MALMUnderbed storage box for high bedArticle Number104.586.49
Width: 24 ¼ "
Height: 3 "
Length: 41 "
Weight: 45 lb 14 oz
MALMBed frame, highArticle Number504.586.09
This product has multiple packages.
Width: 30 ½ "
Height: 3 ½ "
Length: 45 "
Weight: 32 lb 8 oz
Width: 9 ¾ "
Height: 3 "
Length: 76 ½ "
Weight: 36 lb 2 oz
LURÖYSlatted bed baseArticle Number601.602.17
Width: 9 ½ "
Height: 2 "
Length: 38 "
Weight: 15 lb 8 oz
Great bedDAVIDGreat for children5
Great quality the drawers areNicoleGreat quality the drawers are huge5
Slats are horribleSumaiyaThe whole bed is poor quality. The metal supporting the slats and the slats are extremely flimsy and very noisy. Do not recommend!!!!2
Not what I expectedMelissa L.I bought my MALM bed almost two months ago. I was so excited to get it because it looks so nice and it has a lot of storage. Everything was fine the first month, but now, I can barely sleep. I find myself waking up every time I move. This bed simply does not stop creaking... It's VERY LOUD!! I feel bad for my downstairs neighbors because I know they must be suffering too every time I move. I don't know what to do now. It looks so great, but the bed does not serve its purpose, so it's not even worth it. Very disappointed :'(2
Perfect productKostyaPerfect product5
The Noisiest Bed EverAZRA N.We bought ours last December to upgrade our tween room. This bed looks great, but the amount of scraping and screeching wood noise is unbearable. We just bought more expensive bed base hoping to alleviate very loud noise but nothing changed.
Any amount of movement on this bed produces very loud noise.
After almost 6 months of suffering, we are getting ready to dissemble this bed and return it.
It is a shame. But it is very poorly designed. Be very careful.1
My son loves it!CristinSuper easy to put together and it was the "look" my son wanted for his room. It's maybe a little on the cheap side & the color scratches off on the corners a bit over time, but my son loves it & for the price, it's perfect.4
DrawersAaron A.I don’t have a review, it a question since I am looking to purchase. When assembling are you able to decide which side of the bed the drawers will be on?3
Great buy!VICTORBought this for my daughter and she’s loving it! Modern style (standard ikea), great storage space and perfect for smaller bedrooms.5
Great Startup BedsOMARWe bought a pair of these beds for our teenage kids and they love their bed. The frame is sturdy, which allows for their mattress to lay firm and allow for a good night’s sleep.
The only issue for me personally, was the build. It is only because I have arthritis in my lower back and right knee. The build for the first bed included weird angles, which was tough on my knees and back. I built the second bed on my workbench (not recommended by instructions). The build was easier on my body and was faster. The second bed actually felt sturdier. So there’s that.5
Malm twin bedJamieWe bought this for my son. It wasn't hard to put together. The different pieces feel really light weight. My son really likes it and the drawers are really big underneath. We have had it for a month and so far it is holding up.5
Pretty goodJustinThe only real negative I can think of it is it didn't seem to be able to handle a box spring should I have wanted to use one.4
Malm reviewKostyaGood product5
I bought this bed forMelissaI bought this bed for my son’s room. We finally moved him out of a bunk bed. This bed makes his room look like a young man’s room. He put it together by himself. He loves it, especially the under bed storage drawers.5
Modern lookasenetLove this all white modern bed. Super sleek design easy to assemble.5
Quality of bed frame is extremely disappointinggilkat65We recently purchased the bed. It was super easy to put together. After putting the slated bed frame base and then the bed, we could not help notice how loud a creaky the base is. We purchased the Luroy frame. Is there any way to fix this? I fear that we now have to go to the mattress store to buy a box spring. Our other son has the same bed in full and had no issues with the frame. Really disappointing.1
amazing bed frame !!vsco girli bought this about two years ago and im still using it. i really love it :)) it has a very modern look and the drawers are great. because it has a simple design, it goes well with any room themes. i recommend this product !!5
Great BedEstelaLady63Bought this for my 10year old daughter with the drawers..loved it. Easy to build too5
Poor qualityVian AI bought this and from the minute i opened it had scratches on the head board corner and one of footboard corner.1
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