerified BuyerReally good5
Great if a little overVerified BuyerGreat if a little over priced5
Love the product. Great quality.Verified BuyerLove the product. Great quality.5
Great quality and value forVerified BuyerGreat quality and value for money as always from IKEA5
Woven plant holderWend from brumvery classy looking and adds character to my room5
Perfect for my plants!ClaireW71Really love this basket and ended up buying a second one. Looks very stylish and well made.5
Love this!Beccaa54Perfect for my artificial bamboo plant from Ikea. Looks amazing.5
Perfect for the plant we boughtSuz2Looks smart and function well4
Not fit for purposeHHughesBefore I even used it the seal had popped off. The metal mesh insert does not screw in to the cap, very flimsy and twists. Unable to use so will be returning. Good price, it if was usable...1
Stylish, combined with easy to move around.MazcoThis the second one of these I have bought. This time I purchased the larger size and used it for the Ikea fern, and the proportions are perfect. It has a plastic liner, so no chance of leakage onto my wood flooring.5
Waterproof and strongAberystwythGood sized and very attractive plant holder.5
Sallyd11used as a wastepaper bin as had a plastic inner.5
Very Stylish PotSarahsmith110Really Stylish and smart looking5
Plant HolderSandyjbGood quality with the bonus of a plastic inside so any spilt water doesn’t go onto your furniture/carpet. bit more expensive than I wanted to pay but looks good4
Excellent planterthedodgyphotographerGreat quality, really lovely piece.5
Strong upright basketCarol JI wanted a nice looking, strong basket to keep my yoga mat etc in and found it in the plant section. As this will be kept in my garden room it matches very nicely with my other plant holders from Ikea.5
Beautiful Plant PotStarr JIt looks great and unique in the space. I would recommend it5
RÅGKORN Plant pot, in/outdoor dark grey/beige, 24 cm

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