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TUFFING Loft bed frame, dark gray,

Price $ 229.00
Mattress and bedlinens are sold separately.

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A loft bed is perfect when you need to combine several functions on a small surface. This one has passed the same tough safety tests as all our other loft beds. It’s just a little lower – and cheaper.

Article Number302.994.47

Product details

Children need space in their room to play and do homework – and sleep, of course. With a loft bed you can solve all of this in an area of just 2 m2.

You can use the space under the bed for storage, a workspace or seating.

A good solution where space is limited.

It’s easier to get in and out of the bed with a centered ladder.

  • Bed base included.

    Mattress and bedlinens are sold separately.

    Max load indicates static weight, in other words the load which the bed withstands if you lie or sit on it.

  • Material
    Main parts:
    Steel, Epoxy/polyester powder coating
    100 %polyester

    Hand wash cold, 86°F (30°C).

    Do not bleach.

    Do not tumble dry.

    Do not iron.

    Do not dry clean.

    Line dry.

  • High beds and the upper bed of bunk or loft beds are not suitable for children under 6 years of age due to the risk of injury from falls.WARNING! Furniture not anchored can tip. This furniture must be secured to the wall.It is important not to screw hooks or handles onto the bed or hang ropes or belts in which children can get caught when playing.Recommended for children 6 years and older.


Length: 197 cm (77 1/2 ")

Distance from floor to bed base: 145 cm (57 1/8 ")

Width: 97 cm (38 1/4 ")

Height: 179 cm (70 1/2 ")

Max. load: 100 kg (220 lb)

Mattress length: 189 cm (74 3/8 ")

Mattress width: 97 cm (38 1/4 ")

Max. mattress thickness: 13 cm (5 1/8 ")

Height under loft bed: 145 cm (57 1/8 ")

  • This product comes as 2 packages.
    TUFFINGArticle Number302.994.47
    This product has multiple packages.

    Width: 44 cm (17 ½ ")

    Height: 9 cm (3 ½ ")

    Length: 209 cm (82 ")

    Weight: 27.58 kg (60 lb 13 oz)

    Package(s): 1

    Width: 40 cm (15 ¾ ")

    Height: 5 cm (2 ")

    Length: 111 cm (43 ¾ ")

    Weight: 15.14 kg (33 lb 6 oz)

    Package(s): 1

Ratings and reviews

great bed for small spacesLaura-Deemy daughter absolutely loves this bed she now has a sitting area in her room to read , relax and enjoy her favorite shows.5
Not as simple as it looksWhitneyBought this for my daughter for her birthday. It took three of us to build it, and it wasn't fast. One of the pre-drilled holes was off by a fraction of an inch, but that was enough to make us have to shift everything to try and get it to line up with the screw. We managed to get it secured (had no way to get into the closest IKEA for a replacement part) but it added at least an extra 45 minutes just to make that one part work. Not sure who thought the two-part screws were a good idea, but I just had to dismantle the frame and oh my god those screws are HORRENDOUS when trying to take the frame apart. 9 times out of 10 the barrel would come out but the threaded part was still stuck in the frame, keeping you from taking it apart. After how long it took to assemble, and the headaches dismantling, I refuse to use this frame anymore. Really regret the wasted money but will be getting my daughter something else. 2
Hard to assemble joists. TrevorThe outer frame itself went together wonderfully. The big issue is getting the joists that you put the bed onto. First, It was very difficult getting the last joist piece into the mesh. Fought with that for about an hour. The hardest part is definitely screwing the joists to the outer frame. I got half the screws in and the other half of the screw don't line up. It takes a lot of praying to get them into place, which is hard considering there is nothing to hold onto. And even when you line up the holes, sometimes the screws just don't want to screw in. They thread once then pop out. 3
Solid bed, Rails are bit shortCassandraDefinitely a good price and the quality is pretty good. The only concern I have is how high the side panels are. They are a bit short when you put an average height mattress but I added some noodles to help extend them. A manageable issue.4
Good bed for Good priceMonikaGood bed for Good price5
Awful to BuildPhoenixConfusing instructions with multiple steps missing. Had to go backwards several times because the instructions were so unclear. It has been four hours. We are still unbuilding and rebuilding.1
UggggghJamieWhat a pain in the butt to put together!3
My back hurts with 10 cm thick mattressShihoI purchased it in August 2022, the bed slept well though it shakes a bit but I have had similar experience with my bunk beds before so that was okay. But coming into 2023, sometimes I wake up feeling the bottom of my spine sores. I feel like I am directly sleeping on one of the bars which hurts. This may not happen to kids but as a normal sized adult female for some reason this is happening. If you are renting and wish to save up spaces in your room maybe find a bunk bed that as fully covered support with the bed plank. Also, like other comments, the bed was really difficult to assemble.2
The bed of pure frustrationMichaelWhile the bed seems like it will be sturdy once assembled, we may never find out. The assembly process is extremely difficult. The instructions are insufficiently clear. It is so wildly difficult in part because lining things up is a major challenge. As a bonus it gets harder as you get futher into the assembly process. Then should you make a mistake, (AND YOU WILL), the two part bolts will separate when you try to remove them to correct the problem. This takes correcting your mistakes to new heights of frustration. In short if your life has become too easy, if you feel like you have become to calm, buy this bed and try to assemble it. That will quickly correct both problems.1
Tuffing bedShamimGood product4
Great valueJoyceGreat value5
Loft bed was what areNickLoft bed was what are boys were looking for in their room.5
Good buyJenniferAssembly was quite the headache; some of the screws bent when inserted, removing them made them separate... ugh!!!! Final product was great, however one must make sure bed is well-assembled first ir your little one could topple over.3
To hard and long toIrisTo hard and long to assemble4
Great bed for the kiddoSamanthaIt was a tad tricky to put together, as is most Ikea furniture, but it is sturdy and such a space saver for my son's awkwardly shaped bedroom.5
Looking for a good cry?CoryHave you cried today? No? Then here's your opportunity! I've birthed four enormous children, and it took more blood, sweat, and tears to build this bed. I own an entire house of Ikea and have even assembled and installed an entire Ikea kitchen while simultaneously learning a new language from the countless boxes and still put in more effort building this monstrosity. What. A. Nightmare. Looks nice though.4
Great, simple productKarlThis product is simple and makes some space for a desk and shelf in a room that was otherwise a little small. My son absolutely loves sleeping up on top! The only issue is that it is quite complex to build.5
It’s ok but find itCorallIt’s ok but find it hard to get sheets to stay on3
Great bed!AngelaWe bought this bed for our 8yo daughter and she loves it! It creates so much more floor space and she’s able to have a desk! It was fairly straightforward to put together...highly recommend!5
TUFFING Loft bed frame, dark gray, Twin

A bed for new perspectives

Life is pretty good here at the top of the bed. Teasing younger siblings can be kept at a distance, and when mum or dad says good night, the height is just perfect for a hug. Both bunk beds and loft beds are good choices when you want to create more space in a smaller area. With TUFFING, we also managed to make more bed from less material.

We made TUFFING bunk bed and loft bed of stable steel and mesh fabric, and somewhat lower than other bunk beds. It means less use of material and that each bed weighs less to transport.

Kids don’t think about safety, so we do

By centering the ladder, the loft bed became more stable. The ladder also serves as a guard rail for the bunk bed – because children’s beds should be safe places, no matter if you are in the middle of play or deep in the world of dreams. That is why our children’s beds undergo rigorous furniture tests. The industry’s safety standards are very strict, but we take it further. When working with TUFFING, we focused especially on avoiding gaps and openings where small hands and feet can easily get stuck. When we had a model of the bed, it underwent two weeks of intense fatigue tests where the bed frame was continuously exposed to strong forces.

A place for kids to recharge

Throughout the design process we took part in research results from Dr Barbie Clarke, a child psychologist with many years of experience in research about children and their development. She explains the role of the bed: “When we do global research, the children we interview often say that their bed is their favourite part of the home. It is something they can call their own; ‘This is mine, my space’. Even if they share a lot of other things, the bed is often a private area that helps them work out who they are, rest and recharge.”


What is steel?

Steel has unique characteristics when it is stretched and shaped since it remains strong. It provides strength to everything from skyscrapers and cars to bed frames and outdoor furniture. The steel industry is moving in the direction of more energy-efficient production and stronger steel qualities. It doesn’t lose any of its properties when recycled and today steel is one of the most recycled materials in the world.