Hi, I am struggling with a design for my 6yr old daughter's bedroom. She has a very small room, 8' ceilings, and wants a loft that will hold her twin size mattress...and also space to play on top. I took off her closet doors to give the room a bit more space. She wants to make the closet into a desk/storage area, with a secret hideout in the top of the closet. So, together she is wanting a loft with a ladder, and an open closet converted into desk/or whatever space at the bottom, and a mini loft with ladder on top. I know she is dreaming of making her American Girl dolls' their own "room" in the loft too. Also, she wants the underneath of the bed/play loft to be somehow closed off, acting as if it were a house or something. The only idea I'm coming up with, is a corner loft of some sort. I'm struggling with how to build it, what design and shape to go with, and where to position it with a window in the way. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated!!!
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Twin size mattresses are the smallest of the standard mattress sizes. They measure 39- by 75-inches, providing enough space for individuals to sleep comfortably. The selling points of the Twin size are initial price and footprint in the room. As the smallest standard mattress size, the Twin tends to cost the least for any given model and also takes up the least amount of floor space in the room. For these reasons, Twin size beds are ideal for dorm rooms, apartments, kids' rooms, and just small bedrooms. Twin size mattresses are also good for folks on a budget, though couples will not be able to share the Twin.
From a cost per square inch standpoint, Twin size beds tend to be the worst value second only to the Twin XL size. Although Twin size mattresses are half the size of a King size, they often cost around three-fourths as much. Like buying in bulk, you get more for your money with larger sizes, but have the lowest initial price with the smaller units. Upgrading to a Queen size for sharing or a Full size for extra space may be worth the money for some, but if you are a non-active single sleeper, the cost and space efficient Twin size may be best for you.
Under the scope of the report, the global mattress market is divided into three segments: (i) by product (ii) by Size and (iii) by geography. Based on product type, the mattress market is bifurcated into memory foam mattress, hybrid mattress, innerspring mattress and latex mattress among others. Others mattress type includes gel filled mattress, water bed mattress, air filled mattress etc On the basis of mattress size type, the mattress market is segmented into twin or single size mattress, twin xl size mattress, full or double size mattress, queen size mattress and king size mattress among others.