ikea lycksele sofa bed

(10 Posts)
Franchini Sun 17-Nov-13 21:01:34

anyone got one and are they any good? thanks

Preciousbane Mon 18-Nov-13 18:45:38

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Franchini Wed 20-Nov-13 20:13:38

Great thanks

BrownSauceSandwich Sun 01-Dec-13 14:42:54

Agree with precious. We've got the double, and it's a good spare bed, fine as occasional seat in our study, but would be a crap everyday sofa.

TheFantasticFixit Sun 15-Dec-13 00:11:04

Yup, agree with other posters. Fine as spare bed, actually pretty comfortable but as a sofa it's pretty crap to be honey, literally made for perching!

desperateDog Fri 18-Jul-14 09:12:12

Guys S.O.S.!
I have a crazy flatmate and I want to get the hell away from him.
Anyway, he claims that I have damaged his LYCKSELE.
Please, can anyone tell me if the back of this sofa-bed is supposed to lean forward or not?
Extra info: Normally, LYCKSELE has two plastic pieces that cover the joints on the back of it (back when it is a sofa). In my case they are missing (and I was not the one to lose them :P)
Please, give me some feedback, I don't want to run to IKEA for this psycho...
Thank you very much!

I gave mine away on the local fb for sale page as I was sick of looking at the ugly lump but no, it did not lean forwards at the back.

wowfudge Tue 29-Jul-14 20:11:18

Can you get the missing bits replaced at Ikea? Next to customer services they have a sort of back office/workroom with lots of spare bits and pieces. Worth your flatmate asking and tell him it wasn't you that lost them. Has it def been folded up correctly?

I got the chair bed off eBay - total bargain and very pleased with it for small bedroom also used as a study.

ouryve Tue 29-Jul-14 20:17:41

Agree with others. We've recently got rid of one. It was good as a sofa for the kids, as there was no cushions to lose stuff behind. Too hard to be a comfy seat, though. I managed to sleep on it when I was in my 30s, but in my 40s, more recently, I needed an extra topper on the mattress.

ouryve Tue 29-Jul-14 20:19:14

And no, definitely no leaning forwards!

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