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LILLÅSEN Desk, bamboo, 102x49 cm for £99 @ IKEA
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LILLÅSEN Desk, bamboo, 102x49 cm for £99 @ IKEA

£99£11514%IKEA Deals
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Posted 15th Jan

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Sleek and minimalist looking desk. Regular price £115 but now on offer for £99 with IKEA family card.

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Bamboo is a durable, renewable and sustainable material.

Can be placed in the middle of a room because the back is finished.

Drawer stops prevent the drawers from being pulled out too far.

The drawer is designed for A4-size papers.

Designer: Mikael Axelsson

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I have this desk, been using it for my office for about 9 or months. Its really good and very solid. The top bit is all made up as well, no flat pack (including the draws).

Think I paid about £120 so this is a bargain price. HEAT
Could make a nice breakfast bar....
Do the legs extend beyond the footprint of the top? It's difficult to tell from the pictures.
Very stylish
freakie15/01/2020 19:38

Do the legs extend beyond the footprint of the top? It's difficult to tell …Do the legs extend beyond the footprint of the top? It's difficult to tell from the pictures.


No, they screw into the bottom of the unit.
Carson_Official15/01/2020 22:53

No, they screw into the bottom of the unit.


That didn't answer the question, but thanks for the response!
freakie16/01/2020 00:13

That didn't answer the question, but thanks for the response!


Sorry I was tired when answering this, now I understand what you mean.

They do ever so slightly, but we are talking a 1cm over the length
Carson_Official16/01/2020 07:27

Sorry I was tired when answering this, now I understand what you mean.They …Sorry I was tired when answering this, now I understand what you mean.They do ever so slightly, but we are talking a 1cm over the length


Thanks Carson, that's useful to know. Sometimes I wonder if they even have skirting boards in Scandinavia, because of the way that some IKEA stuff is made. Big gaps when putting things against walls!
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