GRIMSÅSPendant lamp, white

Light bulb sold separately. IKEA recommends LED bulb E12 chandelier opal white.

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The lamp almost looks like it floats with its airy and light, yet also generous shape. With a clear light bulb, it casts shadow patterns on the walls – but is just as decorative even when switched off.

Article Number404.128.34

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Projects decorative patterns onto the ceiling and on the wall.

Light bulb sold separately. IKEA recommends LED bulb E12 chandelier opal white.

Use a clear light bulb if you have a lamp shade or lamp with a perforated or cut-out pattern or other airy, open design and want the pattern to cast effects on the wall and ceiling.

Use an opal light bulb if you have an ordinary lamp shade or lamp and want an even, diffused distribution of light.


M Arvonen/L Hilland

Article Number404.128.34
  • Ceiling cup:



    Steel, Nickel plated


    ABS plastic




    Stainless steel

    Wipe clean with a dry cloth.

  • Special waste handling may be required. Please contact your local authorities for more information.

  • Assembly instructionsGRIMSÅS Pendant lamp404.128.34


Max.: 9 W

Diameter: 22 "

Cord length: 4 ' 7 "

    Pendant lampArticle Number404.128.34

    Width: 9 ¾ "

    Height: 5 "

    Length: 19 ¾ "

    Weight: 2 lb 10 oz

    Package(s): 1


Beautiful but....LorenaThis is a beautiful pendant light but i did not realize that the floral attachments were made out of almost paper like material.. very easily bent so be careful during installation.4
Beautiful light fixtureEMILYThis is such a beautiful light fixture and I have gotten many compliments on it! I used this for my daughters nursery and it really makes a statement. The only downside is the portals are made out of some kind of paper so they naturally start to bend out of shape by themselves. It still looks nice but we’ve only had it installed for about a month. So just be aware that will happen.4
Nice looking great priceOrlandoit looks pretty cool and it's a really good piece for a cheap price5
Sophisticated lighting!YhosilaWe want something unique for our nursery and this chandelier just fit to our expectation and budget!5
Looked great for a month or twofishinpondThe lamp looked great when installed and I like the shape regardless of light on or off. However after a month or two, the tiny pieces on the lamp became drooping and then after a while they went in different directions so leaving certain spots open (compared to evenly distribution at the beginning). I put the lamp in hallway so there is not related to moisture. I think it is the quality of the materials. I am disappointed by how this turned out and would not recommend this product.1
Very cuteFlamenkitaI installed this in a spare room, super easy installation and lightweight. Makes a nice pattern on the ceiling5
beautifully simplealisonrvtthis light is beautiful hanging up, simple to assemble. the only draw back is that it doesn't give off much light even for a led bulb- there is only one spot for a bulb.5
Great pendant lamp!YayitabayI bought this pendant lamp for my daughter’s bedroom and she loved it! It looks very elegant! We are so please with this purchase.5
GRIMSÅS Pendant lamp, white, 22 "

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