LUSTIGKURRE Basket, natural water hyacinth/seagrass,

$19.90

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This hand-woven basket with its airy pattern and warm colour scheme gives you a glimpse of what you store inside. Decorative wherever you put it, but fits perfectly in KALLAX shelf unit.

Article number104.574.09

Product details

A good size for everything from games and media accessories to clothes and hobby things.

Easy to pull out and lift as the basket has handles.

Fits perfectly in KALLAX shelving unit and other units with shelves which are at least 35 cm deep.

Easy to assemble and easy to fold it up when you don’t need the box and want to save space.

All new materials have a particular smell which gradually disappears.

Article number104.574.09
  • Inside frame:

    Steel, Powder coating

    Body:

    Water hyacinth, Seagrass, Clear lacquer

    Wipe clean with a dry cloth.

  • By using a renewable material like water hyacinth in this product, we avoid using fossil or finite materials.

    Renewable materials, as opposed to fossil and finite materials, come from living sources that can be regenerated at the same rate as they are used up.

Measurements

Width: 32 cm

Depth: 33 cm

Height: 32 cm

  • LUSTIGKURRE
    BasketArticle no104.574.09

    Width: 32 cm

    Height: 4 cm

    Length: 62 cm

    Weight: 1.26 kg

    Package(s): 1

SustainabilityPeople and planet

People and communities

It’s handmade!

This unique piece is a celebration of traditional handicraft blended with contemporary aesthetic. Artisans have given life to the ideas of our IKEA designers using skills passed on through generations. The result is this one-of-a-kind product that bridges ancient techniques with the expressions and lifestyles of today.

Material

What is water hyacinth?

Water hyacinth is a free-floating plant that spreads quickly in tropical waterways. When covering the surface completely, it blocks out sunlight which disrupts biodiversity. Also, local communities suffer as transportation routes are clogged. When harvested, biodiversity is restored and waterways are kept open. The plant itself becomes a resource too. The stalks make a flexible material that can be woven or braided into unique baskets, mats and other home furnishings.