Originally Posted by Jammer
...Twin beds do provide more flexibility in a variety of situations.
i like the queen/34 but twins make any of the classics functionally LONGER.
with a queen there is basically 'shuffle space' to get around the bed on 3 sides.
and the bedroom is SINGLE PURPOSE with a queen mattress filling the room.
but twin beds give a wide center path and the beds can be sofa/play/study areas during the daytime.
the center path is wide enough for a cot or air mattress, creating 3 beds.
the twins beds are LONGER by 6-8 inches than an rv queen.
under bed storage and the shirt closets/overheads are easier to access in the twin set up.
it is useful to get inside both and plot the usage/convertibility of twin vs queen.
sleeping 5 means MAKING beds every night regardless,
but if the adults sleep forward at least most of the living space is available after dark,
and the kids have there own space too.