LACK table in black-brown is easy to match with other furnishings. The honeycomb structured paper filling construction adds strength to the table while keeping it lightweight so it´s easy to move around.
Separate shelf for magazines, etc. helps you keep your things organized and the table top clear.
IKEA of Sweden
Max load on table top: 44 lbs.
Product is possible to recycle or use for energy recovery, if available in your community.
Coordinates with other products in the LACK series.
I can’t believe the price on this table!ChrisAbsolutely the best coffee table I have ever had! The price is unbelievable and it is sturdy and so much bigger than I thought! I absolutely LOVE it!!5
Great quality and priceJavierGreat quality and price5
Requires an AwlEzra A.I was excited for a reasonably priced coffee table, however when I went to put it together, I noticed it requires an awl. You need to make your own holes for the shelf underneath, I tried just using the screw but it doesn't work. Since the taskrabbit price that they offer is over half the cost of the table, not including tax, tip or transportation, I'm getting an awl today.2
Really nice piece! Easy assembleAmandaReally nice piece! Easy assemble and looks clean and simple just like I was looking for5
cheap hardwareTIFFANY Z.It didn't last. We knew it was cheap and were very careful with it. We always used coasters and never used it to write on. We did play board games a couple of times. But mostly it was a place to put the remotes and a drink or a book. No feet. We were good with it and all the metal hardware holding the shelf broke. Brittle cheap metal. As one shelf corner cracked it took out a leg in the hollow top. We can't even think how to repair such a particle board mess as its a poor design for the stress it bears. The strongest joints should be where the legs met the table but you can't screw them all the way in tight unless you want the corners of the legs to be skewed. They should have included a way to make the inside screw tight to the right height to screw on the leg tight. But they don't, so its impossible to make sturdy enough to not put so much stress on the tiny little cheap metal hangers for the shelf.1
Good price , Good qualityLevarGood price , Good quality4
Love this coffee tableCaraIt’s the second one I’ve owned. Had to leave first when I moved and just got a new one in a lighter color. Love it.5
Nice looking light weight and useful.KayaThis is not a massive wood work but it’s a great design and price.5
Perfect for a classroom!!JamesPerfect for a classroom!!5
LackJuanGood price and the appearance is good.5
Coffee tableMichaelIt is a good looking table but a few days later when went to put it together we not it had a big hole on one side. We will be returning it but we have already recycled the box2
Great buyGeorgeGreat buy for your money.5
SturdyBridget J.Sturdy and looks nice for the price. We use it as a puzzle/craft table. Way better than the junky foldable puzzle tables they sell on Amazon.5
Lego tableLINDSYI bought to be used as a table for building and playing with legos. I lowered the shelf to accommodate fabric bins that hold the different sets. It has been perfect. I gave one less star because it’s ugly.4
Good deal Good price easy assemblyDOROTHYMade my mom very happy at a good price, Thanks again Ikea 👍😊5
Greatabdellahits excellent table love it thanks IKEA5
Already paint is scratchedBalachandarNot a good quality one.1
Coffee tableJANSimple stylish looks for a low price4
I’m very happy with myBettyI’m very happy with my purchase5
Very nice productMarjanVery nice product5
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