VOXTORP is a smooth, matt door with integrated handles. It brings clean lines and an open, modern look to your kitchen.The depth of the handle makes it easy to open and close the door.The smooth, matt surface feels pleasant against your hand as you open and close the door.25-year Limited Warranty. Read about the terms in the Limited Warranty brochure.Complete with UTRUSTA 153° hinge with built-in damper for kitchen, 2-pack, sold separately.To be used with 2 hinges.May be completed with FÖRBÄTTRA cover panels, toekicks and decorative strips in matt white.Designer
H Preutz/W Braasch
Particleboard, Foil, Foil, ABS plastic
Wipe dry with a clean cloth.Wipe clean with a water dampened soft cloth and a mild non-abrasive dish detergent or soap, if necessary.
VOXTORP2-p door/corner base cabinet setArticle Number:902.819.96
Great high-end look for a great priceaaalamWe looked at dozens of kitchen cabinet options and everything was either too traditional or too expensive. Ikea really does offer an amazing product with such a variety of options. People complain about the quality or integrity of the cabinets but its really what you make of it. You can't bang these cabinets around but they are not light weights by any means. We got a installation quote from Traemand but it was outrageously expensive so we installed ourselves. Its a lot of work but completely worth saving $8000 in installation costs. Ikea makes installation so easy with their superb instructions. If you design your kitchen well, there should be no problems with installation and function.5
Nice but difficult functionalityIrisseaWe recently purchased an IKEA kitchen without appliances or countertops and it cost us about $8000. We have a small kitchen square footage wise but did get one of the more high-end cabinet fronts, the Voxtorp. There are so, so many things I wish I had known before going through this experience, there were some painful lessons. I won't get into that since this is a review of a particular product, the folding door to the corner base cabinet with the Lazy Susan. We had to return and purchase the store no less than three times because of a few reasons. First, the name of the door, right-handed opening versus left handed opening, does not match common sense and everyone including IKEA employees are confused as to which door opens on which side. Second, when we installed the door on the side we wanted it to open, it was not opening correctly because it was running into the slide in oven next to it so we decided to get the door opening on the other side. Problem with that was that then the door would open but the oven prevented it from opening fully which meant we could not get large pots out of the cabinet. Finally we ended up having to come up with a solution to move the range over about half an inch and we put the third door front on again the way we initially wanted it . Moral of the story is, IKEA kitchens are great and sometimes you can save money with them, I would highly recommend you have an IKEA expert throughout the entire process, spend the extra money whatever it takes because you'll end up having to tweak a lot of things especially if your space is not basic angles or if you have tight corners.3