Did Kallax replaced Expedit?

Did Kallax replaced Expedit?

Ikea Discontinues Expedit Shelving – Ikea Kallax is the New Expedit.

Why did Ikea change Expedit to Kallax?

The sides of the Kallax are a single centimeter thinner than those of the Expedit. The change is being made because Ikea consumes an astounding 1 percent of the world’s wood, and is trying to lessen its impact.

Did Kallax dimensions change?

Like many of you mentioned in the comments, the KALLAX is a slight tweak on the beloved shelving system: a more scratch-resistant surface, slightly rounded corners, and thinner outer boards, but the same internal dimensions (see the full side-by-side image after the jump).

Where can I find discontinued IKEA?

For discontinued IKEA furniture and home decor:

  1. 1 – Discouch.
  2. 2 – eBay and Etsy. Some rare discontinued IKEA MARKERAD listings on eBay.
  3. 3 – Facebook Marketplace, Offerup and Craiglist. Facebook marketplace mostly covered popular IKEA products.
  4. 4 – IKEA Store. AS-IS section.

Can you put two kallax on top of each other?

An 8-cube IKEA Kallax stacked on top of a 16-cube unit makes for an impressive bookcase set-up if you’ve got high enough ceilings to fit them in. Who needs a bar cart when a KALLAX bookcase can be repurposed as super stylish at home bar?

What happened Ikea Expedit?

IKEA will replace EXPEDIT with a similar shelf called the KALLAX, which Simonsen said “has the same internal sizes and uses the same internal fittings.” It will also have rounded edges to be more child-friendly.

Can you sit on a Kallax shelf?

This Ikea kallax hack is a super easy project for anyone- even if its your first one. What is this? You can use this bench in a kitchen, mudroom, entryway or any other space that could use extra seating. The best part is you’ll be super proud that you put it together – YOURSELF!

How do I know if something is discontinued at IKEA?

Last Chance Items Have Been Discontinued. Items found in the “Last Chance” sections of IKEA, both online and in-store, consist of the remaining stock of items that IKEA is trying to sell off to make room for new collections and designs. If you find an item listed here, then the design has been discontinued.