IKEA IKEA Bedroom Event: 15% Off All Bed Frames + More Bedroom Event! Take 15% Off All Bed Frames + More!

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Sweet dreams are made of this, so sleep comfortably with a trip to IKEA, because their Bedroom Event is on now and you can take 15% off all bed frames! You can also view the flyer for this event here on RedFlagDeals.

In addition to bed frames, you can also save on headboards, foundations, bed legs, cribs and more! We've listed a few items from each eligible category to help give you an idea of what's available.

Bed Legs

Children's Beds

Cribs

Full, Queen and King Beds (configured with LURÖY Bed Base)

Guest Beds and Daybeds

Headboards

Loft and Bunk Beds

Mattress Foundations

Single Beds

The IKEA Bedroom Event is effective until May 22 online, in IKEA stores and at Pick-up and Order or Collection Points. Sofa beds and futons are excluded. IKEA charges a flat-rate fee starting at $79.00 for delivery to addresses in select regions, $20.00 for delivery to a Pick-up and Order Point or $59.00 and up for delivery to a Collection Point.

Before you shop, be sure to read our guide with tips on how to shop at IKEA like a pro!

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    • Fanatic wrote: Thanks for the heads up OP. I was waiting for the sale as I had my eye on the Malm bed frames.
      http://www.ikea.com/ca/en/catalog/produ ... /S49027404

      Anyone have any feedback on these? What is the difference in the number of slats in the base?
      I just downgraded to the base slats from the more expensive (old one broke and you can't replace individual pieces) and I can't tell the difference.
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    • For something held together by pressboard and dreams I'm actually surprised at how sturdy it is.
      I've had a Malm for like 5 years now and it's still pristine.
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    • differing wrote:
      May 5th, 2017 6:57 am
      I just downgraded to the base slats from the more expensive (old one broke and you can't replace individual pieces) and I can't tell the difference.
      Thanks. Did you buy an Ikea mattress or use a standard one?
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    • Fanatic wrote:
      May 5th, 2017 6:26 am
      Thanks for the heads up OP. I was waiting for the sale as I had my eye on the Malm bed frames.
      http://www.ikea.com/ca/en/catalog/produ ... /S49027404

      Anyone have any feedback on these? What is the difference in the number of slats in the base?

      I have one, and found the slat wood pieces are not completely flat, and causing parts of the bed to be higher on 1 end. I also found that the 2 metal pieces in center keeping the wood slats in place makes a loud clunking noise if you put weight on it - this was fixed by putting either tape or padding between the metal pieces. Other than that, it looks nice.

      My suggestion for you is to just buy a bed box because it is literally hundreds of dollars cheaper, and you wont find the same flatness issues as you would with slatted bed frames. If you're buying Ikea, then it means you're on a limited budget or you want something disposable. A bed box would fit those needs better.

      BTW, slatted bed frames are not suited for individual coiled mattresses - it'll destroy the mattress.
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    • Fanatic wrote: Thanks. Did you buy an Ikea mattress or use a standard one?
      I've had one of their memory foam composite mattresses for years, no complaints.
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    • badOne wrote:
      May 5th, 2017 8:09 am
      I have one, and found the slat wood pieces are not completely flat, and causing parts of the bed to be higher on 1 end. I also found that the 2 metal pieces in center keeping the wood slats in place makes a loud clunking noise if you put weight on it - this was fixed by putting either tape or padding between the metal pieces. Other than that, it looks nice.

      My suggestion for you is to just buy a bed box because it is literally hundreds of dollars cheaper, and you wont find the same flatness issues as you would with slatted bed frames. If you're buying Ikea, then it means you're on a limited budget or you want something disposable. A bed box would fit those needs better.

      BTW, slatted bed frames are not suited for individual coiled mattresses - it'll destroy the mattress.
      Humm, then why are so many pocket coil mattresses paired with slatted box springs by manufacturer?!
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    • X24Secret wrote:
      May 5th, 2017 11:17 am
      Humm, then why are so many pocket coil mattresses paired with slatted box springs by manufacturer?!
      Agreed, makes no sense that slats destroy spring mattress. Maybe the curved slats could.
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    • I've seen a bunch of these beds and in the end the best bang for the buck is the Fjelsse.

      It is on a nice sale here.


      The reason we like it so much is that it is natural pine. No press board.

      It also makes a great base for a little Ikea hacking. It doesnt take much to really change the look of this bed to suit your decor.
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    • I have the Malm bed in white in a queen size. Bed is awesome. The drawers are great! Not sure about the slats. Which one I got.

      Fanatic wrote:
      May 5th, 2017 6:26 am
      Thanks for the heads up OP. I was waiting for the sale as I had my eye on the Malm bed frames.
      http://www.ikea.com/ca/en/catalog/produ ... /S49027404

      Anyone have any feedback on these? What is the difference in the number of slats in the base?
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    • Got the Brimnes bedframe and its held up good over the last two years plus lots of storage room.
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    • It sounds great. I gonna pick up a single bed. Thanks OP
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    • I recently purchased a Malm and went with the Lonset slats. There are more slats and they are closer together compared to the base Luroy slats. This should help prevent any potential sagging issues with the mattress. The Leirsund slats are the most expensive option as it provides the ability to incline the bed (which I dont need since my mattress cant be inclined).

      I dont agree with the previous poster's comment that slats will destroy a coiled mattress.
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    • What I'm saying is that intercoil mattresses, the ones with metal coils on the bottom of the mattresses, put together in a fence-like pattern is ok for slatted (as in pieces of wood with spaces between the wood pieces). Anything else you try to put on slat likely will damage the mattress. Individual coiled mattresses almost all demand a flat foundation, and that rules out slats.

      The retailer where you buy mattresses will confirm this, and will point to the warranty as being voided if you try otherwise. The *individual* coiled mattress will form a wave-like pattern on the mattress rendering it unusable, if put on a slat surface.
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    • Even the base Luroy bed slats offers more support than the average box spring...

      I mean look at the huge voids

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    • everyone here buying mattresses from ikea or elsewhere? if so where?
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    • badOne wrote:
      May 5th, 2017 4:47 pm
      What I'm saying is that intercoil mattresses, the ones with metal coils on the bottom of the mattresses, put together in a fence-like pattern is ok for slatted (as in pieces of wood with spaces between the wood pieces). Anything else you try to put on slat likely will damage the mattress. Individual coiled mattresses almost all demand a flat foundation, and that rules out slats.

      The retailer where you buy mattresses will confirm this, and will point to the warranty as being voided if you try otherwise. The *individual* coiled mattress will form a wave-like pattern on the mattress rendering it unusable, if put on a slat surface.
      If it's really an issue, wouldn't a sheet or two of plywood fix this?
      Probably doesn't even need to be plywood. It could be whatever is cheapest that's shaped like plywood like MDF or OSB or whatever is cheaper.
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    • anwbear wrote:
      May 5th, 2017 6:27 pm
      everyone here buying mattresses from ikea or elsewhere? if so where?
      Costco!
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    • death_hawk wrote:
      May 5th, 2017 6:34 pm
      If it's really an issue, wouldn't a sheet or two of plywood fix this?
      Probably doesn't even need to be plywood. It could be whatever is cheapest that's shaped like plywood like MDF or OSB or whatever is cheaper.
      Sure, that works. I'm just alerting you guys to this, before an expensive mattress is ruined. I would also point out it's CHEAPER to buy a box with the mattress. My Malm costed me over $200, while a box would have costed me an extra $60. Adding plywood for the mattress, good luck finding an exact size for it, but you have the option of getting more pieces of wood to make it completely flat although I wouldn't go this route either.
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    • anwbear wrote:
      May 5th, 2017 6:27 pm
      everyone here buying mattresses from ikea or elsewhere? if so where?
      Costco has very cheap sealy posteritics or whatever they call it, but they have no shipping options. You can rent a van from home depot for under $50 for a few hours if you really needed to.
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