Video:Full Vs. Queen Bed Sizeswith Coral Nafie
Full size beds and queen size beds are similar in size but not exactly the same. here are the difference between full and queen bed sizes.See Transcript
Transcript:Full Vs. Queen Bed Sizes
Full Bed SizeDouble beds (also known as full) are only 15" wider than a single bed, leaving only 27" of sleep space for each of two adults. At 75" long, a Full size bed may be too short for some taller adults. Overall dimensions are: 54" wide and 75" long. Width per person is: 27". Pros: A Full Bed fits into smaller rooms. It is perfect for a single sleeper who is under 5'5" tall. Sheets are less expensive than queen or king size. Cons: A Double bed maybe narrow for 2 adults and too short as well.
Queen Bed SizeQueen size beds are 21" wider and 5" longer than a Twin bed and 6" wider and 5" longer than a Double size bed. Though this extra width and length can make all the difference in getting a good night's sleep, each adult still has 9" less of width than if they each slept in a twin bed. A Queen bed works well for guest rooms and small master bedrooms and is a good choice for couples who like to snuggle. Overall dimensions are: 60" wide and 80" long. Width per person is: 30".
Queen Bed Pros and ConsPros: A queen size bed gives 2 adults more space than a double. The extra 5" length works well for most adults. Sheets and blankets are easy to find and cost less than king bedding. Cons: With only 30" of personal space for each person (only 3" more than a Double), a Queen may be too narrow for everyday sleeping for a couple. Some bedding is sold as "Full/Queen" and doesn't really fit either full or queen perfectly. Check bedding dimensions to be sure that it will fit comfortably. Standard size pillows or queen pillows work well.
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