MALMUnderbed storage box for high bedArticle Number104.586.49
Width: 24 ¼ "
Height: 3 "
Length: 41 "
Weight: 45 lb 14 oz
Good helpClaudiaLooks good under the beds and is a good help for storage5
Front panel doesn't reach the topcrystal c.was easy to build, good amount of space but the front panel doesn't cover the entire space like the picture of the black preview shows.4
Additional storagePamelaGreat additional storage for my parents bed5
Convenient storage for the bedMADHAVIWe have multiple Malm beds with storage. Very convenient and roomy storage boxes.5
Love itDeborahLove it5
malm drawer reviewXAVIERthe drawer fits nicely under the bed ... when and if you have one ...5
Needs 4 drawers for kingDEBORAHWe ordered a king and only received 2 drawers. Nowhere did it say you need 4 so I had to get 2 more. Bottoms are a little flimsy but I don’t think it’ll be a problem4
Works great, have to addAliciaWorks great, have to add a little command hook for my kids to open, but all and all works great even on thinner carpet.5
Malm bed drawersLynnetteVery comfortable and spacious5
Should’ve bought it a longVICTORShould’ve bought it a long time ago. Solved a storage problem.5
Huge drawers for under bedMITCHELLHuge drawers. Rolls on ground not rails so be aware if you have thick carpeting or rug. Rolls nicely under bed rail on Malm bed so it's unobtrusive.5
Added to the looks ofDennisAdded to the looks of the bed5
Would buy againDeniseWe like the looks of it, and the price was right. The drawers fit a bit tight under the bed. We were missing a couple pieces, but they were shipped to us upon our request...but took a bit longer than promised.4
Underbed Storage Box Doesn't FitMark M.Purchased four Malm Under Bed Storage Boxes for my King Malm Bed. They will not slide under bed because they are 1/4" - 3/8" to high and hit the side rails. I checked to make sure bed and boxes were installed properly and did not find any errors. I did come up with a solution after considering my options. #1) disassemble all four boxes and return. #2) raise bed by adding 3/4" under foot and headboard. #3) replace 1 5/8" rollers under boxes with 1" rollers to lower boxes. Did not select #1 because of disassembly hassle and store distance from home. Did not select #2 because it seemed like a bandaid on the problem. I selected #3, replacing the rollers with 1" rollers. This dropped the boxes just enough that they rolled under the bed as advertised.4
Plastic parts do not grip the boltsMikeCircular inserts made of plastic. Not metal. Barely keeping the drawer together. Wood glue to the rescue.2
Loved itAsliLoved it5
Love it.TerriGreat as a gift for anyone. Would’ve been the perfect Christmas stocking stuffer.5
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