Better sleep, better life
Is there anything better, than crawling into bed, winding down and drifting off when you are really sleepy? Especially in a comfy bed, on the right mattress and pillow, surrounded by snuggly duvets, soft textiles and the perfect balance of cozy lighting, temperature, air quality and sound (or silence)? That wonderful feeling of sleep and comfort is what we want to convey.
The general function of the bed is to support comfortable and safe sleep.
1. Bed frame
The idea of the bed frame is to raise the mattress, which makes it easier on the joints when getting in and out of bed.
Serves to provide a layer of comfort and warmth to the individual and usually rests either on a solid base or wooden slats which work with your mattress to provide support.
3. Bed slats
Slats are the main base of most bed frames and are a series of connected bars that are spread across the width of a bedframe. As opposed to a solid base, bed slats prolong the life of the mattress due to the airflow.
4. Headboard and footboard
Some beds also have headboards and/or footboards, which although initially invented to protect sleepers from drafts and cold, support other activities in bed such as reading or relaxing.
Rolled up and ready to go
IKEA mattresses now come rolled as a neat package that takes up minimal space so our trucks transport more for less fuel. It also means you can take it home on the bus or fit it in the trunk.
Spring & foam mattresses
When it comes to mattresses, one size doesn't fit all. We understand that because people are built differently, they sleep differently too. That’s why we offer a range of mattresses with varying levels of comfort and support settings to help you find the perfect match.
Almost all of our mattresses are covered by a 10-year guarantee against defects and workmanship. And, because we know it takes time for you and your mattress to get used to each other, you have up to 365 days to return your mattress if you're not compatible.
Not sure which mattress to choose? Find your best sleep comfort bliss with our comfort guide. Take part on the comfort quiz.
Spring mattresses improve sleep by distributing your weight evenly, so there's no extra pressure on any one part of your body. The open spring construction means that air flows through the mattress so you won't get too warm whilst you're sleeping.
Foam mattresses provide support by molding to the shape of your body and evenly distributing your weight. They're soft and resilient, and they facilitate blood circulation to help you fully relax – the ideal mattress for better sleep.
Six elements of sleep
Comfort, light, temperature, sound, air quality, room color, and furnishings – all play together to create a base for a good night’s sleep or well-deserved rest.
The sleep guide for children
A good night's sleep is priceless. And it's little bodies that need it the most. We're here to help you find everything you need to create a safe and comfortable sleep sanctuary that speaks to your child's unique identity.