With the EKET series you can build your storage big, small, colorful or discreet to either display or hide your things. And if your space and needs change, you can easily change your EKET solution too.
A simple unit can be enough storage for a limited space or the foundation for a larger storage solution if your needs change.
The door has an integrated push-opener so you can open it with just a light push.
A movable shelf makes it easy to adapt the space to your storage needs.
Wooden legs gives a natural look to your EKET combination and makes it easier to keep the surface under your storage clean.
Different wall materials require different types of fasteners. Use fasteners suitable for the walls in your home.
Cabinet with 2 doors and shelf
Particleboard, Honeycomb structure paper filling (100% recycled), Fiberboard, Paper foil, Plastic edging, Plastic edging
Fiberboard, Paper foil, Plastic foil
Solid birch, Clear acrylic lacquer
Storage combination with legs
Wipe clean using a damp cloth and a mild cleaner.
Cabinet with 2 doors and shelf/leg
Wipe dry with a clean cloth.
Check regularly that all assembly fastenings are properly tightened and retighten when necessary.
This furniture must be secured to the wall with the enclosed wall anchoring device.
Loved it...!!!suphavadeeGood quality....made my room looks nice!!!!4
avoid any pre-mitred corner line of goodsJ m.The Eket line is fundamentally flawed.
1. Mitred corners feature a plastics round connector fitting into a keyhole slot routed into the EDGE OF THE PARTICLEBOARD. THIS WILL FAIL. Never seen this faulty assembly method in a long career in cabinet shops.
2. ERRONEOUS MILLING. All four sides are fully dadoed (slotted) for the back and the fourth side CANNOT BE ASSEMBLED as the not-yet-seated back edge pushed the mitre apart. Any cabinetmaker knows to rabbet the bottom side not dado, so you can slide the back in! THE BACK HAD TO BE TRIMMED AND NO LONGER STAYED IN PLACE without supplemental supports.
3. Nonadjustable top and bottom hinge pivots BIND DOORS ON FACE and FAIL TO OPEN FULLY unlike european cup hinges. Hard to use cabinet.
AVOID THIS LINE. Other lines featuring right-angle assembly went together better and are stronger.
4. No instructions provided in the kit.
A long time figuring out how all the little plastic doodads go together.1
Just avoid the EKET lineSteve B.Hard to get everything lined up. The back panel was way to hard to get to stay in while putting the bottom panel in. we purchased several other pieces from other lines and they were much better to build and feel stronger.2
Better than ExpectedEgheThe instructions for the door were confusing but finally got it done. I thought the doors hold with a magnet but they push and pop open. Even better and gives this unit a sleeker look. Love it!5
Clean and modern lookAliceClean and modern look5
Easy to assemble and sturdy.DeniseEasy to assemble and sturdy. We added the feet and love the height.5
EKET 2door cabinet with shelfAnonymousI was disappointed that EKET does not offer a 'no door' version of this cabinet. I bought it anyway to use without the doors as a floor cabinet but have to work around the large holes for the hinges. Also, it was difficult to get the back piece settled in. I have built several other EKET cabinets without difficulty but this one was a struggle! I do, however, like the line and would probably buy again. I was also disappointed that they no longer offer the 'leg frame' and had to purchase the packet of 4 individually installed legs. The frame was MUCH easier to install and added stability to the cabinet.3
Works for me!ellenI needed something to put my tv on and one Eket worked! Then I moved and needed storage along a wall, so the first Eket got a twin...then there was room for a single and I needed someplace to set my record player and albums...then one more joined the family for next to the desk. I'm now a happy Eket mom of 5!5
Stylish Console/Cabinet, but NO structural integrityKevin P.I’ve come to love and appreciate IKEA’s furniture. After building this console, I will probably stick to small household items and goods and stop buying large pieces of furniture from IKEA. Before I buy large pieces of furniture, I always make so to check out reviews. The reviews for this product wasn’t that great, however I really loved the look of this piece. I made sure to watch some videos on building this piece and prepare myself to tackle this build. I made sure to be extra careful and precise with each step. The final piece was stylish, yet crooked and not flush.
Step away from this product if you’re a perfectionist and want your pieces of IKEA furniture to be level and perfect. However, this product would probably not last too long as you use it and add your household items into the console itself. It took a lot of force and precision building this piece. Overall, it’s a beautiful piece, but not a good final product.2
Looks great in my office.BruceLooks great in my office.5
Unexpectedly hard to assemble. AXianUnexpectedly hard to assemble. A bit pricy for being a particleboard product. Info page didn't provide interior dimensions. Other than these, I love it.4
FrustratedMelissa C.So frustrated with the construction of this cabinet. Purchased 2, each box had different instruction booklet. Doors on both are uneven and difficult to hang. After an hour of frustration have decided to return to store. So sad because it exactly what we wanted size and look wise.2
Super hard to assembleiliaSuper hard to assemble3
Would not buy againHannah D.So I’m super disappointed with this buy. We bought 4 to store things in our living room. One came out perfect, and the other three have uneven doors. I thought I would just let it slide, as returning is a big hassle. I have a 2 year old and he can’t just hang while I drive all the way to Atlanta. Over the last year, there has been extra wear on the cabinets because the doors aren’t lined up. It’s really disappointing as we spent $500, plus $50 shipping. I would not purchase this again or recommend it.1
Ok for the moneyDAMIANHinge system is not very user friendly, hard to install… Otherwise it’s a nice cabinet.
However, all the furniture made now seems much cheaper to what it was few years back.
I guess everyone is trying to save a penny here and there.4
Simple Easily DIYed cabinetJustinWhile it was slightly infuriating to assemble, once together it's a sturdy and sleek cabinet. Adding knobs or contact paper to the doors can really bump it's appearance up a notch4
Good small cabinetMitchellA little problem to assemble. I had to add 2 corner brackets inside so that it doesn't shift side to side. It was the perfect size for the application we needed.3
Nice side cabinetsRICHARDGood quality for the cost, issue will be how well they last4
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