Your #mind setup starts with your #boudoir


My boudoir is as bed size for 4 :) but I don't like swing and I love my intimacy so this luxurious bed is only for me :)


Naming standards on different bed sizes and their corresponding actual measurements can vary across national standards. Examples of such nomenclature are names like "Single", "Double", "Queen" or "King" size. Sometimes the naming standards are further divided by adding adjectives such as "Narrow", "Wide", "Extra Wide", "Long", "Extra Long" and so on, which also can vary across national standards.

For example, a King size bed may measure (in width by length):

  • 150 cm × 200 cm (59 in × 79 in) in the UK.

  • 165 cm × 203 cm (65 in × 80 in) in New Zealand.[2]

  • 180 cm × 190 cm (71 in × 75 in) in Portugal, but is also available in 195 and 200 cm (77 and 79 in) lengths.[3]

  • 180 cm × 200 cm (71 in × 79 in) in Indonesia.[4]

  • 183 cm × 191 cm (72 in × 75 in) in Singapore[5] and Malaysia.[6]

  • 183 cm × 203 cm (72 in × 80 in) in Australia.[7]

  • 183 cm × 216 cm (72 in × 85 in) in India.[8]

  • 193 cm × 202 cm (76 in × 80 in) in the US.[9]

Because of the growth of international trade and the above potential cause of confusion, bed sizes are becoming more standardized. In most countries, using the International System of Units, bed dimensions most often appear in centimeters, and often only by width and length.[10] In the United States, Canada, and some regions influenced by the former British Empire, dimensions are usually in inches.[11]


Northern Europe[edit]

These sizes are for Switzerland, Germany, Poland, Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Iceland, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania. There are some variations between different countries, but these are the most common sizes.

Until the 1980s the most common mattress length was 190 cm.

Single

  • 70 cm × 200 cm (28 in × 79 in), only used for double beds with two separate mattresses.

  • 80 cm × 200 cm (31 in × 79 in), only used for young peoples beds/ bunk beds and double beds with two separate mattresses.

  • 90 cm × 200 cm (35 in × 79 in), common single bed. Extended variants are typically 210 cm (83 in).

  • 100 cm × 200 cm (39 in × 79 in), new common single bed size.

  • 120 cm × 200 cm (47 in × 79 in), uncommon, often as futon beds that are sold with mattress, slats and frame.

  • 140 cm × 200 cm (55 in × 79 in), common, especially among young people.

Double

  • 140 cm × 200 cm (55 in × 79 in)[17]

  • 160 cm × 200 cm (63 in × 79 in), common, often with two separate mattresses.

  • 180 cm × 200 cm (71 in × 79 in), most common double bed,[18] often with two separate mattresses

  • 200 cm × 200 cm (79 in × 79 in), a common extra-wide bed, often with two separate mattresses

In Portugal is


Super king size200 cm (79 in) expensive mattresses, orthopedic wood somiere, plug in in heather...


I sleep like a royalty!

Alone is the best way to sleep, nobody disturbs you!


I sleep in cotton 100% and silk 100%

The wall color is white

The Curtain blue violet = purple

The meaning and influence is



The linen is white and purple


Coverage is Beige


This is the piece of resistance in my boudoir !

Then come the rest




Sounds

Love and higher mind

Fragrance Roma from Laura Biagiotti

Lights low on spot

Pajamas silk satin


Thank you Universe

I love my life!

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