MALMUnderbed storage box for high bedArticle Number002.527.19
Width: 24 ¼ " (62 cm)
Height: 3 " (8 cm)
Length: 39 " (99 cm)
Weight: 46 lb 15 oz (21.30 kg)
Looks good, fits a lot!mimiGreat way to store linen and pyjamas5
Nice to getDavidThat a good one ill like it match easily with the bed.5
Great space saversLoriDrawers are great where space is limited. They are spacious and slide well.4
Not easy peasyJaneMust have written instructions not just pictures.5
Lacking storage space, these wereTRICIALacking storage space, these were great! Easy and Buick to put together. Stores very nicely under my Malm bed.5
Super easyKerrieThese were so easy to put together, least than an hour, glide out smoothly on thick carpet.5
MALMdunyaI really like it5
Love themAldoLove them5
Malm underbed storageSamantha B.The worst. Took abit to put together. The lines didn’t match up had to create a new one. It broke after a month. Not worth the $60 wish I didn’t purchase them.1
not badHyunmiThe bed fram is ok but storage box is not stucked enough to the space.. It's always moving!4
The under bed storage units are great.DouglasWhen the MALM bed was purchased two under bed storage units were included. They worked so well that two more were purchased. Very easy to install. Thanks IKEA!5
Great storageShari-JoI should have bought this earlier with the bed, such a lifesaver for limited storage space.5
Good product, good price.SONIAGood product, good price.5
malm underbed storageLauriePleased with how big and deep the drawers are. Took a long time to get them... whenever we were notified they were in stock, they were sold out the next day!!5
Great storage spaceANALove the underbed storage. These drawers are sturdy, hold a lot of items inside and the wheels are super smooth.5
Good productRAJNISHGood product5
Efficient storageDJGot these to for the Queen Malm bed. They're great. Clean design & easy to assemble. Can never have too much storage options.5
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What is particleboard?
Particleboard is made from recycled wood and sawmill waste – so wood pieces with the wrong shade, woodchips and sawdust become a valuable resource instead of being discarded. We use boards for things like bookcases, bed frames, sofas and kitchen frames. To protect from wear and moisture, we apply varnish, veneer or foil that adds to the furniture's look. The day your sofa or bed needs replacing, the material in the particleboard can be recycled into something entirely new.
Put the empty space under your bed to work
Exchange the dust bunnies under the MALM bed frame for matching underbed storage boxes. What you get is a practical storage solution for both clothes and bed linen. Depending on which size of the bed you choose, you can fit up to four storage boxes.