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OXBERG Panel/glass door, birch veneer, 15 3/4x75 5/8 "
OXBERG Panel/glass door, black-brown, 15 3/4x75 5/8 "
OXBERG Panel/glass door, white, 15 3/4x75 5/8 "
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It is estimated that every five seconds, one BILLY bookcase is sold somewhere in the world. Pretty impressive considering we launched BILLY in 1979. It’s the booklovers choice that never goes out of style.

Article Number502.755.58

Product details

Adjustable hinges allow you to adjust the door horizontally and vertically.

Panel/glass doors provide dust-free storage and let you hide or display things according to your needs.

Hinges included.

Knobs included.

1 door will fit BILLY bookcase 15¾" and 2 doors will fit BILLY bookcase 31½".

Can be used on the corner unit only if the shelf next to it has no doors.

The door does not fit bookcases purchased in the spring of 2014 or earlier.

Article Number502.755.58
  • Frame:

    Fiberboard, Paper foil, Plastic edging, Paper foil

    Rail/ Door panel:

    Fiberboard, Paper foil

    Glass panel:

    Tempered glass


    Wipe clean using a damp cloth and a mild cleaner.

    Wipe dry with a clean cloth.


    Wipe clean with a damp cloth. Use only water or window-cleaner.

    Wipe dry with a clean cloth.

  • Handle with care! A damaged edge or scratched surface can cause the glass to suddenly crack and/or break. Avoid collisions from the side - this is where the glass is most vulnerable.
  • We want to have a positive impact on the planet. That is why by 2030, we want all materials in our products to be recycled or renewable, and sourced in responsible ways.


Width: 15 3/4 "

Height: 75 5/8 "

    Panel/glass doorArticle Number502.755.58

    Width: 15 ¾ "

    Height: 1 "

    Length: 83 "

    Weight: 17 lb 7 oz

    Package(s): 1


Bookshelf doorJulieLove the product! Had to wait a couple months for them to come in but it was worth it5
OxbergNathalie A.Love it!5
Worthless to buy since the Billy Bookcase is NEVER in stockMandyBought it and waited and waited for the bookcase to restock. Finally got an email it stocked. Go to the store and never was in stock. A complete waste of my time and gas. Took the doors back. Not worth it. I’m done with IKEA.1
Nice cabinet for the price.LaurieNice cabinet for the price.5
Looks niceKARENDifficult to align evenly with the bookcase using predrilled holes3
Love them!Joan-HannahThey fit the Billy case that I had bought some time before perfectly. I like the option of having some of my books show and some room for privacy. I really like these doors!5
Pleased purchaserLindaWe have Billy bookcases with Oxberg doors in our entry hall. The top half of the Oxberg allows (dust-free) viewing of family memorabilia, while the solid lower section hides games, seldom-used glassware, even appliance manuals.5
This is the way toJoelThis is the way to dress up a billy shelf. I think it could be a little better quality for the price, but, it does make the self unit look much better.4
Easy to attach to theNancyEasy to attach to the bookcase/cabinet. Looks nice.5
Very niceBrendaGoes great with my decor.5
finished lookMary J.These doors give the bookcase a nice finished look5
Looks greatJillLooks great4
Oxberg DoorKIMBERLYThe door is built wonderfully and looks great. We had an old Billy bookcase and they do not fit.2
I love my glass doorPETRAI love my glass door book and bar shelfs5
Bother items are well made.MichaelBother items are well made. The oxberg doors don’t line up with my older Billy book cases so I had to make my own adjustments.5
Great, just beware if you have an old BillySuperCTLove the doors, just a few things to be aware of: the varnish / finish is much lighter than the old doors, probably a cost saving change and it's not a big deal, I just wish it had a little more shine and protection to it. But most important of all - if you have an older Billy please be aware that they have CHANGED THE POSITION OF THE HINGES! The older Billies don't have holes for shelves at the very top and very bottom of the bookcase. The old model doors had hinges that went about halfway up the bottom level and top level of the bookcases and the predrilled holes in the older Billies fit these. The new Oxberg doors, and presumably the new Billies, have holes that go all the way from the very bottom to the very top, and the new door hinges fit in these top and bottom positions. There isn't an option to change where the hinges go on the doors (due to a round cut out that the hinges fit in) so you have to create new holes for the hinges. At first I found a thread on Ikeahackers that gave the dimensions and I attempted the first few using a paper template I created, but in the end I found it easier to just put the hinges on the door first and then have my boyfriend hold the door where I needed it on the bookcase and then make a pilot hole with a drill and fit it that way (instead of trying to measure and find I was off by a fraction which would make the whole process a nightmare which I came perilously close to doing). Also note that the older Billies have slightly different shaped holes that require a slightly wider screw for the hinges, after running to Ikea to pick up 70 of the old screws I came home to do the installation and realized the screw size didn't matter since the hinges don't line up with the predrilled holes anyway and I was making my own holes.4
Why not all wood? Remove the glass!LulumamaThe door is fine. You are stuck with this if you want a nice looking door for Billy. However, I want a door to hide stuff, so the glass is not preferred. We waited and waited for the all “wood” door to come back, but it’s been 3 years and they still only offer the glass. We bout the mirror spray paint so it has an antique mirror look, but still prefer no glass. Install was fine.2
Easy additionBobTeslaAdded these to our existing Billy Bookcase easily. The only thing that disappointed was that, while the Oxberg comes in a 2 glass panel or a half glass/half wood panel, there was not a 2 wood panel option.4
Wish an opaque door were still an optionMechDaughterI love the Billy/Oxberg series! My living room is almost entirely lined with this stylish system, and it's gorgeous for storage and display. I've recently incorporated Billies into my kitchen storage, and I'm enormously disappointed - that even though, over the years there have been Oxbergs with tall translucent, or fully wooden doors PERFECT for hiding pantry items - IKEA no longer produces any such option. Using two smaller doors doesn't fit as well as one full size Oxberg. I would love to see IKEA bring back some kind of full coverage Oxberg again.4
Easy to install doorsMha2004I had a Billy bookcase that I decided to turn into kitchen storage. I purchased the doors to upgrade the look and they're fantastic. They look great and were easy to install.5


What is glass?

Glass is mainly made of sand, soda, and lime melted at a high temperature. Tempering or various additives gives you extra-strong and impact-resistant glass that in some cases can be taken straight from freezer to oven without cracking. A big benefit is how glass can be recycled over and over without the quality deteriorating. Also, a lot less energy is needed to melt recycled glass compared to new raw materials. Our goal is to eventually use only recycled glass in our range.