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    IKEA Mattresses

    If anyone is going to know the answer to this, it will be on this forum.

    I want to buy an Ikea Mattress set. What I am really after is the Atna box Spring, because it uses coil springs and not the wood foundation of the hard z shaped metal. However, I have a tight fit coming up the stairs to get the mattress into my bedroom.

    Does the Atna box spring have rigid sides, or no? If it does not, I should be able to compress it enough to get it to make the corner over the bannister. If it does have a solid/stiff side wall, then I can't do it. I am too tall to move down to a double. But I dont want to spend $1500 bucks on a custom one!

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    People still buy beds with coil springs? Why?
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    Re: IKEA Mattresses

    I suggest buying a memory foam bed that doesnt require springs... as mouf suggest... in his way..... OR if your dead set on traditional mattress setup then go with a King. They have Twin Sized box springs, so that may be able to clear when stood straight up.....
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    I wouldn't be able to get the king mattress up the stairs - let alone fit it in my bedroom!

    Ive pretty much tried them all. Hate the memory foam, air beds are little better. I find the box spring makes a much bigger difference than the mattress itself.

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    Re: IKEA Mattresses

    Quote Originally Posted by Paradigm View Post
    I wouldn't be able to get the king mattress up the stairs - let alone fit it in my bedroom!

    Ive pretty much tried them all. Hate the memory foam, air beds are little better. I find the box spring makes a much bigger difference than the mattress itself.

    I have put my king into many small places, the mattress comes rolled up so rolling is no issue. However if it doesnt fit in your room... shrug. Never noticed much a difference from the box spring. Why dont you go to IKEA or mattress store and look?
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    Buy a latex mattress. chiros recommend them. DO NOT buy a select comfort!!!!!!!

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    I bought my mattress from Sleep Country. Not only did they deliver it to my house, but they also took away the old one.

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    IKEA is the "Walmart" of the furniture world. It would be best to avoid them if you can.

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    ^Yes absolute rubbish!


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    But... most mattress stores no longer offer box springs that still have springs in them. Why of all places Ikea does, I don't know. But it does. Otherwise, I would have to order from a custom mattress manufacturer. And we are talking $700 versus $1700.

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    IKEA is a horrid lil store. Avoid their products!

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    Re: IKEA Mattresses

    There's no IKEA in my city, but I have been to the one in Calgary. it's an interesting store with a lot of cool things, but I just wouldn't buy furniture from there.
    There's a similar store here called JYSK. It's described as the poor man's IKEA
    Last edited by SaskGuy; October 19th, 2013 at 07:55 PM.

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    Re: IKEA Mattresses

    IKEA stores are just good to look at and get ideas from. I agree with all who say : Stay Away from Products

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    You get what you pay for at Ikea. It is inexpensive and honest.
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    Re: IKEA Mattresses

    Yeah, it's not like I am interested in longevity. It only has to last a couple of years at most.

    For what it is worth - it has a wooden side frame. Has springs, but has the frame, thus not compressible, thus, not going to fit up the stairs.

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    Re: IKEA Mattresses

    I've got some ikea stuff which has been used 20 years. I'm no precious novelty-queen.
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