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BERÄKNA

vase, 18 cm, clear glass

5,99

Article no: 203.279.45

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18 cm
  • 18 cm
  • 30 cm
  • 45 cm
  • 15 cm
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Product details

Key features

The vase is perfect for tulips and other short-stemmed flowers.

Assembled size

Height:18 cm

Package size & weight


Article no: 203.279.45
Packages: 1
Length:
Width:
Height: 18 cm
Weight Gross: 0,89 kg
Weight Net: 0,88 kg

Store location

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1 x BERÄKNA vase Article no: 203.279.45 1 package(s)
Find it in M16A05 department

Care instructions

Wipe clean with a damp cloth.

Good to know

The material in this product may be recyclable. Please check the recycling rules in your community and if recycling facilities exist in your area.

Vases for all occasions

When product developer Anh Linh and the team in IKEA home decoration were asked to make new BERÄKNA vases, they consulted an expert florist with experience working in several countries. She helped them understand what sorts of flowers people buy and how they're used—like single stem vases, tulip vases and lily vases. Her insights helped us make vases that suit different ways of making personal, pretty floral displays.

What is glass?

Glass is mainly made of sand, soda and lime melted at a high temperature. Tempering or various additives gives you extra-strong and impact-resistant glass that in some cases can be taken straight from freezer to oven without cracking. A big benefit is how glass can be recycled over and over without the quality deteriorating. Also, a lot less energy is needed to melt recycled glass compared to new raw materials. Our goal is to eventually use only recycled glass in our range.

Designer

Susan Pryke

Environment

We want to have a positive impact on the planet. That is why by 2030, we want all materials in our products to be recycled or renewable, and sourced in responsible ways.

Materials

Glass

Ideas and inspiration

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If your home could tell your story, what would you want it to say? One could call this apartment a kind of autobiography: it's an ultra-considered space that paints a clear picture of the person who lives here and the things he loves. Wherever you look, style, quality and well-designed details are sure to greet you. Welcome to the good life!

Toma Šokelė says: let there be order
Toma Šokelė says: let there be order

Toma Šokelė, a housekeeping consultant and the author of the blog called “Susitvarkyk”, invites you to visit IKEA and shares useful tips about storage and home organising.

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.

BERÄKNA vase
Story

Vases for all occasions

Flowers seem to have almost magical powers. They bring an ambience and flair that brightens up just about any day. But the way people buy and use them differs between countries. Our product developer Anh Linh and her colleagues knew this from experience. To learn even more, they brought in an expert. Ragnhildur Fjeldsted, a professional florist based in Iceland, shared her many insights from different parts of the world. She helped Anh and the team to find the answers they needed to create BERÄKNA vases.

In Denmark, Ragnhildur says, people buy a lot of ready-made, hand-tied bouquets. But the Dutch buy big bunches of flowers, say 20 to 50 stems, and make arrangements themselves. "They are clever at it," she adds. London residents, she says, prefer floral centrepieces to put on a plinth or a table. "But they also use a lot of different greenery like eucalyptus or monstera leaves to decorate a nice glass vase only with greenery."

Lessons in vases

The team realized BERÄKNA needed at least a single stem vase, a tulip vase and a lily vase. They added a bowl, a taller vase and a floor vase, too. "Single stem vases are great on trays with candles and small bunches of flowers and I often use them for parties, hotels and restaurants that don’t have big budgets”, Ragnhildur says, going on to explain that tulip vases make flowers stay in place instead of falling to the sides and leaving a gap. A lily vase, she continues, is balanced and stable so long-stemmed, top-heavy flowers don't tip the vase over.

Renew your home with flowers

When working with BERÄKNA, Anh and the team were strengthened in their belief that flowers are an essential part of home furnishing, and even fashion. It’s all used to renew. Ragnhildur agrees. “Just look in a fashion magazine. You'll be surprised to see how often they use flowers for their photo shoots."


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