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    Default King or queen??

    Hi ladies,

    Just wondering if you have a king or queen bed.. Thinking about upgrading to a king as I'm just finding the queen a bit small lately, especially family movie nights in bed lol.

    Just wanting to know if you notice that extra room or if they are much of a muchness?

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    Subbing as we are looking at replacing one of our queen beds.

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    We recently upgraded to a king and noticed a significant difference in roominess. Love having space to spread right out!

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    I have a quern and used to have a king and don't notice but it's only me in the bed haha so may make
    more difference if so

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    OMG!!! I love my king bed and would never go back to a queen. 3 of us can sleep in it comfortably without annoying each other!!!

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    We have a king and I was reminded of how big they are this weekend when I had to sleep in a queen. It was awful!!! lol. So small to what im used to. Go king!

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    Haha I'm so excited I would love a king especially if everything goes well this pregnancy I will have a massive tummy and I figure I'll need the extra room especially when dh sleeps like a 6ft star fish lol..

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    WE have a Queen. WE don't need a King... DP kind of sleeps on my side anyway by the end of the night so a King would make no difference. lol.

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    We just upgraded to king. Love it!!! And yes you notice the difference.

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    We have a king and absolutely love it considering there is usually 4 of us in bed!


 

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