IKEA Mattress Reviews

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Based on 3,063 verified customer experiences from 8 unique sources.

 

What You Need to Know about IKEA Mattresses

Mattress Types and Components:

  • IKEA offers a total of 14 different mattress models. These include innerspring, hybrid, foam, memory foam, latex, and latex and foam mattress types.
  • First, let’s look at the six innerspring and hybrid IKEA mattresses that are currently available for purchase:
    • Jömna: The Jömna is designed with a fiber-based comfort layer and a bonnell coil support core. The cover is woven from a blend of polyester and rayon. IKEA has discontinued the Jömna, but this mattress is still available in select sizes on IKEA.com, as well as on Amazon.com.
    • Haugesund: The Haugesund is an innerspring mattress constructed with a polyfoam comfort layer and a pocket coil support core. The cover is woven from a blend of polyester and rayon.
    • Haugsvär: The Haugsvär is a slightly thicker version of the Haugesund, with a polyfoam comfort layer, a pocket coil support core, and a polyester-and-rayon woven cover.
    • Hesstun: The Hesstun features a polyfoam comfort layer with mini-pocket coils, as well as a pocket coil support core. The cover is woven from a blend of polyester and rayon.
    • Hjellestad: The Hjellestad is a hybrid mattress featuring a comfort layer with memory foam, polyfoam, fiber fill, and mini-pocket coil components. It is also designed with a pocket coil support core, and a cover woven from a blend of polyester and cotton.
    • Holmsbu: The Holmsbu hybrid design has a comfort layer constructed from gel memory foam, polyfoam, and fiber fill components, as well as two mini-pocket coil layers. This mattress also features a pocket coil support core, and a cover woven from a blend of polyester and cotton.
  • Next, let’s discuss IKEA’s eight foam, memory foam, latex, and latex and foam mattresses:
    • Matrand: The Matrand is available in two different designs. The first design — advertised as Matrand Latex — features a comfort layer constructed from synthetic latex and a polyfoam support core. The second design, Matrand Memory Foam, features a memory foam comfort layer and a polyfoam support core. Both Matrand models come with a cover woven from a blend of polyester and rayon.
    • Meistervik: The Meistervik mattress is features a single polyfoam layer and a non-woven polypropylene cover.
    • Minnesund: Similar to the Meistervik (but slightly thinner), the Minnesund is also constructed with a single polyfoamlayer and a cover woven from a blend of polyester and rayon.
    • Morgedal: The Morgedal features a polyfoam comfort layer and an HR foam support core. The cover is woven from a blend of polyester and rayon.
    • Morgongåva: The Morgongåva mattress features a comfort layer and support core made of 85% natural latex and 15% synthetic latex. The cover is woven from a blend of polyester and rayon.
    • Myrbacka: Like the Matrand, the Myrbacka mattress is available in two designs. The first design — advertised as Myrbacka Latex  — features a synthetic latex comfort layer and a polyfoam support core. The second design, Myrbacka Memory Foam, is constructed with a memory foam comfort layer and a polyfoam support core. Both Myrbacka models come with a cover woven from a blend of polyester and rayon.

Pros:

  • IKEA’s offers a wide selection of innerspring, hybrid, foam, memory foam, and latex mattresses in order to accommodate different sleepers.
  • Customer reviews indicate that IKEA mattresses offer above-average motion isolation and produce little to no noise.
  • The price-point for IKEA mattresses is relatively low compared to similar innerspring, foam, memory foam, and latex mattress models.
  • IKEA’s 365-night trial period is significantly longer than the trial periods offered by most competing mattress sellers.

Cons:

  • IKEA’s mattresses tend to degrade quickly compared to models with similar designs.
  • Despite the wide range of innerspring, hybrid, foam, memory foam, and latex models, all of these mattresses are rated for medium firmness or above. This may be limiting for customers who prefer a less firm sleep surface.
  • Mattress owners generally report above-average heat retention, poor edge support, and strong off-gassing odors.
  • IKEA has earned an F grade from the Better Business Bureau due to more than 700 customer complaints, including some that do not appear to have been resolved.

Products and Price Ranges: IKEA foam, memory foam, and latex mattresses are available in four sizes: Twin/Single, Full/Double, Queen, and King. IKEA mattresses vary in price based on the selected model (see the comparison table below for more details).

Customer Satisfaction Rating: 60% to 78% (varies by mattress model)
Calculated from: 3,063 customer experiences from 7 individual sources
BBB rating: F

 

IKEA Price Comparison

IKEA Pricing and Delivery Details

SizeDimensions Height Availability Notes
Twin/Single38 1/4W” x 74 3/8L”3 7/8″ (Minnesund)
4 3/4″ (Meistervik)
5 7/8″ (Jömna)
7 1/8″ (Matrand and Morgedal)
7 7/8″ (Morgongåva)
9 7/8″ (Haugesund)
11″ (Haugsvär)
12 1/2″ (Hesstun)
Not available for the Hjellestad, Holmsbu, Myrbacka Latex, or Myrbacka Memory Foam models.
Full/Double53 1/8W” x 74 3/8L”3 7/8″ (Minnesund)
4 3/4″ (Meistervik)
5 7/8″ (Jömna)
7 1/8″ (Matrand and Morgedal)
7 7/8″ (Morgongåva)
9 1/2″ (Myrbacka)
9 7/8″ (Haugesund)
11″ (Haugsvär)
12 1/2″ (Hesstun)
15″ (Hjellestad)
17 3/4″ (Holmsbu)
Queen59 7/8W” x 79 1/2L”3 7/8″ (Minnesund)
4 3/4″ (Meistervik)
7 1/8″ (Matrand and Morgedal)
7 7/8″ (Morgongåva)
9 1/2″ (Myrbacka)
9 7/8″ (Haugesund)
11″ (Haugsvär)
12 1/2″ (Hesstun)
15″ (Hjellestad)
17 3/4″ (Holmsbu)
Not available for the Jömna model.
King76W” x 79 1/2L”7 1/8″ (Matrand and Morgedal)
7 7/8″ (Morgongåva)
9 1/2″ (Myrbacka)
9 7/8″ (Haugesund)
11″ (Haugsvär)
12 1/2″ (Hesstun)
15″ (Hjellestad)
17 3/4″ (Holmsbu)
Not available for the Jömna, Meistervik, and Minnesund models.

The two tables below feature complete price breakdowns for all IKEA mattresses. The first table includes prices for all innerspring and hybrid mattresses.

SizeJömnaHaugesundHaugsvärHesstunHjellestadHolmsbu
Twin/Single$78$169$299$399N/AN/A
Full/Double$119$229$379$479$679$779
QueenN/A$249$399$499$699$799
KingN/A$349$499$599$799$899

The next table features a price breakdown for all of IKEA’s current foam, memory foam, latex, and latex and foam mattress models. Please note that the two mattresses in both the Matrand and Myrbacka categories share an identical pricing structure. 

SizeMatrandMeistervikMinnesundMorgedalMorgongåvaMyrbacka
Twin$299 $149$89$199$599N/A
Full$379 $199$149$279$799$479 
Queen$399 $219$169$299$999$499 
King$499 N/AN/A$399$1,199$599 

How Are the Mattresses Shipped?: All IKEA foam, memory foam, and latex mattresses are rolled up and vacuum-sealed for shipping; this allows them to fit inside most vehicles. The Jömna, Haugesund, and Haugsvär innerspring mattresses are also shipped in this fashion. All rolled-up mattresses will regain their full shape three to four days after they are unpackaged. The remaining innerspring models — Hesstun, Hjellestad, and Holmsbu — are not rolled up, and the packaging boxes will not fit inside most vehicles; this means that most customers will require home delivery for these models.
Where Do They Ship?: Mattress deliveries are available in the contiguous 48 states; truck deliveries to addresses in Alaska or Hawaii are currently not available.
Delivery Fee: IKEA mattress deliveries start at $99 for online purchases and $59 for in-store purchases; specific rates will vary based on the zip code of the customer’s shipping address. Customers can calculate their estimated shipping costs using a zip code aggregator found on the IKEA website.

Delivery Policy: The delivery policy for IKEA mattresses is as follows:

  1. IKEA mattress shoppers may coordinate mattress orders and deliveries online or at a brick-and-mortar IKEA store. Customers who visit physical stores have the option of taking their mattress home with them, rather than having it delivered. However, those who purchase a mattress online will not be able to pick up their order at a brick-and-mortar store.
  2. Each IKEA customer will receive an ‘estimated delivery date‘ after their purchase has been finalized; this is not a guaranteed delivery date. Order processing typically takes one to two days, although shipments may take place anywhere from four hours to five days after an order has been placed.
  3. Customer information — including the shipping address and contact phone number — cannot be altered once an order has been submitted. If customers need to adjust their delivery information, then they must cancel the current order and submit a new one.
  4. IKEA ships mattresses through third-party delivery services. As soon as the delivery provider has received a product shipment, the customer will be contacted using the phone number included in the order. Customers will typically be able to select their preferred date of delivery, although certain days may not be available. All deliveries are made between 8am and 10pm; in most cases, delivery providers will offer a more specific delivery timeframe.
  5. When an IKEA mattress is delivered, movers will place the mattress in a room of the customer’s choice. If they are unable to move the mattress into this room, then they will leave the mattress in a different room of the house or apartment. Customers should ensure that mattress movers have full access to their preferred room prior to the delivery.  
  6. An adult (18 years or older) must be present at the shipping address when the delivery is made. If no one is available to receive the mattress, then the customer will incur a re-delivery fee. According to IKEA: ‘Neither IKEA nor the 3rd party Delivery Company that has been contracted by IKEA to perform the delivery will be held responsible if you decide to hire a 3rd party contractor to accept, receive and sign the handover of items without the notations of visible defects of packaging, damaged items, or missing merchandise’.
  7. Customers may incur additional fees for the following circumstances:
    • The customer requires a specific delivery time window.
    • The shipping address does not provide access for the delivery truck.
    • Movers were unable to make the delivery due to unsafe conditions.
    • Missing pieces and/or mattress components have not been documented in the delivery note, resulting in the need for additional shipments.
  8. IKEA does not ship to P.O. boxes or air/army post offices (APOs).

Old Mattress Removal: Because they utilize third-party couriers for mattress deliveries, IKEA does not offer old mattress removal services.
Availability: IKEA mattresses are available on the IKEA website, as well as Amazon.com. IKEA also operates 42 brick-and-mortar stores across the United States. A full store listing is found online. Customers can check the availability status of specific product models using this online tool found on the IKEA website.

 

IKEA Product Specifications and Firmness

The firmness ratings and specifications of IKEA foam and latex mattresses vary by individual models. The table below features a model-by-model comparison. IKEA does not disclose all layer thickness measurements for some mattresses. Also, please note that coil counts for IKEA’s innerspring are expressed in ranges; the total coil count will depend on the mattress size of the mattress.

Product NameMattress TypeFirmness RatingThicknessSupport Core ComponentsComfort Layer ComponentsCover Components
JömnaInnerspring5 (Medium)5 7/8″Bonnell CoilsFiber FillPolyester and Rayon
HaugesundInnerspring6 (Medium Firm) or 8 (Firm)9 7/8″325 to 783 Pocket Coils 1.5 PCF Polyfoam
1.7 PCF Polyfoam
Polyester and Rayon
HaugsvärInnerspring5.5 (Medium Firm) or 7.5 (Firm)11″325 to 783 Pocket Coils 3″ 1.8 PCF PolyfoamPolyester and Rayon
HesstunInnerspring6 (Medium Firm) or 8 (Firm)12 1/2″325 to 783 Pocket Coils 1.8 PCF HR Polyfoam
1.7 PCF Polyfoam

 

Polyester and Rayon
HjellestadMemory Foam/Coil Hybrid5.5 (Medium Firm)15″475 to 783 Steel Pocket Coils 3.1 PCF Memory Foam
1.7 PCF Polyfoam
1.5 PCF Polyfoam
475 to 783 Steel Mini-Pocket Coils
Fiber Fill

 

Polyester and Cotton
HolmsbuMemory Foam/Coil Hybrid7 (Medium Firm)17 3/4″475 to 783 Steel Pocket Coils 3.1 PCF Gel Memory Foam
1.7 PCF POlyfoam
1.5 PCF Polyfoam
Fiber Fill
616 to 960 ‘Top Layer’ Mini-Pocket Coils
475 to 783 ‘Under Layer’ Mini-Pocket Coils
Polyester and Cotton
Matrand LatexLatex and Foam6 (Medium Firm)7 1/8″1.7 PCF Polyfoam2″ Synthetic LatexPolyester and Rayon
Matrand Memory FoamMemory Foam6 (Medium Firm)7 1/8″1.7 PCF Polyfoam2″ 3 PCF Memory FoamPolyester and Rayon
MeistervikFoam6 (Medium Firm)4 3/4″1.7 PCF PolyfoamNon-woven Polypropylene
MinnesundFoam6 (Medium Firm)3 7/8″1.7 PCF PolyfoamPolyester and Rayon
MorgedalFoam6 (Medium Firm) or 8 (Firm)7 1/8″1.7 PCF Polyfoam2.2 PCF PolyfoamPolyester and Rayon
MorgongåvaLatex5 (Medium)7 7/8″85% Natural Latex, 15% Synthetic LatexPolyester and Rayon
Myrbacka LatexLatex and Foam7 (Medium Firm)9 1/2″1.7 PCF Polyfoam3″ Synthetic LatexPolyester and Rayon
Myrbacka Memory FoamMemory Foam6 (Medium Firm)9 1/2″1.7 PCF Polyfoam3″ 3 PCF Memory FoamPolyester and Rayon

Firmness is rated on a scale of 1 to 10. For more information on how firmness is calculated, please visit our Mattress Firmness page.

 

Sleep Trial and Warranty Information

Trial Period and Guarantee: IKEA offers a 365-night mattress trial period.

  1. Customers who choose to return their mattress within 365 days of the original purchase will be entitled to a full refund minus delivery fees.
  2. IKEA’s ‘Love It or Exchange It‘ policy allows customers to exchange their mattress for a different model found at a brick-and-mortar store. Customers may exchange their mattress once during the original 365-night period. Original mattresses with stains or visible damage will not be eligible for exchange.
  3. Original receipts are requested for returns, exchanges, and store credits. Refunds will be issued to the card used to make the original purchase. If the customer is unable to produce a receipt, IKEA will be able to track their order using one or more of the following:
    • The credit or debit card used for the purchase.
    • The store credit number.
    • The gift card number.
    • The order number.
  4. In the event that IKEA is unable to locate the order without a receipt, the customer may choose to receive a ‘merchandise credit’ for the lowest-selling price of the mattress within the 365-night period. Another option is for the customer to locate their original purchase by completing a ‘mail check refund request’.
  5. For mattresses purchased online or over the phone, customers will have three options when it comes to returning their mattress:
    • Return the mattress to a brick-and-mortar store. Customers should print off a copy of their order confirmation to be used as a receipt. The refund will be issued on the card used to make the original purchase, so this card must be present. Customers must also bring a state-issued form of photo identification (such as a driver’s license or passport).
    • Arrange for IKEA to pick up the mattress from their current residence. These services are available Monday through Saturday between the hours of 10am and 8pm. Delivery fees may apply. Customers may be asked to submit photos if they are returning a damaged or defective mattress.
    • Complete an online form and arrange for the mattress to be shipped to the nearest IKEA store. Customers must include their order confirmation in the mattress package.

Warranty: IKEA offers a 25-year limited warranty.

  1. When a warranty claim is submitted, IKEA will — at its discretion — decide if the mattress should be repaired or replaced.
  2. A refund includes the full product cost, as well as ‘costs of repairs, spare parts, labor and travel for repair staff’. This does not include repair work that has not been authorized by IKEA. The refund is granted on the condition that the mattress is accessible for repair without additional required costs.
  3. If a customer wishes to replace a mattress that is no longer manufactured or sold, then IKEA will issue an ‘appropriate replacement’.
  4. The IKEA mattress warranty will not cover the following:
    • Damage that occurs due to improper installation or storage, including instances when the mattress is used outside or in a ‘humid environment’.
    • Damage caused by ‘impacts or accidents’.
    • Tears, cuts, scratches and other types of damage that do not occur during the manufacturing or delivery processes.
    • Normal wear and tear.
  5. Due to the construction of foam, memory foam, and latex mattresses, IKEA urges customers to use the mattress for at least one month. This will allow sufficient time for the mattress to adapt to their bodies and alleviate pressure.
  6. Although all IKEA mattresses come with a 25-year warranty, IKEA recommends replacing a mattress every eight to 10 years.
 

IKEA Mattress Sleep Ratings

For our IKEA sleep ratings, we have divided the data tables into three categories: innerspring and hybrid; foam and memory foam; and latex and latex and foam.

INNERSPRING AND HYBRID

CategoryCriteriaIKEA RatingWhat IKEA Users Say
Customer SatisfactionBased on data collection, this is an overall customer sentiment regarding IKEA’s innerspring and hybrid mattresses.60% (Haugesund, Haugsvär, and Hjellestad))
62% (Jömna)
65% (Hesstun)
71% (Holmsbu)
The Hesstun and Holmsbu mattresses have earned average to above-average customer satisfaction ratings, while the Haugesund, Haugsvär, Hjellestad, and Jömna models have earned below-average ratings. These variations are due in large part to differences in durability, thickness, and temperature neutrality.
DurabilityThe average mattress will perform for approximately seven years before it needs to be replaced.FairIKEA innerspring owners report that these models tend to degrade and sag prematurely compared to comparable mattresses; the average lifespan of IKEA hybrid mattresses is slightly longer.
Motion IsolationInnerspring and hybrid mattresses that are overly responsive will create excessive motion when someone gets up or shifts positions in bed.PoorIKEA hybrids isolate motion to some extent, but the company’s innersprings are highly responsive and produce above-average motion transfer.
SexBouncier, more responsive beds tend to be more enjoyable for sex.Very GoodCouples claim that the responsive sleep surfaces of IKEA’s innerspring and hybrid mattresses is suitable for sex.
ConformingInnerspring mattresses tend to conform less than foam or latex models, resulting in less spinal alignment and pressure relief; hybrids with memory foam will usually conform more closely. FairThe memory foam comfort layers found in the Hjellestad and Holmsbu hybrid mattresses help align the spine and relieve pressure, but IKEA’s innerspring models offer little to no conforming.
Temperature NeutralityMemory foam tends to retain more body heat and ‘sleep hotter’ than other mattress types, while innersprings generally sleep the coolest.GoodThe Hjellestad and Holmsbu are designed with memory foam and sleep hotter, but IKEA’s innersprings retain little body heat and tend to sleep cooler.
Off-gassingSome mattresses emit particles when they are unpackaged, accompanied by unpleasant ‘off-gassing’ smells that can last for days.GoodIKEA’s innerspring mattresses produce little to no off-gassing; the Hjellestad and Holmsbu produce some off-gassing that will dissipate after a couple of days.
Edge SupportThe frames of innerspring and hybrid mattresses are encased to support the springs and provide a suitable sleeping surface.GoodIKEA’s innersprings and hybrids offer edge support that is comparable to other mattress models with similar designs.
NoiseInnerspring and coil hybrid mattresses tend to be somewhat noisy due to their high levels of bounciness and responsiveness, as well as squeaky metal componentsFairIKEA’s innersprings and hybrids produce some noise due to the spring components, but the pocket coils minimize excess noise to some extent.
Ease of Moving and RotatingMost innerspring and hybrid mattresses are relatively heavy, but some can be more unwieldy than others.FairWith the exception of the Jömna and Haugesund, all IKEA innersprings and hybrids weigh at least 80 lbs.

 

FOAM AND MEMORY FOAM

CategoryCriteriaIKEA RatingWhat IKEA Users Say
Customer SatisfactionBased on data collection, this is an overall customer sentiment regarding IKEA’s foam and memory foam mattresses.62% (Meistervik)
70% (Morgedal)
73% (Matrand Memory Foam)
75% (Minnesund)
78% (Myrbacka Memory Foam)
IKEA’s Matrand Memory Foam, Minnesund, and Myrbacka Memory Foam mattresses have earned above-average satisfaction ratings, while the Meistervik and Morgedal have earned average to below-average ratings. These differences are due in part to the varying firmness and thickness of these mattress models.
Durability Foam mattresses tend to be less durable than innerspring models, and the soft sleeping surface may be prone to indentations and sinkage at the edges. FairCustomers report that foam mattresses from IKEA have shorter-than-average lifespans.  
Motion IsolationFoam mattresses usually isolate motion to a significant extent, resulting in fewer nighttime disruptions than innerspring and latex mattresses.Very GoodAccording to owners, foam and memory foam mattresses from IKEA isolate motion and significantly reduce motion transfer.
Sex Some couples report that foam mattresses are less than ideal for sex, mostly due to the unresponsive sleep surface that can create feelings of ‘fighting’ against the mattress.FairCustomer reports indicate that foam and memory foam mattresses from IKEA are less-than-ideal for sex because they have little to no bounce.
ConformingFoam mattresses are designed to conform to sleeper’s bodies, which improves spinal alignment and relieves pressure points.FairIKEA’s memory foam mattresses tend to conform more closely and relieve pressure to a higher degree compared to the company’s polyfoam mattresses. However, IKEA mattresses are firmer than many comparable models.
Temperature NeutralityFoam mattresses tend to retain more body heat and ‘sleep hotter’ than innerspring or latex mattresses.FairCustomers claim that IKEA’s foam and memory foam mattresses have above-average heat retention, causing them to sleep hotter as a result.
Off-gassingSome mattresses produce unpleasant odors known as off-gassing when they are removed from their packaging, and these smells may linger for several days.FairA significant number of owners report off-gassing from foam and memory foam mattresses from IKEA, but these odors usually dissipate within a couple of days.
Edge SupportFoam mattresses generally have minimal edge support compared to innerspring models, and sinkage may occur where people tend to sit at the edges of the bed.PoorIKEA mattress owners claim these models offer little to no edge support, particularly those that are relatively thin (such as the Minnesund and Meistervik).
NoiseFoam beds are generally much quieter than innersprings and hybrids, due in large part to the lack of potentially creaky metal components.ExcellentIKEA mattresses made of foam and memory foam are virtually silent.
Ease of Moving and RotatingFoam beds tend to be lighter than innersprings, but they need to be regularly rotated in order to preserve the conforming sleep surface.GoodFoam and  memory foam mattresses from IKEA are relatively light compared to similar models, making them fairly easy to move and rotate as recommended.

 

LATEX AND LATEX/FOAM

CategoryCriteriaIKEA RatingWhat IKEA Users Say
Customer SatisfactionBased on data collection, this is an overall customer sentiment regarding IKEA’S latex mattresses.61% (Matrand Latex and Morgongåva)
76% (Myrbacka Latex)

 

The Myrbacka Latex mattress has earned an average customer satisfaction rating, while the Matrand Latex and Morgongåva have earned below-average ratings.
DurabilityLatex mattresses are noted for being exceptionally durable, with longer average lifespans than both innersprings and memory foam mattresses.FairOwners report that IKEA’s latex and latex/foam mattresses have shorter-than-average lifespans compared to similar models sold elsewhere.
Motion IsolationLatex mattresses isolate motion to some extent, but some motion transfer is to be expected.Very GoodThe Morgongåva, Matrand Latex, and Myrbacka Latex minimize motion transfer to a significant extent.
SexThe firmness level of a latex mattress can be used to determine if how suitable it is for sex; firmer models tend to be better, while models that are less firm may be less than optimal.GoodCustomers claim that IKEA’s latex and latex/foam mattresses are more suitable for sex than memory foam models, but innersprings are still considered the best mattress for sex.
ConformingLatex mattresses are designed to conform to sleeper’s figures, aligning the spine and pinpointing pressure areas.GoodAccording to customer reviews, the Morgongåva, Matrand Latex, and Myrbacka Latex effectively align the spine and relieve pressure for most sleepers.
Temperature NeutralityLatex is naturally cool and breathable, making these mattresses a suitable option for sleepers who feel too hot on memory foam.FairThe all-latex Morgongåva tends to sleep cooler than the Matrand Latex and Myrbacka Latex, which are both designed with polyfoam support cores.
Off-gassingSome mattresses emit particles when they are unpackaged, accompanied by unpleasant ‘off-gassing’ smells that can last for days.FairIKEA latex and latex/foam mattress owners report some off-gassing that may linger for a few days.
Edge SupportDue to their construction, latex mattresses tend to have little to no edge support, and may wear down quickly as a result of people sitting on the edges.PoorThe Morgongåva, Matrand Latex, and Myrbacka Latex have little to no edge support, often resulting in sinkage at the edges where people tend to sit.
NoiseLatex mattresses feature solid cores with no springs, coils, or other metal parts — and produce little to no noise as a result.ExcellentThe latex and latex/foam mattresses made by IKEA are virtually silent.
Ease of Moving and RotatingLatex mattresses (particularly those that use Dunlop latex) tend to be somewhat bottom-heavy, but they never need to be flipped.GoodIKEA’s three latex and latex/foam mattresses weigh between 84 and 103 lbs, making them average or lighter-than-average compared to other latex-based models.
 

IKEA Customer Satisfaction Rating Comparison

IKEA Weight Comparison

What Type of Sleeper Is Best Suited for an IKEA Mattress?

Based on our customer feedback, IKEA mattresses received the following grades among sleepers of different weights and preferred sleep positions. Please note that these ratings are subjective, and that everyone has varying experiences on different mattresses. Sleeper comfort and spinal support are the most important factors when it comes to selecting a mattress.

MattressSleep PositionLightweight Sleeper Rating (Less than 130 lbs)Average Weight Sleeper Rating (130 to 230 lbs)Heavyweight Sleeper Rating (More than 230 lbs)
JömnaSidePoorGoodFair
BackGoodGoodGood
StomachFairGoodFair
HaugesundSideFairPoorPoor
BackPoorFairPoor
StomachFairPoorPoor
HaugsvärSideFairFairPoor
BackFairGoodFair
StomachFairFairPoor
HesstunSidePoorPoorPoor
BackPoorFairPoor
StomachFairPoorPoor
HjellestadSidePoorFairPoor
BackFairGoodPoor
StomachFairFairPoor
HolmsbuSidePoorFairFair
BackGoodGoodFair
StomachFairFairFair
Matrand (Latex)SidePoorFairFair
BackGoodGoodFair
StomachFairGoodFair
Matrand (Memory Foam)SidePoorFairFair
BackGoodGoodGood
StomachFairGoodFair
MeistervikSidePoorGoodFair
BackGoodGoodGood
StomachFairGoodFair
MinnesundSidePoorGoodFair
BackGoodGoodGood
StomachFairGoodFair
MorgedalSidePoorFairFair
BackGoodGoodFair
StomachFairGoodFair
MorgongåvaSidePoorFairFair
BackGoodGoodGood
StomachFairGoodFair
Myrbacka (Latex)SidePoorFairFair
BackGoodFairGood
StomachPoorFairFair
Myrbacka (Memory Foam)SidePoorFairFair`
BackGoodFairFair
StomachPoorFairFair

For more information on sleeping positions please see our guides for side, back, stomach and combination sleepers.

 

IKEA Company Information

Customer Service: 5 out of 10 owner experiences show customers have had a positive experience with Ikea, irrespective of whether or not they liked their mattress.
BBB rating: F
Company History: Ikea was founded in 1943 in Älmhult, Sweden. IKEA opened its first U.S. stores in 1985.
Physical Stores: The company currently operates 392 brick-and-mortar stores in 48 countries. These include 42 stores in the U.S.
U.S. Corporate Address:
420 Alan Wood Road
Conshohocken, PA 19428
Phone Number: 1-888-888-4532
Contact Email: Online form
Company Website: http://www.ikea.com/us/en/
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Complaints

General customer complaints about IKEA mattresses include the following:

  • Below-average durability for all mattresses, especially with relatively thin models and single-layer models.
  • Overly firm sleep surfaces that offer less conforming than comparable models.
  • High rates of heat retention in foam and latex mattresses, causing owners to ‘sleep hot’.
  • Spotty customer service and unresolved customer complaints.
 
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