Full Size Mattresses









        Improving on the width of a twin and twin XL mattress, we have full-size mattresses. With a dimension of 54" x 75", full mattresses are ideal for single sleepers who yearn for more space than their predecessors offer.

        Do you seek a good full-size mattress? We've got a few that might just blow you away! Read on to find out why we think Turmerry latex mattresses might just be what you've been looking for all along!

        We've also got a buyer's guide inside in case you need to do some more research on whether a full-size mattress suits you or not.

        Natural and Organic Latex Mattress


        Latex Hybrid Mattress


        Natural and Organic Egg Crate Mattress



        • Full-size beds measure 54 inches in width and 75 inches in length.
        • A full mattress is an ideal choice for solo sleepers, couples willing to compromise on space, teenagers and young adults, average-weight individuals, guest rooms, and average bedrooms/apartments.
        • Turmerry provides 3 unique full-size latex mattress models - The Natural and Organic Latex Mattress, the Latex Hybrid Mattress, and the Latex Egg Crate Mattress.
        • Each Turmerry mattress features perforated organic latex foam at its core, which, along with plenty of other benefits, primarily provides a balance between exquisite comfort and impeccable support.
        • Turmerry provides Free Shipping across the US, a 120 Night Free Trial Period, and a 100% Money Back Guarantee!

        What Are Turmerry's Full-Size Mattresses Renowned For?

        From our high-grade organic latex foam to our Grade A-quality pocketed coils, natural wool, and organic cotton, there's a reason why Turmerry's full mattresses are some of the best in the mattress industry!

        Each component used to compose our beds is sourced in an ethical and sustainable manner. This is further certified by organizations like GOLS, GOTS, OEKO-TEX, eco-INSTITUT, and LGA, which also deem our mattresses free from harmful levels of chemicals.

        Unlike synthetic mattress types like memory foam mattresses, which are chock full of chemicals, we seek to provide our customers with a healthy sleeping environment that doesn't compromise on comfort!

        The Benefits of Turmerry Full-Size Mattresses Are Endless!

        Have you been feeling sore in the morning for a while now? Is your current mattress withering away from the comfort and support it's supposed to offer? Fret not, for the Turmerry full-size mattresses can quell your worries!

        Our mattresses have been designed to provide the sleeper with tons of benefits. Here's how each component in our mattresses keeps you comfortable when sleeping -

        • Dunlop Latex Foam

          Dunlop latex foam is featured in our all-foam and egg crate mattresses. The Dunlop method of manufacturing latex makes it firmer, denser, more durable, and much more supportive than the Talalay method. But don't worry, you can adjust the firmness of Dunlop latex, meaning you won't be stuck with an overly firm mattress that compromises cushioning!

          Dunlop latex foam is also bouncy and highly responsive to your movements atop it. It won't sink you into it, as memory foam mattresses do, so you have freedom of movement. Other unique benefits of latex include - motion isolation, noiselessness, breathable cooling, contouring, and pressure relief!

        • Talalay Latex Foam

          Talalay latex foam is featured in our latex hybrid mattresses. The Talalay method of manufacturing latex makes it much more cushioning and contouring than the Dunlop method. This works well for hybrid mattresses, as Talalay latex can be used as the comfort layer atop the spring support core.

          Though not to the same extent as Dunlop latex, Talalay latex is also bouncy and highly responsive. And since it is latex at its core, it too has unique benefits like motion isolation, noiselessness, breathable cooling, contouring, and pressure relief!

        • Pocketed Coils

          Most of the bounce in our latex hybrid mattress arises from the 8-inch pocketed coil support core within it. Pocket coils are individually wrapped coils in fabric that can offer targeted pressure relief through each coil. They're also much better at distributing body weight evenly, isolating motion, and being noiseless than traditional spring coils.

        • Natural Wool

          Instead of chemicals, a layer of natural wool is used as a fire retardant in our mattresses. Wool is a great natural material that resists fire. It has moisture-wicking properties to reduce the risk of mold and mildew accumulation, and it can also regulate temperature to keep you cool in the winter and warm in the summer.

        • Organic Cotton

          A GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard)-certified organic cotton cover encases our mattresses with its silky embrace, protecting them from outside impurities while providing you with a smooth-textured, comfy surface to rest on! And don't worry - these organic cotton covers won't inhibit any of the benefits provided by our other mattress components!

        Three Different Turmerry Full-Size Mattress Models!

        Take your pick from our wide range of full-size mattresses, including all-foam and spring models -

        1. Full-Size Natural and Organic Latex Mattress

          The Natural and Organic Latex Mattress is composed of three or four layers of Dunlop latex foam. The latex foam layers vary in firmness, depending on the firmness level you choose (from soft, medium, firm, or extra firm). These plush foams are accompanied by a layer of natural wool for fire resistance and encased in a breathable organic cotton cover for protection.

        2. Full-Size Latex Hybrid Mattress

          The Latex Hybrid Mattress has an 8" pocketed coil support core paired with a 2" Talalay latex comfort layer. It provides a bouncy, medium-firm feel that is perfect for side sleepers, back sleepers, stomach sleepers, and combination sleepers!

        3. Full-Size Egg Crate Mattress

          The Egg Crate Mattress contains an egg-crate textured layer of latex foam atop it. This convoluted foam layer provides a healthy enhancement to pressure relief, contouring, body weight distribution, and bed sore relief provided by our Natural and Organic Latex Mattress!

        Full-Size Mattress - Buyer's Guide

        What is a full mattress?

        A full-size mattress, otherwise known as a double mattress, is 54 inches wide and 75 inches long. It falls between twin XL and queen-size mattresses. Though they share the same length as a twin mattress, full mattresses offer a spacious amount of width.

        But who is this extra width ideal for? And does a full mattress size suit your needs? That's what we'll dive into in the next section.

        Choosing the full mattress size - Who should and shouldn't?

        Full-size mattresses should be chosen for solo sleepers, couples who can compromise on space, teenagers and young adults, average-weight individuals, guest rooms, and average bedrooms/apartments.

        Let us explain why -

        • Solo Sleepers: Solo sleeping is ideally (and inexpensively) done on a full-size mattress, which offers ample space to stretch out and practice any sleeping position. You won't feel as restricted in space as with twin or twin XL.

        • Couples Who Can Compromise on Space: Thin couples who are on a budget and are willing to compromise on bed space may find full mattresses to be an adequate solution for the time being.

        • Teenagers and Young Adults: Teenagers and young adults who have outgrown their twin/twin XL beds will find a full mattress to be ideal for their growing bodies and evolving sleep needs.

        • Average-Weight Individuals: Average-weight side sleepers, back sleepers, and stomach sleepers are adequately supported and comforted by full mattresses. Plus, they don't take up much space on the bed, which leaves plenty of room to move around freely.

        • Guest Rooms: Guest room beds are often a temporary measure for guests who stay for an evening or two. Full-size mattresses fulfill this temporary role very well without taking up too much space and putting a dent in your wallet.

        • Average Bedrooms/Apartments: Full-size mattresses do not require as much space as a queen or king mattress. This makes them a practical choice for studio apartments, urban apartment bedrooms, and other such spaces. They ensure that the bedroom doesn't feel overcrowded without compromising on functionality or style.

        Full-size mattresses shouldn't be chosen for couples who need space, tall individuals above 6 feet, restless/combination sleepers, heavy people above 230 lbs., or very small rooms.

        Here's why -

        • Couples Who Need Space: Full-size beds are too narrow for average-weight/heavy couples who require a lot of bed space. You'll just keep bumping into each other and causing a disturbance for your partner. This congestion caused by full mattresses is best mitigated by a queen, king, or California king mattress.

        • Tall Individuals Above 6 feet: A standard full-size mattress is 75 inches long, which is insufficient for people taller than 6 feet. To avoid the issue of your legs hanging from the bed's edge, opt for a full XL mattress or something larger that offers additional legroom.

        • Restless/Combination Sleepers: If you're someone who tends to move around a lot during sleep, or practice a combination of sleeping positions, then the width offered by full mattresses may feel confining and insufficient.

        • Heavy Individuals Above 230 lbs.: Heavy people may not receive enough support and cushioning from full-size mattresses. Moreover, their body can take up a lot of bed space, which leaves little room to move around. A queen or king bed is recommended to ensure proper support and to prevent issues like premature sagging.

        • Very Small Rooms: Dorm rooms and other such small rooms, where space is very confined, will not be able to comfortably accommodate full-size beds. Even if they could, you'd be sacrificing a lot of space that would've been better reserved for storage, furniture, walking, etc.

        Mattress size is a personal choice at the end of the day. However, taking the above-mentioned factors into consideration can prove beneficial in the choice you make for yourself.

        When should you decide to buy a full mattress?

        The general consensus in the mattress industry indicates you should replace your mattress after around 6-8 years of owning it.

        For traditional mattress types, such as traditional memory foam and innerspring mattresses, this is a good replacement period. They start to sag and droop by then, lessening the amount of cushioning and support you receive. You can also start to see wear and tear appear on the mattress surface.

        But for modern mattress types, such as latex and hybrid mattresses, the life expectancy is much longer. Hybrid mattresses can last up to 10+ years, and latex mattresses can last up to 20+ years if looked after well!

        The cost of a full mattress in today's market

        Cheaper full-size beds can start at a price range of $400-$500, while luxury full-size beds can cost you between $1000-$2000. The average cost of a full-size mattress in today's market is around $800.

        The above-mentioned prices can fluctuate a lot depending on the mattress's features, material, construction, quality, and brand. Mattress material and brand are usually what affect mattress prices the most. A premium quality mattress material, including high-density foam such as latex, can cost above $1000.

        Lower-quality materials, like traditional memory foam or polyfoam, can bring the mattress price down to $600-$800. A higher brand reputation/recognition can also raise the mattress price by a notch. Then there's the mattress construction, including what height/thickness you choose and whether you choose all-foam or spring.

        Ultimately, if you're looking to buy a luxury full-size mattress at a lower price than retail, we'd suggest waiting for a mattress sale or clearance sale, signing up for newsletters, collecting coupons, and looking out for when newer mattress models release.

        Full-size mattress aspects to look out for

        Besides the size of the mattress, there are a few other aspects you should be knowledgeable about before confirming your mattress purchase. These include -

        1. Mattress Material

          The mattress industry is filled with various materials nowadays, with the most prominent of them being latex, memory foam, polyfoam, wool, and cotton. There are also various types of spring coils, such as Bonnell, offset, continuous, and pocketed coils.

          Mattress material has a strong impact on the level of comfort, support, pressure relief, contouring, cooling, motion isolation, and durability. Pretty much impacting all of the mattress features you'd want. Therefore, when choosing your preferred material, make sure it provides the features you seek from your mattress as a whole.

        2. Mattress Construction

          There are two types of mattress construction today - All-foam and spring. All-foam mattresses consist of various densities of foam layers packed together and encased in a mattress cover. They're usually made of latex and memory foam and offer a plush, cushioning surface.

          Spring mattresses, on the other hand, are stronger, more supportive, and bouncier than an all-foam mattress. Hybrids and innersprings are the two well-known spring mattress types. They feature a support core made of spring coils, which are either encased or topped with fabric/foam layers for cushioning.

        3. Mattress Firmness

          According to the firmness scale, mattresses have a firmness ranging from 1-10. Soft mattresses have a score of around 3-5, medium-firm mattresses fall between 6-7, and firm mattresses come between 8-10. The general rule is to choose your mattress's firmness based on your sleeping position.

          Side sleepers require a balance between comfort for their sides and support for their spine. For lighter individuals who side sleep, a softer mattress is recommended. For heavy individuals who side sleep, a medium-firm or firm mattress will be ideal.

          Back and stomach sleepers require more support than side sleepers. So for lighter back and stomach sleepers, the best mattress firmness is medium firm. For heavier back and stomach sleepers, the best mattress is a firm or extra-firm one (if a medium-firm doesn't offer enough support).

        4. Mattress Height

          Mattress height, sometimes referred to as mattress thickness, factors into your overall bed height. It can also affect the price, comfort, and support of the mattress, as more material is added when the height is increased. Usually, you'll find mattresses in 8, 10, and 12-inch heights.

          For lightweight or average-weight side sleepers, 8-10 inches of mattress height should prove sufficiently comfortable. For heavyweight back sleepers and stomach sleepers, 10-12 inches of mattress height may be required for that luxury firm support.

          When choosing your preferred mattress height, make sure you factor in bed height as well. Our guide on bed heights can help you out there!

        5. Mattress Brand

          Always buy your full mattress from a reputed and well-regarded brand. With hundreds upon hundreds of reviews available online, it shouldn't be too hard to find out whether a brand/product is worth your time and money. If you know somebody who's already bought a mattress from a certain brand, see how they feel about the product and brand service too.

          Once you find a worthy mattress brand, try contacting them and gauging their customer service practices. See how well they respond to your concerns and queries, and make sure they prioritize customer satisfaction. Also, inquire about their warranties and return policies to ensure you have recourse in case of any issues with the mattress.

        6. Certifications

          Certified mattresses ooze quality and safety for the customer. Certifications like CertiPUR-US, Global Organic Latex Standard (GOLS), Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS), and Oeko-Tex Standard 100 for various materials ensure that the entire mattress meets certain standards for safety, environmental friendliness, and performance.

        7. Warranties and Policies

          Always check the warranty offered by the mattress manufacturer. A good warranty will have comprehensive coverage that includes manufacturing defects. Additionally, opt for a warranty that can provide reasonable protection for an extended period. At least 4-5 years of warranty for a mattress is a great deal for you.

          Review the return policy and trial period offered by the retailer, too. It should be readable, understandable, and favorable to the customer. At least a two-week trial period with a non-disruptive return policy should be preferred.

        Some important features to consider in a full-size mattress

        We've discussed the important aspects of a mattress to consider, but what about the features? Let's look at all the important features you might want to consider having in your full-size mattress -

        • Temperature Regulation

          Temperature regulation refers to how a mattress can keep a hot sleeper cool at night by dissipating heat and promoting airflow. The term can also refer to how a mattress keeps you warm during cold nights through naturally temperature-regulating materials like organic wool.

          To obtain a breathable, cooling mattress, opt for a mattress material that has minimal heat retention. Natural latex is a good choice for this, as it has an open-cell structure and is often perforated. Meanwhile, traditional memory foam isn't a good choice, as it can retain body heat and make you sleep hot. Gel-infused memory foam, however, may be able to mitigate a few of these issues caused by traditional memory foam.

          Mattress construction can also play a role in temperature regulation. Because of the space between the spring coils, spring mattresses tend to promote airflow much better than all-foam beds.

        • Pressure Relief

          Pressure point pain is an aggravating discomfort most of us go through periodically. A mattress with good pressure relief properties can help alleviate stress on pressure points like shoulders, hips, and joints. How do you find a mattress that offers pressure relief?

          You look for materials like memory foam or latex. Materials that conform to your body's contours, cushioning the pressure points and distributing your body weight evenly across the mattress surface. The pressure relief you receive can be affected by the mattress's firmness, thickness, material, and construction.

        • Spine Support

          To avoid issues like back pain and spinal misalignment, studies have indicated medium-firm mattresses as the best mattress type. Though you may be better suited to a softer or firmer mattress type, it's undeniable that spine support is a necessity to relieve pressure and pain.

          Insufficient support leads to spinal misalignment, which is a strong factor in the worsening of pain. So, make sure you choose a mattress type and firmness level that suit your body weight and sleep position.

        • Motion Isolation

          Motion isolation does as it sounds - isolates and negates motion transfer from one end of the mattress to the other. When sleeping with partners, there's a chance of being awoken by each other's movements at night, especially if you or your partner is a light sleeper/restless sleeper.

          Mattresses with motion isolation ensure unrestricted movement for you and your partner without waking each other up in the process. Generally, all-foam mattresses absorb motion better than spring mattresses. Hybrid beds with pocketed coils, however, can provide adequate motion isolation akin to foam beds.

        • Durability

          Investing in a mattress can be a costly affair, so why not invest in something long-lasting? Durable mattresses feature a resilient structure that can last for years upon years. Mattress material and quality are the three factors affecting the lifespan of a mattress.

          Material-wise, natural latex is currently the best in terms of durability. It has an estimated lifespan of 15-20+ years when looked after well. Moreover, latex is a strong, resilient material that doesn't droop or sag easily, making it ideal for those seeking a supportive surface.

          For a quality mattress, make sure to buy from reputed brands. You can expect to pay a hundred dollars or two extra for the quality build of your bed, but you can count on it to pay you back in the long run.

        • Edge Support

          Falling off the bed's edge is not a pleasant surprise any of us like waking up to. With a mattress that features reinforced edge support, you can comfortably sit or sleep on the bed's edge without sliding off it.

          Edge support is especially useful for full-size beds. While they do offer a good amount of width for single sleepers, it's only a matter of time before you end up at the bed's edge, especially if you're a restless sleeper.

        • Eco-Friendliness

          Synthetic materials are aplenty in today's mattress world. From lab-manufactured foams like memory foam to harmful chemicals like fire retardants, synthetic mattresses can be a minefield of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and health risks. An organic mattress, thus, becomes a necessity when you're trying to sleep healthy and keep the environment healthier.

          Eco-friendly mattresses are made of organically raised and sustainably obtained materials like latex, cotton, and wool. They're not stuffed with tons of chemicals, nor are they obtained in a manner that depletes natural resources. When seeking such a mattress, make sure to buy from well-known retailers who have obtained certifications from GOLS, GOTS, OEKO-TEX, and eco-INSTITUT to prove what they sell is indeed an eco-friendly mattress.

        Factors to consider about yourself during a full mattress purchase

        As you're buying the mattress for yourself, you should be aware of certain factors (about yourself) that can influence the mattress type you end up liking. These factors include -

        • Sleeping Position - A softer mattress is recommended if you're a side sleeper. A firm mattress is recommended for back sleepers and stomach sleepers.

        • Body Weight - Heavy individuals will require a mattress that supports and cushions their weight. A firm mattress does this best. Conversely, thin people require more cushioning and contouring, so a soft or medium-firm mattress is recommended.

        • Favorable Temperature - When considering your favorable temperature, take into account the environment around you. If you live in a cold area, then you might prefer a warm mattress that can retain heat, such as memory foam. For hot sleepers, a breathable mattress with an open-cell structure, such as latex, would be better suited.

        • Budget - A full-size mattress may not be as expensive as a queen, king, or California king mattress, but it's not as affordable as a twin or twin XL mattress either. It provides a spacious sleeping surface for single individuals for around the price of $800.

        • Sleep Partner - Got a sleep partner? Full-size mattresses may not be for you, unfortunately. Unless you and your partner have a thin body and are willing to compromise on bed space, full beds will be a narrow nuisance to sleep in.

        • Health Conditions - Conditions like back pain, degenerative disc disease, arthritis, etc., will require a mattress that provides a healing environment for the patient. This includes providing the patient with the right level of cushioning, support, contouring, and pressure relief.

        Check to see if any of the above-mentioned points resonate with you, and then take the necessary steps to find a mattress that fits your description.

        Full-size mattress vs. other mattress sizes

        Full (54" x 75") vs. Twin (38" x 75") -- While full-size beds share the same length as twin beds (75 inches), they have the significant advantage of an additional 16 inches of width. Both beds accommodate single sleepers best, but full-size beds are the more spacious option of the two. Full beds are also, however, costlier than twin beds.

        Full (54" x 75") vs. Twin XL (38" x 80") -- Full-size beds are wider than twin XLs, but twin XLs are the longer option. This makes twin XL beds the better option for sleepers taller than 6 feet who find 75 inches of length insufficient. Full-size beds are costlier than twin XL beds as well.

        Full (54" x 75") vs. Queen (60" x 80") -- A queen mattress size is where couples truly find a spacious bed surface to sleep on. With 60 inches in width and 80 inches in length, queen-size mattresses are ideal for couples as well as individuals taller than 6 feet. Queen-size beds are costlier than full-size beds, though, and require much more bedroom space, too.

        Full (54" x 75") vs. King (76″ x 80″)/Cal King (72" x 84") -- King and California king-size beds are much wider and longer than a full mattress, making them the ideal choice for families with kids and pets. But as with queen-size beds, king and cal king-size beds are also costlier and require a large bedroom to accommodate them.

        Different types of full-size mattresses

        There are five different types of full-size mattresses today, each beneficial in its own way. These are -

        1. Memory Foam Mattress

          Memory foam mattresses are made from various layers of memory foam, a cushiony man-made foam that offers high levels of body contouring. Nowadays, the best memory foam mattress features an infusion with other materials, such as gel or copper.

          Traditional memory foam, though highly contouring, retains heat, offers little bounce, and off-gasses VOCs. Infused memory foam mattresses mitigate a lot of these drawbacks.

        2. Latex Mattress

          Latex full mattresses are usually made from organic materials like natural latex, organic cotton, and natural wool. They're eco-friendly and offer a balance between comfort and support, with a healthy side of bounce and response. Latex also features an open-celled, breathable foam that makes it a good pick for hot sleepers.

          Besides natural latex, there is also synthetic and blended latex, both of which contain traces of synthetic substances. They do not, however, live up to the plethora of benefits offered by natural latex.

        3. Innerspring Mattress

          Innerspring mattresses were traditionally one of the best firm mattress types on the market. Their core is made up of steel coils, which are then encased in a thin layer of fabric/foam for cushioning. The priority was always placed on the spring support core, which is why they feature such a firm surface.

          Innerspring beds are perfect for back sleepers and stomach sleepers, as these sleeping positions require the most support. Side sleepers may find it too firm for their liking.

        4. Hybrid Mattress

          A hybrid mattress type features a spring coil support core, similar to innersprings. But where hybrids differ from innersprings is in the thicker comfort layer they offer. This leads to a balanced medium-firm feel in most hybrid beds, making them ideal for side sleepers, back sleepers, and stomach sleepers alike.

          Hybrids tend to use higher-quality materials than traditional innersprings, which mitigates a lot of the drawbacks of innerspring beds. But the higher quality materials also lead to hybrids being priced higher.

        5. Air Mattress

          Air mattresses (airbeds) are portable, highly customizable mattress types used mostly during instances like traveling, camping, hiking, extended guest stays, etc. They have air chambers within, which can be inflated and deflated as you choose. They're the best mattress type if you seek a temporary bed that you can carry around and adjust to your liking.

          Airbeds are not a good permanent mattress solution, though. They do not offer enough long-term benefits that other mattress types do, like healthy spine support, edge support, durability, etc. They're also usually made of non-breathable materials like plastic, which makes them unsuitable for hot sleepers.

        Full-size mattress FAQs

        1. What's the size of a full-size mattress?

          Full-size mattresses typically measure 54 inches in width and 75 inches in length.

        2. What is the average price of a full-size mattress?

          The average price of a full-size mattress can range anywhere from $400-$2000 in today's market. This can change according to the mattress's features, material, construction, quality, and brand.

        3. Can two people fit in a full-size bed?

          While two people can fit in a full-size bed, it may feel a bit cramped compared to larger sizes like a queen or king. Thin couples who don't mind compromising space can use full-size beds as a budget option.

        4. Is a full bigger than a twin?

          A full mattress (54" x 75") is wider than a twin mattress (38" x 75") by 16 inches, making it the bigger of the two.

        5. Do 2 twin beds make a full?

          No, two twin beds do not make a full-size bed. Two twin beds side by side create a king-size equivalent when pushed together.

        6. What is the best full-size mattress?

          The best full-size mattress, as per our experience, is a natural latex mattress. It offers a wide range of benefits alongside its balance of comfort and support, making it ideal for any and all sleeper types.

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