Bedrooms are rooms in residential buildings furnished as spaces for people to sleep. Sized proportionally in relation to a variety of standard bed sizes, bedrooms are typically desired to be individual rooms that provide a degree of privacy to their users. Bedrooms are required to have a window for light and ventilation and are typically required to provide a closet and egress to be legally considered a bedroom. Bedrooms are often decorated to reflect the personality of the user or the household. Ranging from small dormitory bedrooms to large bedrooms with attached bathrooms, commonly called master bedrooms, bedroom layouts are adaptable to many design demands.

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IKEA Solgul Crib
Size comparison illustration of the IKEA Solgul Crib with an average man and baby for scale

The IKEA Solgul Crib has two base heights and a removable single side to enable a baby to climb in or out comfortably. It has enough aeration underneath and made of durable materials that you can use in a bedroom or kids' rooms. As part of the traditional Solgul series, the IKEA Solgul Crib focuses on safety, and comfort of a baby while they are asleep and includes a conversion kit you can use when a baby can crawl to the bed. The significant downside is that it has no drawers underneath for storage as seen in other IKEA cribs.

The IKEA Solgul Crib has an overall height of 32.625" (83 cm), width of 29.5" (75 cm), and length of 53.875" (137 cm). A bed width of 27.5" (70 cm) and length of 52" (132 cm) should be used with the IKEA Solgul Crib.

Collection of drawings of the IKEA Solgul Crib with dimensions for length, width and height
The IKEA Solgul Crib has two base heights and a removable single side to enable a baby to climb in or out comfortably. It has enough aeration underneath and made of durable materials appropriate for a kid's bedroom. As part of the Solgul series, the IKEA Solgul Crib focuses on safety and comfort.

The IKEA Solgul Crib has an overall height of 32.625" (83 cm), width of 29.5" (75 cm), and length of 53.875" (137 cm). A bed width of 27.5" (70 cm) and length of 52" (132 cm) should be used with the IKEA Solgul Crib.

Collection of drawings of the IKEA Solgul Crib with dimensions for length, width and height
IKEA Gulliver Crib
Illustration comparing the size of the IKEA Gulliver Crib to an average standing person

The IKEA Gulliver Crib is a durable budget-friendly crib made of wooden dowels, screws, and assembled with Allen wrenches. It is less complicated than other cribs, hence easy to assemble, and you can build it to two different positions which will depend on a child's needs. The IKEA Gulliver Crib is small with secure frames to keep babies safe while also making it easy move it around rooms or convert it from a toddler to a daybed by lowering the mattress. Moreover, it has considerable space underneath to accommodate your legs when you want to pick a baby, and you can use it with kids' of up to two years.

The IKEA Gulliver Crib has an overall height of 32.625" (83 cm), width of 29.5" (75 cm), and length of 53.5" (136 cm). A bed width of 27.5" (70 cm) and length of 52" (132 cm) should be used with the IKEA Gulliver Crib.

Dimensioned drawings of the IKEA Gulliver Crib measuring width, length and height
The IKEA Gulliver Crib is a durable budget-friendly crib made of wooden dowels, screws, and assembled with Allen wrenches. It is less complicated than other cribs, hence easy to assemble, and you can build it to two different positions which will depend on a child's needs for up to two years.

The IKEA Gulliver Crib has an overall height of 32.625" (83 cm), width of 29.5" (75 cm), and length of 53.5" (136 cm). A bed width of 27.5" (70 cm) and length of 52" (132 cm) should be used with the IKEA Gulliver Crib.

Dimensioned drawings of the IKEA Gulliver Crib measuring width, length and height
Nifty Timber Crib
Size comparison illustration of the Nifty Timber Crib compared to a standing woman

The Nifty Timber Crib is a 3-in-1 crib with inspiration from the mid-century design with clean lines and well-streamlined shapes. It originates from Australia and is easy to assemble and convert between a toddler bed or a daybed using a conversion kit. Ubabub makes the Nifty Timber Crib from solid wood, with a low height profile and four adjustable mattress heights. Though the pieces are heavy and it comes with neither toddler rails nor bed rails, it is still ideal for nurseries, parents', and kids' rooms. With this design, Ubabub aims to bring a modern retro style in nurseries and kids' rooms.


The Nifty Timber Crib has an overall height of 35.25" (90 cm), width of 31.5" (80 cm), and length of 56" (142 cm).

Plan and elevation drawings with dimensions of the Nifty Timber Crib measuring length, width and height
The Nifty Timber Crib is a 3-in-1 crib with inspiration from the mid-century design with clean lines and well-streamlined shapes. Ubabub makes the Nifty Timber Crib from solid wood, with a low height profile and four adjustable mattress heights and is ideal for nurseries, parents', and kids' rooms.

The Nifty Timber Crib has an overall height of 35.25" (90 cm), width of 31.5" (80 cm), and length of 56" (142 cm).

Plan and elevation drawings with dimensions of the Nifty Timber Crib measuring length, width and height
Small Twin Bedroom Layouts
Bedroom layout illustrating a floor plan for a pair of twin beds sharing a single small room

Small Twin | Single Bedroom layouts are recommended planning guidelines for organizing shared bedrooms based on the standard dimensions of a Twin | Single Bed.

Used for shared kids bedrooms or dormitories, Twin | Single beds are 75” (191 cm) long and 38” (97 cm) wide. Minimum clearances of 30” (76.2 cm) and comfortable clearances of 36” (91.4 cm) are recommended around any open edges of a Twin | Single bed, though multiple sides of the bed may not be accessible. Shared small bedrooms with Twin | Single beds should have minimum floor plan areas of around 117 ft2 (10.9 m2).

Small Twin | Single Bedroom layouts are recommended planning guidelines for organizing shared bedrooms based on the standard dimensions of a Twin | Single Bed.

Used for shared kids bedrooms or dormitories, Twin | Single beds are 75” (191 cm) long and 38” (97 cm) wide. Minimum clearances of 30” (76.2 cm) and comfortable clearances of 36” (91.4 cm) are recommended around any open edges of a Twin | Single bed, though multiple sides of the bed may not be accessible. Shared small bedrooms with Twin | Single beds should have minimum floor plan areas of around 117 ft2 (10.9 m2).

Queen Bedroom Layouts
Illustration of clearances and dimensions required for a Queen Bedroom

Queen Bedroom layouts are recommended planning guidelines for organizing bedrooms based on the standard dimensions of a Queen Size Bed. When designing bedrooms, adequate clearances should be provided around all three sides of the bed that are not against the wall. Additional clearances are recommended whenever possible to provide greater comfort for queen bed users.

Commonly used in bedrooms layouts for a couple, Queen size beds are 80” (203 cm) long and 60” (152 cm) wide. Minimum clearances of 30” (76.2 cm) and comfortable clearances of 36” (91.4 cm) are recommended around the perimeter of a Queen size bed. Bedrooms with Queen beds should have minimum areas of roughly 106 ft2 (9.8 m2) for a bed with clearance, to between 128-131 ft2 (11.9-12.1 m2) for bed clearance with closet and desk.

Floorplan layouts for two typical configurations of Queen Bedrooms with side or front closet
Queen Bedroom layouts are recommended planning guidelines for organizing bedrooms based on the dimensions of a Queen Size Bed. Bedrooms with Queen beds should have minimum areas of roughly 106 ft2 | 9.8 m2 (bed with clearance) to 128-131 ft2 | 11.9-12.1 m2 (bed clearance with closet and desk).

Commonly used in bedrooms layouts for a couple, Queen size beds are 80” (203 cm) long and 60” (152 cm) wide. Minimum clearances of 30” (76.2 cm) and comfortable clearances of 36” (91.4 cm) are recommended around the perimeter of a Queen size bed. Bedrooms with Queen beds should have minimum areas of roughly 106 ft2 (9.8 m2) for a bed with clearance, to between 128-131 ft2 (11.9-12.1 m2) for bed clearance with closet and desk.

Floorplan layouts for two typical configurations of Queen Bedrooms with side or front closet
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