Miscellaneous

How to Choose Correct Mattress Sizes

The Sunday Hill Latex Cushion Firm CollectionMattresses come in several different sizes, but many people are not aware of how to choose the proper size for their needs. The five basic mattress sizes are twin, full, queen, California king and king.

Twin beds are the smallest mattress size made other than baby crib beds. Twin mattress dimensions are 38 inches by 75 inches. They are often used for children and as guest beds in smaller spaces.

Full size beds are also sometimes referred to as double beds. They also measure 75 inches long like a twin, but their width is 15 inches wider. Full beds are great for those who need to spread out when sleeping. Many parents now purchase a full size mattress for growing teenagers since twins can be too small particularly for taller youth.

Queen beds are the most popular of bed sizes. Measuring 60 inches by 80 inches, they give the width and length that allow couples to sleep side by side. Many people purchase the queen size bed for guest rooms and smaller bedrooms.

There are two different king size bed choices, the king and California king. The California king mattress measures 72 inches by 84 while the standard king is 76 inches by 80 inches. Clearly the main difference between the two is that the king is wider and California king taller. Couples who want the most space possible can choose either size king. Taller people usually favor the California king for its extra 4 inches in length.

Mattress buyers need to make sure they measure the room where they are planning to place a new mattress. Our furniture experts are here to help you select the best mattress in the correct size for your space. Visit us today to learn more!

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