The difference between a Twin XL full can be confusing. So what’s the difference? and a
Well, a is longer than a Full by 5 inches; however, it is more narrow by 16 inches. A full is therefore wider by 16 inches, but shorter by 5 inches. A is more suitable for a and ; such as tall teenagers, adults that sleep alone and like compact sleeping beds, or who live in smaller spaces, such as a studio or small one bedroom. A full is better for adults who like to have a bit more space, and who are preferably under 5 feet and 9 inches tall.
What is a Twin XL size?
A is 38 inches wide x 80 inches long. In comparison, a is the same width (38 inches), but it’s 5 inches shorter, 75 inches. A is great for kids, beds and single sleepers who are under 5’9.
A is best for taller teenagers, single adults or anyone with limited space.
At Overstocksheetclub, we offer a wide range of beautiful . Our sheet sets include: 1 Twin XL 39” x 80” x 16”, 1 Twin Flat Sheet 69” x 100”, and 2 Queen Pillowcases 20” x 28”.
The is 1 inch longer than the to allow extra space for pads and toppers, as well as thicker mattresses.
- Good for:
- Tall teenagers
- College students who live in dorms or studios
- Single adults who like to sleep in a small or who have small bedrooms
- Longer by 5 inches than a full size
- Cheaper than bigger size mattresses
- Only good for one person
What is a Full size?
A full is 54 inches wide x 75 inches long. A full size is great for young adults, couples who like to cuddle or spoon, and guest bedrooms. Keep in mind, a full is best for individuals who are under 5'9.
At Overstocksheetclub, we offer a wide range of beautiful full bedding. Our sheet sets include: 1 Full 54” x 75” x 16”, 1 Full Flat Sheet 92” x 100”, 2 Queen Pillowcases 20” x 28”.
- Great for teenagers and single adults who are under 5'9
- Good for couples who like to cuddle and spoon each other
- Good for singles who move around in
- Not as good for tall people, or anyone over 5'9
- Takes more space in a room than a Twin XL
Depending on your space, budget, and whether you sleep alone or with someone, you might want to consider different size beds. Here are / measurements that might be useful for you to know about:
A (also called a ) is 38 x 75 inches. They're the smallest standard . They're great for kids. If your kids share a room, getting a for them can be a great option! beds are two beds stacked on top of each other. They are functional if your kids sleep together, because it takes less space in a room than two beds side by side. The size of a Standard, Single or Twin is 75 inches x 39 inches x 65 inches. So you'll want to use mattresses to fit onto the .
Twin XL size mattresses are 38 x 80 inches. They have an additional 5 inches in length compared to a regular twin, so it's a great option when your kid is a bit older and growing too tall for a . A Twin XL can also be a good option for a teenager.
*Note that twin sheets and twin xl sheets are the same. Whether you have a regular or a , you'll want to get twin xl sheets.
A Full (also called ) is 54 x 75 inches. A full size is better for a teenager who moves around; however, it is shorter than a Twin Xl so it's not as good for a tall person. Both options are great for smaller spaces such as studios or small one bedroom.
A is 60 x 80 inches. A is great for adults who sleep alone, have a mid-size bedroom, or like to cuddle with their partners.
A is 76 x 80 inches. A is great for couples who move around a lot, who like more space in , and who have kids or pets who take up space. beds are suitable for families.
A (also called ) is 72 x 84 inches - 4 inches narrower than a regular King, but 4 inches longer. So if you're more than 6 feet tall, or you share a with a taller person, you might want to consider a .
A have two Twin XL mattresses (38 x 80 inches).
Split Cal King
There's also Split mattresses. Split California Kings are (also called Split ) two Twin XXL mattresses (36 x 84 inches).
We at Overstocksheetclub offer sheet sets for all , including Twin XL, Full, Queen, King, , , Split , Split Top Queen, and Split Top King.
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