Room Size for beds and mattresses
This post was last updated on October 5th, 2020 at 10:03 pm
How to Choose a Mattress for your room size
When trying to find the right mattress size to fit the needs of you or your family, these are a few things to have in mind. The complete size charts you can consult here. What is very important in buying Beds and Mattresses online is the room they’re going to end up in. Time for a clear and easy overview of the needed room size for beds and mattresses.
How to choose the correct size of mattress in 3 steps:
- If you’re planning on buying a more spacious bed, make sure you know your current bed’s dimensions or its commercial name. You wouldn’t want to shop for a larger option and accidentally choose the same type.
- If you’re moving, measure the room that you’ll be sleeping in, upfront! It isn’t optimal to have a too big mattress for the room; it needs to be used. You’ll have issues moving around the room, placing all necessary furniture, and your space will look stuffed…
- Your company determines the size of your bed: who will be sleeping in it? If it’s just you, you are good to go with a Double. But, if you have a spouse, kids, or pets, you might want to opt for a larger option such as Queen. A King bed is the ultimate comfort size if your room can accommodate it.
Now you know the 3 most important parameters that determine the choice of your bed and mattress, let’s go back to the size of your room. As indicated in point nr 2 you need to measure the room size for beds and mattresses.
The minimum size of a bedroom should be around 10 by 10 inches or 3 by 3 meters.
These dimensions are for daily use of your bedroom; we’re not talking about a guest bedroom or a small room with a bunk bed for occasional sleepovers.
A room of 12 by 12 feet or 3.6 by 3.6 meters can house any regular sized bed with enough space around it to move and put furniture.
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