Looks great easy to assembleMAXJust what we needed. Was easy to assemble and most important easy to clean under the bed. Finish is nice and very clean lines.5
Malm bedJodiMy 17 yr old daughter decided she wanted more space in her room so she wanted to go from queen bed to a twin. We bought the Malm bed from IKEA. We chose this bed because of the price and the modern look . The directions were simple to read! This bed is very sturdy and well put together. My 17 yr old daughter loves this bed. She has had it for several months now and it has stayed together well and is very comfortable. It has a lot of support . We have no complaints regarding this bed . Would highly recommend !5
Great simple bedTinaGreat bed5
Sharp cornerXinOverall is ok, but it has sharp corner that could cause bad injury. We bought if for our son who is still very young, and we had to purchase corner covers to cover the sharp corners.
Also took longer time to assemble due to the new design. We have purchased similar product from IKEA before.3
very good qualitySUSSYvery good quality4
Twin bedsRegineI love the clean lines of the Malm collection. These beds are beautiful and functional. The addition of underbed storage is a plus as well.5
We bought this for myRoryWe bought this for my daughter’s room and it fits beautifully. We also have the under bed drawers which saves a ton of space in her room. Great bed- easy to put together!5
Excelent priceCarlosExcelent price5
StrengthFouadThe Head board is not designed in a good way. For sure it will not last more than a year and the connection points will break.4
Served our purpose perfectly!MelissaServed our purpose perfectly!5
We bought this to beDane'We bought this to be a big girl bed for our 3 yr old. She loves it! It is nice and sturdy as well!5
Excellent value for money. VeryAyeshaExcellent value for money. Very comfortable5
Great bed for the value!VioletaGreat bed for the value!5
Coolest color bedAMYVery simple and minimalist bed. Great for storage underneath and can use any colorful blankets on bed!5
Super Cute BedCarrie B.I bought this bed for my little girl and she loves it! It was quick and easy to assemble with two people.5
Great bedHollyIt was a little complicated to build. It can be built to have the mattress sit up high as in the photo, or low so that the mattress is nearly flush with the frame. Unfortunately, I built it flush, which makes changing the sheets less easy. I'd suggest building it on the higher settings.4
Perfect for the purpose and the priceAnneI need a twin size storage bed to use in a very small space for a couple of years. This bed is easy to assemble, sturdy, attractive, and has ample underbed storage. I plan to make drawer dividers to keep contents organized. A small trade-off for a good bed at a great price.5
It's a great bed!TraseeIt's a great bed!5
Great featuresMileosgeI bought this a month ago and am so happy that I did5
Nice purchaseWhappyI bought this bed it had so many pieces which it was not necessary. The slats are separate so u have to buy that they should be all sold together. But the bed came out nice after it was put together u can lower it or have it high for the matress it took about 4 hours to put together had to look at a video to put the slats in because the instructions was not understandable.4
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As pressure on the world’s forests and the surrounding eco-systems increases due to unsustainable agriculture, the expansion of infrastructure and illegal logging, it is time to take an even more holistic approach to protect and support these important resources for generations to come. The IKEA Forest Positive Agenda for 2030 set out to improve forest management, enhance biodiversity, mitigate climate change and support the rights and needs of people who depend on forests across the whole supply chain and drive innovation to use wood in even smarter ways. The agenda focuses on three key areas: • Making responsible forest management the norm across the world. • Halting deforestation and reforesting degraded landscapes. • Driving innovation to use wood in smarter ways by designing all products from the very beginning to be reused, refurbished, remanufactured, and eventually recycled.
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