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The Ikea OPPDAL Bed a multi-function bed frame ideal for rooms where space is limited.

Pros

Allows you to efficiently use the space under your bed

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Perfect bed for a guest room

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Simple contemporary design works well in most rooms

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Pretty easy to assemble and disassemble

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Great storage options.

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Available in two finishes

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Cons

May not be sturdy enough for some people

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This bed is murder on your knees. After a year, I still bruise myself on a weekly basis.

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Ikea half slats are pretty ineffective

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The finish can come off over time

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The Ikea OPPDAL Bed a multi-function bed frame ideal for rooms where space is limited. It does not come with a headboard but it can be purchased additionally. You will also need to purchase the SKORVA midbeam and mattress to complete the bed. It has 4 large drawers perfect for storing pillows, sheets or other bedroom items. Since the frame is adjustable it can be used with mattresses of varying sizes. 

  • IKEA OPPDAL Bed Frame & Headboard Assembly Instructions

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Materials

  • Main parts: Particleboard, Foil, ABS plastic
  • Drawer bottom: Fiberboard, Fiberboard, Acrylic paint
  • Midbeam: Galvanized steel
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Insomnia
01/29/2013 06:52

I think this bed is great, has a few design flaws IMO though. I'll talk about the cons first. The storage is great but you should definitely take into consideration the amount of space the bed will take if you want to use the drawers. One issue I would change is the possition of the drawers. The drawers are located at the very head of the bed with two drawers each side. This makes it difficult to have a side tabe and unless you are like me and have long arms the drawers will not be able to open all the way without hitting the side table. Ikea chose to leave an empty space at the foot of the bed which if I was designing would have put there drawers closer to the foot of the bed to allow for a side table etc. I also have the optional headboard which I love the look and storage on the side. I dont like how the headboard and the bed just press up against each other leaving a gap from your mattress and the headboard allowing the annoying problem of your pillows falling into the abyss. Other than those two design flaws I think this bed is stylish and sturdy. I do think it would be easy to disassemble and reassemble the bed just as long as you keep track of the parts. The bed does take some time to assemble but if you've done it once the second time should be a breeze.

Insomnia

Insomnia

01/29/2013 06:54

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Anonymous

02/15/2013 10:16

Hey buddy! You have your bed backwards. There ~IS~ a space for sidetables, at the head of the bed - the flat end(you know,=where the headboard goes). The drawers are in the middle and at the foot of the bed.
You are completely right about there being do real attachment between the bed & headboard, though.

Anonymous

Anonymous

05/11/2013 07:56

Haha, you total idiot. You've got your bed the wrong way around.

Oaktowngirl
09/03/2012 09:07

has anybody gotten this bed to work with a sleep number mattress?

Anonymous
04/23/2012 09:09

This is a one time assembly unit. It weighs a ton and a half and will be close to impossible to move or reassemble in the future. The three tools that is pictured is laugh out loud funny. Your hands will asking, no begging, for an electric screwdriver with new sharp bits. A RUBBER hammer as well as a regular one. We used our old box spring so we didn't have to put the 70 slat assembly together. The two of us took a 10 min break and the total time, with the optional, headboard for assembly was just under EIGHT HOURS !!!!!! There is only one word after this nightmare...........Sleeptrain..........

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Anonymous

05/29/2012 07:24

Hi! Just wondering, what's your overall opinion of the bed? I'm looking to buy a new one and this one caught my eye. Is it worth the money? Is it sturdy? My current one is super creaky and I'd really like to avoid that. Any feedback would be great, thanks :)

Anonymous

Anonymous

06/15/2012 05:05

if it took you 8 hours to build this bed then you just suck... lol

Anonymous

Anonymous

07/08/2012 11:54

Haha, 8 hours? My toddler and I put it together in 5 just now.

Anonymous

Anonymous

04/01/2013 04:43

My 18year old and 14 year old put a queen together in 1.5 hours!!!

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Anonymous

04/10/2013 03:08

My husband and I got it down in around 3 hours :) and we used basic tools and the tools enclosed. You need more practice with assembling Ikea furnitures my friend!

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