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This children’s table becomes both a practical place for arts and crafts, as well as a useful storage solution, if completed with TROFAST storage boxes in different sizes and colours.
With TROFAST storage boxes underneath the lids, it’s easy for your child to reach their toys – and clean up in a jiff!
At IKEA, we love to develop products that can be used together in a smart way. That’s why TROFAST storage boxes fit under the lids of the table. Your child can keep toys at hand – and clean up in a jiff!
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To be completed with TROFAST storage box.
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The top of FLISAT children’s table consists of two lids that fit TROFAST storage boxes. Your child can keep toys at hand at all times – and clean up in a jiff!
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