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Ikea single 4 way bed £159 instore / online - Frame only
Ikea single 4 way bed £159 instore / online - Frame only

Ikea single 4 way bed £159 instore / online - Frame only

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ikea single bed 4 way use. single bed has storage and can convert into double.

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Hi, was this bed only or with mattress's

d34l3r

Hi, was this bed only or with mattress's



​ikea don't sell beds with mattresses

just been on ikea's site and its £279 from £305 is there some code that takes the price to the posted price of £159

The website shows this with 2 moshult foam mattresses

In store only. Nationwide or bargain corner one off? Looks like a great deal if Nationwide. Can anyone confirm?

Edited by: "imiskeen" 5th Mar

nice find op, heat added

It's not a sale it's just a new lower price on it. Bed only no mattress. Saw it last month but going to purchase one next week. I've bought a mattress separate from else where

Title should say frame only. bit confusing/misleading as you can't see separate price online for frame and mattress.

It's a good price for what you get. Ikea mattresses are awful. They lack variety, and can't exactly just pick them up anywhere.

Give the bottom a tug..... you've scored

They sell standard uk bed sizes now

hi its £279 on the website is there a code to add? c

For people saying it's £279, this is the correct link ikea.com/gb/…05/

Doesn't look big enough for a four way.

Got two of these when they were shifting a load for some reason a few years ago £25 each, bargain

katquinn82

Got two of these when they were shifting a load for some reason a few … Got two of these when they were shifting a load for some reason a few years ago £25 each, bargain


Hi
Care to explain how the set-up works. Do you buy two single mattresses and where does the 2nd one store when the unit is being used as a single bed or seat ? Thanks in advance

aidant799

It's a good price for what you get. Ikea mattresses are awful. They lack … It's a good price for what you get. Ikea mattresses are awful. They lack variety, and can't exactly just pick them up anywhere.


Goto a bed shop for more variety. Also, Ikea have been selling standard size mattresses and beds for a while now.

We bought this for my sons room, when it was new to the store we got it for £120. It's bloody awful. Don't get me wrong, I am an Ikea fan and have loads of Ikea furniture I am really pleased with and love. The higher price is with mattesses (they do sometimes advertise price with mattresses) because this was always a cheaper option than the Hemnes.
We bought this bed with the foam mattresses. For my little boy in top of 2 foam mattresses it was fine. When we had guests and my husband and I used it for 5 nights it was horrendous. The mattresses were very uncomfortable and slim, when I got on (10 stone) a slat broke. I have never slept so badly.
Basically this is just a minor price drop, £185 to £159.
It's an complete nightmare to put together. Took ages and some mdf split. It wasn't worth £120 let alone £160. The cheap mattressss were awful.
To be fair Ikea refunded the bed after 6 months. We were stuck with the mattresses though. We have instead purchased an iron bed in a similar style (trundle pull out underneath and becomes a double) so much more comfortable.

http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/search/?k=Day+bed
It clearly states price with mattresses and if you scroll down you see price without and the 3 different colours.

The last time I had a 4 way we required a much bigger bed

Me and my partner just got one of these. Safe to say its getting unassembled and taken back to ikea. Its poorly constructed, not comfy in any set up and parts of it split when setting up. Its pretty much not fit for purpose. As far as I'm concerned. A poor product avoid it.

savagevixen

We bought this for my sons room, when it was new to the store we got it … We bought this for my sons room, when it was new to the store we got it for £120. It's bloody awful. Don't get me wrong, I am an Ikea fan and have loads of Ikea furniture I am really pleased with and love. The higher price is with mattesses (they do sometimes advertise price with mattresses) because this was always a cheaper option than the Hemnes.We bought this bed with the foam mattresses. For my little boy in top of 2 foam mattresses it was fine. When we had guests and my husband and I used it for 5 nights it was horrendous. The mattresses were very uncomfortable and slim, when I got on (10 stone) a slat broke. I have never slept so badly. Basically this is just a minor price drop, £185 to £159. It's an complete nightmare to put together. Took ages and some mdf split. It wasn't worth £120 let alone £160. The cheap mattressss were awful. To be fair Ikea refunded the bed after 6 months. We were stuck with the mattresses though. We have instead purchased an iron bed in a similar style (trundle pull out underneath and becomes a double) so much more comfortable.



U r right these day bed are awful i bought the other cost With Mattress £389 total but the quality is very poor and for kids sleep over its ok but if the normal person use it for double bed its like laying on a hard surface..and the foam mattress are very poor quality..
I love Ikea though for my new house i bought almost everything from Ikea except bed ..i dont like the quality u dont get what u pay for..

aidant799

It's a good price for what you get. Ikea mattresses are awful. They lack … It's a good price for what you get. Ikea mattresses are awful. They lack variety, and can't exactly just pick them up anywhere.



You always get what you pay for with mattresses.

savagevixen

We bought this for my sons room, when it was new to the store we got it … We bought this for my sons room, when it was new to the store we got it for £120. It's bloody awful. Don't get me wrong, I am an Ikea fan and have loads of Ikea furniture I am really pleased with and love. The higher price is with mattesses (they do sometimes advertise price with mattresses) because this was always a cheaper option than the Hemnes.We bought this bed with the foam mattresses. For my little boy in top of 2 foam mattresses it was fine. When we had guests and my husband and I used it for 5 nights it was horrendous. The mattresses were very uncomfortable and slim, when I got on (10 stone) a slat broke. I have never slept so badly. Basically this is just a minor price drop, £185 to £159. It's an complete nightmare to put together. Took ages and some mdf split. It wasn't worth £120 let alone £160. The cheap mattressss were awful. To be fair Ikea refunded the bed after 6 months. We were stuck with the mattresses though. We have instead purchased an iron bed in a similar style (trundle pull out underneath and becomes a double) so much more comfortable.



Hi, What Iron bed did you opt for? I'm looking for an occasional guest bed/seat so recommendations are very much appreciated.

I've got this bed and Im surprised with some of the negative comments.
It wasn't so difficult to setup.
The mattresses we bought are pretty comfortable.
Bought my mother in-law the same bed for her spare room too. Her mattresses are thicker and even more comfortable.
I love this bed.
When you pull the second bed out from underneath its huge. As are the drawers.

buggbairn

Hi, What Iron bed did you opt for? I'm looking for an occasional guest … Hi, What Iron bed did you opt for? I'm looking for an occasional guest bed/seat so recommendations are very much appreciated.


I had been proving them up, and weirdly a friend was selling one for £50! But it's like a properly slatted single bed with another trundle underneath that slides out and then legs fold down to raise it to the same level. My in laws just slept on it and said it was fine, they slept well. Kids are comfy on it as a sofa, so worth looking into.

buggbairn

HiCare to explain how the set-up works. Do you buy two single mattresses … HiCare to explain how the set-up works. Do you buy two single mattresses and where does the 2nd one store when the unit is being used as a single bed or seat ? Thanks in advance



The mattresses are put one on top of the other.
So if you're using it as a single bed, you'd be sleeping in two mattresses.
Once you pull the second bed out, you just move one mattress over to it.
It's a fab bed.

You can get 3 different width and prices of mattresses in this size (200cm x 80cm) and we did get the cheapest. The issue we had was the thicker the mattress, then when one on top of the other, the bed was very high for a young child. We still have these mattress and after long term daily use (with children) they do dip in the centre and I know friends who have the more expensive hemnes bed with the same mattresses have said that the mattresses dip and it's not great as a sofa.
It wasn't 'so difficult' to set up, it was just a long trying nightmare,the build with the slats was very time consuming and compared to other Ikea furniture it was just very time consuming and not an enjoyable build. It was a real shame as we were hoping it would be perfect for our needs, but sadly this was not an Ikea good buy for us.

We had one of these a few years ago, neither a good bed nor
it back and they refunded

Sofa only ok for kids, certainly useless for adult size or height.

Haych3

The mattresses are put one on top of the other. So if you're using it as … The mattresses are put one on top of the other. So if you're using it as a single bed, you'd be sleeping in two mattresses. Once you pull the second bed out, you just move one mattress over to it. It's a fab bed.



​remember most Muppets here don't have the intelligence to put a cardboard box together let alone a bed!

crazylegs

​remember most Muppets here don't have the intelligence to put a c … ​remember most Muppets here don't have the intelligence to put a cardboard box together let alone a bed!



But we do have enough to detect possible irony in comments.

benjai

You always get what you pay for with mattresses.



As said earlier, Ikea have been offering UK sizes for a couple of years now. Which? currently have two best buys for Ikea, Morgedal (foam) and Hövåg (pocket-sprung), for less than £200, and one for £540. Other make best buys include a latex mattress for £1650. So I'm not sure you do.. you get different materials and finishing quality, and the choice is yours. You also get a lot of those bed shops on retail parks that will sell you poor quality mattresses and beds for a lot of money if you let them close the 'last day of the deal' offers they tell you about.
Edited by: "evilhomeruk" 6th Mar

savagevixen

We bought this for my sons room, when it was new to the store we got it … We bought this for my sons room, when it was new to the store we got it for £120. It's bloody awful. Don't get me wrong, I am an Ikea fan and have loads of Ikea furniture I am really pleased with and love. The higher price is with mattesses (they do sometimes advertise price with mattresses) because this was always a cheaper option than the Hemnes.We bought this bed with the foam mattresses. For my little boy in top of 2 foam mattresses it was fine. When we had guests and my husband and I used it for 5 nights it was horrendous. The mattresses were very uncomfortable and slim, when I got on (10 stone) a slat broke. I have never slept so badly. Basically this is just a minor price drop, £185 to £159. It's an complete nightmare to put together. Took ages and some mdf split. It wasn't worth £120 let alone £160. The cheap mattressss were awful. To be fair Ikea refunded the bed after 6 months. We were stuck with the mattresses though. We have instead purchased an iron bed in a similar style (trundle pull out underneath and becomes a double) so much more comfortable.



Any chance of a link to the new iron bed purchase? Ta. I find we are a bit rubbish in the UK for 'flexible bed solutions' compared to the rest of Europe+.

savagevixen

We bought this for my sons room, when it was new to the store we got it … We bought this for my sons room, when it was new to the store we got it for £120. It's bloody awful. Don't get me wrong, I am an Ikea fan and have loads of Ikea furniture I am really pleased with and love. The higher price is with mattesses (they do sometimes advertise price with mattresses) because this was always a cheaper option than the Hemnes.We bought this bed with the foam mattresses. For my little boy in top of 2 foam mattresses it was fine. When we had guests and my husband and I used it for 5 nights it was horrendous. The mattresses were very uncomfortable and slim, when I got on (10 stone) a slat broke. I have never slept so badly. Basically this is just a minor price drop, £185 to £159. It's an complete nightmare to put together. Took ages and some mdf split. It wasn't worth £120 let alone £160. The cheap mattressss were awful. To be fair Ikea refunded the bed after 6 months. We were stuck with the mattresses though. We have instead purchased an iron bed in a similar style (trundle pull out underneath and becomes a double) so much more comfortable.



Don't blame it on the bed if you buy mattresses that are rubbish

Any cheap mattress recommendations which would be better than the IKEA ones?

dai.bonehead

But we do have enough to detect possible irony in comments.


did you mean sarcasm? it's a bit like the Alanis Morrisette song ironic where she uses ironic when what she is singing about isn't actually ironic but just a pain in the backside

I was just reading into the comment more and if you meant what I think you meant then I stand corrected and would agree in fact

Buckyball

Don't blame it on the bed if you buy mattresses that are rubbish


I didn't. The bed was not fit for purpose (mdf split/slat broke) and was very uncomfortable. We bought the Ikea recommended mattresses, so actually the ones they have on the beds I store, and like I said, this is because they would not make the bed so high. If I had thought it was the mattresses alone I would've returned them with a complaint under ikeas 365 day return policy. The mattresses however were fine on the Ikea minnen beds we have for our children which are also 80cm wide. They were the cheapest option but still recommended. Another reason this bed is uncomfortable is the pull out style. When the 2 bed bases are merged as a single the slats are right next to each other so effectively form a flat wooden bed base, which is not springy or comfortable. (Often beds have curved slats for comfort) with 2 mattresses this is fine. But when pulled out these spats are flat and unforgiving. I will add I have several of the Ikea foam mattresses from the more expensive range and again they are fine for young children not great for adults.
So I stand by my original opinion that as a guest bed this is extremely uncomfortable, unpleasant to put together and as all the recommended mattresses in the size are foam 80cm x 200cm I can't see there being a particular difference across the range. The bed is poorly made and from bog standard mdf.
I do not think it worth the money.
Edited by: "savagevixen" 6th Mar
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