VITVAL Loft bed frame, white/light gray, Twin
VITVAL Loft bed frame, white/light gray, Twin
VITVAL Loft bed frame, white/light gray, Twin
VITVAL Loft bed frame, white/light gray, Twin
VITVAL Loft bed frame, white/light gray, Twin

It is the details that make this loft bed unique. Soft shapes, sturdy ladder and fabric guardrails with yellow accents. You can also dress it up with bedlinens and accessories from the MÖJLIGHET series.

704.112.39

Product details

Easy to assemble since the fabric is divided into sections and the edge bands are elastic.If you want to make the bed even more comfortable and personal, you can complete with MÖJLIGHET pillow and bed pocket – they are dimensioned for the VITVAL series.The construction is light but steady, and has soft shapes.You can use the space under the bed for working or studying by completing with VITVAL desk top, or create a cozy spot for seating.The ladder mounts on the right or the left side of the bed. WARNING! Furniture not anchored can tip. This furniture must be secured to the wall.High beds and the upper bed of bunk or loft beds are not suitable for children under 6 years of age due to the risk of injury from falls.It is important not to screw hooks or handles onto the bed or hang ropes or belts in which children can get caught when playing.Bed base included.Mattress and bedlinens are sold separately.Max load indicates static weight, in other words the load which the bed withstands if you lie or sit on it.Min. ceiling height required: 94½".Designer

IKEA of Sweden

  • Fabric/ Ribbon/ Total composition:100 % polyester
    Layer glued slats:Birch veneer, Beech veneer, Adhesive resin as coating
    Main parts/ Slat holder:Steel, Epoxy/polyester powder coating
    Fabric:100 %polyester
    TextileMachine wash warm, normal cycle.Do not bleach.Do not tumble dry.Iron medium temperature, max 300°F/150°C.Do not dry clean.
  • 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.
  • This product comes as 3 packages.
    VITVALLoft bed frameArticle Number:704.112.39This product has multiple packages.
    Width: 9 ¾ "Height: 2 "Length: 77 "Weight: 33 lb 9 ozPackage(s): 1
    Width: 9 ½ "Height: 2 "Length: 76 ¼ "Weight: 42 lb 5 ozPackage(s): 1
    Width: 19 "Height: 2 ¾ "Length: 39 "Weight: 36 lb 14 ozPackage(s): 1

Product size

Width with ladder: 
55 1/2 "
Length: 
77 1/2 "
Width: 
40 1/2 "
Height: 
76 3/4 "
Height under loft bed: 
59 "
Max. load: 
220 lb
Mattress length: 
74 3/8 "
Mattress width: 
38 1/4 "
Max. mattress thickness: 
5 1/8 "

Reviews

4.1(13)
Very sturdy and roomy.SERETTAVery sturdy and roomy.5
Perfect for our grandsonDALEIt’s perfect for a 7 year old boy. It freed up floor space and he likes being higher.5
I would recommend this productAleksandraI would recommend this product to everyone with young kids. I have 12year old and 10 years boys. They just love those beds. You gain space in bedrooms and it’s easier to clean the floors. 👍5
Muy bonita y funcionalArgenisMuy bonita y funcional para estos tiempos mi hija tiene su estudio debajo todos sus implementos para sus estudios virtuales5
The pitfall of VITVALLO42CWe are experienced IKEA customers. Over the last twenty years we have assembled bookcases, dressers, beds, tables, chairs . . . you name it. We have gotten rid of more BILLYs than most people have ever owned in the first place. Our kitchen is by IKEA. We can whip together a KALLAX without looking at the instructions. We flattered ourselves that we understood. We HAD this. Little did we know when four slim cartons appeared on our porch today the HORRORS that awaited us within. So far we are at five hours and counting. And we didn't actually do anything wrong or backwards until right now while I was writing this. All of the pieces look almost exactly alike. White pipes. And lots of them. With holes that, being exclusively of metal, forgive not the slightest misalignment of the screws used to assemble them. And those screws! An infinite and glorious variety of different sizes, all handily combined in a single large plastic bag like a demented Pick-a-Mix from the days of our youth. The fabric, too, has to be stretched tightly over the frames in such a way that the holes in it line up for the screws to be attached. This is accomplished mainly by wrestling with it on the floor until either it gives up or you do. There is a special point of suffering at each of the upper corners. Other reviews referring to mismatched or too tight holes are doubtless thinking of this. Here is how to handle it, if you are already cursed with the ownership of one of these root canals in a box. The long narrow cylindrical pipes that form the uppermost rail, in the top edge of the fabric, eventually attach to the vertical posts via a long screw that is supposed to go horizontally through the post and into the rail. Your first attempt at this comes early on in the assembly process, when you are attaching the fabric panel that will become the 'headboard' to the vertical posts. You stretch. You curse. You pull. You have someone else pull against you. You try roughly seventy-four different ways of getting THAT SCREW to go horizontally through that post and into the end of that rail. But every time you try the rail is just infinitesimally too low. Here's how to fix that. Loosen the screw that is passing vertically through the top of the rail into the rib that descends through the fabric. This will let you lift the rail slightly, just enough to connect it to the screw passing through the post. Connect that, and then re-tighten both screws. But know that no matter how much you tighten these or any other connectors, this loft will still have play: it is not motionless when someone climbs it or moves in it. Just below this text box I am now being asked whether I would recommend this product to a friend. No--but I would DEFINITELY recommend it to those people who bullied me in elementary school.1
Like the styleKitty_CortezMy only thing is it doesn't come with extra screws, and 2 screws(considering how many there is, isn't bad) went threaded properly do don't go in where there supposed to all the way.4
My 7 yo boy loves it - Assembly was HardHeHo2020It took me many hours to assemble this beast- so many pieces! But it's pretty sturdy.4
Simple yet stylish designKya03Very useful for small space. We purchased for our teen that is accumulating more stuff, like books, cd's, instruments, etc. Count those screws included! Our package was missing 1 and we had to supplement from local hardware store.4
Feel after usezwh220Everything is fine, the only downside is that it will make a big noise when you turn over and turn over. I want the designer to consider each screw plus a soft gasket.3
Great loft bed!GSM1975I bought this yesterday and it took 3 hours for my friend and I to put it together. All the parts fit well and were easy to put together. The directions took a bit to understand so take time to really understand them and double check every step as we made 2 minor mistakes. The loft bed is sure to be enjoyed for a long time to come!5
Awesome bed for the price!Cas37I just bought this bed last weekend for my son. He LOVES it! It seems sturdy and well made. A friend and I spent about 3 hours putting it together and it surprisingly wasn't as bad as I was expecting. I will say that the instructions have no words, only pictures and that the parts aren't labeled to the corresponding instructions so twice we put in a part we thought was correct but turned out to not be the right one so we had to switch it out. If the pieces were labeled and there were words so we didn't have to try and figure out what the picture was trying to tell us, it would have taken less than half that time to put it together. But overall it wasn't bad. It also didn't include the screws needed to anchor it to the wall which is a safety issue so I'll have to go out and buy the screws this week.5
Buy and build at great risk to your sanityLisalacaWhat I’d really like to say about the assembly and assembly manual for this bed wouldn’t be published, so I’m just going to tell you three things: 1) Don’t buy this bed, or 2) buy this bed but unless you are the handiest most awesome IKEA assembler ever, save your sanity and hire someone who can put this together for you, or 3) go ahead and challenge yourself and try putting it together but make sure you PAY SUPER EXTRA SPECIAL attention to every little nuance and detail in the ridiculous “instructions” and diagrams and make sure you have cold beer on hand. Whoever made the manual for this bed should be fired. We got it put together out of sheer stubbornness. So many screws didn’t line up right and we had to re-do certain sections after finding out several steps later in the manual that pieces were too tight to fit together properly. Maybe we got a defective unit, but buyer beware.2
Great bed, daughter loves it.srenshaw65I'm so happy we finally bought this. My 10 year old loves it. She has so much more room now and has had fun decorating. It was pretty easy to put together too.5
VITVAL Loft bed frame, white/light gray, Twin

More relaxing, less materials

Where do your children spend most of their waking hours at home? Quite likely the answer is in their bed. Because when life for slightly older children today often revolves around phones, tablets and friends, a lot more space than that “hub” isn’t really needed. With VITVAL loft bed and bunk bed, we wanted to make comfortable and cozy beds for all children who prefer hanging out there. But the goal was also to considerably reduce the amount of materials to save on nature's resources.  Read More
Metal is a durable and stable material and really suited VITVAL bed frames. The question was just how much we could reduce the amount of the metal used without decreasing stability and safety. Product developer Anna Carme and her colleagues performed detailed calculations and safety tests. "We came a long way", says Anna. "But it was not enough ― we thought the bed frames were still too heavy."

30% less metal

Experimenting with materials led to the team replacing the bed's edges with fabric. This meant that they managed to reduce the amount of metal by almost one third compared to similar beds. "We found a strong polyester material that also gives the bed a nice and cozy feel ― both when the children hang out there with friends and when it’s time to sleep."

Easy to assemble

"The fabric is mounted on the frame", explains Anna. "And to ensure that the assembly is simple for all parents, we invited a number of people to test it out." The tests then led to the team dividing the fabric into sections and making the yellow edge bands more flexible so that they are easier to pull on. "I love playing detective, to look for and investigate what we have for different alternatives", says Anna. "Nothing beats the feeling when you finally find a good solution."
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More relaxing, less materials

The idea with VITVAL loft bed and bunk bed was to make comfortable and cozy beds for all children who like hanging out with their phones, tablets and friends. But we also wanted to save on nature’s resources and limit the amount of metal in the beds. So how do you achieve two so different goals at the same time? Our solution was to make the bed edges out of a strong polyester fabric that gave the bed a nice and cozy feel ― and we thereby reduced the metal by 30% in each bed.

VITVAL
Loft bed frame, white/light grayTwin

$179.00
Mattress and bedlinens are sold separately.
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VITVAL Loft bed frame, white/light gray, Twin

VITVAL

$179.00