Hi Studdy bear,
Why do you ask? The pictures you have shown are all standard items.
I built my own in a Caravette 6. The width was determined by the space around and not the size. The matress was oredered to size. Mine is also higher (deeper) than the standard ones with more advantages.
True, but that also depends on the layout and size of cupboards.
Believe it or not, even extra length allows for a narrower bed.
When planning ours, I drew the plan on the floor to ensure sufficient walk around space - then I could see about another 6 cm between the cupbords at the foot end and lying at an angle gives even more length - our matress is about 4 cm broader than a standard dubbel bed.
Edge, I believe the 2.3 m, reffers to the van width, and not the bed.
Agreed - I viewed the 2.3m as reference to the caravan width - and with two small side cupboards would definately be narower.
In our case, the width would be about double the standard single bed at the back of the Caravette 6 as I cut the middle cupboard in half and fitted them for the cupboards at the head end.
Sorry don't have measurements here at work.
Standard bed sizes:
King size:183 x190cm
Qeen size: 152 x 190cm
Double bed : 137 x 190cm
3/4 bed : 105 x 190
Fleetline-L space provided: 120 x 200 cm. Not standard at all !!
This makes me mad!
See you got the size