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TVÄRFOT Table lamp, black/white

Price $ 14.99
Light bulb sold separately. IKEA recommends LED bulb E12 globe opal white.

How to get it

Small table lamp in classic black and white with a stoneware base and topped with a textile lampshade that spreads an even and decorative light. Perfect to put in a window or on a chest of drawers.

Article Number004.675.26

Product details

Small and easy to place anywhere you want to bring some coziness and mood lighting into your home.


IKEA of Sweden


Shade width: 6 "

Height: 9 "

Base diameter: 3 "

Cord length: 6 ' 7 "

Power: 8.6 W


Tvarfot lampTomSmall but powerful by the bed or on the dresser5
Great for any size roomJenniferWe purchased this for our daughter's room and she loves it. We may purchase another one for our living room.5
Perfect lamp KimI was looking for some really small lamps I could use in a guest bedroom instead instead of a night lite and these little guys did the trick! 5
Adorable lampLisaLooks great in kitchen- grab a bulb at ikea- it is an odd size5
Sun Room Addition -- Works Brilliantly!KarlPerfect size -- the lamp adds a bright spot in the sun room after the sun sets.5
Perfect little lampPamelaI needed a small lamp for a shelf on one of my bookcases, this was perfect! Super cute, squat little lamp. Love it. Plan on getting another one.5
Lamp really doesn’t fit in the socketYexinI bought this lamp with IKEA’s recommended bulbs last week. After I installed the bulb, I found that the bulb merely touch to the socket of the lamb, and it sticked out which made the light extremely bright to my eyes, then I tried to screw the bulb deeper so that the lampshade can block the light, however, the lower metal part detached from the bulb itself and stuck firmly to the socket. I tried hard to finally move it out and installed the only other E12 bulb, same thing happened again, and this time the bulb didn’t even illuminate after plugging in the power. In a nutshell, the recommended bulbs have non-matched specifications with the lamb and have low quality, so was the design of the lampshade as well.1
Great style!RaymondPair of these looks good in my bedroom. The light is just right but I wonder if there are other lightbulb options available...smart bulbs would be cool...5
Great little bedside lampJacquiSuper little lamp for a bedside table. It is not too big but gives off enough light. Easy to assemble only one part to move in order to put the shade on and used the two pack IKEA bulbs5
Cheaply madeLindie R.This lamp is cute but, I would not advise for anyone to buy. I bought this lamp and when I got home the base of it was broken, went back to the store an exchanged it for a new one. Got that one home and the bulb attachment to the base was broken. Now I have to go back AGAIN. Ridiculous!!!1
LampLisaNice little task lamp that I placed in my kitchen.5
Ask Me About My Miserably Failed DeliveryKenHorrible experience!!!3
Tiny delightAnnaLove this little lamp. Perfect for winding down in the bedroom. Emits a very “hyggelig” light.5
Nice little lamp. Unusual bulbDavidI love the look of the lamp, but the E12 LED bulb required is unique. Ikea would not include it in the shipping unless I ordered a much higher dollar amount. I found one at my hardware store, but it just barely sits below the top edge of the lampshade.3
Perfect size lampChristineJust what I was looking for, simple and clean esthetic. Perfect size too.5
Over all look is goodSyedOver all look is good but the lamp body was so tightly fitted into the package that it broke in taking it out. I thought it was some metal or any other stronger material.3
Perfect little lamp!AnikaI've been looking for a bright, small lamp for ages and this one is perfect for the space. It was very easy to put together out of the box, it's bright, and looks great.5
Great for any size roomJenniferWe purchased this for our daughter's room and she loves it. We may purchase another one for our living room.5
Perfect for a small spaceAnessaI've been looking for a good, small lamp for months to go on our rather small nightstands. These get the job done! Just make sure to find the right size lightbulb or it'll show at the top.5
NiceMinhBought it as the night stand. Highly recommended!!!5
TVÄRFOT Table lamp, black/white

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