I recently purchased one of the Hemnes daybeds, spent a laborious 6 hours assembling it, only to lie down in it and wake up four hours later with a pounding headache, swollen throat, and congested lungs. Then I realized - what's that smell?
It was the bed.
It was (and is) emitting some kind of awful paint or glue smell that not only makes me sick every night but makes my entire room stink. Ikea's "return" policy ought to be renamed because they make it nearly impossible for you to actually return anything!
Now I'm out $450 and stuck with a toxic bed! Thanks, Ikea!