I'm furnishing our guest bedroom (hopefully before relatives visit to see my DD, expected in October!). Well, it's a small room. I think a full-size bed would be better than a queen because of that, but DH says that two people cannot sleep comfortably on a full. He wants to opt for a queen. Our relatives aren't large in terms of height and weight so I think it'd be fine for a couple to sleep on a full-size mattress for a couple of nights. Thoughts?Answer Question
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I would go with a queen. We have a queen in our computer room. My husband built a murphy bed type of thing and when no one is visiting, the mattress is strapped up against the wall. We bought wooden slats for under the mattress from Ikea, instead of a box springs. The wooden slats and the steel frame are in the attic. When someone comes to visit then my husband sets up the bed and it takes less than half an hour. We have a curtain that covers the mattress when it's up against the wall. We also use bed height extenders to make the bed a normal height since there isn't a box springs. If you can afford a real murphy bed, I would go with that, but they aren't cheap.
Answer by Christina807 at 1:36 PM on Aug. 31, 2010
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