Different Bed and Mattress Sizes
What mattress size should I get?
This usually depends on how many people will sleep on the bed and their body size. Most single sleepers will find the twin size adequate; but if you’re extra tall, you may want to go with a Twin XL mattress. If you have the extra space in your bedroom and would like to spread your tentacles in all directions, you can also opt for the luxury of a full-size mattress.
What size bed fits in a 10x10 room?
A queen-size bed is approximately 5 feet wide and 7 feet long. In a 10 x 10 bedroom, that gives you approximately 2 1/2 feet either side of the bed and 3 feet at the foot of the bed to walk around. You will agree that that is not a lot. This is why we are hesitant to recommend anything bigger than a full size of Queen size bed for a 10 x 10′ bedroom.
What size bed is best for couples?
This would depend on several factors like your budget, the size of your bedroom, your body size and how much personal space you want to have around you when you’re asleep. If smaller is better, you can go for a full size of Queen -sized mattress. If bigger is better, you can pick up king-sized (also known as Easton King size) or California king size bed.
Can a king size bed fit in a 10x12 room?
A standard King size bed with a wooden frame can be about 7 feet wide and 7 1/2 feet long. If you place the 7 foot side of the bed along the 12 foot side of the room, you will have approximately 2 1/2 feet either side of the bed. That way, you will have 2 1/2 feet of walking space at the bottom of the bed. This is probably just enough for the nightstands, but not enough for a chest of drawers. If you have separate closet space, yes you can place a king size bed inside a 10 x 12 room; however if you want to have other furniture inside your bedroom, a king-size bed will really cramp up the space. If you want a king-size bed, from furniture and your bedroom to look nice, we recommend you go for a room size of at least 12′ x 14′.