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Bed’s For More Than Just A Good Night’s Sleep

A single bed for the stag or a double bed for the couple - you’ll find the one you need right here. Our king-size beds are perfect for snuggling or when you both need more room to stretch. Many of our beds also have smart storage options so you can tuck away bed linen, extra pillows and quilts. Our cots and children’s beds will keep your little one safe and comfortable through the night. And with our collection of sofa-beds, guests are always welcome to stay overnight.

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A softly shaped sleep set-up

A comfy HAUGA upholstered bed frame can tempt even the widest awake to sack out earlier than planned.

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A grey HAUGA upholstered bed with a duvet and two pillows in ÄNGSLILJA bed linen. Two paper planes are on the floor nearby.
The headboard of a grey HAUGA upholstered bed, with a duvet and pillow in white ÄNGSLILJA bed linen next to it.
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IKEA 101 home furnishing advise

    Your guide to dressing a bed

    You have made your bed, now it’s time to dress it! These tips from IKEA 101 will show you how colour and textural details can be used to create the ‘bedspace’ of your dreams

    Cosy double beds for you, you and you

    A restful night sets you up for a good day. Make your dreams of better sleep come true with a comfortable double bed that suits your budget as well as your body.

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    A bamboo MISTERHULT pendant lamp hangs near a white MALM bed which stands in front of a room divider made of curtains.
    A bedroom with a SONGESAND bed with striped BERGPALM bed linen, a dark yellow throw and dark pink PUDERVIVA pillowcases.
    A person asleep in a birch BJÖRKSNÄS bed with white KUNGSBLOMMA bed linen placed in front of a grey-blue wood panelled wall.
    A JAKOBSBYN pendant lamp hangs in a bedroom near a grey HAUGA upholstered bed with BERGPALM bed linen.
    A grey SÄBÖVIK divan bed with KOPPARBLAD bed linen stands near a window. Under the bed is a rug with a pair of slippers.
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    Storage secrets of the space under your bed

    Where better to store seasonal things like lighter or warmer duvets than under your bed? You can find lots of boxes to help you put that empty space to good use in the IKEA under bed storage range.

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    A white MALM bed with 4 storage boxes and KUNGSBLOMMA bed linen stands in a bedroom. One storage box is open.
    A FREDVANG underbed storage/bedside table, with a clock and other items on top, stands on a floor, partly underneath a bed.
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    Day beds – comfort for day and night

    Perfect for small spaces, a day bed means you or your guests can get comfortable day and night. Many options convert into beds for one or two people. And many give you built-in storage for your bedding.

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    An UTÅKER stackable bed with both bed sections in use stands in a blue room. A dark grey TERTIAL work lamp is on the wall.
    A black FYRESDAL day bed with blue and white SPIKVALLMO bed linen next to a blue wall with a SKURUP wall lamp, by a window.
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    Beds that also help you with storage

    Your bed is the largest piece of furniture in your bedroom. It covers an entire bed-sized space that can be used as concealed storage. A storage bed makes the most of this space to store bulky items such as unused bedding, linens and seasonal clothes. It also makes one less piece of furniture under which you have to vacuum. Most storage beds such as the SONGESAND have storage box pullouts. The MALM Ottoman bed has an open and close mechanism that lets you lift up the entire bed base. This huge space can be organised with boxes and dividers or you can place an entire ironing board and accessories in it.

    Multifunctional beds make the most of your space

    A smaller home needs to make the most of every piece of furniture. A multifunctional designer bed can serve as a sofa by day and convert into a bed at night. A design like the HEMNES day bed even has storage for pillows and bedding under the bed pullout. A chair bed is ideal for small apartments where it takes up very little space and pulls out to make a single bed.

    A safe and comfy bed encourages little ones to sleep all night

    Babies are precious little bundles of joy and need cots that are well made and cosy. Cots should also meet the highest safety standards of design and materials to ensure your peace of mind. Children grow so quickly, and a designer bed such as SUNDVIK cot easily transitions from a baby cot to a toddler’s bed.

    Furniture that grows with your child

    Children are naturally curious and playful. Furniture design for children involves being one step ahead and smoothing out all sharp edges and potential hazards to little ones. Furniture that grows with your child will get many years of use. The BUSUNGE bed is extendable so that it grows with your child from a short children’s cot to a full-length bed.

    When space is a constraint, go up

    A loft bed merges all the furniture requirements of a child into one space-saving unit. Desk, storage and a bed combined leave more floor space free for play. Bunk beds can accommodate two children easily without taking up double space in the room. A reversible bed is a low bed for a young child. It can be reversed as the child grows older to create a bunk bed with a play area or reading nook underneath.

    A happy marriage of your favourite sofa and your bed

    If you like to spend time reading in bed, you will enjoy the luxurious comfort of an upholstered designer bed. The upholstery adds a distinctive soft elegance to the bed design. It is also comfortable to lean on. In a tiny apartment, a sofa bed is essential to save space and comfortably accommodate overnight guests.

    There are many designs and preferences when it comes to beds – all comfortable – but for different needs, different people, different living spaces and different stages in life. We have a wide selection of all sorts of beds – from bunk beds for the kids’ bedroom to luxurious Super King size beds with headboards for the master bedroom. And that’s far from all, we offer everything from cabin beds to sofa-beds, from daybeds and divan beds to cots for the youngest children. Many of our beds come with different mattresses with various choices of firmness, so you have full control of the kind of comfort you prefer when laying down for a nights rest.

    Bed frames

    Most of our beds are sold with separate bed frames and separate mattresses. This means you can combine the style and look of your bed with the mattress of your choice. Our wide assortment of bed frames makes it easy for you to find a size and style you like. With the right bed frame, you can also chose the height of your bed, which can make it easier getting out of bed – at least physically – you still have to fight the lust of staying in a warm cozy bed.

    Some of our bed frames also have practical storage built in, such as drawers or other clever solutions. For instance, a cabin bed can have shelves or cupboards underneath. Great if you have limited space or want to maximize the space your bed takes up.

    Bed sizes

    Beds come in all different shapes and sizes. Even though they might look different, and different bed frames can have different dimensions, the standards for bed sizes for adults are the same. The mattress will normally be 200 cm long, but the width will vary. Beds for children, like cots and so on, will have other sizes, both length and width. For adults the width will determine the bed size. Below you can see our standard bed sizes for adults from narrowest to widest:

    · Single bed: 90 x 200 cm

    · Double bed: 140 x 200 cm

    · Queen size bed: 160 x 200 cm

    · King size bed: 180 x 200 cm