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Bed size guide

Choosing the right size bed is really important. Whether you want a single or fancy a luxurious super king, take the time to check out the measurements of the styles you like before you buy.

Select a size to find out more and take a look at our guide to buying the right size bed.
  • Single (3"0)

    W 90cm * L 190cm

  • Small double (4"0)

    W 120cm * L 190cm

  • Double (4"6)

    W 135cm * L 190cm

  • King(6"0)

    W 150cm * L 200cm

  • Super king(6"0)

    W 180cm * L 200cm

Choosing the right size bed

When it comes to quality of sleep and the style of your bedroom, bed size can make a real difference. Comfort should be your priority. With plenty of space to stretch out, roll around and starfish in total comfort. If you’re buying a young child’s bed, remember they’ll need room to grow. In terms of style, the wrong size can impact on the design of a room. Too big and the room can feel overcrowded. Too small and the bed will look out of place. It needs to be just right.
The big question. Will it fit?

No one wants the headache of a bed that either won’t fit or won’t work in the space. So before you buy, follow these points...

Check and double check the dimensions of the bed

The overall external dimensions of a bed frame are usually bigger than the mattress. For some beds, like sleigh beds with big curving ends, the overall footprint can vary significantly. While for simpler styles, the mattress may go all the way to the foot end.

Top tip: if you’re tall, remember that double beds are only 190cm (that’s 6”3) and king size is 200cm (or 6”6) in length. So a bed with a low foot end may be best.

Check the space of your room

Remember to allow for things like skirting boards and door frames when planning how you want to set up the room.

Top tip: use sheets of newspaper to mark out how much floor space will be taken up by the bedroom furniture you’re planning. It’ll give you a clear picture of the remaining space and how workable it is.

Check the headboard height

If the bed is going under eaves, a high headboard may restrict how far back the bed can go against the wall.

Check where the sockets are

It’s worth seeing if plug sockets will be in the right place for things like bedside lamps, alarm clocks and phone chargers.

And finally, check the access

This is probably the most important thing to check. Will the items you want fit up the stairs and around balustrades and banisters? While most beds are self-assembly, some headboards are extremely large. It’s always better to double check than have the hassle of an item that won’t fit.
Found your ideal frame? It’s time to pair it with the perfect mattress. Our handy guide will help you choose the right one.