EKETCabinet with door and shelfArticle Number903.339.38
Width: 14 ¼ "
Height: 3 ¾ "
Length: 30 "
Weight: 21 lb 13 oz
EketDEENAIt's pretty poorly made and I have had to return most of them to find ones that are not damaged. Once together they feel very cheap and will not last very long.2
EKET is my favorite collectionPierreSuper easy to assemble, good price, offers an infinite variety of combinations. I love it.5
Good sized cabinetBENJAMINThe cabinet is a good size. Didn’t think it would be necessary to buy the legs because they are an extra $20 for the 4 legs but they seem necessary so you don’t scratch your floor or the cabinet. Just think the legs should be at least half the price to “finish” this piece off.4
Great cabinet, easy assemblyLiskaLove the modular aspect. The pop-open doors work great and are easy to install.5
Great Storage SolutionKIMWith all IKEA products, I typically watch a YouTube video for guidance. However this was a quick and easy assemble. Just ordered another one.5
Camper vanROBERTUsed 6 cabinets in a camper van build. They seem to be holding up well. For the swinging doors I did have to add additional catches to keep the doors closed.4
Sturdy and can very usefulCynthia GThese were extremely easy to build they are very sturdy. I am a fan of furniture with no handles, thus the Eket series is my favorite. Very versatile can be used in your bedroom, living room, office.5
Poor QualityDawn31Returned and went with Besta instead. Eket is not good build.1
Nice looksJuliaperezThis cabinet looks good however mine came not with a wrong part- both long side were exactly the same and per instructions each side needed to be specifically as right and left side to mount them properly ( I got 2 right side) that’s complicated putting it together. Returning it was not the best to do as I got it as a set with the 3 cubic ones for one price. Luckily my brother who put them together it’s a handyman and was able to work it out to put it together.4
Easy assemblyCT_MomBought this over a month ago and love how easy it was to put together, directions were great with step by step and everything was marked.5
Warped Within Days!SteveCinqI bought this less than a month ago and since putting it together virtually every panel has bowed/warped. It's just junk.1
GREAT FOR BATHROOM!!!!MagsJI bought for a bathroom to hold Misc items. The door is nice with the hindges not showing. I tiled the top to match the side of the tub and looks great! I love it!! I added the feet to raise it up.5
Make sure you start with piece labeled “A” !Bev47Like the results, but the assembly was confusing and arduous ! Written directions to accompany pictures would have helped !2
So disappointinggoiewnweioI have a house full of Ikea furniture (Akurum, Hemnes, Liatorp, Stolmen, Expedit, Kallax) & have never seen an Ikea product like this one. Cheap, cheap, cheap! Plastic fittings throughout, and when put together, this literally wobbles. I'm glad I bought this only to hold some lightweight stuff, because I certainly wouldn't trust it with anything more.1
a great little cabinet1SABThis is a good size for small spaces. I actually purchased 2 for additional storage in a half bath. The first one took us about 20 minutes to assemble and the 2nd was about 5 minutes. If you are familiar with Ikea directions it may take you less time. I always find the directions daunting but my friend was able to put it together in that time frame. It is sleek and fits in the space nicely.5
Split DecisionAnonymousI purchased 2 or these for the office. The first one we tried to put together would not assemble correctly. Didn't fit together even though we watched the video and had three people looking at the directions. Ultimately we realized the backer board was too long to fit together correctly and finally had to bust it with a hammer at the top to get the top piece to line up and complete the cube. It was so frustrating and we were about to just junk it out and start over with a different solution. Today I opened up the second one and assembled it in under 20 minutes. The back piece of the 2nd one was the correct fit/length and assembly was a breeze. We were able to salvage the second one by taping the back piece back together where we had to break it out and flipping the whole unit over so the shelf hides most of the damage we did to get the pieces to fit. So for that one with incorrectly sized piece, 1 star. For the one that fit together perfectly, 5 stars. Most of all I love the push door release which makes for such a sleek, clean, uniform appearance, especially with the pair side by side. Would buy again but hope I got one with correct sized pieces.3
Looks good-Hard to assembeJoanne12It was a bit hard to put together. Especially the door needed muscle to get into place. Didn't realize that the cabinet had specific side panels and we got it almost all together before we had to take it all apart. Now that it is all together the functionally of the piece is good.4
Perfect sizes!BrasasI installed on my kitchen....I loved :)5
Perfect!NiksterLove IKEA assembly instructions!! I put it together all by myself!!5
design has some issuesbop3162the method of hinge pin adjustment has issues. rotating the nylon eccentric hinge pin holder is nearly impossible. They fit way too tight into their mounting holes. Unless you have STEEL THUMBS you'll never be able to rotate them and get the door aligned. I even soaped the pins but adjustment was nearly impossible.3
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New technologies, new hobbies, a new family member ... both small and large changes affect life and people's needs at home, especially when it comes to all the things that we need space for. Petra Kammari Enarsson is a product developer at IKEA and often visits the homes of customers to experience their everyday living and how good storage can make life at home a little easier. She remembers a family in Copenhagen which expanded every other weekend with the daughter from a previous relationship. ”She didn't have her own room, but the family had a solution where she had a loft bed in the living room and her private things were in a chest on the floor”. Petra thinks it's a good example of how more and more people are living in small spaces, and that a large part of everyday living takes places in the living room where we want things to be both practical and stylish.
Flexible furniture for new needs
Another obvious trend around the world is that many people move more often - just as Petra did when she was young. ”The problem is that a lot of storage furniture is so inflexible – upon moving or new needs arising, they can't be adapted. This means storage isn't optimal and it's difficult to keep track of all your things”. These insights inspired Petra and her colleagues to start looking at a more flexible and personal storage solution – something that can easily be updated so that people don't have to buy new furniture as soon as something in life changes. Petra then started to think about those fishing boxes she had when she was young and which were so easy to stack and move as needed. What if you could make a piece of furniture which consists of various smart modules that can be easily moved around, removed and added to?
Building with blocks
Petra and her team started by ordering cardboard boxes in various sizes. They took the boxes to different room environments where they moved them around like building blocks – stacking and combining them in various ways. The team also researched detailed facts about storage: on average, how many magazines do we have at home? What’s the ideal height for people to put down their mobile phones? ”Many of us put keys, telephones or bags in a specific place when we come home. We usually do it automatically, without thinking about it”, says Petra. The height that seems to suit most people is 31½", so a shelf at that height was a given in the mix of shelves, drawers and cabinets in different colors and styles that eventually became the EKET storage series. ”I'm so pleased that we chose to prioritize playfulness and freedom of choice with all the colors and sizes of EKET”, says Petra, who's looking forward to visiting more homes. ”I think that the customers will find lots of exciting combinations that we haven't even thought of!”.
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100% wood from more sustainable sources
At IKEA, we work with strict industry standards to promote responsible forestry. We don’t allow any wood in our supply chain from forest areas that are illegal or contain high conservation values or from forest areas with social conflict. Before starting to work with IKEA, suppliers must demonstrate that they meet IKEA critical requirements on wood sourcing. IKEA requires all suppliers to source wood from more sustainable sources (FSC-certified or recycled wood). All suppliers are audited regularly and non-compliant suppliers are required to implement immediate corrective actions. By working together with our suppliers, we are proud to announce that we have reached our more sustainable sources goal, which we set out to achieve by 2020. Today more than 98% of the wood used for IKEA products is either FSC-certified or recycled.
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As pressure on the world’s forests and the surrounding eco-systems increases due to unsustainable agriculture, the expansion of infrastructure and illegal logging, it is time to take an even more holistic approach to protect and support these important resources for generations to come. The IKEA Forest Positive Agenda for 2030 set out to improve forest management, enhance biodiversity, mitigate climate change and support the rights and needs of people who depend on forests across the whole supply chain and drive innovation to use wood in even smarter ways. The agenda focuses on three key areas: • Making responsible forest management the norm across the world. • Halting deforestation and reforesting degraded landscapes. • Driving innovation to use wood in smarter ways by designing all products from the very beginning to be reused, refurbished, remanufactured, and eventually recycled.
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What is constructed board?
We use constructed boards when manufacturing many of our pieces of furniture, such as tables and wardrobes. They are light and resource-efficient, yet still stable and strong. Each board has a frame made of chipboard, fiberboard or solid wood, while the inside is a honeycomb filling structure made of mostly recycled paper, which is extra durable thanks to its special construction. The board is then covered with a protective paint, foil or veneer depending on the style wanted.