Can A Mattress Be Stacked On Top Of Another Mattress In Place Of A Box Spring?

by | Nov 30, 2020 | Beds & Mattresses, Furniture Ergonomics, Furniture FAQs | 0 comments

If you stack two mattresses you would not be able to use a bed frame underneath. As a result your top mattress would be lower than what most people prefer.

Mattress tops are not perfectly flat and some mattress tickings (fabrics) are slippery. There is a pretty good chance the top mattress would slide off.

Other than that, there is no reason why you couldn’t stack two mattresses together.

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Jeff Frank

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