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Ace Mattress For Cosleeping

This 12-Foot-Wide Cosleeping Bed Is Big Enough For an Entire Football Team to Cuddle In

While cosleeping can be controversial, the practice of family bed sharing is still a popular one. It's so popular, in fact, that Ace Collection, an online fabricator and retailer of mattresses, bedding, and beds, is selling a sleep solution specifically designed to fit even the largest of families in the same bed. It made its first supersize bed five years ago when a client requested a sleeping solution big enough to fit all of her children simultaneously. The result is the Ace Family Size mattress, which measures in at a whopping 144 inches wide and 80 inches long; for reference, a queen-size mattress is just 60 inches wide and a king-size mattress is 76 inches.

The sprawling Ace Family Size mattress, which is available in soft, medium, or firm, is bigger than most starter apartments, so you'll need a spacious bedroom to accommodate it. In addition to lots of room, you'll also need a fair amount of money to make this high-quality cosleeping solution a reality. The mattresses start at $2,750 and entire packages, which include the box spring and metal frame, fitted and flat sheets, and four king-size pillow cases, add up to $4,054 — and you'll still need to buy a specialized duvet or comforter! If the Ace Family Size mattress is a bit too big for your brood, you could size down to the still-considerable Ace Size mattress that comes in at 108 inches and $2,250. Happy snuggling!

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