Twin Beds

twin beds - complete your kids bedroom with a twin bed they've been dreaming about.
Twin Beds

Before you find a twin-size bed that’s perfect for your child, we’re going to help you by answering a few common questions.
What is the difference between a single and a twin bed?
There is no difference! A twin bed, also known as a single bed, has both terms used interchangeably, and it’s perfect for a child, teen, or single adult sleeper.
When should you start using a twin bed?
When your toddler/young child is ready to sleep in a bed without rails on the sides, you can consider a twin-size bed for them. But don’t worry, if you’re an adult and don’t have much space for anything bigger, this type of bed frame is good for you too.
Can a twin bed frame fit a queen mattress?
No, our twin-size bed frames are fit for twin-size mattresses only.
Is a daybed twin-sized?
Yes! A daybed frame is the same size as a twin bed. The difference between them is that a day bed can double as a seating area or have a trundle underneath, so you can create extra space for a sleepover guest.
Do twin beds need box springs?
It depends on the type of twin bed frame you’re looking at. A twin platform bed has the support system included most of the time. If you want a twin panel bed, the support is not included, so you’ll need to purchase a box spring or a mattress foundation. If you want your twin bed to also have drawers, you can get a bed frame with storage. Pay attention to the features that will mention if a frame requires a low foundation, if it has a recommended mattress height range, or if there is a support system included.
Should I get a twin size or full bed?
If you’re shopping for a bed for a single sleeper, your child will fit just fine on a twin bed, but if you need something bigger or wish that two kids share the same space, you’ll have to upgrade to a full-size bed. Take a look at our wonderful selection of twin-size beds to choose the best design to accommodate your family.