How to measure bed size

How to measure bed size

There are approximately a dozen different bed sizes, which are measured by the dimensions of the mattress that a bed will hold. The smallest are usually crib or toddler beds and twin beds, and these two sizes may come in small, long, and extra-long sizes. Full and queen beds are two of the most commonly used by individual adults as well as couples, and king-sized beds are the largest available in most areas without ordering a custom bed and mattress.

Cribs and toddler beds are two of the smallest bed sizes on the market. In most cases, both are the same dimensions when it comes to the mattress size, although the crib has railing while the toddler bed may not. These are typically take a 28-inches wide by 52-inches long (about 71 centimeters by 132 centimeters) mattress; however, there are some less-common crib and toddler bed sizes that are slightly wider yet a little bit shorter. These are often marketed as space-saving cribs or compact toddler beds.

Twin size beds can generally hold a mattress between 35 and 39 inches wide (about 88 centimeters by 99 centimeters) and 75 to 80 inches long (190 centimeters by 203 centimeters). The standard twin bed varies in size by country, and these beds are also available in a small, long, and extra-long version in many markets. They are generally most popular for younger children, teenagers, and young adults; in most cases, it is incredibly difficult for more than one person to sleep in a twin-sized bed.

A full bed, often referred to as a double bed, and queen-sized beds are two of the most commonly sold in many countries. A double bed is usually about 55 inches wide (139 centimeters) and between 74 and 79 inches long (187 centimeters by 200 centimeters). In the UK, a smaller version is available, which is typically 48 inches by 78 inches (121 centimeters by 198 centimeters). Queen bed sizes, which are known as wide double beds in Japan, are usually between 60 and 63 inches wide (152 centimeters and 160 centimeters) by 78 and 80 inches long (198 centimeters and 203 centimeters).

The largest mass-produced bed sizes on the market are the king, known as the super king in the United Kingdom, and California-King beds. The former is usually between 71 and 76 inches wide (180 centimeters and 193 centimeters) by up to 80 inches (203 centimeters) long, depending on the manufacturer. A California King is usually about the same in width as the standard, although it is generally longer, between 81 and 84 inches (205 centimeters and 213 centimeters), making it ideal for those who are naturally tall.

In addition to length and width options, the depth of beds also vary, usually among twin, double, and king beds. While there are no standard mattress depths, many range from 9 to 14 inches (appx. 23 to 36 cm) in depth. Those marketed as “deep” or “extra deep” beds generally fit those beds with a depth up to 24 inches (appx. 61 cm). Pillow top mattresses also provide an additional layer to the top of the bed, and can be even thicker than those extra deep mattresses. Consumers are advised to check their mattress sizes and depth before purchasing any bedding.

How to measure bed size

Bed frames are available to fit king, queen, double or twin size mattresses. The correct way to measure bed frame dimensions is by using a measuring tape to measure the length and width of the mattress area. The length is measured from the top center edge to the bottom center edge and the width is measured from the far left center edge to the far right center edge of the mattress.

Assembling a bed frame is a fairly simple process. It starts by connecting the side frame rails to the headboard and floorboard of the bed frame. These rails should be connected on both sides of the bed creating a rectangular pattern for the mattress to sit into. Both side rails are also connected with middle board rails that keep the mattress from sagging in the center.

There are several types of bed frames to choose from. Most frames are made of wood or steel and come in many designs and colors. It is important that the bed frame dimensions match the size of the mattress. This will ensure the mattress fits easily into the bed frame area after it is installed.

A bed frame will normally outlast a mattress. These frames are made from durable material that can hold the weight of multiple people in a bed. A mattress is more likely to wear out faster because it is made from soft fabric material that wears out over time.

It is important to remember that king size mattresses have two bed frame dimensions. This type of mattress is either a standard king or California king size. A standard king measures 76 inches (1.93 meters) wide by 80 inches (2.03 meters) long and a California king is 72 inches (1.83meters) wide by 84 inches (2.13 meters) long.

Canopy beds have long posts at each corner of the bed frame. These posts are connected with canopy rails that have material draped over them. The bed frame dimensions for a canopy bed typically include both the bed rail size and the canopy rail size.

Queen beds require a wider mattress than standard double beds. The frame dimensions of queen beds are 60 inches (1.52 meters) wide by 80 inches (2.03 meters) long. This type of mattress is wider than a standard bed and is the same length as a standard king size mattress.

It is important to remember bed sizes when buying sheets and bed skirts for mattresses. The bed skirt is a special type of linen that covers the sides of a box spring mattress. Bed skirts come in many sizes to match most bed frame dimensions.

Accessories such as truck bed covers, bed liners, and certain nerf bars require knowledge of your truck bed measurements to ensure proper fitment. Follow these simple instructions to determine the length of your truck bed:

How to measure bed size

Place your measuring tape at the bulkhead of your truck bed.

How to measure bed size

Moving along your bed rail, extend the measuring tape to the inside edge of the top of your tailgate. Record the measurement in inches.

How to measure bed size

Divide the number of inches by 12 to determine the length of your truck bed in feet. Your bed length is the number of feet and residual inches (i.e. 5’8")

Pro Tip

Keep in mind that most bed manufacturers round their bed sizes up, so just choose the option closest to your measurement. With this information, you’ll be able to choose the correct accessories to fit your truck bed.

EXAMPLE CONVERSION CHART

FORD F-150 BED SIZES

Short Bed Actual Length: 67" | Advertised Length: 5’7"

Standard Bed Actual Length: 78.9" | Advertised Length: 6’7"

Long Bed Actual Length: 97.6" | Advertised Length: 8"

RAM 1500 BED SIZES

Short Bed Actual Length: 67.4" | Advertised Length: 5’7"

Standard Bed Actual Length: 76.3" | Advertised Length: 6’4"

Long Bed Actual Length: 98.3" | Advertised Length: 8"

CHEVY & GMC 1500 BED SIZES

Short Bed Actual Length: 69.3" | Advertised Length: 5’8"

Standard Bed Actual Length: 78.8" | Advertised Length: 6’6"

Long Bed Actual Length: 97.8" | Advertised Length: 8"

CHEVY COLORADO & GMC CANYON BED SIZES

Short Bed Actual Length: 62.7" | Advertised Length: 5’2"

Long Bed Actual Length: 74" | Advertised Length: 6’2"

TOYOTA TUNDRA BED SIZES

Short Bed Actual Length: 66.7" | Advertised Length: 5’7"

Standard Bed Actual Length: 78.7" | Advertised Length: 6’7"

Long Bed Actual Length: 97.6" | Advertised Length: 8"

TOYOTA TACOMA BED SIZES

Short Bed Actual Length: 60.3" | Advertised Length: 5’2"

Standard Bed Actual Length: 73.5" | Advertised Length: 6’2"

* NOTE: Sizes listed for the 2021 models. This table is for examples and reference only. It does not contain all the bed lengths available for the trucks listed.

In our measuring guide, you can find how to take the dimensions of your mattress or duvet correctly so you can order the right size of bed sheets or duvet cover to fit perfectly. Sheet sizes vary depending on the type of bedding needed. Are you looking for flat or fitted sheets? Some bed sheet sizes can also be up to your personal taste. Find all the details you need to order the correct size for your new bedding set.

How to measure bed size

What Is the Standard Size of Sheets?

Enjoy custom made sheets for all standard bed sizes available on the US market. ALETTA SMIT™ HOMEWARE has assembled an extensive collection of North American bedding sizes available online.

You can select any desired bed sheet dimensions, whether you choose from the linen size chart or provide us with specific dimensions. For instance, you can look up what the full size sheet dimensions are for both full flat and fitted sheets. Do you own an oversized bed? You will be happy to know that Alaskan, Texas, and Wyoming King beds are also covered. You’d only need to measure the size of the mattress to request fitting oversized bed sheets.

Custom Bedding’s linen size chart is integrated into the online ordering tool to make your shopping easy and smooth.

Measurements for all products are depicted as follows:

Width x Length for flat sheets and duvet covers

Width x Length x (mattress) Depth for fitted sheets

ALL OF OUR PRODUCTS ARE MADE TO ORDER.

How to Check Fitted Sheet Sizes?

How to measure bed size

To get your perfect fitted sheet size, all you need to do is to enter the measurements of your mattress only. This is why measuring for a custom fitted sheet is very simple. Take these 3 steps:

  1. Measure the width of the mattress (W)
  2. Measure the length of the mattress (L)
  3. Measure the depth of the mattress (D)

For your convenience, use a measuring tape, get a pen and a piece of paper. To measure the width, stretch the measuring tape across the mattress from the bottom right corner to the bottom left corner. To get the length, place the tape at a top bed corner, where the headboard is. Then, stretch it towards the footboard to meet the bottom bed corner. This is the length of your fitted sheet. To take the depth (or thickness), measure the distance between the top of the mattress and its bottom. This dimension determines how deep the pockets of your fitted sheet should be.

However, if you have a mattress pad or topper, you would have to enter the total height of the bed. The extra padding would surely add a few inches on top of the bed. You might need some deep pocket sheets. Don’t worry about determining the fitted sheet depth. We will do that for you and also allow for shrinkage of the fabric.

How to Take the Right Dimensions of Flat Sheets?

When it comes to dimensions of flat sheets, they are mostly up to your taste – you need to specify only the desired length and width. Keep in mind that these measurements should extend over the size of your mattress.

How much would you like your custom flat sheet to drape? Maybe you want to tuck it all in or let it hang freely? Add those inches twice to the width of your bed, as the flat sheet will cover both sides of your mattress. For the length of the flat sheet, you’d need to consider if you need it to go all the way over the footboard or not.

Now that you have calculated the length and the width of your flat sheet, you are good to go. Then, use the ordering tool to:

  1. Enter the desired width of the top/flat sheet
  2. Enter the desired length of the top/flat sheet

To calculate the price for a top sheet, please enter the desired width and length (first width (W), then length (L)) of the sheet itself.

How to Measure Sheets for a Round Bed Mattress?

Circular shaped beds require custom round bedding that matches their shape and size. How to measure the round mattress, though? First, you’d need to get the size of the diameter right.

The length and width are the same in this case. Then, check the thickness of the round bed. For example, round King beds usually have a diameter of 87”, and their thickness is anywhere between 10” to 12”.

Do you need a flat sheet for your round bed? Think about how much you’d like it to drop over the mattress. Keep in mind that the ultimate shape of a top sheet for a round bed is square.

For the fitted round sheet, you have to enter the same number for length and width, which stands for the diameter. Then, fill in the depth of the round mattress. This number will show our team your fitted sheet depth.

What Size Duvet Cover Do I Need?

How to measure bed size

If you are shopping for custom duvet covers, you’d need to know the size of your insert, either duvet or comforter. The ordering tool will ask you for two dimensions: length and width. These numbers stay for the length and width of the duvet.

  1. Measure the width of your duvet or comforter.
  2. Measure the length of your duvet or comforter.

When you enter the width and length of the insert, the ordering tool will automatically calculate the price of the fitting duvet cover. We will estimate the final dimensions so it can fit perfectly. Also, we cut and sew the fabrics with shrinkage in mind.

Online Price Calculator for Custom Bed Sheet Sizes

Through our website, we provide our customers with a unique way to order customized bedding: simply enter the desired measurements for your bedding and the online calculator for custom sizes will directly provide you with a price for your customized bedding. You will not need to contact us to obtain quotations like with most other web sites. We manufacture bed linen for rectangular as well as round and odd-shaped mattresses.

Shrinkage of the Fabric and Sheet Sizes

Cotton is a natural fiber, and as such, it will suffer a certain amount of shrinkage, typically about 2-5% upon initial washing and drying cycles. When manufacturing products, we allow for such shrinkage and cut the fabric a little larger so that your linen shrinks to the correct size when you first wash it.

Our crate bedding is specifically designed to fit the majority of dog crates made by Midwest, Precision, Four Paws and others. Our dog crate beds are available in the 6 most popular crate sizes.

Our Size Guide is as follows: (XS) 18″, (S) 24″, (M) 30″, (L) 36″, (XL) 42″ & (XXL) 48″. This measurement is the length of the crate, which is the longest side. There are no standard sizes for dog crates; the width and height of crates vary in every collection from every manufacturer. But our unique pattern accommodates the small variances in size, so you don’t have to worry whether your Cratewear will fit.

To determine the correct Cratewear size for your dog crate bed, all you need to do is simply measure the length of the crate from front to back and refer to our size guide. It’s that easy!

Please Note: The X-Small crates vary from 18-22″ in length. Our X-Small Cratewear was made to fit the 18″ crate, which is more proportionate. It will fit a 22″ crate, but the cover and pad will be slightly short. We do not suggest sizing up to a Small 24″ Cratewear set, which would be too big overall.

Size / Weight

Recommended Sizes

Examples of Breeds

X-Small
18″L x 13″W

Most Cats, Yorkies, Chihuahuas, Pomeranians, Maltese, Papillons

Fat Cats (you know who you are), Shih Tzus, Pugs, Dachshunds, Poodles, Boston Terriers, Miniture Pinschers, Bichons Frises, West Highland Terriers, French Bulldog, Lhasa Apsos, Havanese, Pekingese, Chinese Cresteds, Brussels Griffons

Beagles, Miniature Schnauzers, Shetland Sheepdogs, Cavalier King Charles, Scottish Terriers, Cairn Terriers, American Staffordshire Terriers

Boxers, Bull Dogs, Cocker Spaniels, Welsh Corgis, Bassett Hounds, English Springer Spaniels, Australian Shepherds, Sharpeis, Wheaten Terriers, Bull Terriers

Labrador Retrievers, Golden Retrievers, German Shepherds, Rottweilers, Doberman Pinschers, Siberian Huskies, Weimaraners, Collies, Vizslas, Airedale Terriers, Rhodesian Ridgebacks, Standard Poodles, Border Collies, Chow Chows

Alaskan Malamutes, Bernese Mountain Dogs, Great Danes, Old English Sheepdogs, St. Bernards, Weirmaraners

Setting Up Cratewear Bedding

Please keep in mind that there are no standard dog kennel or cage sizes. Our bedding has been designed to accommodate the majority of crates. For the best fit:

  • Place the bumper in the crate first. Start by attaching the Velcro around the back corners of the crate. Make sure you attach the Velcro above a horizontal bar. This will prevent it from sliding down. Don’t worry if the bumper is short, the crate pad will fill in any extra space. Depending on the size of your crate, the bumper may or may not come all the way to the front edge.
  • Next, place the mattress/pad in the crate.
  • Now you’re ready to put on the crate cover. All seams should be in the back of the crate not on the top. Crate covers provide privacy and security dogs appreciate.

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Caring for your Crate Bedding Set

For your convenience the following information encompassing our entire line can also be found on the product care label located on every Pet Dreams dog bed. If you have any questions about caring for or washing your dog bed please don’t hesitate to contact us and we’ll be happy to respond ASAP!

Sleepezz Dog Beds & Mats

The entire bed can be washed and dried according to label instructions below

Classic
MACHINE WASH
IN COLD WATER
WITH MILD DETERGENT
TUMBLE DRY LOW HEAT
REMOVE PROMPTLY

DO NOT BLEACH
———————————-
Fabric Content:
65% Poly/ 35% Cotton
Sherpa/Fill: 100% Polyester

Plush & Designer
MACHINE WASH
IN COLD WATER
WITH MILD DETERGENT
TUMBLE DRY LOW HEAT
REMOVE PROMPTLY

Cratewear Dog Bedding Set

Entire set can be washed and dried according to label instructions below

Classic
MACHINE WASH
IN COLD WATER
WITH MILD DETERGENT
TUMBLE DRY LOW HEAT
REMOVE PROMPTLY

DO NOT BLEACH
———————————-
Fabric Content:
65% Poly/ 35% Cotton
Fill: 100% Polyester

Plush & Designer
MACHINE WASH
IN COLD WATER
WITH MILD DETERGENT
TUMBLE DRY LOW HEAT
REMOVE PROMPTLY

Ortho-Bliss Orthopedic Memory Foam Beds

The decorative cover can be washed and dried according to label instructions (below). However, memory foam is not washable

Waterproof
DO NOT WASH

DO NOT BLEACH
———————————-
Fabric Content:
100% Polypropylene
Fill: 100% Memory Foam

Replacement Pet Bed Covers

The entire bed cover can be washed and dried according to label instructions below

Classic
MACHINE WASH
IN COLD WATER
WITH MILD DETERGENT
TUMBLE DRY LOW HEAT
REMOVE PROMPTLY

Plush & Designer
MACHINE WASH
IN COLD WATER
WITH MILD DETERGENT
TUMBLE DRY LOW HEAT
REMOVE PROMPTLY

Waterproof
MACHINE WASH
IN COLD WATER

GENTLE CYCLE / LINE DRY

Donut Style Bumper Dog Beds

Cover and pillows can be washed and dried according to label instructions below

Plush
MACHINE WASH
IN COLD WATER
WITH MILD DETERGENT
TUMBLE DRY LOW HEAT
REMOVE PROMPTLY

DO NOT BLEACH
———————————-
Fabric Content:
100% Polyester
Fill: 100% ECO-Friendly Recycled Plastic Bottles

The queen is one of the standard mattress sizes. Although specific dimensions can vary by brand, a typical queen-size bed measures 60 inches wide by 80 inches long. As you can see from the table below, the queen is considered a mid-level mattress size.

Mattress Size Dimensions (Width x Length)
Twin 38″ x 75″
Twin XL 38″ x 80″
Full 53″ x 75″
Queen 60″ x 80″
King 76″ x 80″
California King 72″ x 84″

Because these mattresses are so common, most bed frame manufacturers carry products to accommodate queen-size models.

Queen Mattress Variations

In addition to the standard queen size, mattress and bed frame shoppers can choose from a few queen variations.

  • Short queen: This size is best suited to RVs and guest rooms, as well as people who find standard queens too long. A short queen usually measures 53 inches wide by 60 inches long.
  • Olympic queen: The Olympic queen offers more width than a standard queen, which may be better for some couples. This size typically measures 66 inches wide by 80 inches long.
  • California queen: This size is longer than a standard queen and may be the best option for exceptionally tall people. California queens generally measure 60 inches wide by 84 inches long.

A custom queen may be more suitable than a standard queen depending on your height, your bedroom’s dimensions, and whether you sleep with a partner. The downside is that the bed frame you want may not be readily available in any of these sizes, in which case you’ll need to find a new model or opt for a more expensive custom-size frame.

Queen Size Beds

A queen-size bed frame’s dimensions will accommodate a mattress that measures 60 inches wide by 80 inches long. However, the frame itself will take up more room. The amount of extra space needed will depend on the specific frame model. In some cases, the frame will only be two to three inches wider and/or longer than the mattress, but a queen-size frame can potentially measure up to 75 inches wide by 90 inches long.

Bed frame height is another consideration. Including the legs, a standalone platform bed typically measures 10 to 14 inches tall. Add a headboard and posts, and the height will probably increase to 40 inches or taller. Before choosing a bed frame, measure your bedroom (or the room where you plan to use the frame) to ensure you have sufficient space.

Also, double-check your mattress warranty. Many mattress warranties list explicit requirements for bed frame materials and dimensions. The distance between slats is a common restriction; some manufacturers will void the warranty if the mattress is used on a frame with slats measuring more than two or three inches apart and damage to the bed occurs. The warranty may also prohibit certain bed frame types.

Types of Bed Frames

Common types of bed frames include:

Platform

A platform bed is an elevated surface designed with evenly spaced slats made of wood or metal. Most queen-size platform beds have four legs, as well as a fifth leg in the center for added support; many mattress warranties require at least five legs for a queen-size model.

Unlike traditional beds, platform beds do not require a boxspring or foundation. You may place the mattress directly on the platform bed. If the slates are too far apart, though, this can cause your mattress to sag excessively.

Sleigh

Sleigh beds get their name from their curved headboards and footboards, which resemble the shape of classic sleighs. Most sleigh beds are made of solid wood and have a slatted surface to support the mattress. Sleigh beds generally have shorter legs, leaving eight inches or less between the rails and the floor. Typical dimensions include a headboard of 35 to 50 inches tall, and a footboard of 15 to 30 inches tall.

You should use a boxspring or foundation for your mattress if you choose a sleigh bed. For many sleigh beds, the slats are not spaced closely enough to accommodate a mattress and meet warranty requirements. If the slats are too wide, the mattress will begin to sag and lose support over time.

Poster

As the name implies, these beds are constructed with a tall post at each of the four corners. The most common type is the four-poster bed, which features tall posts that usually measure 60 to 80 inches tall from the floor. You can also select a low-poster if your bedroom has relatively low ceilings.

Poster beds also include a headboard and footboard. On standard poster beds, all four posts will share the same height. On models known as half-poster beds, the headboard posts will be roughly twice as tall as the footboard posts. Another variation is the canopy bed, which connects all four posts with a fabric covering that may also include curtains for extra privacy.

You should use a boxspring or foundation with your mattress on a poster bed. As with sleigh beds, the slats on most poster and canopy beds are spaced too far from one another.

Storage

A storage bed is equipped with drawers on one or both sides. You can use these compartments to store pillows, bedding, and other belongings. These beds can be quite handy if your bedroom is somewhat small and you’d like to conserve floor space.

Bed Frame Type Platform Sleigh Four- Poster Canopy Storage
Features Slatted base;
May include headboard and footboard
Curved headboard and footboard Headboard and footboard with 4 corner posts Headboard, footboard, and 4 corner posts connected with a canopy Slatted platform base with headboard;
Storage drawers on 1 or 2 sides
Number of Legs 4+ with center leg support 4 4 4 4+ with center leg support
Boxspring or Foundation Needed? No Yes Yes Yes No
Avg. Height 10″ to 14″ 35″ to 50″ (headboard)
15″ to 30″ (footboard)
60″ to 80″ 60″ to 80″ 40″ to 55″ (headboard)
Avg. Price Range (Queen) $300 to $700 $500 to $1,000 $400 to $800 $700 to $1,300 $400 to $800

Our list of bed frame types is not exhaustive. When shopping for a new bed frame, you’ll be able to choose from a wide range of styles. However, it’s important to note that some other bed types are rarely available in a queen size.

Take, for example, the day bed. These beds have a plush surface encased in a three-sided steel frame; one of the lengthwise sides is left open, allowing you to use the surface as a sofa during the day and a bed at night. Day beds are versatile and space-efficient – but they’re rarely available in larger than a full or double size. The same is true of trundle beds, which feature a standard bed frame equipped with a spare mattress that can be pulled out using a side drawer.

How to measure bed size

The truck bed of a pickup truck makes for a one-of-a-kind vehicle, allowing for unmatched versatility. Whether you seek to help your friend out during a move or store tools when you go camping on weekends, a pickup truck bed is useful for aiding with all sorts of situations.

Prior to planning your weekend campout or buying a new sectional, it’s important to measure your truck bed and understand its cargo capacity. Some truck accessories require specific sizing to be properly installed, including bed rails, truck bed covers and tool boxes . You don’t want to order an expensive tonneau cover, only to find out that it doesn’t fit your particular truck bed length.

If you’re looking to utilize your pickup truck to its maximum potential, we’ve compiled a clear and simple step-by-step guide on how to measure a truck bed.

Learn more on properly measuring your truck bed below.

Step 1: Measure Truck Bed Width

The width of a truck bed is determined by the distance between the inside of the side-wall to the other inside side-wall of the truck bed. Measuring your bed’s width is important if you want to haul wide items or purchase a crossover tool box.

Start by grabbing a measuring tape that extends beyond 10 feet. Position the tape measure so it fits in between each side-wall, then record the number of inches shown. You should always make sure that the tape measure is straight and balanced, not bent.

As an extra precaution, or if you are unsure, measure twice.

Step 2: Measure Truck Bed Length

Now, it’s time to measure your bed’s length. The length of a truck bed is determined by the distance between the inside of the bulkhead and the inside of your tailgate.

Have your tape measure on hand and make sure your tailgate is up. Then, position the tape measure so that it fits in between the inside of the bulkhead and the inside of your tailgate. Record the number of inches shown.

Once again, make sure that the tape measure is straight and not bent. Don’t count any exterior portions of the truck.

Step 3: Calculate Square Footage

To get the square footage of your bed area, multiply your width and length measurements. For example, if your truck bed is 60 inches wide and 80 inches long, the area of the truck would be: 60 x 80 = 4800 inches (400 sq. ft.).

When Bed Measurements Differ

You may notice that the actual length of your truck bed differs from the advertised length for your vehicle model. This doesn’t mean you are bad at measuring! It’s common for the true bed length to vary slightly from the stated advertised length.

Review the table below for some common variances:

Vehicle Type Bed Type Actual Length Advertised Length
Chevy Colorado Short Bed 62.7 in. 5’3” (63 in.)
Chevy Colorado Long Bed 74.0 in. 6’2” (74 in.)
Chevy Silverado Short Bed 69.3 in. 5’9” (69 in.)
Chevy Silverado Standard Bed 78.8 in. 6’7” (79 in.)
Chevy Silverado Long Bed 97.8 in. 8’2” (98 in.)
Dodge Ram Short Bed 67.4 in. 5’7” (67 in.)
Dodge Ram Standard Bed 76.3 in. 6’4” (76 in.)
Dodge Ram Long Bed 96.3 in. 8’0” (96 in.)
Ford F-150 Short Bed 67.1 in. 5’7” (67 in.)
Ford F-150 Standard Bed 78.9 in. 6’7” (79 in.)
Ford F-150 Long Bed 97.6 in. 8’2”(98 in.)
Ford F-250 Short Bed 81.8 in. 6’10” (82 in.)
Ford F-250 Standard Bed 98.0 in. 8’2” (98 in.)
Ford F-350 Short Bed 81.8 in. 6’10” (82 in.)
Ford F-350 Standard Bed 98.0 in. 8’2” (98 in.)
GMC Canyon Short Bed 62.7 in. 5’3” (63 in.)
GMC Canyon Long Bed 74.0 in. 6’2” (74 in.)
GMC Sierra Short Bed 69.3 in. 5’9” (69 in.)
GMC Sierra Standard Bed 78.8 in. 6’7” (79 in.)
GMC Sierra Long Bed 97.8 in. 8’2” (98 in.)
Nissan Frontier Short Bed 59.5 in. 5’0” (60 in.)
Nissan Frontier Standard Bed 73.3 in. 6’1” (73 in.)
Nissan Titan Short Bed 67.1 in. 5’7” (67 in.)
Nissan Titan Standard Bed 78.9 in. 6’7” (79 in.)
Nissan Titan Long Bed 84.0 in. 7’0” (84 in.)
Toyota Tacoma Short Bed 60.3 in. 5’0” (60 in.)
Toyota Tacoma Standard Bed 73.5 in. 6’2” (74 in.)
Toyota Tundra Short Bed 66.7 in. 5’7” (67 in.)
Toyota Tundra Standard Bed 78.7 in. 6’7” (79 in.)
Toyota Tundra Long Bed 97.6 in. 8’2” (98 in.)
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King beds are among the widest of all bed types and are ideal for spacious master bedrooms or for individuals that require the extra space to move when resting. In total, King beds provide the same amount of space as two Twin Beds placed side by side.

King Size Beds have an overall length of 80” (203 cm) and width of 76” (193 cm). King Size Beds have an overall area of 42.22 ft2 (3.92 m2). King Size Beds typically have mattress thicknesses in the range of 9”-12” (22.9-30.5 cm).

King beds are among the widest of all bed types and are ideal for spacious master bedrooms or for individuals that require the extra space to move when resting. In total, King beds provide the same amount of space as two Twin Beds placed side by side.

King Size Beds have an overall length of 80” (203 cm) and width of 76” (193 cm). King Size Beds have an overall area of 42.22 ft2 (3.92 m2). King Size Beds typically have mattress thicknesses in the range of 9”-12” (22.9-30.5 cm).

King Size Bed

Details

*Under Development*

US: 76″ x 80” | 193 cm x 203 cm
Master bedrooms, couples with kids and/or pets

Similar Beds by Country:
UK: 180 cm x 200 cm (Super King)
Australia:
183 cm x 203 cm (King)
New Zealand:
183 cm x 203 cm (Super King)
Continental Europe:
180 cm x 200 cm (Super King)
Scandinavia:
180 cm x 200 cm (Swedish Double)
Japan:
170 cm x 195 cm (King)
China:
182 cm x 212 cm (King)
Thailand:
183 cm x 198 cm (King)
Singapore:
183 cm x 191 cm (King)
Brazil:
193 cm x 203 cm (King)
South Africa:
183 cm x 188 cm (King)