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VARIERA Box, white,

Price Rs. 199
Price incl. of all taxes
VARIERA Box, light pink, 24x17 cm
VARIERA Box, white, 24x17 cm

How to get it

This practical, multi-use box helps you keep track of smaller things and quickly find what you need. You can keep the box in a cabinet, on a worktop or wherever you want at home - and bring it with you.

Delivery and assembly prices not included.Article number301.772.57

Product details

MRP Rs.279 (incl. tax)

VARIERA box is easy to carry and take out of your kitchen drawers or shelves since it has two grip-friendly handles.

Helps you keep the kitchen organised and store things like dry foods, coffee filters and olive oil.

Easy access and good overview thanks to the lowered front.

Combine with other VARIERA drawer organisers to customise the storage in your drawers.

Makes it easier to keep track of small things and to find what you need.

The plastic material and the rounded corners make the box easy to clean.


Marcus Arvonen

Country of Origin



Width: 24 cm (9 1/2 ")

Depth: 17 cm (6 3/4 ")

Height: 10.5 cm (4 1/8 ")


Very good practical itemMadhuraVery good practical item4
ConvenientVyshaleyVery well Sized5
Very useful.ArmaityGood quality. Pretty color. Elegant style.5
Quality product with minimalistic designMohanExcellent quality with subtle contours and a minimalistic approach.5
Good productRGood product4
Good quality productsMaclinGood quality products5
Very goodPradipVery good4
Very handy in the kitchenSuvrataVery handy in the kitchen , I have 3-4 of them, one to keep my laundry supplies on top of my washing machine, one to keep my kitchen towels, one to keep my pet supplies…. The big size is useful5
Beautifully made, excellent quality andLavanyaBeautifully made, excellent quality and very useful5
Very usefulKasturiHelps to compartmentalise nearly5
Very useful productSuryaUser should know its utility well...It is a very compact and useful product for me..5
OrganizerRubaiyaI recommend this for storing and sorting all those small things in your drawer5
Nice productAnjliI am using it every day to keep vegetables and milk pouches. It is very nice.4
Excellent product value for moneyAmitExcellent product value for money5
Excellent product value for moneyAmitExcellent product value for money5
NiceSureshGood material with neat & glossy finish. Better if it would have been stackable. Good for organising the item of care and importance5
VARIERA Box, white, 24x17 cm

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Phasing out single-use plastic

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PET and PP, our most commonly used plastics

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What is PET plastic?

PET plastic is perhaps best known for its use in beverage bottles, yet suits a lot of food and beverage packaging since it’s approved for food contact. Like other plastics, PET is largely made from oil-based raw materials, but today there are even better opportunities to use both renewable raw materials, like corn and sugar cane, and to recycle the plastic several times. At IKEA, recycled PET becomes many things – from storage boxes to soft filling in pillows and quilts.