Good day everyone,
I have recently relocated to a bigger room, which means that I am no longer restricted to a single (90 cm / twin(?)) bed (my old room was quite small). However, the bed I have was actually quite expensive and I enjoy it a lot. Thus I decided I would buy the 180 cm (king size?) version of the same bed. Sadly finding a buyer for my bed has not been successful. Instead I've been considering getting an identical second bed, and just putting them together.
They are box spring beds, so they have a mattress and a 'base'. Attaching the bases shouldn't be too much of a problem, but I am wondering if I would notice (without trying too hard) that its not 1 mattress, but two different ones. They would of course be held together by the sheet you put over your mattress (I couldn't figure out the word for this), and you have those things you can put in between to cover the crack, it's called a pont d'amour as far as I know. The bed would also be put in between a wall and something heavy. I suppose I could also try and find a place where they could make a custom size elastic band to put around the mattresses, wherever they would make something like that.
So to summarize, do you think that I could recreate the king size bed experience with two separate beds, given that I put something in the middle to fill the crack and that I make sure the mattresses can't really move to the sides? Does anyone have any experience with this? The main reason I'm asking is because buying a new single person bed is cheaper than a new king size bed, but it is still expensive.
Thanks in advance