A split-king is two twin XL mattresses pushed together to form a king-size bed.

Couples might prefer a split-king setup if they:

  • Have different mattress firmness preferences for their side of the bed, but still want to sleep in the same bed.
  • Want zero motion transfer between the two sides of the bed.
  • Want an adjustable base that can raise and lower each side of the bed independently, like the Podium Adjustable Bed.
  • Want to be able to combine or separate two sides of a bed, like in a guest room.

When it comes to bedding, a split-king setup will need two sets of twin XL fitted sheets, one king cover sheet, and one king blanket or duvet.

A split-king is two twin XL mattresses pushed together to form a king-size bed.

Couples might prefer a split-king setup if they:

  • Have different mattress firmness preferences for their side of the bed, but still want to sleep in the same bed.
  • Want zero motion transfer between the two sides of the bed.
  • Want an adjustable base that can raise and lower each side of the bed independently, like the Podium Adjustable Bed.
  • Want to be able to combine or separate two sides of a bed, like in a guest room.

When it comes to bedding, a split-king setup will need two sets of twin XL fitted sheets, one king cover sheet, and one king blanket or duvet.

A split-king is two twin XL mattresses pushed together to form a king-size bed.

Couples might prefer a split-king setup if they:

  • Have different mattress firmness preferences for their side of the bed, but still want to sleep in the same bed.
  • Want zero motion transfer between the two sides of the bed.
  • Want an adjustable base that can raise and lower each side of the bed independently, like the Podium Adjustable Bed.
  • Want to be able to combine or separate two sides of a bed, like in a guest room.

When it comes to bedding, a split-king setup will need two sets of twin XL fitted sheets, one king cover sheet, and one king blanket or duvet.

A split-king is two twin XL mattresses pushed together to form a king-size bed.

Couples might prefer a split-king setup if they:

  • Have different mattress firmness preferences for their side of the bed, but still want to sleep in the same bed.
  • Want zero motion transfer between the two sides of the bed.
  • Want an adjustable base that can raise and lower each side of the bed independently, like the Podium Adjustable Bed.
  • Want to be able to combine or separate two sides of a bed, like in a guest room.

When it comes to bedding, a split-king setup will need two sets of twin XL fitted sheets, one king cover sheet, and one king blanket or duvet.