Mattress Size Guide

Selecting the correct mattress size is a critical step towards achieving a restful night’s sleep. Find everything you need with our comprehensive mattress size guide. Compare dimensions and tips to choose the right fit for your space.

Twin XL

38″ x 75″
96.5 x 188.0 cm

Minimum Room Size
7 x 10.5 ft


54″ x 75″
134.5 x 190.5 cm

Minimum Room Size
9.5 x 10.5 ft


60″ x 80″
152 x 203.5 cm

Minimum Room Size
10 x 10 ft


76″ x 80″
193 x 203.5 cm

Minimum Room Size
12 x 12 ft

Beyond the mattress’s texture and feel, size is a pivotal factor influencing your choice, as it plays a vital role in achieving a good night’s sleep. When shopping for a new mattress, the abundance of size options, along with sub-categories, can make the decision challenging. With minimal differences in dimensions between some sizes, finding the perfect fit for your needs can be a daunting task.

When searching for the perfect bed size, your bedroom dimensions and budget become pivotal considerations. Our comprehensive mattress sizes and dimensions guide will walk you through the various mattress sizes and the recommended room dimensions for each, simplifying your decision-making process. While Queen size mattresses (60” x 80”) are a popular choice for most homes, some prefer the compactness of a Full size (54” x 75”), while others opt for the spaciousness of a King (76” x 80”). Explore your options to find the ideal fit.

Other Factors to Guide Your Decision

Purchasing a mattress is an investment in your long-term health, and it involves several key considerations. Alongside choosing the right mattress, bed frames play a pivotal role in providing essential support and stability. While most mattress types (memory foam, latex, innerspring, and hybrids) come in standard sizes, factors like your bedroom’s dimensions should also influence your mattress size decision.

Who is the User?

When selecting the perfect mattress size, it’s one of the most crucial factors to consider. If you’re a solo sleeper, you can exclude king and California king options, and instead, consider queen, full, or full XL beds as suitable choices. For those who prefer more room to stretch out, we recommend queen and full XL mattresses, while full and twin XL sizes are great for space-saving needs.

However, if you plan to share your mattress with a partner or child, opting for a queen, king, or California king becomes important. If you and your partner co-sleep with your children, a king or California king provides the best accommodation.

What Size is Your Room?

Remember, your bedroom is more than just your bed. It should allow room for movement and other cozy furniture. Your bedroom serves as your sanctuary, where you unwind and recharge after a long day. An overly cramped space can lead to stress and disrupt your sleep, so it’s not advisable to place a large bed in a small room.

Where is Your Bedroom?

Handling a king or California king size mattress might pose challenges, so when purchasing a new bed, consider its size carefully. If your bedroom isn’t on the first floor, take into account the width of the stairways and the potential difficulty of moving the mattress between floors. While bed-in-a-box mattresses offer a solution to this traditional problem, some beds may still be tricky to transport.

How Much Should You Spend?

Budget is another critical consideration, as it dictates your available choices. After evaluating all other factors, take a moment to establish a practical budget. Delve into materials, explore different mattress brands, and review customer feedback to make an informed decision. Explore our range of premium Cool Gel Memory Foam Mattresses.