OK to stack mattresses?
Still struggling with a plan for a multi purpose room that needs a table and chair for writing, a reading chair and a daybed for meditation AND needs to convert to guest space for a couple months of the year.
After researching futons, sofabeds, trundles, daybeds and every other guest room variant, it occurred to me that stacking a pair of custom 30 x 80 mattresses on the floor would be the desired small footprint and height for a daybed. Maybe the metal frames could even park (folded) under the mattress stack.
Then for the season of guests, I'd open the folding frame and lay the mattresses adjacent to make a queen bed. Use a memory foam layer, bedskirt etc. The frame shown could even be split to two narrow beds OK for kids.
I'm thinking this would maybe work. Or would the bottom mattress get too squashed or something...?