Mattress Size Information
Sometimes buying a new mattress means buying a new size. Be careful not to buy a mattress that's too small for your needs. While it may save you a few dollars now, you'll end up paying for it later. Make sure there is plenty of room for you and your sleeping partner, especially if one of you tends to move a lot throughout the night. Need a little more advice? Read below for a better explanation on the sizes we offer. And, always remember, you can call us at 1-800-324-5150 to speak with a trained staff member that is waiting to help you!
Twin - Daybeds and guest rooms quite often take advantage of the space savings that comes with a Twin mattress. However, for most people, a Twin mattress is too small. They can be great for younger kids, but once they start to grow, they might need more room.
Twin XL - Dorm rooms commonly have Twin XL mattresses. They're a great way to save space, just like a Twin, but offer a bit more length for adults. Two Twin XLs pushed together equal a King and can be a versatile option for changing sleeping situations.
Full - Also known as a Double, Full beds provide more room for a single person to sleep, but not really enough for two. When divided in half, each person would only have 27 inches...that's the same size as a crib. The Full mattress is also only 75 inches tall, which can be too short for taller people.
Queen - If you're concerned about space in your master bedroom, a Queen size mattress might be perfect for you. Many people also prefer a Queen mattress if they like a lot of room when they sleep alone. It's the smallest width mattress (at 60 inches) that is longer than a Full or Twin. This makes it also a great choice for growing teens and tall adults.
King - The best choice for couples that don't have to worry about a smaller bedroom is a King mattress. It's the equivalent of sleeping on two Twin extra long mattresses and gives each person their own space without having to sleep on the edge. It's also a great choice for parents...so their kids can crawl into bed with them on those scary nights.
California King - If you're tall and are sick of your toes hanging off the end of your mattress, a California King might be what you're looking for. It's four inches narrower than a regular King, but it provides four more inches in length. It makes a great option for someone that needs the length as well more room (a foot!) than a Queen provides.
Now that you have an idea of what size will work for you, select your mattress size below and start shopping:
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