I highly recommend this countertopAmandaI highly recommend this countertop for a desktop. The price is fair for how good the quality of the product.4
white marble effectEdward S.Bought this to use as a counter top for a reception desk. Was deciding between this and the light cement, ultimately went with the white marble as the texture looks alot more like a cement/stone finish than the standard high gloss look which I loved. Important to note for those wanting that standard glossy look as it might appear in the pictures. As the name suggest it does have a marble effect. These are very good looking and have a nice aesthetic to them5
Thought It Was StoneThomasLooks great . . . hard to tell the difference from stone.5
Looks greatCATHYGood quality, easy to install.5
Great find!LuAnnThis works perfectly to be used as a countertop in my crafting area. And, it's lovely!5
Laminate countertopNANCYGot this on clearance, worked great for my laundry room4
Nice looking but thought it was slightly darkerLinda V.Out of all the choices on Ikea this was closest to what I was looking for. Still a little lighter than pics and not as dark as I'd hoped! I would love to see an expresso version of this but still having the wood grain look. Of course, once I put these in I won't want to replace them for many years!4
Desk?HEATHER B.I bought this to use as a (teacher) desktop. Read other reviews that it worked great. However, I am not going to have it again a wall. So the unfinished edge is a bummer! I didn’t consider that one side edge would be raw… until I saw it in person. Now I’m looking to buy a laminate strip to cover it.
I loved buying it online, they loaded it in my car. So helpful.4
Elevates my desk!AdrianElevates my desk!5
Love the simple pattern!BrandiI love the simple pattern, and the colors are so neutral that it gives the room personality without taking center stage.5
top notch for bath vanityWAYNEbought as a backup/quick solution to installers breaking our $2000 custom quartz top. ikea comes through!5
A fine countertopKaysieIt is what it is. Does the job! Nothing wrong with it, it's able to be cut to size, but finishing the cut edge with the panel provided isn't super easy and in turn didn't look very good.4
looks great and is durableDavidlooks great and is durable5
Bought for bathroomskyWe bought two large hemnes vanities and used our own sink tops. We used this ekbacken for a countertop. It was easy to cut to size and looks great. We have had it installed for several months now and have had no issues.5
great valuedavidlooks nice, cleans easily ... also chips easily so be careful.4
Love itAmandaIt was not as good quality as the Salian, which I bought for the basement kitchen. I prefer the increased thickness of that countertop. However, this is great value and quality all the same. I have 4 areas in the kitchen including and island and it’s stood up to time and use.5
Looks nice, but bows like crazyAndrea T.I purchased this as a desk top to go on top of 2 Alexa Drawer units, to make a desk. I purchase 2 support legs to put in the middle of the desk, to support my computer monitor, and even with that, it still appears to be bowing. I have had it for about a year now, and it seems just as bad now, as it was on day one, when we first put it together. It does not properly rest on the desk units, instead, it lifts up, and slides around. Are there any suggestions on how to fix this? It's a real bummer. (I had weights on either side, but it looks awful, and it is not at all functional with giant weights on my desk.)1
Great productTheresaGreat product5
Great productTheresaGreat product5
Great receptionist deskJACQUELYNGreat receptionist desk5
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