LÖKNÄS Lamp shade, blue/silver-colour, 42 cm
LÖKNÄS Lamp shade, blue/silver-colour, 42 cm
LÖKNÄS Lamp shade, blue/silver-colour, 42 cm
LÖKNÄS Lamp shade, blue/silver-colour, 42 cm
LÖKNÄS Lamp shade, blue/silver-colour, 42 cm

This lamp shade with decorative light gaps can be combined with both a cord set and a lamp base. You can also change the expression by folding out the vertical tabs to create a three-dimensional shape.

Article number304.062.30

Product details

You can change the expression of the lamp shade by folding out the vertical tabs to create a more three-dimensional shape. Easy to take home since the lampshade comes in a flat-pack.Create your own personalised pendant or floor lamp by combining the lampshade with your choice of cord set or lamp base.Lamp base and cord set are sold separately.If you fold out the tabs, it is not possible to fold them back in again.Special waste handling may be required. Please contact your local authorities for more information.Designer

Paulin Machado

Article number304.062.30
  • Frame:Steel, Epoxy/polyester powder coating
    Shade:100% polypropylene
    Decoration:PET plastic, 100% polyester
    Shade holder/ Hook and loop fastener:ABS plastic
    Clean with a duster.
  • Special waste handling may be required. Please contact your local authorities for more information.
  • Assembly instructionsLÖKNÄS Lamp shade304.062.30

Measurements

Diameter: 42 cm

  • LÖKNÄS
    Lamp shadeArticle no304.062.30

    Width: 43 cm

    Height: 7 cm

    Length: 47 cm

    Weight: 1.11 kg

    Package(s): 1

LÖKNÄS Lamp shade, blue/silver-colour, 42 cm

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Material

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.

LÖKNÄS
Lamp shade, blue/silver-colour42 cm

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Lamp base and cord set are sold separately.
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LÖKNÄS Lamp shade, blue/silver-colour, 42 cm

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Lamp shade, blue/silver-colour
$49.90

LÖKNÄS

$49.90