How to Keep Two Twin Beds Together

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How to Keep Two Twin Beds Together

This article was co-authored by wikiHow staff writer, Amy Bobinger. Amy Bobinger has been a writer and editor at wikiHow since 2017. She especially enjoys writing articles that help people overcome interpersonal hurdles but frequently covers a variety of subjects, including health and wellness, spirituality, gardening, and more. Amy graduated with a B.A. in English Lit from Mississippi College in 2011 and now lives in her hometown with her husband and two young sons.

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Maybe you want to repurpose your kids' old twin beds into a king-size bed for your guest room, or perhaps you've booked a room with two single beds and you'd prefer one large one. Putting two twin beds together will give you the luxurious width of a standard king-size bed, but how do you keep them from sliding apart while you sleep? If you're looking for a permanent solution, you can use a king-sized bed frame, then fill in the gap between the mattresses. For a quick fix, just attach the bed frames or the mattresses to each other.


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