Bed in Lagos Nigeria.
In a common language. Bedframe is a piece of furniture framework for holding a mattress, typically for sleep or rest. The size of the frame depends on the size of the mattress and vice versa.
Mattress Sizes and Dimensions Guide: What Size of Mattress should I buy?
Mattress sizes can be quite confusing. Standard bed sizes are based on standard mattress sizes, which vary from country to country. In addition, two mattresses with the same nominal size may still have slightly different dimensions, due to manufacturing tolerances, amount of padding, and support type. However, Nigerian manufacturers have standard sizes and knowing the difference between them can help you choose the right one for your home. What we need majorly from you is the size of the mattress, including the height, and not just the name. Below is a guide to explain the different sizes available whichever metric that you use.
Baby Cot or Toddler Foam Mattress measures 2ft wide by 4ft long.
Small Single Bed, also called Student Mattress: It is the smallest mattress available in the Nigerian market apart from the toddler foam. In addition, it measures 2ft 6 inches wide and 6ft 3 inches long. In decimal, 2.5ft wide by 6.25ft long, or in inches; 30 inches wide by 75 inches long. People also call this size Two and half by six feet.
Standard Single Bed: is the wider version of Student Mattress. It is 3ft wide by 6ft 3 inches long. In decimal, it measures 3ft wide by 6.25ft long and in inches; 36 inches wide by 75 inches long. Some people also call this twin size.
Double Bed People also call this size “four and half by six feet“. It has a dimension of 4ft 6 inches wide and 6ft 3 inches long. In decimal, it measures 4.5ft wide by 6.25ft long. Likewise in inches 54 inches wide by 75 inches long. As new houses get smaller, buying a double frame is a good way to save space in your room. If a queen size is a little too big, a double can easily sleep two people but might just feel slightly more compact if you are used to a larger platform. Some people also call this full size.
Queen Size Bed is the most popular bed size for couples. Measuring 6ft wide, 6ft 3 inches long. In other words 6ft wide by 6.25ft long in decimal format. In inches it has a dimension of 72 inches wide by 75 inches long. This is more than enough space for the average couple. Furthermore, this size is also known as 6 by 6 bed
King Size Bed measures 7ft wide by 6ft 3 inches long, that’s 7ft wide by 6.25ft long. Or in inches 84 inches wide by 75 inches length. It is the widest mattress in the Nigerian market that is big enough to accommodate more than two people with loads of extra spaces. In addition, it is a perfect family size and also very popular among people that are tall and would like extra leg room to stop their feet dipping off the end. If you have the luxury of a large room and love the extra space when you go to bed, then the king size would be the best option. However, people also refer to this size of mattress as a 7 by 6 mattress.
Standard bed sizes are based on standard mattress sizes, which vary from country to country. Hence you can inform us of the size of mattress you are buying and we would build a frame that will match your mattress. Kindly specify the exact dimension and not just the name. For example, Eastern King, Emperor and Caesar are names while 200cm x 200cm, 215cm x 200cm and 245cm x 200cm are their dimensions. What we need is the dimension of the mattress and not just the name. Furthermore, always include the height of the mattress in the dimension.
Thickness of mattresses in Nigeria varie from 4 inches to 24 inches. We recommend a minimum height of 8 inches for adults, 6 inches for children. However, the thickness you choose all depends on your preference.
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