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BLANDA BLANK Serving bowl, stainless steel,

Price SR 29
Price incl. VAT

How to get it


Why complicate things? A large bowl with many uses – and just as natural and simple in its design as in its function. Easy to clean thanks to its stainless-steel material that lasts a lifetime or two.

Article number500.572.54

Product details

The serving bowls in the BLANDA series are available in several different materials and sizes – mix and match according to taste and need.

Stack the smaller sizes inside the larger of the same range, to save space when not in use.


Anne Nilsson

  • Wash this product before using it for the first time.

    The material in this product may be recyclable. Please check the recycling rules in your community and if recycling facilities exist in your area.

  • Material
    Stainless steel



Height: 13 cm

Diameter: 28 cm

Volume: 5.4 l

  • BLANDA BLANKArticle number500.572.54

    Height: 13 cm

    Weight: 0.59 kg

    Diameter: 29 cm

    Package(s): 1


Well madeAnasMy family loves it, it is truly well made5
Great for saladAbdurahmanGreat for salad5
تجربة جيدةDaliaتجربة جيدة5
Good qualityTagreedVery great in quality but too large for me4


What is stainless steel?

Stainless steel is found in everything from building structures and cars to sinks and knives. It’s easy to see why it has so many uses. Stainless steel is hard and durable and has good resistance to corrosion – namely rust. It generally has a low nickel content, and for IKEA products we mainly use stainless steel that’s nickel-free. Like many other metals, it can be recycled again and again to become new, hardwearing things – without losing its valuable properties.

Designer thoughts

Designer thoughts

"My idea with the BLANDA series was to have it contain simple, practical bowls without any unnecessary elements. That's why I chose to give them a classic design in which form and function truly go hand in hand. Since all the bowls have the same design but come in different materials and sizes, you can combine them in endless ways."

Designer Anne Nilsson