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VARIERA Cover plate, white

Price $ 2.99/100 pack

How to get it

When your cabinets are up and your shelves are in place, take a moment to fill the unused drill holes with these cover caps. It’s easy as pie and gives the inside of your cabinets a nice, finished look.

Article Number002.263.15

Product details

Gives your kitchen a finished look by covering the unused drill holes.

Easy to install – just give the cap a slight push with your finger.


IKEA of Sweden

  • Covers drill holes in the glass door cabinet or open shelf.

    Suitable for all products with 3/16" holes.

  • Material


Package quantity: 100 pack

  • VARIERAArticle Number002.263.15

    Width: 3 "

    Height: ½ "

    Length: 6 "

    Weight: 0 oz

    Package(s): 1


You need this.AprilIf you have anything with holes you need these hole fillers.5
Almost PerfectLouiseThey cover the holes beautifully and fit snugly. However, that's the problem. If you decide to move the location of anything, they're almost impossible to remove and probably not reusable after you do.4
Great addition to open cabinetsLaura C.We put these in the shelf holes of a Sektion cabinet that we left open as part of a coffee bar. Considered getting enough to cover all the holes inside all of our Sektion kitchen cabinets, but decided against it.5
Finished the lookDonnaClean look inside of the cabinets!5
What do these fit in?MichelleI thought these fit in Billy bookcase holes but they don’t. Not sure what they are good for….1
Finished the lookJeannieThese little buttons need to be on your materials list. It finishes the look of your cabinets and cleans up the interior.5
THESE ARE AMAZING !!!SueWe were strolling through IKEA to pick up a few things and noticed these. Did not know they excisted, but should have known - IKEA ingenuity!! We are selling our home, had a photographer shoot the whole house and with these HOLE PLUGS for white cabinets with adjustable shelves and big dark holes in a row - THESE are fantastic. You cannot see any of the rows and rows of holes in my glass lighted cabinets in the kitchen. Makes them look so much nicer.4
Perfect finishMargaret S.A little tedious to put into the holes but worth it in the end. We ‘hacked’ a Pax Closet. Looks great5
It makes such a differenceSoniaIt makes such a difference for little cost5
Covers perfectly and easilyMelanieCovers perfectly and easily5
Works as expectedDeloresWorks as expected5
Lots of plugsDonnJust what I wanted to give cabinets a cleaner look, at a good price5
BookshelvesArminaToo big for bookshelves. Wish they noted some place it was only for closets.1
They fill the holes inKristinThey fill the holes in the pax closet to give it a more finished look4
My closet looks amazingVeronicaMy closet looks amazing5
Plug the holesDavidI have only 6 cabinets and have used 8 bags. I need another 5 bags to complete the project. The only thing I dislike about them is the little connection that keeps them together. It makes it harder to push them in. After a while your fingers will be sore. They do enhance the look of the cabinet. Though I saw them every time I opened a door, I don't see them now that I'm used to them.5
Another great well priced product from ikeaRahulMakes your cabinets looks instantly better Maybe it’s just my OCD :)5
Looks goodEdwinLooks good5
More colors neededKelleyLove these. However, need to be available in all of the Billy bookcase colors. Example...birch.5

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