Standing or lying, against the wall or to divide the room – the KALLAX series is eager to please and will adapt to your taste, space, budget and needs. Fine tune with drawers, shelves, boxes and inserts.
The insert looks nice in a room divider as the back has also been finished.
KALLAXInsert with 2 drawersArticle Number702.866.45
Width: 13 ½ "
Height: 1 ½ "
Length: 28 ½ "
Weight: 10 lb 4 oz
Add drawers to cubesPAMELAEasy to assemble ( our 14 year old put it together for her room). Nice addition to the cubes5
Drawers are noisyHeidi P.I LOVE the look of these- but agree that the drawers are deceiving- the sides of the drawers are so low it’s hard to utilize the space well! Also- some drawers make a clicking sound when they are opened and closed- and I can’t for the life of me figure out how to fix it?!?! Does anyone know how to fix the noise? We drove 7 hrs to the nearest ikea- so it’s not an easy return/fix for us… not really sure what to do…. LOVE the KALLAX look- the drawers are just a little disappointing with storage space/utilization. 😟2
Perfect StorageAngelaFits beautifully in my office for the 56” system.5
Great storageDouglasRedid a bdrm with Kallax. So great!5
Just what I neededNicholasI needed storage space for my clutter. I got the Kallax and added two drawer kits and four baskets. It is perfect. There is a place for everything and everything is in it's place.
It was simple to build and I had zero problems.5
Surprise for my wife. “MERRY CHRISTMAS”BRUCEKALLAX, LIKE ALL IKEA COLLECTIONS CHALLENGING TO BUILD, BUT A GREAT CONCEPT. MY WIFE IS A ORGANIZED PACK RAT, KALLAX IS PERFECT START TO BUILD ON TO IN THE FUTURE.5
Great for storage.SandraThese drawers give the Kallax cubes the extra room for storage and they look pretty. Easy to assemble and install.5
Nice compliment for Kallax unit.RogerNice compliment for Kallax unit.5
Kallax DrawersKarenThese drawers make the Kallax shelves an elegant efficient storage remedy! I have office supplies hidden, magazines, and CDs stored out of site and easy to access. These really work with my small apartment and my sense of simple but elegant taste.5
Cheap material + damaged in boxjenn b.I ordered two sets of these drawer inserts and they both arrived damaged! The sides of these inserts are a flexible cardboard material (instead of wood). They arrive flat and are designed to bend along seams in the 4 corners to form a box shape. Both arrived with a seam already ripped/detached, so I cannot assemble them without taping them back together. I am returning them!1
Super !CATHERINESuper !5
Easy to install. Fits well!BrianEasy to install. Fits well!5
Adds "hidden" storageSandyWas easy to put together5
Love it! Great Additional toMicheleLove it! Great Additional to my craft room. Easy to assemble and install.5
Drawers don’t use space well.Sally J.I bought these for our playroom to help organize all the small toys. Bought these to put all the little figures and the side walls are HALF the size of the front. It’s a total waste of space and they hardly hold anything. Just put a basket in, don’t waste your money on these.1
got this to go withTIA J.got this to go with my Kallax shelving, so the unit would be more than just a bookshelf. Perfect for things I don't want on display.5
I decided to change theRobertI decided to change the look of my Kallax and these inserts did the trick. The versatility of the Kallax makes it the perfect choice as a storage solution.5
Nice drawers but they areMilton R.Nice drawers but they are somewhat shallow5
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