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EKET

suspension rail, 35 cm

6 €

Article no: 003.400.47

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Product details

Key features

The suspension rail works as a reinforcement and makes it both easier and safer to mount EKET to the wall.

Want to mount your EKET storage to the wall? Make sure to use a suspension rail. It makes the job both simpler and safer – smart, right?

Assembled size

Width:29,5 cm
Depth:1,5 cm
Height:4 cm
Frame width:35 cm

Package size & weight


Article no: 003.400.47
Packages: 1
Length: 33 cm
Width: 9 cm
Height: 3 cm
Weight Gross: 0,32 kg
Weight Net: 0,26 kg

Store location

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1 x EKET suspension rail Article no: 003.400.47 1 package(s)
Aisle 05 Bin 36

Care instructions

Wipe clean with a damp cloth.

Wipe dry with a clean cloth.

Check regularly that all assembly fastenings are properly tightened and retighten when necessary.

Good to know

You will need a suspension rail to mount EKET cabinets on wall.

Grandfather's fishing boxes inspired playful storage

When product developer Petra Kammari Enarsson was young and often moved, she furnished with old fishing boxes given to her by her grandfather. Years later, when developing EKET storage series, she remembered those boxes. Imagine if EKET could be just as flexible – but more playful? Petra and her team developed a mix of shelves, drawers and cabinets in different colours and shapes to be combined as you like. When life and needs change, just move, add or remove parts.

What is steel?

Steel has unique characteristics when it is stretched and shaped since it remains strong. It provides strength to everything from skyscrapers and cars to bed frames and outdoor furniture. The steel industry is moving in the direction of more energy-efficient production and stronger steel qualities. It doesn’t lose any of its properties when recycled and today steel is one of the most recycled materials in the world.

Designer

IKEA of Sweden

Materials

Galvanized steel

Assembly instructions

Advice instructions

Only the latest versions of these documents are available for download. This means that there may sometimes be differences between the documents you download and the versions that come with the product.


Do you like EKET?

Large or small. Out in the open or hidden. Colourful or toned down. You can combine EKET modular cabinets as you like and need. No matter what you’re storing or how much space you have at home, you can always find a solution that suits you. And if your needs or tastes change? No problem – you can easily change EKET too. Choose from different colours and sizes, change the placement of the cabinets as you like and create a solution with its own complete look. Or save time and choose one of our already made combinations.

 

Ideas and inspiration

Organisation helps good habits start early
Organisation helps good habits start early

It’s easier to keep things tidy in the kids’ room when there’s a place for everything. Good storage can even make it fun for them to stay organised all by themselves – the more so if you let them decide where each thing should go.

Before and after: a living room for we-time, work, and play
Before and after: a living room for we-time, work, and play

We are starting the sixth season of “Home idea with IKEA” at the home of Rita from Vilnius and her three little daughters. While dad was away for work, the girls decided to start some makeovers. A team of our interior designers came to help them rearrange the room, bring more order, and create enough space for everyone (including two dogs, a turtle, and a hamster) to spend time together.

Before and after: a room for a teenage boy
Before and after: a room for a teenage boy

Having your own room is great. But having a great room is a completely different thing. Have a look at the room of ten-year-old Kipras and you’ll see how unrecognizably it has changed after the makeover made by our interior designer Kotryna.

Before and after: a cosy granny's bedroom
Before and after: a cosy granny's bedroom

The 50th anniversary episode of "Home Idea with IKEA" invites us to Kaunas. The occasion is special, no less than the heroine of this week, the golden-ager Laima who is bursting with joy and energy. Having worked as an accountant all her life, she has finally discovered her true vocation and now spends most of her time with her grandchildren. Laima is full of love for the little ones yet tends to forget showing some of it to herself. She lives in an old apartment and sleeps on the couch in the room that used to belong to her already adult daughters. Together with the interior designer Laura, we came to furnish a bedroom that she has fairly deserved.

Before and after: a room which even princesses would envy
Before and after: a room which even princesses would envy

This week, we are guests of Kamilė and Gabija, two little sisters sharing one room. As the girls grew, their small room became too cramped, thus their older brother agreed to swap and leave his bigger room for the sisters. See how interior designer Gabrielė managed to turn a former teenage space into a room for two amazing girls.

Before and after: a cosy and inspiring photo studio
Before and after: a cosy and inspiring photo studio

This season, “Home idea with IKEA” helps to find order in different areas of home, from bedrooms to children’s rooms to kitchens. But we believe that getting organised and staying cosy is no less important in your workplace. Therefore, this week we invite you to a slightly different environment – a photo studio of Karolina, which she calls her second home.

A studio with soul: a small apartment with space for it all
A studio with soul: a small apartment with space for it all

“When I moved into my small apartment with my piano and vast record collection, I wondered how I would fit it all in. Thankfully, all it took was some time and imagination. A busy mind doesn’t have to mean a messy home, and this little space holding my life and work is proof of this!”

Work, play, repeat: a little living room with endless possibilities
Work, play, repeat: a little living room with endless possibilities

A little studio apartment where the living room is a workspace too. Sound familiar? Even with its small footprint, this living-work area delivers on all fronts, offering up a corner for creative work, a generous sofa for down-time and enough storage – open, closed and secreted away – to keep every object organised and accessible.

Just how much can you fit: storage ideas for small spaces
Just how much can you fit: storage ideas for small spaces

The most important part of a well-organised home is having a place for everything. Whether you show it or hide it, the key is that you can always find it.

EKET suspension rail
Story

From grandfather's fishing boxes to playful storage

When product developer Petra Kammari Enarsson was a young student and often moved, she used to furnish her apartments with old fishing boxes given to her by her grandfather who lived on the west coast of Sweden. Years later, when Petra was developing the new EKET storage series, those boxes came to mind. How could she make the series as flexible as the boxes?

New technologies, new hobbies, a new family member ... both small and large changes affect life and people's needs at home. Not least when it comes to all the things that we need space for. Petra Kammari Enarsson is a product developer at IKEA and often visits the homes of customers to experience their everyday living and how good storage can make life at home a little easier. She remembers a family in Copenhagen which expanded every other weekend with the daughter from a previous relationship. ”She didn't have her own room, but the family had a solution where she had a loft bed in the living room and her private things were in a chest on the floor”. Petra thinks it's a good example of how more and more people are living in small spaces, and that a large part of everyday living takes places in the living room where we want things to be both practical and stylish.

Flexible furniture for new needs

Another obvious trend around the world is that many people move more often - just as Petra did when she was young. ”The problem is that a lot of storage furniture is so inflexible – upon moving or new needs arising, they can't be adapted. This means storage isn't optimal and it's difficult to keep track of all your things”. These insights inspired Petra and her colleagues to start looking at a more flexible and personal storage solution – something that can easily be updated so that people don't have to buy new furniture as soon as something in life changes. Petra then started to think about those fishing boxes she had when she was young and which were so easy to stack and move as needed. What if you could make a piece of furniture which consists of various smart modules that can be easily moved around, removed and added to?

Building with blocks

Petra and her team started by ordering cardboard boxes in various sizes. They took the boxes to different room environments where they moved them around like building blocks – stacking and combining them in various ways. The team also researched detailed facts about storage: on average, how many magazines do we have at home? What’s the ideal height for people to put down their mobile phones? ”Many of us put keys, telephones or bags in a specific place when we come home. We usually do it automatically, without thinking about it”, says Petra. The height that seems to suit most people is 80 cm, so a shelf at that height was a given in the mix of shelves, drawers and cabinets in different colours and styles that eventually became the EKET storage series. ”I'm so pleased that we chose to prioritise playfulness and freedom of choice with all the colours and sizes of EKET”, says Petra, who's looking forward to visiting more homes. ”I think that the customers will find lots of exciting combinations that we haven't even thought of!”.


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