A loft bed is perfect when you need to combine several functions in a small space. The height creates space below for a seating area, a work space, a walk-in closet – or a parking space for your bicycle.
You can use the space under the bed for storage, a work space or seating.The ladder can mount on the left or right side of the bed.Made of solid wood, which is a durable and warm natural material.Be aware of the danger of young children falling from the upper bunk.For safety reasons the mattress (sold separately) must not be more than 7½" thick.IMPORTANT! Do not screw hooks, handles etc. onto the bed or hang things on it in which children can get caught on when playing. E.g. loops of rope, belts etc.Minimum ceiling height required: 8' 10".The ladder can be mounted on the right or left side of the bed.Mattress and bedlinens are sold separately.Slatted bed base is included.Designer
IKEA of Sweden
Main parts:Solid pine, Stain, Clear acrylic lacquer
Leg/ Center support beam/ Step/ Bed base slats:Solid pine
Wipe clean using a damp cloth and a mild cleaner.Wipe dry with a clean cloth.
Renewable material (wood).We have clear requirements for all the wood we use, including a ban on illegally harvested wood. By 2020, we want all our wood to come from more sustainable sources, defined as certified or recycled.
This product comes as 3 packages.
STORÅLoft bed frameArticle Number:801.608.67This product has multiple packages.
Loft bed to maximize spaceDENISEWe added two Alex desks underneath the Stora loft bed for my daughter... one to game on and the other to do schoolwork on. She absolutely loves it and the bed is solid and sturdy!5
It’s sooooo affordable and cute.MarydayIt’s sooooo affordable and cute. If you have tall ceilings in a small room, it’s a game changer.5
Great loft bedKeliwackWe bought this last month, my daughter really likes it. The assembly was a bit difficult due to pieces not being marked. I wish there was more than one support beam going across the underneath, but it is pretty sturdy.5
Not very strongAva519I bought this bed for my 14yr (at the time) old son, as he wanted a studio feel in his room with a futon, fridge, etc. He is a y’all boy and about 165lbs but not surpassing weight limits. The bed is a little wobbly but be of the planks on the ladder broke when he was coming down and another one is now cracked. I emailed IKEA to see if I can purchase replacements. Awaiting response.2
WigglyABPTThe bed took a bit of tome to put together, but the instructions were fairly easy to follow. The bed is a bit wiggly and that is disconcerting when you climb up. The design of long, thin legs with a heavy bed does not allow for a sense of confidence when climbing up onto the bed and moving around. We will likely add cross braces to the loft bed to make it more sturdy.3
Needs workCece5The store I bought from had one option for a full loft bed, which was this. The pros: it's pretty & does save a lot of space The cons: the tag said ceiling had to be 8ft10. You need a taller ceiling. We had to cut about 3.5 inches off the posts. Pro! The wood is so soft it was a breeze to cut through. It's a struggle to put together but that's atypical. It will wobble we have to drill it into the wall stud. The center beam is NOT enough if you weigh more than a 10yr old. It says 250 weight limit but my mattress (maybe 50lbs) plus my 140 was too much. We bought two more beams and installed them. Isn't worth 299.2
Perfect Bed and DurableJoMama8playinI love this bed! It is the prefect bed for a child like my son. It fits perfectly in the space and allows for a lot of under bed storage, to the point I have his long student desk and chest of drawers under the bed. Tons of floor space and built strong. The only thing is every few weeks I have to come along and re-screw the middle beam and side rails to make sure my child is safe up there. This bed is classic black and works with an decor also!5
Good use of spacejanezoI wanted this for my 10 year old, he absolutely loves it! His room has a high ceiling so we wanted it to allow more living room below. It is well made which means sturdy; the full size mattress area will allow him to grow and still be in the space.5
Only for short mattressesyolosquad420They recommend a minimum ceiling height of 9 ft, but mind that the depth of the bed platform is meant for mattresses up to 8 in. Many foam mattresses are thicker, my Casper is 12 in. This can set you dangerously high above the side rails. Installation is a bear. I wouldn't attempt this without a power drill, there are 150+ screws. Pay attention to the order of the steps. When it tells you not to fully screw in something just yet, do as told. The center beam under the slats is pretty flexible. I reinforced it with steel strap ties and screws (they can also be nailed in).4
Too TallMommaYoliI bought this for a Christmas for my 10 year old. He wanted a loft bed. He was in a twin and I figured we should upgrade to a full. I didn’t realize how high up this bed is. I worry that one day he’ll fall. If I had to purchase again I’m not sure I would. It’s even difficult for me to get up there to put sheets on.3
WOBBLYyzheng29This bed was relatively easy to put up if you'd have done many build it yourself IKEA items. The bed isn't as supportive as I thought it'd be. It is extremely wobbly and creaks ALOT. For the money, it is a good value but at this point, i'd rather spend money on a good bed frame.2
Wobblycade26I bought this bed about two months ago and I am considering returning it. It wobbles more than I thought it would, making me feel stressed when sleeping because I do not want to fall. I bought it because my room is small and I wanted more floor space. For that purpose, it does a great job. However, overall I do not think the extra floor space is worth my fear of falling if I move too much in bed.2
We Love this Bed!MomofacircusThis bed is good sturdy quality but the directions were not easy to understand. We ended up taking it apart twice because we put it together wrong.4
Center support beam sagscp_cpPreface: I weigh ~155lbs and occasionally share my bed. However, after ~4 months of owning this & using with an ikea mattress, the center beam has started to sag and is really uncomfortable. Very junky product. Also note, if you make the mistake of buying this bed frame, remove ALL parts from all three boxes before assembling. One of the first few pages requires parts from the 3rd box. But because a lot of the parts look the same, it's easy to make a mistake and use a part from box 1 or box 2.1
Middle support base very weak!Marrak85Bought this last year for our daughter and the middle support base on loft bed is splitting/cracking. She herself weighs 168lbs and after 6 months we noticed cracks and splitting on middle piece of wood. I would think more support would be needed to support full size loft bed. Very disappointed.2
Seems plenty solid to me_Bill_I have been sleeping on this bed for 9 months now. I would buy it again. Pros: It has been very sturdy. I'm 215 pounds and was worried since some of the reviews are negative for wobbling/unstable. No problem at all. I tightened the bolts very well (sunk slightly into the wood) and re-tightened after a couple of months. Tried to tighten them again after 6 months but everything was still tightly secured from the previous time. This bed is very tall. I have a desk under it and it is comfortable to sit under. I was worried I might hit my head but that has not happened (yet) and I sit under it every day. Cons: A little too tall. If you have standard 8' ceilings, you will have to make it shorter. I cut a foot off the legs and ladder at the bottom with a circular saw. Problem solved.4
Great price for well-made bedamy1820We bought this for our son’s room, which is somewhat small due to being in the city. He loves the floor space it provided. It is around 7’ tall, and we had to buy a shorter downrod for his ceiling fan. Great bed!5
ConvenientDimas777I am satisfied now with the amount of space I have available on my small room.4
Sturdy and StrongAnna201921452I now have two of these for my children's bedrooms. We used them to create a full-over-full bed and a full-over-twin. Because they are wooden frames, it's easy to cut down the supports to fit your ceiling height.5
good bedmomof teenSaid was good for 8ft ceiling.... not really. would be better for 10ft. is still a good bed. just very close to ceiling. hard to put together.4