When it comes to your sleep needs, choosing the perfect mattress is one of the top priorities. We want to share with you how you can find the perfect combination of comfort and support that works for you.
72″ x 84″— Biggest mattress available. Added length for couples who are on the tall side.
Select Your Mattress Type for the Best Comfort
Choosing a mattress type is as much about comfort as it is quality. A thicker, sturdier mattress will have more give and result in a softer feel. Some materials draw heat away from the body, making for a cooler sleep experience.
Basic foam mattresses offer a cloud-like sleep experience. They avoid the visco-elastic materials used in memory foam, so they’re more lightweight and affordable. You’ll still “sink into” a foam mattress, but it doesn’t respond to weight and pressure the same way memory foam does.
Memory foam is firm and supportive, but it also conforms to your body and adapts to your pressure points to relieve tension, aches, and pains. It evenly distributes body weight to provide personalized comfort for all body types.
All the benefits of memory foam with the addition of gel swirls, beads, or layers that increase air circulation. The gel helps to create an optimal sleep temperature and the extra layer increases support over standard memory foam.
Latex foam can be made from natural or synthetic ingredients. It’s firm, breathable, supportive, and hypoallergenic. Looking for a bouncy mattress? The surface of latex foam is springier than memory foam and responds more quickly to changes in weight and pressure.
This type of mattress has springs that are individually contained in fabric casings, reducing motion transfer and allowing your mattress to better contour to your body as you sleep. The structure of the coil system gives these mattresses a long life.
An ultra plush mattress has a very soft surface created by extra padding. Because it’s not sturdy, it won’t keep your back from arching, but it will ease shoulder and hip tension as you sleep on your side.