Full size loft beds, also called a double bed, is wider than a double bed by 15 inches. The length of a double bed is almost the same as a double bed, however, and 5 inches shorter than a double bed. There are some disadvantages and advantages over the width of a full-size bed. The width of a full-size bed is 54 inches. That’s 5 inches to less than a queen size, but more than a double bed. The length of a standard full-size bed is 75 inches, but there are extra-large full-size beds that are 80 inches long.
One of the advantages of a full size loft beds is that a person can sleep comfortably. Another is that leaf systems are cheaper than double bed systems. For small rooms where a double bed will not fit, a double size bed is a better option. In addition, many bed frames are adjustable to fit a double bed if you decide to upgrade to a double bed in the future. Full-size mattresses can fit through narrow staircases and corridors, while queen-size or large double beds can not.
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Two people sleeping in a full-size bed only have 27 inches of sleep space, which is 12 inches less than what a person has on a double-bed mattress. Also, the length of a standard full size loft beds can not offer enough space for some taller people.