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Queen Mattress Vs. Full: Which Should You Choose?

Queen Mattress Vs. Full: Which Should You Choose?

This blog will discuss the contrasts between a queen mattress and full mattress, helping you decide which one is right for you.

For folks shopping for a new mattress, one of the first decisions to make is mattress size. While some sleepers prefer to spread out and sprawl on a king mattress, a smaller bed like a queen or full is perfectly suitable for many individuals and couples. Some mattress buyers prefer queen or full mattresses because the smaller size makes cozy bedrooms look more spacious, or they simply do not want a bed that is quite so large. If you have opted for a queen mattress or full, how do you choose between the two? What are the major differences? This blog will discuss the contrasts between a queen mattress and full mattress, helping you decide which one is right for you.

Full/Double Mattress

The standard size for a full mattress, also called a double, is 54 inches wide by 74 inches long. Slightly smaller than the queen mattress, a full bed is an excellent option for growing teens, young adults, or solo sleepers. Although the narrower width can be tricky for some couples, smaller couples who do not mind snuggling up can sleep just fine on a full bed. One of the benefits of full mattresses is that their bed linens and other accessories can be cheaper and easier to find than their queen-sized counterparts. Also, they work very well in smaller bedrooms.

Queen Mattress

A standard queen mattress measures 60 inches wide by 80 inches long, a full six inches longer in length and width than a full bed. Many couples enjoy sleeping on queen mattresses because of their larger size, and taller sleepers may find the extra six inches of length incredibly necessary. Queen mattresses are one of the most popular sizes on the market, meaning that although they are slightly more expensive, linens and accessories are still easy to find. Because a queen mattress is bigger (and heavier), they are better suited to larger bedrooms than full mattresses are.

Which Should You Choose?

While the decision is entirely up to you, there are a few things you can glean from this blog to help you arrive at a determination on mattress size. If you or your sleeping partner are particularly wide or tall, consider opting for a queen mattress. However, if you sleep alone or with a petite partner, you might be better off with a full. Bedroom size can be another big factor, so it can help to use a tape measure to visualize what your new full or queen mattress might look like in your room. A queen mattress can provide a luxurious and liberating sleeping experience even if you are petite or sleep alone, so why not spring for the larger size? No matter what size you choose, Sleepwell has a wide selection of mattresses to give you a great night’s sleep.

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