Which Is Bigger Full Or Double Mattress

Which Is Bigger Full Or Double Mattress?

January 15, 2009
In the Bedroom

Commonly asked and even more commonly confused are the full-size mattress and the double size mattress. Both have been around for years but are the full and double size mattress the exact same size, or is one bigger than the other?

You might be surprised to learn that the Full and Double mattresses are exactly the same size. Both measure 54 inches wide and 75 inches long. Not too confuse you anymore but sometimes these two mattress sizes are referred to by yes one more name, a standard size.

Today it is rare to see adult couples purchasing these for their master bedroom sets. Instead, most households that have full or double size mattresses in them can be located in the kids’ room or the spare bedroom. Whatever you want to call it a full, double, or standard size this mattress is still one of the most popular of the four standard mattress sizes sold in the United States and is made by virtually every mattress manufacturer.

The full-size mattress and boxsprings and are made by great companies like Simmons, Symbol, and Campbell. All mattresses have varying measurements of thickness, which often range from 5 inches to nearly 20 inches thick. Firmness levels are as varied as the colors of the rainbow and can be purchased in the firmest hardest designs you could ever imagine or the cushiest most cradling pillow tops ever dreamed up.

Find a full-size mattress by contacting a bedroom store or calling 1-636-296-8540.

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