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IKEA PS 2014 Pendant lamp, white,

Price $ 69.99
Light bulb sold separately. IKEA recommends LED bulb E26 globe clear.

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Inspired by science fiction movies, IKEA PS 2014 pendant lamp is a winner of the international design competition Red Dot Award. Change its shape and intensity of light with a simple pull of the strings.

Article Number103.832.44

Product details

You can easily switch between a brighter general light and a softer mood light by just pulling the strings.

Projects decorative patterns onto the ceiling and on the wall.


David Wahl

  • Light bulb sold separately. IKEA recommends LED bulb E26 globe clear.

    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.

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

  • Material
    ABS plastic
    Reinforced polyamide
    Ceiling cup/ Ball:

    Dust the lamp with a dust cloth.


Max.: 13 W

Diameter: 14 "

Cord length: 4 ' 11 "

  • IKEA PS 2014Article Number103.832.44

    Width: 9 ¾ "

    Height: 6 "

    Length: 12 "

    Weight: 4 lb 9 oz

    Package(s): 1

love the retro vibe thekellylove the retro vibe the light gives to the room5
Easy to assemble, hygge light!ellenbrAt first opening the box, it looks daunting, but is easy to assemble with the help of a you tube video. The light is hygge! One addition to make to instructions, would be to explain that the cord needs to remain knotted for proper use.5
What a cool designNew grandmaI bought this fixture a few months ago. It took my husband a little while to put it together but the result is outstanding. Unbelievable to me how something so well designed can be so reasonable.5
Such a cool lightgilbert2005My husband instantly fell in love with this light in the store! It was a breeze to assemble (although at first, it looks like a giant puzzle - don't be discouraged; follow the pictures & it's easy!) and install. We always have anywhere from 2-4 extra kids in our house other than our 2 & even with them pulling on the cord (not so gently!) constantly to see the light transform - this light has held up to their rough inquisitiveness.5
looks very niceMallikawe have 6 feet (square) dining area and small dining table for four people. Size (14D) is good for my dining area and looks great. Received many compliments.5
Death Star, indeed!ENDeeA really odd BUT very interesting addition above our printer near the computer. Highly recommended for anyone with a touch of nerdiness. I marvel at the designer's incredible imagination - truly a three dimensional cutting edge innovation. Pure genius! I improved string operated opener/closer with a tiny bit of silicone gel applied with a q-tip in the sliding track. Silicone gel is available at any reasonably stocked hardware store in the plumbing section. BUT, do NOT attempt to use a silicone spray: it will get everywhere and make a nasty mess!5
It was greatGeorge2007The people love it and it works better than I thought5
Interesting and easy to assembleJonesyBought this lamp for my daughters bedroom to add some interest. We are using 800lumen (led)?bulb in it now and the lighting is similar to what she previously had. Easy to assemble. Snaps together. Easy to mount/wire. I wish the cord pull had a lengthening option and was smoother to pull. It takes a bit of strength.4
IKEA PS 2014 Pendant lamp, white, 14 "

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