I don't know the bed size, but it's two pillows width.Asked on: Sep 16, 2023 12:58 PM
Oh, the old "pillow measurement" method! Well, that's one way to do it. If we're going by the standard size of a pillow, which is typically around 20 inches wide, then a bed that's two pillows wide would be about 40 inches wide. This would most likely make your bed a Twin size, as Twin beds are usually around 38 inches wide. But hey, who needs tape measures when we have pillows, right?
Now remember, this is just an estimation. Pillow sizes can vary quite a bit - some are more like 18 inches wide, others might be up to 22 inches or more. So if your pillow is on the fluffier or thinner side, your bed could potentially be a little smaller (a Narrow Twin) or larger (a Full/Double).
So there you have it! You've just performed what I like to call "The Great Pillow Calculation". Remember to take this with a grain of salt though - for the most accurate measurement of your bed size, you might want to use an actual tape measure...or stick with your trusty pillows if they've never led you astray!Reference here