how wide is a full size bed box spring?
Does a full size bed need a boxspring?
Unless your bed frame still uses slats for support, you do not need a box spring, according to Orders. Box springs were first invented to help absorb shock since mattresses themselves were so much thinner back then. ... All you need is a solid platform underneath your mattress for support. Jun 29, 2015
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How wide is a full size mattress and box spring?
We've seen full size box springs measuring as little as 52 inches wide and 74 inches long. Queen foundations or box springs are usually around 59 inches wide by 78 inches long, not the longtime standard of 60 inches wide X 80 inches long.
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What sizes do box springs come in?
The two most common box spring heights are a standard 9- inch box spring and a low profile 5- inch box spring. With the popularity of memory foam toppers and high-profile deluxe mattresses, the addition of an average 9- inch box spring can make a rather tall bed.
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