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Dorm Room Bedding 101

When it comes to choosing bedding for your teenage children, it is essential to buy the perfect bedding that suits not only their size but also makes sleeping a wonderful experience for them. While in school, children generally have a height of about 48 to 50 inches, and a twin bed which is 75 inches long and 32 inches in height is perfect size for a teenager.

School and college is the time when children show the fastest growth in their heights. When children reach the college-level, their average heights increase by about 72 inches. Though a twin bed is 3 inches longer, sleeping on these beds is awkward and uncomfortable as the child cannot sleep with ease and stretching out remains a problem. This is where twin XL bedding comes in handy.

Though twin XL beds are 80 inches long they have the same width as that of a twin bed. These beds provide the necessary space that a teenager needs for stretching out and sleeping in the relaxing positions that they wish to be in. Another situation in which twin XL bedding is necessary is for those children who have long legs. Generally, twin beds are for teenagers with the average height so the teenagers with tall legs find it difficult to sleep as their legs are constantly hanging out of their beds. Here, twin XL bedding is the perfect choice to be opted.

Twin XL bedding has proved to be suitable for a teenager who stays in a dorm room. Being parents, you always wish to give your child, living in a dorm room, the same comfort as of the home. Twin XL bedding is perfect for your child ensuring comfortable and relaxing time on the bed.

To increase the comfort factor, you need to provide suitable twin XL sheets and pillow covers. The sheets always have to be bigger than the size of the bed because when stretching out and sleeping you want enough space to be able to roll around and wrap yourselves in the sheet. To complete the twin XL bedding set, huge soft twin XL sized pillows are necessary. The pillows should not be too soft or too hard as this could lead to body aches and sleeping disorders. There is a huge variety of designs and colors available whether you wish to buy twin XL mattresses, twin XL pillow or twin sheets.

Teenagers have always been tough to handle. They are always on the run and you never know where they are going or what they are doing. In such a situation it would be good if you could at least guarantee a good night’s sleep to your child. Sleeping well can work wonders for their body. You can ensure that your teenager forgets his worries when he sleeps on twin XL bedding with his feet stretching out. These beds will not take additional space and fit in anywhere just like a twin bed. If0 you cannot buy new beds every year for your child, it would be good to buy a twin XL today, and forget bedding worries for your child.

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