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cushion pad, 50x50 cm, white/soft

3 €

Article no: 602.621.93

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Product details

Key features

A comfort booster for your sofa or armchair with a soft, cosy filling. Simply dress it with a cover to match the season, style – or your mood.

Assembled size

Length:50 cm
Width:50 cm
Filling weight:360 g
Total weight:380 g

Package size & weight


Article no: 602.621.93
Packages: 1
Length: 49 cm
Width:
Height:
Weight Gross: 0,43 kg
Weight Net: 0,42 kg

Store location

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1 x INNER cushion pad Article no: 602.621.93 1 package(s)
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Care instructions

When used outdoors, the best way to extend the lifespan of your cushion pad is to store it in a cool, dry place indoors or in a storage bag whenever not in use.

Machine wash, max 40°C, normal process.

Do not bleach.

Tumble drying, low temperature (max 60°C).

Do not iron.

Do not dryclean.

Cushions in fashion

At IKEA, we have cushions that love fashion! Dress them in covers to match seasons, styles – or your mood. They’re removable, easy to wash and don’t take much space to store, so you can keep several on hand. And change covers and the look in your room anytime you like – and for very little money.

Designer

IKEA of Sweden

Materials

Fabric:
100% polypropylene
Filling:
100 % polyester - hollow fibre (100% recycled)

Ideas and inspiration

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Before and after: bold living room for three generations

This three-room apartment is home to three generations: our hero Natalija, her daughter Aleksandra with her husband Daniel and the little Veronika and Bernardas. Natalija spends most of her time in the living room that hasn't been upgraded for three decades. And neither has the balcony. Over years, it has turned into a pantry and now offers anything but rest. IKEA interior designer Birutė Beniušė decided to bring back colours and joy to these two spaces.

Easy ways to reuse
Easy ways to reuse

Our Green Life at Home survey shows that 38% of people in Lithuania feel good by giving second life, repairing or upcycling items at home. Want to reuse more, but don't know where to start? You can contribute by simply choosing new buys made of old materials.

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

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Before and after: huge changes in a tiny kitchen

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What’s new in the IKEA Showroom: space for rest and interests
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“Home idea with IKEA”: modern classics in the living room
“Home idea with IKEA”: modern classics in the living room

Come and visit the first hero of the season – Neringa who has recently divorced and moved into a new apartment. A woman spends most of her time in the living room, but she is not happy with the way it looks now. Neringa dreams of a bright and pleasing interior in a modern classic style. Is it possible to create one without major repairs? Interior designer Kotryna is more than sure about that!

“Home idea with IKEA”: from a pantry to a baby‘s room
“Home idea with IKEA”: from a pantry to a baby‘s room

Evaldas and Agnė are expecting a baby boy, who already has a name – it’s Benas. The newly baked parents decided to dedicate a separate room for their new family member. The space is small and oddly shaped, but the couple wants to fit all the necessary furniture there. How to choose the right furniture for the growing baby? To find the answer, this week’s heroes teamed up with our interior designer Gabrielė Leistrumaitė.

“Home idea with IKEA”: a home office goes smart
“Home idea with IKEA”: a home office goes smart

Meet Darius, the hero of this week who works in IT and usually does that from the comfort of his home. He is lucky to have a separate home office in the apartment but not entirely happy with the way it‘s furnished. Darius is dreaming of a modern and ergonomic place to work, more space for storage and a cosy reading corner to spend his free time after work. But does it mean that he should level his old room to the ground? Our interior designer Gabija has shown what can be done without major repairs.

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