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UTÅKER Stackable bed, pine,

Price $ 279/2 pack
Price/pack $139.50
Mattress and bedlinen are sold separately.

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When stacked, these 2 beds become a single bed or sofa. Unstacked, you get a double bed, corner sofa or spare bed for sleepovers. And, if you need space for yoga, just stack them again.

Article Number503.604.86

Product details

You can quickly convert the stacked beds into a double bed, twin beds or corner sofa.

The lightweight frames are easy to lift and move.

The compact design is perfect for tight spaces or under low ceilings, so you can make the most of your available space.

The stacked beds stand steady since the upper bed has small plastic feet which fit into holes on the lower bed.

Untreated pine is a sustainable material with natural variations which gives every piece of furniture a unique look. With glazing paint, oil or paint, you can easily make the surface more durable – and your furniture more personal.


Henrik Preutz

  • Slatted bed base is included.

    Mattress and bedlinen are sold separately.

    Can be used with up to 13 cm thick mattresses.

    2 straps with press studs prevent the beds from sliding apart when they are next to each other.

    May be completed with FIXA stick-on floor protectors; protect the underlying surface against wear.

    UTÅKER must be combined with two mattresses, single.

  • Material
    Bedside/ Head/footboard/ Leg/ Supporting rail:
    Solid pine
    Layer glued slats:
    Beech veneer, Birch veneer, Adhesive resin as coating
    100% polyester

    Wipe clean with a damp cloth.

    Wipe dry with a clean cloth.

    Stains can be removed by using an eraser, fine sandpaper, soap, dishwashing detergent or paint thinner.

  • Stack max. 2 beds on top of each other.Do not place anything between the stacked beds that risks lifting the upper bed. For safety reasons it is important that all four legs of the upper bed are firmly placed into the holes of the lower bed.
  • Assembly instructionsUTÅKER Stackable bed503.604.86


Height, 2 beds: 46 cm

Length: 195 cm

Width: 95 cm

Height: 23 cm

Package quantity: 2 pack

Mattress length: 189 cm

Mattress width: 92 cm

  • This product comes as 2 packages.
    UTÅKERArticle Number503.604.86
    This product has multiple packages.

    Width: 24 cm

    Height: 10 cm

    Length: 191 cm

    Weight: 15.35 kg

    Package(s): 1

    Width: 24 cm

    Height: 10 cm

    Length: 191 cm

    Weight: 15.35 kg

    Package(s): 1


Great bedsRobynBought these beds for grand kids visit. While very low tithe floor to make, the upside is they are easily stacked to form a single bed. Lightweight to more without a mattress.5
Value for your money.RovielynValue for your money.5
Great bedsDebbieThese are perfect for our overseas visitors for a couple of weeks. We don’t have a lot of room so they easily stack for storage afterwards.4
jigsaw puzzleLindaLove the idea but the design could be a lot easier to put together. Doesn't help with the picture only instructions.3
Space saving but squeakyJonnaVery practical buy if you need a space in your room, easy to stack together. We bought this as a toddler bed and the height of this bed is safe for my little one to get in and out of. My only issues are the squeaky noise it makes on usual nocturnal sleep, if you are a light sleeper, this bed is not for you. I have put felt pads in between every slats and it has resolved the issue. The other problem is the 2nd bed base can only practically fit an Ikea mattress which is a FIRM one. If you are planning to put these beds as a king bed, you can't buy a comfortable thicker and soft mattress as the height of beds would not be even.4
Alittle bite noisy during normalfatollahAlittle bite noisy during normal nocturnal movement3
Love thisPaulinaBetter than I imagined.5
good as imagine but wehoi y.good as imagine but we seldom put it together4
Very impressed. Light and easyJoanneVery impressed. Light and easy to assemble. Bed was surprisingly comfortable.5
Day bed or two single bedsjaneWorking perfectly in our airbnb5
Recommend!AlenaI am inloved into these beds. They are so lighweight and easy to carry! You don't need to disassemble it when you need to move. Very convenient!5
great for grandkids sleepoversSylviagreat for grandkids sleepovers5
Mattress slips off side.Jennifer M.I purchased these 2021 and have used them as a guest bed option. The concept is great however I find as single beds the mattress slips off the frame on the lower side (it's lower to accommodate the double bed option). This can cause a restless night sleep as in can leave you feeling insecure on the bed and gives that "I'm falling off" feeling. For the price I do recommend these as a good temporary option, but for long term they might not be suitable.3
Great beds for small spaceJODIMy kids love this as the beds are light and easy to stack out the way when they want more space for playing.5
Precision fits all overHCPrecision fits all over5
Good value and looks good.IanGood value and looks good.4
Utaker stackable bedThomasLightweight. Easy to install.4
I stood on it and the base broke after a week usage.Chandrababu L.Not happy to see my new product damaged just because I stepped on it once.1
Great value. Easy to assembleGretaGreat value. Easy to assemble5
I got utaker for myBreeI got utaker for my son's room. It fits well in the space, and we can separate the beds for sleep overs and guests.5
UTÅKER Stackable bed, pine, Single

A bed that's made for people on the move

Whether it's for study, work, love or just budget, moving and adapting to a new home is something that has become a part of life for many of us. It makes sense then that our furniture should be able to follow along with us.

That's why IKEA product developer Ina Klepper and designer Henrik Preutz looked to create a bed that could move homes multiple times and adapt to any decor or size of room while becoming a double or a single just as easily. It seems like a big task, but for Ina, Henrik and the rest of the design team behind UTÅKER bed, it was just a question of drawing inspiration from their own lives.

Made for a generation on the move

Whether you love or hate the word "millennials" it's no secret that life for many people born in the 80's and early 90's is different from earlier generations. Fixed homes, jobs and neighbourhoods are just not the set paths they once were, as people travel more, look to gain meaningful experiences, and seek to have a lighter environmental footprint. Falling into this age group herself, Ina found that traditional beds didn't fit her or her friend's lives in the way that they could. "A lot of the time beds and daybeds can be pretty heavy and are not so easy to move from one space to another," Ina says, "and to be honest you probably only want to put them together once." Not exactly ideal for people who might be moving home often, or who might have changing living arrangements. "So we came up with this idea of a stackable bed, which could be easily assembled and taken apart again for moving, while also being made from solid wood so it would be long lasting," Ina says.

From design floor to apartment door

The design floor at IKEA of Sweden in Älmhult is nothing if not busy. Amongst the buzz and energy of new products taking shape, the UTÅKER design team managed to tape off 25 square metres of floor space to stand in as an apartment, and came up with two people called Dieter and Hanna to live there, while they worked out what would be good for them. "We had the idea that she lived in this small apartment while he was travelling a lot and they were only together on the weekends," Ina explains. "To fit that lifestyle we designed the bed to work as a single with both bedframes stacked on top of each other during the week to save room, then sit side by side to become a double when Dieter came home." For friends or colleagues the bed also can be separated to make two single beds just as easily.

"Our second thought was that since they only had a small place they couldn't fill it with too much stuff," Ina goes on. "We wanted the bed to fill as many furniture roles as possible," She says. "So we made sure that it could work as a sofa, seating for casual dining or if you have a weird shaped room, you can just move both pieces around into any combination to fit as you like." Lastly was the idea that the bed could be adapted to fit any decor or personality. "We tried to keep the bed as minimal as possible and not waste any material when making it," Ina says. "It's really functional without any frills so you can adapt it how you want. You could paint it as bright as you like, or keep it clean and stripped back. If you wanted to add a leather handle or something just go for it. It's your clean canvas to do what you want." So for those moving to small homes, in (or out) with partners, or who just want to add personality to their furniture, we hope UTÅKER bed helps you live and move all the easier.


What is solid wood?

Solid wood is one of our favourite materials and is part of our Scandinavian heritage. It is also a timeless material with many uses. Regardless of the wood species, it is durable, beautiful and renewable. We strive to use this raw material as smartly and efficiently as possible to avoid waste – and we also invest in facilities and logistics so that we can increase the use of recycled wood.

Function solution

Life happens, it’s okay!

Moving furniture around tends to result in a few scratches here and there. That’s why we made UTÅKER in unfinished solid wood. The bed is easy to move, in and between homes, and small stains or scratches can be removed with an eraser, fine sandpaper or paint thinner. Paint it right away for an extra protective layer, or after a while as a touch-up. That way you can enjoy your bed for a long time, even after the wear and tear that comes with a well-used piece of furniture.