The dimensions of a standard queen-size bed skirt are typically 60 inches wide and 80 inches long with a drop measurement (length from top of box spring or foundation to the floor) that varies. The usual drop length is 15 inches, and some bed skirts have an adjustable drop.
A queen-size bed is 60 inches wide and 80 inches long. These dimensions are 6 inches wider and 5 inches longer than a double or full-size bed.
A queen-size bed measures 60-inches by 89-inches. Queen-size is recommended for two adults or one person who enjoys stretching and spreading out while sleeping.
The standard size for a twin bed is 39 inches wide by 75 inches long; for a double bed, 54 inches wide by 75 inches long and for a queen bed, 60 inches wide by 80 inches long. An extra-long twin measures 36 by 80 inches.
A queen-size bed is 80 inches long and 60 inches wide. It is the top-selling mattress size in the United States. A queen mattress is 6 inches wider and 5 inches longer than the next smallest size, which is full.
A queen-size bed is 60 inches wide and 80 inches long. It is 5 inches longer than standard full and twin-size beds. The width is designed to accommodate two sleeping adults, while the longer length can accommodate someone who is taller than average.
A standard king-size bed is 76 inches wide by 80 inches long. This mattress size is the widest size commonly available in the United States.
A standard fitted queen-size sheet measures 60 inches by 80 inches, while a standard flat queen-size sheet measures 90 inches by 102 inches. It may be necessary to measure the mattress before deciding on what size sheets to buy.
A queen-size quilt is typically narrower than a king, but the length is often the same. The short-drop queen-size quilt is 86 inches wide and 93 inches long, the king-size 104 inches wide. The long-drop queen-size quilt is 102 inches wide and 112 inches long, the king-size 120 inches wide.
A full-size bed measures 54 inches wide by 75 inches long. The full-size bed is sometimes referred to as a double bed as well. This was the common couples bed in the 1960s or 1970s, due to rooms being built much smaller then.