TARVA bed frame is a modern example of Scandinavian furniture tradition – a simple design and untreated wood. A timeless expression mixes nicely with a variety of other styles and furniture.
The hard-wearing solid pine has natural variations in grain, colour and texture, giving every piece a unique look.If you oil, wax, lacquer or stain the untreated solid wood surface it will be more durable and easy to care for.There’s plenty of space under the bed for storage boxes - perfect for storing extra quilts and pillows.You can easily vacuum under the bed frame to keep the space clean and dust-free.17 layer-glued slats adjust to your body weight and increase the suppleness of the mattress.SKORVA midbeam is included in the price but packaged separately. It is required for the stability of the bed frame and to keep mattresses in place.Slatted bed base is included in the price but packaged separately.Create extra storage space under the bed with RÖMSKOG bed boxes.Mattress and bedlinen are sold separately.Designer
IKEA of Sweden/K Hagberg/M Hagberg
Slatted bed base
Layer glued slats:Beech veneer, Birch veneer, Adhesive resin as coating
Wipe clean with a damp cloth.Wipe dry with a clean cloth.
Slatted bed baseAt least 50% (weight) of this product is made from renewable materials.Renewable material (wood).
Bed frameRenewable material (wood).We have clear requirements for all the wood we use, including a ban on illegally harvested wood. By 2020, we want all our wood to come from more sustainable sources, defined as certified or recycled.
Great bedframe, some assembly nigglesPeterInStroudUKI love this bed frame, it's attractive, sturdy and good value. I have a few comments on assembly though. The headboard was very fiddly to assemble, maybe it would have been simpler to align everything if I hadn't pushed the dowels in all the way, but as it was, getting so many dowels aligned at once was very tricky. More seriously, at stage 8 and 12 the hollow metal dowels were a terribly tight fit in the holes. At stage 8 you bang them in with a hammer, which was just about doable but not nice, but at stage 12, I had no chance of being able to push them manually into the holes in the wood except by using a drill and countersink to slope the mouths of the holes. It really was impossible to assemble without doing this, and not everyone would work out what was needed, or have suitable tools. I think the holes in the wood should be a little larger diameter so they are not so exceedingly tight, and should be already countersunk, to aid alignment at stage 12. Also at stage 12, a warning to make sure that the row of holes is at the bottom of the wooden side rail would have been useful, as I got this wrong on one side and had to dismantle and re-do. The diagram does show the holes at the bottom edge, but they are quite hard to see, and it is perfectly possible to put the side rail on upside down! Anyway, apart from these suggested improvements, this is a fantastic bed and I'm very pleased with it - an excellent product for the price, in keeping with IKEA traditions.5
Perfect awesome bedAlex13GR27Ok. So after I ordered online this bed I remembered to read the reviews and I was a bit scared reading the bad ones, I even wanted to cancell but I didn't. So my bed arrived, I put it together with my husband, it wasn't very hard, at the end I was so pleased with how it looked, so fresh and simple, exactly what I was hoping for. Very cheap and good. You expect something cheap to be bad but not this one, has great price and its a great product. We really love that its not high at all, its very low and perfect if you have a 1 year old baby who loves to get in bed and out of it every 5 minutes. I am very pleased with it.5
metal cross bars need improvementmar000The stabilizing metal cross bars cannot be screwed in manually. Anyone who tells you they can do this without a power screwdriver is lying. Also, once you've gone back to Ikea and had the screws put into the bars, then they refuse to stay on when you assemble them. There needs to be a better solution for this.2
Excellent value for moneyHampshireBikerI wasn't really expecting much for the price, but I was pleasantly surprised by the solid construction and sturdiness of this bed. It should last many years. The finish is natural and untreated, as if it's been boxed at the point of cutting/drilling, and is therefore quite dusty out of the box. It does mean you're free to paint, varnish or treat it as necessary. I just took a damp cloth over it once assembled, to get rid of the dust. The metal beams and braces are a great touch too. No chance of the slats slipping or dropping through the frame! All in all, very please with this bed. Highly recommended.5
UncomfortableRita694The bed frame has an okay rustic look but the wood is too “bendy”. Basically, the bed slates fall through in the middle of the night if you shift too much. A very unpleasant experience. If you want a good night’s rest then go for a more expensive bed. I think this is good for children, but not grown adults. A bit too much weight and you’re spending and hour with duct tape that won’t solve the problem.2
really good cheap bedemily219This bed looks lovely and does the job well. the metal slat supports don't work at all but i left mine off and the beds fine without them.5