Queen beds are beds for comfortably sleeping two people and have become the most popular bed size for couples. With extra width and length added compared to Full-size beds, Queen beds provide more support for taller people and couples that feel a little cramped in a Full-size bed. In the UK, Queen beds are instead referred to as King beds.

Queen Size Beds have an overall length of 80” (203 cm) and width of 60” (152 cm). Queen Size Beds have an area of 33.33 ft² (3.09 m²). Queen Size Beds typically have mattress thicknesses in the range of 9”-12” (22.9-30.5 cm).

Comparison diagram of a Queen Size Bed in relation to other standard bed sizes
How long is a Queen Size Bed?
Queen size beds are 80” (6'8") | 203 cm long.
How wide is a Queen Size Bed?
Queen size beds are 60” (5') | 152 cm wide.
What are the dimensions of a Queen Size Bed?
Queen size beds are 80 inches (203 cm) long and 60 inches (152 cm) wide.


*Under Development*

60” | 152 cm
9”-12” | 22.9-30.5 cm
80” | 203 cm

US: 60" x 80” | 152 cm x 203 cm
Standard Uses: Spacious single individual, couples, generous guest rooms

Bedroom layouts with Queen Beds

Similar Beds by Country:
152 cm x 198 cm (King)
153 cm x 203 cm (Queen)
New Zealand:
153 cm x 203 cm (Queen)
Continental Europe:
160 cm x 200 cm (King)
150 cm x 200 cm (Double)
154 cm x 195 cm (Queen)
182 cm x 188 cm (Queen)
152 cm x 198 cm (Queen)
150 cm x 190 cm (Queen)
158 cm x 198 cm (Queen)
South Africa:
152 cm x 188 cm (Queen)



Drawings include:
Queen Size Bed plan, plan (people)

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