IKEA is a multinational furniture retailer that designs and sells ready-to-assemble furniture, home accessories, and kitchen appliances. The company was founded in Sweden in 1943 and has since grown to become one of the largest furniture retailers in the world, with over 400 stores in 52 countries. IKEA is known for its affordable prices, modern design, and emphasis on function and efficiency.
The company’s products are designed to be easy to assemble, and many items are shipped in the flat-pack form to save on shipping and storage costs. IKEA also offers a wide range of home accessories, such as lighting, textiles, and decor items, to help customers create a complete and cohesive look in their homes.
A GOOD DAY
A good day always starts with a good night. Feeling your best when you wake up starts with the right bed. In this buying guide, you will find all our beds, including bed frames with and without storage, day beds, guest beds, loft beds, and bunk beds. You will also get an overview of our bed accessories, such as headboards and bed storage boxes. Of course, a bed is not complete without a mattress and bedding. You can test and find the best mattress for you in the mattress studio. The textiles department has a wide range of quilts, pillows, and bed linen.
All the products (shown here) may not be available at the store. Please contact the staff or look at IKEA.sg for more information. For more detailed product information, see the price tag and the Internet. All units require assembly.
A complete bed frame with a mattress consists of these parts:
- Choose a bed frame and size.
- SKORVA mid beam (art no. 701.705.03) is needed for most double beds. It is included in the price of the bed frame, but is picked up separately in the self-serve furniture area. For upholstered bed frames, the mid-beam is included in both the price and packaging.
- For most bed frames, you will also need to choose a slatted bed base, see more on pg 06.
- Choose a mattress or use the one you have at home. You can find the best one for you in the mattress studio. For upholstered bed frames, the slatted bed base is included in the price and packaging.
- Add a mattress pad of your choice for a softer sleeping surface.
*Single beds do not require SKORVA mid-beam.
Visit the mattress studio to find the right mattress and mattress pad for you.
Mattress sizes (Width × Length) for bed frames,
- Single size: 90×200 cm.
- Super single size: 120x200cm.
- Queen size: 150×200 cm.
- King size: 180×200 cm.
Slatted bed bases and mid beam
Combined with a bed frame, slatted bed bases can be used as a base for spring and foam mattresses. They help your mattress last longer and stay comfortable by absorbing most of the stress and weight placed on your bed.
Day beds, loft beds, bunk beds, and guest beds
Day bed frames
Day beds extend to a double bed that is 160 cm wide. Complete the day bed with two MOSHULT or MALFORS foam mattresses, 80×200 cm or two HUSVIKA spring mattresses, 80×200 cm. A slatted bed base is included and SKORVA mid beam is not needed for day beds.
Loft bed frames
complete the loft bed with a mattress in a matching size. Each model has a maximum mattress thickness (for safety reasons) and a minimum required ceiling height* (see below). High beds and the upper bed of bunk or loft beds are not suitable for children under 6 years due to the risk of injury from falls. A slatted bed base is included and SKORVA mid beam is not needed for loft beds.
Bunk bed frames
Complete the bunk bed frame with 2 mattresses, 90×200 cm. For safety reasons, each model has a maximum mattress thickness* (see below). High beds and the upper bed of bunk or loft beds are not suitable for children under 6 years due to the risk of injury from falls. A slatted bed base is included and SKORVA mid beam is not needed for Bunk beds.
Accessories and prices
Bed storage boxes
Some prices may be subject to change.
FAQs IKEA BEDS
What types of beds does Ikea offer?
Ikea offers a wide range of bed types including platform beds, bunk beds, loft beds, daybeds, sofa beds, and adjustable comfortable beds.
What materials are Ikea beds made of?
Ikea beds are made from a variety of materials including solid wood, particleboard, metal, and upholstered fabrics.
What sizes do Ikea comfortable beds come in?
Ikea beds come in a range of sizes including twin, full, queen, and king sizes.
Do Ikea comfortable beds come with mattresses?
No, Ikea beds do not come with mattresses. You will need to purchase a mattress separately.
Do Ikea beds require a box spring?
Some Ikea beds require a box spring, while others do not. Check the product specifications before purchasing.
Are Ikea beds easy to assemble?
Most Ikea beds require assembly, but the process is generally considered to be easy. Ikea provides detailed assembly instructions and most people are able to assemble the bed themselves.
Can Ikea beds be disassembled for moving?
Yes, most Ikea beds can be disassembled for moving. However, it is important to keep all the hardware and instructions in a safe place for reassembly.
Are Ikea comfortable beds durable?
The durability of Ikea beds varies depending on the materials used and how well they are cared for. However, Ikea generally offers a one-year warranty on its products.
How much do Ikea beds cost?
The cost of Ikea beds varies depending on the size, material, and style. Prices range from around $100 for a basic twin bed to over $1,000 for a high-end king-size bed.
Does Ikea offer any customization options for their beds?
Ikea offers some customization options for their beds, such as different finishes and headboard designs. They also offer some bed frames that can be adjusted to different mattress heights.
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