Furniture Guide: Mattresses for Kids

Kids' Bedroom Mattress

When searching for mattresses for kids, there are a lot of choices out there. Because most children are still growing, the most popular size mattresses for kids is twin. However, parents also buy full or queen size mattresses for their children, which is a fiscally responsible move because these size mattresses grow with the child and will not need to be replaced five or 10 years down the road.

In America, most mattresses for kids are constructed of multiple layers of natural and synthetic fibers, foam, springs, coils and air. Although it is functional on the floor, most mattresses are set in various styled bed frames. Examples of popular bed frames for mattresses for kids are captain's beds, canopy beds, four-poster beds, sleigh beds, bunk beds, day beds, loft beds and more styles of frames for mattresses for kids. These bed frames housing mattresses come in various wood finishes and paint colors. If you want to put your kid's mattress in a cottage style bunk bed with chevron carvings and a classic white finish, you can find it!

Other examples of frames for mattresses for kids are a platform foundation with or without metal springs in either a metal or a wood frame. Mattresses for children can be constructed to use many different support systems, including, surprisingly, air, foam and water! Most commercial mattresses have a permanent fabric cover, known as ticking. No matter what you're looking for, mattresses come in many shapes and sizes, firm or plush, so it?s easy to find what you need.

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