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Cabinets & cupboards

Not unlike a fine picture frame

Trinkets, art, memorabilia – put them on display for everyone to see. Whether you're into modern or traditional designs, there is a display cabinet for you. 

BAGGEBO display shelf in a bedroom beside a bed.
FABRIKÖR shelf in a boho-style living room.

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More optionsIKEA PS Cabinet 119x63 cm (46 7/8x24 3/4 ")

IKEA PS Cabinet, blue, 119x63 cm

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IVAR Cabinet, pine, 80x30x83 cm

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Make everyday stuff pop

Add another dimension to your living area with a glass cabinet to display tableware, glasses, books, boxes, or decorations. These cabinets come in unconventional shapes that fit easily into any room, offering you both a functional storage solution and an eye-catching touch to your living space.

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A living room with a black BLÅLIDEN glass-door cabinet, a MÖRBYLÅNGA table and a SKOGSGRÄNSEN decorative mirror on the wall.
A white VIHALS cabinet with glass doors stands in a dining room underneath a window, with books and tableware on its shelves.
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Secure your furniture to the wall

Make sure you properly fasten all large and tall furniture with the included wall-attachment devices. This is to prevent it from tipping over. Find out more about possible risk factors in the home and how you can avoid accidents.

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Never underestimate the versatility of a good cabinet. This classy, classic class of furniture offers essential storage to any home. And thanks to the many different types of cabinets, you can use them to store, display or hide just about anything. Additionally, cupboards can function as furniture chameleons, doubling as many other types of furnishings. Discover the many different types of cupboards and cabinets, and their many uses, in our range.

The versatile cabinet

The purpose of cupboards and cabinets is quite simple: displaying, hiding and storing your things. But they can do so much more! Firstly, they are a serious interior design detail that can have a real impact on your home décor. And depending on their size and shape, they can find themselves in many jobs throughout your home. 

The small cabinet that doubles as a sideboard

A small cabinet can easily function as a practical sideboard. Put it in the hallway to hold your wallet and keys, or maybe next to your sofa to unburden the coffee table. Try a small, light, freestanding one if you want some portable storage to move throughout your home. Or why not try one or a few wall mounted ones to create a striking impression in the room. 

How about a TV-cabinet?

A wide cabinet can easily be used as a TV-stand. This can be a great choice if you want a seamless décor that integrates your furnishings in a single theme. Cabinets can also be effectively used to shift focus away from the TV as the focal point of the room. 

Try combining a series of tall, medium-height and low cabinets of the same series along a wall. You will create a uniform impression that’s also dynamic due to the varying heights. You can position your TV off centre on a low to medium height piece, and frame it with tall cabinets for an integrated look. Your screen is now a part of the display, rather than the main event. And you’ll have ample space to store all your devices and appliances to boot. 

Remember that our designated TV-stands are designed with solutions for wiring, such as holes or gaps at the back. Only some of our cabinets have this as an option. Be sure to read each product description to find out which have solutions for wiring, or have a look at all of our TV-stands instead.

Designing a book-cabinet

A tall cabinet with doors can be a good substitute for a bookshelf. It can easily store the same number of books and decorations as a regular open shelf. But you also have the option of choosing what to display and what to hide away. 

Many of our cabinets come with open shelves as well as solid doors or doors with windows. That means that a part of your book-cabinet can be used as a display shelf, while the doors-part is strictly storage. At that point, it’s up to you; do you want to keep your most prised literary artifacts in full view to impress your guests? Or keep them behind closed doors to protect them from dust, dirt, wear and tear. 

Wall mounted cabinets

Some of our cabinets can be wall mounted. This gives you the opportunity to use space that is normally wasted. Why not hang cabinets above, or around, your TV or above your bed? If your storage needs are great, and your living is compact, wall mounted cabinets can be the solution you need. 

Adjustable to your needs

Some of our cabinets are adjustable to your changing needs. You can add or remove shelves. You can choose either cabinet doors or drawers. You can even add whole sections to the piece if you need it. You can also add extra features to upgrade your cabinet, like soft closing doors or some integrated lighting. That way it can help create just the atmosphere you want.