FAQs About Queen-Size Beds
What are the dimensions of a queen-size bed?
A queen-size bed is one size larger than a full-size bed and one size smaller than a king-size bed. A standard queen-size bed measures 60 inches wide by 80 inches long. In comparison, a full-size bed is 54 inches wide by 75 inches long, and a twin-size bed is 39 inches wide by 75 inches long. To learn more about mattress sizes, be sure to check out the Mattress Buying Guide.
How deep is a queen-size mattress?
Queen-size mattresses do not have a standard depth. Like mattresses for all other bed sizes, the depth of a queen mattress can vary from 9 inches to 16+ inches.
Do queen beds come in other sizes?
Three non-standard queen bed sizes exist. Olympic or expanded-size queen beds are 66 inches wide by 80 inches long, which is 6 inches wider than standard queen beds. California queen beds measure 60 inches wide by 84 inches long. It’s the same width as standard queens but 4 inches longer. The split queen, a size often used for adjustable beds, is the same width and length as a standard queen bed, but the mattress is split into two separate parts, each one measuring 30 inches by 80 inches.
Will all queen sheets fit all queen beds?
Most fitted queen sheet sets are only made to fit standard-size queen beds that measure 60 inches by 80 inches and are no more than 15 inches deep. Order Olympic, California, and split queen sheets specifically to ensure your sheets will properly fit those mattress sizes. Some companies also manufacture queen sheets with extra-deep pockets that are made to accommodate mattress sizes up to 22 inches deep.
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