Complete International Mattress Size Chart (in + cm)

Below you will find the complete international mattress size chart in Word, PDF, and Excel formats, as well as a simple text format. You can download it for free by using the respective buttons for each format. Plus, you don’t need to register for that. Moreover, we will update it regularly so that you can get accurate information about the mattress sizes all around the world. You can find out here what mattresses are used in the U.S., UK, Asia, or Africa, for instance.

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Complete International Mattress Size Chart Plain Table Version

Countries or Region Type Inches Centimeters
USA & Canada Twin/Single 39 x 75 99.06 x 190.5
Twin/ Single XL 39 x 80 99 x 203
Double/ Full 54 x 75 137 x 190.5
Double/ Full XL 54 x 80 137 x 203
Queen 60 x 80 152 x 203
Olympic / Expanded Queen 66 x 80 168 x 203
California Queen 60 x 84 152 x 213
King 76 x 80 193 x 203
California King 72 x 84 183 x 213
California King Waterbed Insert 70 x 82 178 x 208
Grand King/ Super King/ Athletic King/ Texas King 80 x 98 203 x 249
San Francisco King 84 x 84 213 x 213
Crib/ Toddler 27 x 51 69 x 131
Cot/ Mini Single 30 x 70 76 x 178
Modern Cot 30 x 74 76 x 188
Three Quarter 48 x 73 – 75 122 x 185 – 191
UK & Ireland Queen 60 x 80 150 x 200
King 60 x 78 152 x 198
Single 35 x 75 90 x 190
Small Single (Cot) 30 x 69 76 x 175
Super King 71 x 79 180 x 200
Small Double (Three Quarter) 54 x 75 137 x 190
Double/ Full 53 x 75 135 x 190
Continental Europe Small Single 31 x 75 80 x 190
Small Single Long 30 x 78 75 x 200
Single/ Twin 36 x 75 90 x 190
Single Long 36 x 78 90 x 200
Twin Extra Long 35 x 83 90 x 120
Small Double 48 x 75 120 x 190
Double 54 x 75 135 x 190
Euro Double 55 x 79 140 x 200
Euro King 63 x 79 160 x 200
King Single 47 x 79 120 x 200
Super King 71 x 79 180 x 200
Scandinavia Single/ Twin/ Bunk 35 x 79 90 x 200
Small Double (Three Quarter) 55 x 79 140 x 200
Double/ Full 71 x 79 180 x 200
Australia & New Zealand Single/ Twin/ Bunk 36 x 74 92 x 188
King Single/ Super Single 42 x 80 107 x 203
Double/ Full 54 x 74 138 x 188
Queen 60 x 80 153 x 203
King 72 x 80 183 x 203
California King/ King Long 72 x 84 183 x 213
Grand King/ Super King/ Athletic King/ Texas King 80 x 80 203 x 203
Twin Extra Long (only in New Zealand) 36 x 80 91 x 203
Japan Small Single 33 x 77 85 x 195
Single/ Twin/ Bunk 38 x 77 97 x 196
Twin Extra Long 38 x 81 97 x 205
King Single/ Super Single 43 x 77 110 x 195
Small Double/ Three Quarter 48 x 77 122 x 195
Double/ Full 55 x 77 140 x 195
Double Extra Long 55 x 81 140 x 205
Queen 61 x 77 154 x 195
King 67 x 77 170 x 195
California King/ King Long 67 x 81 170 x 205
Super King 76 x 81 194 x 205
China Small Single 36 x 77 91 x 188
Single/ Twin/ Bunk 42 x 74 106 x 188
Full/ Double 60 x 74 152 x 188
Queen 72 x 74 182 x 188
King 72 x 83 182 x 212
Thailand Twin/ Single 42 x 78 107 x 198
Full/ Double 48 x 78 122 x 198
Queen 60 x 78 152 x 198
King 72 x 78 183 x 198
Singapore Single/ Twin/ Bunk 36 x 75 91 x 191
King Single/ Super Single 42 x 75 107 x 191
Queen 60 x 75 152 x 191
King 72 x 75 183 x 191
Brazil Single/ Twin/ Bunk 35 x 74 88 x 188
King Single/ Super Single 36 x 80 96 x 203
Full/ Double 54 x 74 138 x 188
Queen 62 x 78 158 x 198
King 76 x 80 193 x 203
South Africa Single 36 x 74 92 x 188
Three-quarter 42 x 74 107 x 188
Double 53 x 74 137 x 188
Queen 60 x 74 152 x 188
King 72 x 74 182 x 188

Differences in Material

There are also differences when it comes to the materials as well. Usually, in North America, you will most often find innerspring mattresses. However, recently people became more and more interested in foam beds or combinations between the two. Meanwhile, Europeans prefer cores made of polyurethane foam and latex, which have been around for a while.

Why this Mattress Chart Is Unique

But even more so, there are still plenty of differences today between the mattresses. And this is normal since people in different parts of the world have different needs. Nevertheless, this can be quite confusing when you’re looking online to buy a new mattress. Single, double, king, queen, all these terms can be confusing. That’s why we put together such a mattress size chart containing all the types of mattresses in the world. Of course, there are plenty of search results if you look up a mattress size chart online. But most of them are too short, incomplete, or they focus on a single part of the world, such as the U.S. or the UK. Luckily, now you have a useful resource whenever you want to find out what types are available in your area and what differentiates them. Moreover, you can download it for quick access whenever you need.

Have More Info?

Finally, there may be some other mattress sizes that are not so commonly found, or that are popular only in certain areas and countries. If you know about such an example (or more), don’t hesitate to help us create a more complete resource by leaving a comment or sending us an e-mail. Also, feel free to share the documents above with your friends!

Different Kinds of Mattress Sizes

Mattresses are not only denoted by numbers but also have nicknames in some countries like the US. Given below is a list of names that different mattress sizes are addressed by:

  • Twin size 

These mattress sizes are the best for the tiniest of the spaces. Twin size measures about 39 inches x 75 inches, making it the smallest among others in the bed size chart. A twin-sized mattress is the best fit for people who sleep alone and are inactive during the night. These mattresses do not take up much space, making it an ideal fit for dorms, or even studio apartments. It is also a budget-friendly mattress. 

  • Twin XL 

Twin mattresses with an extra 5 inches long is a twin XL mattress. The dimensions are 39 inches x 80 inches (look up single bed size in cm) to make it suitable for tall people. Like a twin-sized mattress, twin XL isn’t meant for sharing either. 

  • Double Size Mattress

These mattresses are also known as a full-size mattress. It measures about 54 inches x 75 inches. These mattress sizes are larger than the twin or twin XL and can be shared by two people at its best. Active sleepers can make good use of it. 

  • Full XL Mattress

The full XL-sized mattresses are just full or double size mattress with 5 inches extra length. It measures 54 inches x 80 inches. These mattresses are ideal for tall people who cannot accommodate a queen size mattress but want something bigger than the twin mattress. Full XL can also be seen as suitable as the largest size for one person to use. 

  • Queen Sized Mattress

These mattresses are 60 inches x 80 inches in dimension and are perfect for sharing. These are also ideal for taller people. The queen-sized mattress is wide enough to fit a couple and is usually on the cheaper end. This is the ideal choice for your master bedroom’s bed. 

  • King-Sized Mattress

These mattresses are made to experience the luxury feel. Measuring at 76 inches x 80 inches, the king-sized mattress offers a lot of space for the couple, where individuals like their own space. These mattresses are ideal for people who have a luxury apartment where space is enough to fit a king-size bed and other furniture. 

  • Californian King Sized Mattress

These mattresses have dimensions of 72 inches x 84 inches. The width of the Californian king mattress is short by 4 inches as compared to the king-sized mattress but is 4 inches longer. 

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2 thoughts on “Complete International Mattress Size Chart (in + cm)”

  1. I am trying to find a mattress to suit base of 163x183cm. Originally held a waterbed but prefer a traditional mattress around 26cm deep. Are you able to assist please
    Kind regards
    Julie

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