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Also suitable for hot drinks.
Slim carafe with a practical stopper, ideal for storing in the fridge door.
IKEA 365+ series has everything for the table – to be enjoyed for its everyday simplicity or spiced up with colours and accessories. Made from heat resistant glass that holds both hot and cold beverages.
|Weight Gross:||0,45 kg|
|Weight Net:||0,45 kg|
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The glass part is dishwasher-safe. The lid should be washed by hand.
Clean the stopper after each use and leave it to dry before next use.
The stopper should not be in constant contact with any liquid.
Wash this product before using it for the first time.
The material in this product may be recyclable. Please check the recycling rules in your community and if recycling facilities exist in your area.
This is the IKEA 365+ series, which stands for everything that we believe defines good everyday products. Classic colours and designs that will never be out of style. Hard-wearing materials that stand up to tough everyday use. And many smart details that make it both fun and easy to prepare and serve food - every day of the year. Hope you agree.
Cork comes from cork oak bark which is carefully cut from the tree’s trunk. It then takes about nine years until the tree forms new bark that can be harvested. Since a cork oak can live to be aged 150-200, each one produces a lot of cork during its lifetime. Cork has several good qualities as a material: it’s lightweight, flexible, waterproof and naturally resists fire. The cork we use in furniture and accessories is made from cork waste that’s compressed into larger pieces.
Lithuanian performer Natalija Bunkė has recently experienced some great changes in life. A famous woman has moved to a new house and now is inviting you to the unique terrace, which interior had been entrusted to IKEA interior designers. According to N. Bunkė, her friends were astonished not only at the size of her terrace, but also at the interior solutions.
First impression is everything. And your company premises are no exception to the rule. Attractive and pleasant interior design is valued by your clients and your co-workers. IKEA offers a wide range of well-designed goods for a good price. Note also the selection of sustainable products and items assisting your company efforts of leading a more sustainable lifestyle in a work environment. We provide also a wide range of services from interior designer consultations to direct delivery.
Let us take care of your business, while you care for your clients.
This week, we invite you to visit Jolita and Algimantas from Kaunas and their three-room apartment. Formerly the largest room in this apartment belonged to their children. Now, when the grown up kids have left home, the couple decided to pamper themselves on their 30th wedding anniversary and to turn this room into their very own bedroom. IKEA interior designer Laura came to help, and now you can check the result!
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Spending more time at home also means more cleaning, cooking and eating in your very own kitchen. But how to set up one that is friendly for you and the whole family, too? Here are some tips and tricks from our interior designers.
The stress of the city had this couple longing for a slower, simpler and more conscious life – even before their baby came along. And while becoming parents turned their world upside down, they discovered that it didn’t have to change how they wanted to live. Their cosy little apartment embodies lived-in simplicity: furnished only with things that this new little family needs and loves, with both the present and future in mind. Best of all, at a surprisingly low price too.
In this shared bedroom of a young couple and their brand new baby, comfort and calmness reign supreme. From baby’s nursery corner to their ultra-compact wardrobes, “less is more” is the motto throughout. But a peaceful, snooze-affirming sleep space isn’t the only plus – their pared-back approach means they never buy more than they need, saving money for the things and experiences that really matter.
This week we invite you to visit a place where we have already been. Some time ago, “Home idea with IKEA” went there, to the family crisis centre in Kaunas, to create a homely atmosphere in the family rooms and lounge area. This time, our interior designer Ūla returns to upgrade their kitchen and a living-dining room.
Life can get wildly busy and when your home is your workspace too, it can be difficult to slow things down. Step into a bedroom that works as a perfect on/off switch, with clutter-banishing storage and a soft, tone-on-tone colour palette for an instantly relaxing atmosphere.
A lot of things go into a kitchen – food, energy, water – and a lot of waste comes out. However, a few smart choices will minimise traffic at both ends – and help you be kinder to both your wallet and the planet.
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