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SLÄKT Bed frame with slatted bed base, white,

Price $ 149.00
Mattress and bedlinens are sold separately.

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This bed frame is very versatile. Combine it with an underbed with storage underneath, or with different modules to create extra storage space or a comfy place for hanging out with friends.

Article Number592.277.75

Product details

You can add smart functions to SLÄKT bed frame by combining it with other products in the series, such as a seat section, storage box, foldable mattress or a pull-out bed.

You don’t need to worry about sharp edges since the corners are rounded.

Designer

Ebba Strandmark/IKEA of Sweden

  • LURÖY slatted bed base is included in the price, but is packaged separately.

    Max load indicates static weight, in other words the load which the bed withstands if you lie or sit on it.

    Mattress and bedlinens are sold separately.

  • Material
    Bed frame
    Bedside:
    Particleboard, Particleboard, Fiberboard, Plastic edging, Acrylic paint, Acrylic paint, Paper foil
    Footboard/ Headboard:
    Fiberboard, Particleboard, Honeycomb structure paper filling (100% recycled), Plastic edging, Acrylic paint
    Slatted bed base
    Bed slats:
    Layer-glued wood veneer, Birch veneer, Adhesive resin as coating
    Ribbon:
    100 %polyester
  • Bed frame

    We want to have a positive impact on the planet. That is why by 2030, we want all materials in our products to be recycled or renewable, and sourced in responsible ways.

    Slatted bed base

    Renewable material (wood).

  • Assembly instructionsSLÄKT Bed frame203.627.50

Measurements

Length: 77 1/2 "

Width: 41 3/8 "

Footboard height: 22 7/8 "

Headboard height: 31 1/2 "

Height under furniture: 13 3/8 "

Max. load: 220 lb

Mattress length: 74 3/4 "

Mattress width: 38 1/4 "

  • This product comes as 2 packages.
    SLÄKTArticle Number203.627.50

    Width: 31 ¾ "

    Height: 2 "

    Length: 82 "

    Weight: 53 lb 9 oz

    Package(s): 1

    LURÖYArticle Number601.602.17

    Width: 9 ½ "

    Height: 2 "

    Length: 38 "

    Weight: 15 lb 8 oz

    Package(s): 1

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Good for toddlersKATIENo drawers to get baby fingers in still good for storage and you can get rolling drawers to go under later. They also like the space under the bed for hide and seek. No slats in the bed for little limbs to get stuck in which was the #1 reason we got it.5
Overall good but instructions and some parts need improvementUri D.Overall we're pretty happy with the end product but as a Veteran Ikea Furniture assembler I feel this product can use significant improvements to meet the expectations we've come to expect from Ikea. To start with the in store instructions: I took the product Bin location from the screen in the warehouse and nowhere does it prompt you that you need the LURÖY Slats - otherwise you don't have any use of this product at all - it cost me another 2 hour round trip to pick these up after assembling the Bed Base. Assembly: on the instructions it prompts you to insert the Dowel Nut Sleeves - PN# 104895 - in Step #5 at which point the Bed Sides are laying quite haphazardly and the insertion could require significant force to push in which could cause the whole thing to fall apart, this would be a lot better suited to insert in step #3. Parts: using the 117327 screws to secure the 117228 Cross Braces took multiple tries and significant force, it almost felt like it didn't belong there.3
Happy to have made this purchaseMARYIt isn't all that easy to find a higher-profile slatted bed that takes a foam mattress, so I was happy to see this one on the IKEA site. After checking and rechecking the bed's dimensions, I finally drove the distance to the warehouse to see one set up. Its tidy simplicity and height off the floor appealed, and I made the purchase. I was able to assemble it alone with the help of "mechanical advantage". Assembly was not difficult, even for me, a woman of a certain age, but there was one hitch: the lateral support bars that keep the side rails from bowing had been poorly designed: at the very least, the five screws should have been self-tapping. I made a run to the Home Depot for screws that fit, with accompanying nuts to hold them in place, and all went well after that. I have slept on Sternes and Foster, and I have slept on IKEA foam on the floor; this bed, with a firm foam mattress over slats, is comfortable.5
NiceMary A.Nice5
Easy to AssembleTanyaSurprisingly sturdy and easy to assemble. It fit perfectly into a space and added another place for family to sleep.5
SimpleLEE V.Simple Design with bunch of OPtions4
The bed frame and sideRosivetteThe bed frame and side bar are easy to assemble, but there are thin crossing bars that have to be adjusted and tightened, that was very challenging to do. The screws are very small and it was difficult to adjust the bars in place. Other than that, we got two of these beds, they save space and give enough space under for storage for the kids.5
Nice, comfortable and beautiful design.YuliyaNice, comfortable and beautiful design. Plenty of storage underneath5
Cute bedElizabethThis bed is very cute, sturdy and affordable. My husband put it together in about 30 minutes (with lots of interruptions by our kids). I love all the storage room underneath for my sons bedding and off season clothes.5
Great bed frameArin25I bought this a month ago and my daughter is satisfied5
does this match the songesand?NicMI'm trying to purchase a matching dresser for kids room. Does songessand dresser in white match this white?3
Amazing!karianarComfortable, height is perfect, color is sleekly nice on the wood and it's simply easy to build. Love it!5
So soMo000I love the storage space under the bed which is why i got it. It was easy to put together but a few months in and i feel like the bed is already squeaky. Also, the width is kind of small, sometimes i feel like I'm going to fall off3
Good bedLuvartI bought this bed one week ago and I assembled today. My daughter (7+ years) just loved it and my son wants one! On IKEA show room the bed did not look high. I love the space under the bed and even I bought the storage box. Comparing her new bed with the one that my son has, a twin bed from IKEA, looks taller. Does IKEA has a bed barrier for this bed?4
Not a good kids bedpjackerI bought 2 of these beds to have more storage. They are ridiculously tall with a regular mattress. The slats do not stay in place like on the MALM bed and have collapsed twice just from an adult sitting on the edge. My child is 4 ft tall but has to run and jump to get on the bed with a standard size mattress. Finally, IKEA makes almost NO storage bins that will fit well under this bed the tall TROFAST is 1/2 too tall all the others are 4-10 inches of wasted space.1
Easy to assemblejharBed was very easy by IKEA standards to assemble. The store however was out of twin bed slats and doesn't expect more until the end of the month, 20 days after I bought the bed!3
Nice bed at a great pricea330200pilotGood product with a good price5
ATLienJust bought this bed frame in the twin size for my daughter. Got it all set up in her new bedroom and purchased a twin mattress from another retailer, only to find the mattress WILL NOT FIT IN THE FRAME!!! Am more than a little frustrated, as I don't see anywhere in the product description that the frame requires a non standard sized mattress. Would appreciate some feedback from IKEA staff regarding selection of an appropriate mattress for this frame. May need to return this item if it's only compatible with IKEA mattresses.2
Very SqueakyLuna DulcineaI bought this bed as a replacement for the previous SLAKT model. The bed had 3 years of use and was literally falling apart. I figured I would get a newer bed. At first I was so excited to have found a replacement, but within a week of use the bed begin to squeak with the most minimal turn. My son is 4 and weights about 38 lbs. I am very disappointed with the product2
Looks greatasiagBought this bed for my 6 years old since he hated his twin bed and hardly slept in it. Easiest bed I’ve put together by far took less then 1 hour. He loved it and stayed in it all night. Not to high for him it is a little bigger then I thought but it stills works. Going to add the underbed for his brother. Very satisfied with purchase.5
SLÄKT Bed frame with slatted bed base, white, Twin

It takes a lot of work to chill out

Pre-teen kids are probably the busiest people we know. It might not always look like it on the outside, but on the inside everything runs at hyper speed. With all the energy needed for growing, it makes sense that once they're home, a place to relax and recover is pretty important. That’s where the SLÄKT range comes in. To get it right, we had to go back to the start.

We ordered a study that focused on children aged 8-12 from all around the world. From that we tried to make something that fitted in both with what kids want, and what the parents think the kids need as well.

A worldwide study on what kids want

Child and adolescent psychotherapist Dr Barbie Clarke and her research agency Family Kids & Youth carried out the global study. "Early adolescence is an important phase because it's a slow move towards autonomy and independence,” says Barbie. “There's this huge growth happening that requires a lot of energy. It's not a joke that they really can't wake up in the morning!" One of the big findings was that kids wanted a place to relax and retreat, while still being close to their parents (who still are their biggest influence), even if hanging out with friends is a growing focus. "The bedroom also becomes a place for entertaining with friends. The phrase 'chilling out' was something that we heard around the world. 'Oh, I just want to chill out' is a key desire".

Furniture made to be spontaneous

Building on the research, the work began. We designed SLÄKT to be super modular and adaptable, as well as easy to move around if say a bunch of friends come over. After we tested everything for safety we asked children for their feedback. Then we changed certain designs to be even easier to use and relax with. The kids favorite: a fold out mattress that can be stored under the bed and brought out whenever it’s chill out time. Kids seem to just sort of fall on it. No communication, just 'aaah!'.

Material

What is constructed board?

We use constructed boards when manufacturing many of our pieces of furniture, such as tables and wardrobes. They are light yet still stable and strong. Each board has a frame made of chipboard, fiberboard or solid wood, while the inside is a honeycomb filling structure made of mostly recycled paper, which is extra durable thanks to its special construction. The board is then covered with a protective paint, foil or veneer depending on the style wanted.