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Questions & answers
about kitchens

The quickest and simplest way is to place the order yourself on our website. When you have put together the products you want, check carefully to make sure that your order is correct. Placed orders can only be cancelled within 48 hours of receiving your order confirmation. This is because we make your order according to your specific requests.


You can also let our kitchen architects help you with designing your Superfront kitchen and placing your order. Read more about the Architect help here.

Yes, you buy all your Ikea products, such as cabinet frames, drawers, shelves and hinges, at Ikea. Either in one of their stores or in their web shop.

If you know for sure that you have an Ikea kitchen but not what frame it is built from, it is easy to find out by looking at the height of the plinth. The plinth of a Metod kitchen is 8 cm high while the plinth of a Faktum kitchen is 16 cm high. Note that the same dimensions can be found at other kitchen suppliers, so even if the dimensions seems right, it does not mean that your kitchen is an Ikea kitchen. If you have any doubts, email us and we can help you to investigate!

We can only guarantee that the products in our kitchen range fit Ikea's series Metod and Faktum.

No, we do not sell countertops for kitchens. If you want a stone worktop, we recommend contacting your local stone supplier.

Our Plinth for Metod is 16 mm thick, 8 cm high and 220 cm long, and can be jointed and cut on site as needed. If you have a Faktum kitchen, you will instead need our 16 cm high Plinth which can be ordered here.

A side is placed on the outside of the cabinet frame to get the same colour all over. Our 8 mm thick sides are only for aesthetic purposes - they make your kitchen look coherent and provide an exclusive expression. Our 16 mm thick sides can also be placed on their own, without being attached on the outside of a cabinet, and offer a supportive function. These are used primarily when you have a dishwasher at the end of a row of units, but can also be used in the entire kitchen for a more robust feel.

Superfront tip! If your kitchen design requires a supportive 16 mm thick side, we recommend, for aesthetic reasons, to choose this thickness for all sides.

A filler piece is a piece that fills gaps, for example, you can use it to fill in the gap between the end of a cabinet and a wall.

A filler piece should always be placed between a cabinet and a wall. It enables you to open cupboard doors and drawers without them scraping the wall, but is also necessary for aesthetic reasons.

You can make filler pieces out of our 16 mm sides and fronts. The material used has to be at least 16 mm thick in order for you to have something to screw into when you fit the piece into place. Avoid having open sawed ends near wet areas. A lacquered surface is best but if that is not possible be sure to seal the sawn part using paint or silicone.

Superfront tip! A side or a front is enough to make several filler pieces. You can easily cut it to the right height and width.

It is either screwed or glued into place.

Superfront Tip! The neatest way is to place it in line with the cupboard doors. This requires a bit more work, but what aren't you willing to do in order for it to look as nice as possible in the end?

You would have to join together two pieces. The most common method is to put the seam in the least visible place or in line with another seam, for example where two doors meet.

A ceiling filler is a piece filling the space between the top of the cabinets and the ceiling. It could be for aesthetic reasons or to be able to open the doors without them jamming against uneven parts of the ceiling. Avoiding having to clean the top of the cupboards is also a good reason.

You can make the ceiling filler from our sides and fronts. The material used has to be at least 16 mm thick. You cut it to the required width and length.

Superfront tip! A side or a front could be enough to make several ceiling pieces. But avoid open sawed ends. These should face towards the wall or the ceiling if possible and preferably be lacquered or covered with silicone.

45x80 and 60x80 cm are the dimensions we have for dishwasher fronts. When it comes to the 60 cm wide dishwasher fronts, you can choose from all of our patterns. The 45 cm wide fronts, however, are only available without pattern or in the pattern Parallels and Golden.

Superfront tip! It is also possible to have several fronts disguising a dishwasher that is 60 wide, for example, two 60x40 fronts will look like two drawers where you have your dishwasher. Do not forget that when you choose this type of solution, you will need to purchase a connecting rail for fronts at Ikea.

Our fronts only fit so-called "integrated appliances". We can ensure that they fit Ikea's integrated dishwashers. If you choose another supplier of major appliances, it is up to you to check that the fronts fit in size.

Most dishwashers come with a mounting rail, as is the case when you buy household appliances from Ikea. But as a precaution we advise that you double-check with the appliance supplier.

As Ikea's household appliances fit our size format, we recommend them. If you choose to buy your household appliances from another supplier, make sure that they fit Ikea’s cabinets and our fronts.

No. The pattern alignment does not fit those dimensions. Patterned fronts are available for the Bestå, Metod and Pax ranges.

Superfront tip! If you want a pattern in your kitchen and you don’t want to replace all your Faktum cabinet frames, you can replace only the wall cabinets with Metod and get a partially patterned kitchen!

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