VADHOLMARack for kitchen islandArticle Number804.023.81
Width: 13 ½ "
Height: 2 ½ "
Length: 58 ¼ "
Weight: 22 lb 4 oz
It is very nice, andREBECCAIt is very nice, and sturdy and works well in our vintage art deco kitchen5
Great productSHERINNEBrought this item for my boyfriend who
Loves to cook and he loves it. He has hung all his utensils and even used one of the shelves to store his wine bottles.4
Fantastic Kitchen IslandKyleMy wife and I are using it as our kitchen table in our small apartment and the storage it provides is fantastic, but most importantly it looks great, i have even had a neighbors see it through the window and tell me how nice it is!5
Vadholma IslandAMANDAAbsolutely love this island. It is perfect for our kitchen. It was relatively easy to put together definitely takes 2 people though.5
Great addition to our kitchenKRISTYThis island has been one of the best things we purchased for our kitchen. Great storage and plenty of room to roll out our pie dough. Glad we got it with the rack as it has added even more space to put items away. Great to hang a fruit basket holder (IKEA's) from. We purchased different stools than what they had. We were glad we got them with seat backs, more comfortable to seat at to eat or for projects.5
Love It!EricThis one was hard to find as it is so popular. We watched for it online and ordered it as soon as it was available again. We drove 4 1/2 hours just to pick it up. We love it and recommend it to anyone looking to add some space to their kitchen!5
Great islandANGELAExcellent product for the price5
Solid but pricey- maybe skip the rackJenniferThe island is what I expected and have added two barstools to serve meals, and have sufficient storage on the opposite side. Also ordered the overhead rack, which never really served as storage shelving and only served to block the view in the kitchen. I took that down and am happier without it.4
I love this product. DefinitelyPhyllisI love this product. Definitely a great addition and improvement to our kitchen.5
Most item I have in my kitchen.Debbie from NYLove it, have had it about a year now, looks great performs well, my husband and I put it together, took 2 of us about 2 hours (and my husband has Parkinson's). The biggest problem was the weight, the top is heavy but we managed. Just separate the pieces so you know what goes where and it will be fine. Should come or have my hooks available to purchase and a lighting accessory or a way to plug in appliances would be nice. We used wire ties to hold a powerstrip to the leg and attached an LED light strip to the overhead rack.5
Great featuresBrunogirl8I bought this several months ago. Love the island but it took forever to put it together. Now however, there is a bubble the size of an orange coming up in middle of island. There is no screw underneath so it’s not something I did when putting it together!! I am beyond dismayed. I cannot get ahold of ANYONE at IKEA. I tried customer service but can’t get anywhere with that. Only can cancel an order. Not helpful!!!3
Solid Kitchen IslandFOSTAAAWe got this months ago and it has held up great! The pre-drilled screw holes on the top bar did not line up but we just left it unsecured as it did not affect the structural integrity.5
thephilosoftAwesome piece. Stylish, sturdy, lot's of space5
Excellent work tablewhamscafeLooks very nice esthetically too, assembly was a bit of a pain though.5
Just what I neededShakesmom2I had planned to purchase another island but when I saw this one I had to have it. It looks great and is very sturdy. The only drawback was trying to put it together. If you know IKEA's instructions, you'll know they are almost incomprehensible. It took 3 of us 5-6 hours.5
Best Kitchen IslandNoodle Cat 88Bought this on July 2019 and this perfectly fits in our split level home! It has a cutting board top and lots of hanging hook for small pans or pots or decor! We haven't found the right stools yet, but currently has our extra dinning chairs. There is lots of extra space to store bigger pots/pans and our Woks fit perfectly there! We absolutely love this kitchen island and recommend it for your kitchen!5
Perfect island!TiffyjeanI purchased this island a few months ago and am still so happy! It went together easily and is sturdier than I thought it was going to be.5
Kitchen Island with rackBibeyMy wife has always wanted one. We finally found an island at Ikea. It was a good price and it well made. Solid wood top. I'm impressed. Didn't like the fact that you have to buy the rack separate though. The pic and name shows both together and that is the way it should sell. My wife smiles every time she looks at it. If all of Ikea's furniture is like this one, I will buy more furniture from Ikea. Recommend 2 people for assembly.5
Absolutely love itPixie DustWe bought this a couple months ago and totally love it. Looks nice and we love that we can move it around if needs be !!!!5
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What is particleboard?
Particleboard is made from recycled wood and sawmill leftovers – so wood pieces with the wrong shade, woodchips and sawdust become a resource instead of possibly being discarded. We use boards for things like bookcases, bed frames, sofas and kitchen frames. To protect from wear and moisture, we apply varnish, veneer or foil that adds to the furniture's look.