A mattress size chart for U.S. mattress dimensions is available online at multiple websites, such as Serta, the Better Sleep Council, and The Bedding Experts, according to Internet search results. U.S. mattresses have standard sizes according to classification.
A chart of mattress sizes in the United States is available on CSGNetwork.com. The chart contains height and width information for each size, along with the amount of space per person. Comments for each size include extra information. More detailed descriptions of each ...
The standard sizes for adult mattresses are twin, full, queen and king. A longer alternative to the standard king-size bed is the California king. Crib and toddler size mattresses are for use in children's beds.
There are nine mattress sizes available, according to the Better Sleep Council. In addition to the standard twin, twin extra-long, full, queen, king and California king mattress sizes, there are also special mattresses for futons, cribs and toddler beds.
A full mattress is 54 inches wide by 75 inches long. Depth varies based on the mattress. The original name for a full mattress was a double.
A double or full-size mattress is about 53 inches wide and 75 inches long. If two people share a double mattress, each individual has a space about 27 inches wide, which is about the same width as a crib mattress.
The standard size of a twin mattress is 39 inches by 75 inches, while a full mattress is 54 inches by 75 inches. A queen mattress is 60 inches by 80 inches. A king mattress, also called an eastern mattress, is 76 inches by 80 inches, according to Bedding Experts.