Split Beds & Mattresses
Split Bed Dimensions
With split bed mattresses, there is no one fixed dimension. The size depends on the specific split mattress type. You could have a split king bed, in which case the dimensions would be 76 inches by 80 inches, with the width divided between the two mattress sections. This is the most common option when it comes to split beds. However, you can get twin beds in other large sizes, with the California king split bed being a great alternative if you want more space.
Have you ever had one of those nights when you sat up unable to sleep because the bed just didn’t feel right for you? Maybe it was too flat, or too hard. It could be that your beloved partner was all over your side. Either way, it gets in the way of a good night’s rest.
Well, problems like these are what split beds exist to solve. They allow you and your partner to customize your sleep experience without separating you.
Who Are Split Beds Made For?
Split beds are meant for couples with different sleeping styles and needs. A great example here is when one has a condition that requires elevation, but the other does not. More commonly, split beds are for couples who have different preferences regarding the firmness of their mattress.
Pros of Split Beds
- They facilitate different sleeping needs without separating you as a couple.
- They are available in a variety of sizes.
- They offer adjustable support.
Cons of Split Beds
- Split beds need split mattresses to work; and vice versa.