Mattress & Bed Sizes

Sometimes choosing the right mattress and bed size can be difficult. Hopefully this chart can help you make the perfect choice for you. 

*Please note: King size is the same as Eastern King (E.King) or Standard King size mattress/bed.

 

 

 


 

 

 


 


Size Dimension Optimal For:
Twin 38"W x 75"L Kids that have outgrown their cribs and single adults living in smaller apartments. It's also great for daybed or bunk bed.
Twin XL 38"W x 80"L Kids and taller adults and those who want to use an adjustable bed frame
Full (Double) 54"W x 75"L Good for a single sleeper or someone with children or pets and couples that do not require a lot of leg room.
Full XL 54"W x 80"L More than enough for single sleeper and for couples that need more leg room but can not accommodate queen size due to bedroom limitations.
Queen 60"W x 80"L Frequent choice and a perfect size for most couples that do not need a lot of sleeping space. If you plan to sleep alone this is more than enough.
King or Eastern King 76"W x 80"L Great choice for couples who want maximum personal sleeping space. Check our room dimensions scale guide to ensure it will fit in your bedroom.
Split King (Same as King) (2) 38"W x 80"L Couples (with varying mattress preferences), Sleepers who want to use an adjustable bed frame. Same overall dimensions as a King 76"W x 80"L.
California King 72 x 84 4 inches longer but 4 inches narrower than a standard king type. Good for taller individuals.

 


 

Queen size

To fit a Queen size bed, your room should be at least 10’x10’. The following scaled images can give you an idea of the footprint a Queen size bed / mattress will take up in both a 10×10′ bedroom and a 12×12′ bedroom.

 

 


 

King

 To fit a King size bed or California King size bed, your room should be at least 12’x12’. The two images below will give you a good idea of how large a King size mattress / bed is in relation to a 10×10′ room and 12×12′ room.

 

Credits: Sleepoplis and Sleep Advisor

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