Bedroom Layouts

Bedrooms are rooms in residential buildings furnished as spaces for people to sleep. Sized proportionally in relation to a variety of standard bed sizes, bedrooms are typically desired to be individual rooms that provide a degree of privacy to their users. Bedrooms are required to have a window for light and ventilation and are typically required to provide a closet and egress to be legally considered a bedroom. Bedrooms are often decorated to reflect the personality of the user or the household. Ranging from small dormitory bedrooms to large bedrooms with attached baths, commonly called master bedrooms, bedroom layouts are adaptable to many design demands.

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Full | Double Bedroom Layouts
Diagram of Full | Double Bedrooms with dimensions for bedside clearances

Full Size | Double Bedroom layouts are recommended floor plan strategies for organizing bedrooms based on the standard dimensions of a Full Size | Double Bed. Customarily used in guest rooms and medium sized bedrooms, Full | Double beds are 75” (6'3") | 191 cm long and 54” (4'6") | 137 cm wide.. When planning bedrooms, it is recommended that clearances be provided around all three sides of the bed that are not against the wall. Minimum clearances of 30” | 76.2 cm and comfortable clearances of 36” | 91.4 cm are recommended around the perimeter of a Full | Double size bed, with preference for great clearances whenever possible. Bedrooms with Full Size | Double beds should have minimum areas of around 97 ft2 | 9 m2 (bed with clearance) to between 118-121 ft2 | 11-11.2 m2 (bed clearance and closets).

Pair of layouts for Full | Double Sized Bedrooms showing side and front closet positions
Full Size | Double Bedroom layouts are recommended floor plans for bedrooms based on the dimensions of a Full Size | Double Bed. Bedrooms with Full Size | Double beds should have minimum areas of around 97 ft2 | 9 m2 (bed with clearance) to 118-121 ft2 | 11-11.2 m2 (bed clearance and closets).
Pair of layouts for Full | Double Sized Bedrooms showing side and front closet positions
Full | Double Bedroom Layouts

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Bed Size: 54” x 75” | 137 x 191 cm
Length (Min.): 8’9” | 2.67 m
Width (Min.): 9’6” | 2.9 m
Length: 9’3” | 2.82 m
Width: 10’6” | 3.2 m
Area: 97 ft2 | 9 m2

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Full | Double Bedrooms clearances, plan layout (side closet), plan (front closet)

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King Bedroom Layouts
Clearance diagram for Bedrooms sized for King Beds with dimensions

King Bedroom layouts are recommended floor plan strategies for organizing bedrooms based on the standard dimensions of a King Size Bed. Customarily used in master bedrooms, King size beds are 80” (6'8") | 203 cm long and 76” (6'4") | 193 cm wide. When planning bedrooms, it is recommended that clearances be provided around all three sides of the bed not against the wall. Minimum clearances of 30” | 76.2 cm and comfortable clearances of 36” | 91.4 cm are recommended around the perimeter of a King size bed, with preference for larger clearances because of the common luxury nature of King bedrooms. Bedrooms with King size beds should have minimum areas of around 119 ft2 | 11 m2 (bed with clearance) to between 141-147 ft2 | 13.1-13.7 m2 (bed clearance and closets).

Pair of dimensioned floorplan layouts showing variations of King Bedrooms with closets on the side or front of the bed
King Bedroom layouts are recommended floor plan strategies for organizing bedrooms based on the dimensions of a King Size Bed. Bedrooms with King size beds should have minimum areas of around 119 ft2 | 11 m2 (bed with clearance) to between 141-147 ft2 | 13.1-13.7 m2 (bed clearance and closets).
Pair of dimensioned floorplan layouts showing variations of King Bedrooms with closets on the side or front of the bed
King Bedroom Layouts

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Bed Size: 76” x 80” | 193 x 203 cm
Length (Min.): 9’2” | 2.79 m
Width (Min.): 11’4” | 3.45 m
Length: 9’8” | 2.95 m
Width: 12’4” | 3.76 m
Area: 119 ft2 | 11 m2

Drawings include:
King Bedroom clearances, plan layout (side closet), plan (front closet)

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Small Twin Bedroom Layouts
Bedroom layout illustrating a floor plan for a pair of twin beds sharing a single small room

Small Twin | Single Bedroom layouts are recommended planning guidelines for organizing shared bedrooms based on the standard dimensions of a Twin | Single Bed. Used for shared kids bedrooms or dormitories, Twin | Single beds are 75” (6'3") | 191 cm long and 38” (3'2") | 97 cm wide. Minimum clearances of 30” | 76.2 cm and comfortable clearances of 36” | 91.4 cm are recommended around any open edges of a Twin | Single bed, though multiple sides of the bed may not be accessible. Shared small bedrooms with Twin | Single beds should have minimum floor plan areas of around 117 ft2 | 10.9 m2.

Small Twin | Single Bedroom layouts are recommended guidelines for organizing shared bedrooms based on the dimensions of a Twin | Single Bed. Used for shared kids bedrooms or dormitories, shared small bedrooms with Twin | Single beds have minimum floor plan areas of around 117 ft2 | 10.9 m2.
Small Twin Bedroom Layouts

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Area: 117 ft2 | 10.9 m2
Length: 11’6” | 3.5 m
Depth: 10’2” | 3.1 m
Bed Sizes: Single, Twin, Twin XL

Drawings include:
Small Twin Bedroom plan layout, plan (people)

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Twin Bedroom Layouts

Twin | Single Bedroom layouts are recommended planning guidelines for organizing bedrooms based on the standard dimensions of a Twin | Single Bed. Commonly used for space efficient minimal individual or shared bedrooms, Twin | Single beds are 75” (6'3") | 191 cm long and 38” (3'2") | 97 cm wide. Minimum clearances of 30” | 76.2 cm and comfortable clearances of 36” | 91.4 cm are recommended around any open edges of a Twin | Single bed. As Twin | Single beds are often used in shared kids rooms and minimal floor plans, multiple sides of the bed may not be accessible. Single bedrooms with Twin | Single beds should have minimum floor plan areas of around 81 ft2 | 7.75 m2 with shared Twin | Single bedrooms at around 168 ft2 | 15.6 m2.

Pair of bedroom layouts drawn to illustrate room planning for twin beds sharing a room or being split into two rooms
Twin | Single Bedroom layouts are recommended guidelines for organizing bedrooms based on the standard dimensions of a Twin | Single Bed. Single bedrooms with Twin | Single beds should have minimum areas of around 81 ft2 | 7.75 m2 with shared Twin | Single bedrooms at areas around 168 ft2 | 15.6 m2.
Pair of bedroom layouts drawn to illustrate room planning for twin beds sharing a room or being split into two rooms
Twin Bedroom Layouts

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Area: 168 ft2 | 15.6 m2
Length: 16’6” | 5 m
Depth: 10’2” | 3.1 m
Bed Sizes: Single, Twin, Twin XL
Variations: Can split into two rooms

Drawings include:
Twin Bedroom plan layout (shared), plan (split)

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Flexible Individual Bedroom Layouts
Bedroom layout for a flexible room sized for a full-size bed with dedicated space for wheelchair accessibility

Flexible Individual Bedrooms are suggestions for planning a single bedroom that is adjustable to many layout scenarios. Typically interested in space planning efficiency, flexible bedroom floor plans should consider bed sizes in the smaller range: Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen sizes. A 5’ x 5’ | 1.5 m x 1.5 m clear zone should be provided whenever possible within the floor plan to provide accessibility to wheelchair users that require additional movement clearances. Flexible bedrooms should have minimum floor plan areas of around 140 ft2 | 13 m2.

Flexible Individual Bedrooms are suggestions for planning a single bedroom that is adjustable to many layout scenarios. Flexible bedroom floor plans should consider bed sizes in the smaller range: Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen. Flexible bedrooms should have minimum areas of around 140 ft2 | 13 m2.
Flexible Individual Bedroom Layouts

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Area: 140 ft2 | 13 m2
Length: 11’10” | 3.6 m
Depth: 11’10” | 3.6 m
Bed Sizes: Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen
Flexibility: Handicap accessible

Drawings include:
Flexible Individual Bedroom plan layout, plan (person)

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