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Everything you need to know About Mattress Sizes and Dimensions

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  • January 15, 2018
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Selecting the right bed size 

Choosing a mattress can be a tricky decision and choosing the right mattress size, even trickier. You wouldn’t want to put a dent in your pocket, only to realize you picked the wrong one. People may wonder what the big deal is in buying something so ordinary. However, for those who value the quality of their sleep, a mattress contributes substantially to your health and productivity. A good night’s rest helps you wake up fresh and tackle your day with renewed energy. But an unsuitable mattress could lead to backache, sleep deficit, irritability and declining energy levels.

Before you begin to worry, allow us to guide you into making the right mattress selection. Whether you sleep alone, with children, a loved one or even a pet, we will break down the mattress terminology and the various mattress measurements to help you pick up the one most appropriate to you.  

Before making a decision about the mattress, it is necessary to know some facts about your bed. A bed should be comfortable and inviting, but if you are having problems with sleep then it may be time to change the size of your bed. You may need to upgrade to a twin, a full or a larger bed. Bed sizes vary from king size to queen size, full beds to twin beds and there are even beds for toddlers or bunk beds to save on space.

Picking the right mattress

King size bed measurements typically measure 76 inches by 80 inches, whereas the measurements for a queen size bed will be 60 inches by 80 inches. Full size beds which are also known as double beds measure 54 by 75 inches. Standard twin beds or single beds are 39 inches by 75 inches. Selecting the right bed is also a part of the mattress buying process.

Once you have selected the bed or decided to keep your old one and are looking to changing your mattress, you will need to follow some guidelines, lest you pick the wrong one. Each mattress company has their own standard mattress sizes and this can prove to be confusing at times. The below mentioned data has been collected from mattress experts and will ease your worries when you decide to buy a new mattress.

Twin mattress

A twin size mattress is best suited for a child or a young adult and is the smallest mattress size available.  The dimensions for this are 38 inches wide by 75 inches long. Taller adults could also look at another option in the same category, which is Twin XL. This is the same width but 5 inches longer at 38” W x 80” L.

Queen size mattress

Queen size mattress dimensions typically are 60 inches wide and 80 inches long. This is one of the more popular sizes sold. This mattress offers sufficient space for couples who enjoy spreading out while sleeping.

Full/Double mattress

A full size mattress is also referred to as a standard double bed mattress and is 54 inches wide and 75 inches long. This is ideal for single sleepers who like to sprawl out on their beds or couples who have a shortage of space.

King size mattress

The dimensions of a king size mattress are 76 inches wide and 80 inches long. This mattress offers plenty of room for couples who like to spread out, as well as some extra space for those who like to have their pets on the bed with them, or even a child in between. A king size bed however requires a spacious bedroom. For people with different sleeping patterns or those who prefer different mattress types, one can also order two Twin XL mattresses.

Bunk bed mattress

The dimension for a mattress for this is 39 x 75 inches. This is usually used in a kids’ room to save on space.

Single bed mattress

A single bed mattress is for one occupant and is ideal for people living alone or for a kids’ room. The mattress measures 36 x 75 inches.

Keep your body weight in mind

Mattresses vary in sizes, thickness and quality. Another important factor to keep in mind is your body weight when selecting a mattress. People of lighter weight can opt for a mattress of less thickness, but one which will offer the same support as a standard height one. Mattresses also need to be selected depending on the bed size, which again will be determined by the room size. The above mentioned mattress size chart should be able to give you clarity on what you need to pick up for a good night’s sleep.

Now that you're familiar with mattress sizes and dimensions, maybe it's time for you to select the perfect mattress for yourself! Explore luxury mattresses at Snoozer

 

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