Voxtorp Walnut IKEA Kitchen

10.07.2022

"VOXTORP fronts with dark walnut effect surface create a modern and sophisticated expression. Integrated handles blend perfectly into the design enhancing the minimalist look."

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This Voxtorp in walnut is with the method Veddinge. This kitchen is equipped with Ekbacken countertop. Havsen sink and Tämnaren kitchen faucet with sensor. Omlopp LED spotlight. Bejublad induction top and ovens. If you like dark colors and a natural wood look, this is the kitchen for you.

Filmed by Mauritz Interior & Design at IKEA Oslo Norway.

How do I install Metod IKEA kitchen?

Is it hard to install IKEA kitchen cabinets? Can I install it myself? Frequently asked questions among those who are interested in buying an IKEA kitchen. IKEA has made Youtube videos of how to install your Metod kitchen, step by step. Click on each link to go directly to the Youtube video.

  1. Part 1 - Prepare the room

  2. Part 2 - Assemble cabinets

  3. Part 3 - Install cabinets

  4. Part 4 - Doors and drawers

  5. Part 5 - Appliances and sink

  6. Part 6 - Lighting

  7. Part 7 - The final touches

IKEA Planning tools

IKEA are experts in instructional descriptions of how to put together their furniture and kitchen, it is no wonder that they have fantastic planning tools on their website, over 25 different planning tools that you can play with and create your dream home. There are planning tools for different kitchen models, wardrobes, sofas, shelves, bathroom fittings and more. You recognize many series such as PAX, IVAR, KALLAX, BESTÅ and many more.

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