In need of twin mattresses? You’re covered when you shop with us. Twin size mattresses for guest rooms, kids’ rooms and more are ready and waiting for you. Super comfy styles for stomach sleepers, side sleeper, and back sleepers, so if you’re shopping for you or your kids and know their sleeping style, great! And if you’re looking for a twin mattress for a guest room that’ll keep everyone comfy, we’ve got those, too.
We’ve got so many great mattress brands to pick from in your twin mattress search, including our Dream Mattress Studio. This exclusive brand (yep, you can only find it here!) is a favorite thanks to the extensive research we’ve put into it. All those common sleep problems like morning aches, tossing and turning and night sweats have been taken into consideration with this collection. We’ve also come up with a combination of materials to offer the support (five levels), comfort (three levels) and coolness (five levels) that’s just right for the sleeper. And as a result? The perfect mattress that’ll give everyone a great night’s sleep, waking up feeling refreshed and relaxed.
Here are a few of our frequently asked questions and the answers to go with them—happy shopping!
What size is a twin mattress? A twin mattress is 39” x 75”.
Can you share more insight on the levels of comfort? Of course! 1. Soft: This level features cushiony comfort that compresses easily to the touch without sinking. 2. Medium: This level features a combination of soft and firm comfort with moderate sink-in. 3. Firm: This level features substantial comfort and minimal sink-in, recovering quickly from contact.
This twin mattress is for a side sleeper…which mattress should I go with? Most side sleepers prefer a softer mattress, with a style that conforms, but also supports. Take a look at our soft memory foam options or pillow top mattresses—you’re sure to find something to love.
This twin mattress is for a stomach sleeper…which mattress should I go with? Generally, stomach sleepers like mattresses that are firmer, with firm foam or dense innerspring. There are mattresses that offer both support and firmness—they’re comfy, too!
This twin mattress is for a back sleeper…which mattress should I go with? Back sleepers typically enjoy mattresses that have a combination of softness and firmness. Something that supports their back and spine is essential.
What if I don’t know what type of sleeper they are or it’s for a guest room? Go with a combination mattress (soft + firm) that’ll keep everyone happy and well rested.
Can you talk more about those support levels? Yep, here they are! 1. Least Support level: This level features minimum coils and foam layers. 2. Less Support level: This level features additional coils and foam layers. 3. Some Support level: This level features extra coils and foam layers. 4. More Support level: This level features extensive coils and foam layers. 5. Most Support level: This level features maximum coils and foam layers.
The coolness levels, too? Sure thing. 1. Coolness level: This level draws heat away upon initial contact. 2. Extended Coolness level: This level draws heat away longer. 3. Extended Coolness+ level: This level draws heat away even longer. 4. Lasting Coolness level: This level continuously draws heat away. 5. Lasting Coolness+ level: This level continuously draws heat away even longer.
Can I shop twin mattresses at my local store? You can find a wide assortment of twin mattresses in all our American Signature Furniture stores. Lots of furniture for your bedrooms, living room, dining room and more, too!