Best Mattresses to buy in 2023 for a good sleep

The best mattresses to buy in 2023 for quality sleep, reviewed

Are you Wondering on how you can find the best mattress or foam? We offer our best advice and ideas on choosing the best purchase and the best retailers to visit to buy it at, whether you want a memorable foam or pocket spring, budget options or luxurious buys
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While springs (or foam) make up the main body of the mattress, it is also worth thinking about what’s on top, in the “comfort layer,” which is also known as the sleep surface. In some mattresses this will be foam, or natural materials such as latex or bamboo which are becoming increasingly popular. “Natural materials such as wool and horse tail are breathable and help to regulate temperature as you sleep by wicking moisture away from the skin,” says the team at Savoir Beds. “Natural, chemical-free fillings are also kinder to the sleeper and also – during both processing and disposal – to the environment,” they add. More mattress brands are looking towards making mattresses easier to recycle by using more natural materials, so expect to see more natural latex mattresses, as well as some including coconut fibres.

How firm should my mattress be?

This varies depending on factors such as body shape, body weight and body type. “Generally speaking for people that weigh up to 11 stone (70kg) we recommend choosing soft,” says Jim Gerety. “Between 11-16 stone (70-102 kg) we recommend medium, 16-20 stone (102-125 kg) is firm, and above that extra firm.” The team at Savoir expand on this idea. “The correct level of support is fundamental when choosing a mattress,” as you need to ensure your spinal alignment is in its natural position. “To achieve this perfectly, you must sink into the bed to some extent, or your spine will curve unnaturally and this may affect your posture. If you lie on your side, your hips and shoulders need to sink in to make sure you get support around waist level. If you lie on your back, your body must sink in sufficiently to ensure your lower back is well supported.” So even if you have a bad back, you don’t necessarily need to buy a firm mattress.

For couples of different statures and sleeping styles, most good bed companies will make mattresses that feature different tensions on each side. “At Savoir we offer a split-tension mattress option, custom-made to your preferences, so both you and your partner can have totally different support in the same bed.” Vispring offers the same thing. “If it’s just a one step difference – ie. soft and medium, or medium and firm – we can make this so it’s seamless, with no zip down the middle of the mattress.”

Where to buy a mattress

There is a huge range of mattresses out there, varying hugely in price and quality. To help you figure out what mattress is best for you, we’ve browsed, researched and explored the best mattresses from all our favourite furniture shops. Many people might start at a retailer which sells a number of brands. John Lewis and And So To Bed, for example, are stockists of Vispring mattresses, which start at around £1,100. We also like Westend Bed Company, who carry Marshall & Stewart and Hypnos. For a wider range of prices, John Lewis is an ever-reliable standby, stocking affordable mattresses under its own labels, such as Anyday and Classic Collection. Many of these furniture stores offer a range of other bedding necessities such as duvets, pillows and even beds themselves.

The best mattresses to buy in 2023: memory foam, hybrid and pocket sprung

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Simba Hybrid Pro Mattress

Simba Hybrid Pro Mattress, £1798.80 from Simba.

  • Firmness: Medium firm
  • Type of mattress: Hybrid
  • Sizes available: Single, small double, double, EU double, EU queen, king and super king
  • Guarantee: 10 years
  • Trial period: 200 nights
  • Mattress depth: 28cm
  • Care: For the first three months, turn it 180 degrees once a month. Then every three to six months after that

Simba’s Hybrid Pro is part of their ‘hybrid’ line of mattresses, all of which offer layers of springs combined with layers of foam. The pro is their most high spec mattress to date and uses their trademark ‘Aerocoil’ springs as well as a wool layer to create the most comfortable mattress possible. Simba also make some of the best pillows we’ve tried.

Why we love it: Simba offers a range of four hybrid mattresses: Simba Essential, Simba Hybrid, Simba Hybrid Pro and the Simba Hybrid Luxe. As you go up the scale, you get more springs and more comfort layers.

The Simba Hybrid Pro is the second most high spec mattress (following the Hybrid Pro Luxe) and has seven layers, including a breathable sleep surface, a hypoallergenic wool and a layer of edge to edge support, meaning the edges are just as supportive as the middle. It also features their trademark ‘Aerocoil’ micro-cone springs, of which there are 5,000 of in the mattress, to help create this comfy and supportive mattress.

Even better? Thanks to the mattress’s springs, if your partner tosses and turns in their sleep you won’t be disturbed. Simba also makes some of the best pillows we’ve tried. The sustainably minded among you will be pleased to hear that all of Simba’s pillows, mattress and duvets are carbon neutral.

Customers are saying: Great for back pain, best night’s sleep in years, some reviews say it’s too warm.

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The Premium Mattress

Eve Sleep The Premium Hybrid Mattress, £979 from DFS.

  • Firmness: Medium firm
  • Type of mattress: Hybrid
  • Sizes available: Double, king and super king
  • Guarantee: 10 years
  • Sleep trial period: 1 year
  • Mattress depth: 28cm
  • Care: N/A

Eve’s Premium Mattress is a great mattress, whose innovation is led by science. Featuring their patented ‘Floatfoam’, this mattress is designed to stay cool throughout the night and supportive for its lifetime. With free delivery, readily available box dimensions (so you know exactly what’s going to turn up on your doorstep) and a ‘Delivery, Remove and Recycle’ service, Eve couldn’t make it easier for you to replace your mattress.

Why we love it: Eve was the first of the mattress in a box retailers to hit our consciousness, with their distinctive yellow branding and smart packaging. The Premium mattress is the brand’s most luxurious offering, and is made up of five layers of foam and springs, including the cooling memory foam layer and a layer of 1,400 pocket springs. To top things off, the quilted top (a removable and washable cover) makes things extra comfortable. The mattress is hypoallergenic and features seven pressure-relieving zones across it.

Customers are saying: Supportive, deeper than most and therefore heavier, good for couples thanks to movement isolation.

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Panda Hybrid Bamboo Mattress

Panda Hybrid Bamboo Mattress, £1,290 from Panda

  • Firmness: Medium firm
  • Type of mattress: Hybrid
  • Sizes available: UK single, EU single, UK small double, UK double, EU double, UK king, EU king, UK super king and emperor
  • Guarantee: 10 years
  • Trial period: 100 nights
  • Mattress depth: 27cm
  • Care: The zip off bamboo mattress cover can be removed easily and cleaned in the washing machine or by hand.
  • Other features: Free old mattress recycling service

Why we love it:

We were thoroughly impressed with Panda’s first mattress – a cooling hybrid mattress made with bamboo, naturally. Warm sleepers will love Panda’s new mattress, pegged as the ‘world’s most advanced, breathable bamboo mattress’. It’s medium-firm so it’s a perfect balance for those who like a mattress that isn’t too soft or too firm. It features six layers of optimised airflow, orthopaedic grade support and pressure point perfect comfort but our favourite feature has got to be its multi-zonal springs which isolate movement and means you can sleep soundly even if the person next to you is tossing and turning. – Tal Dekel-Daks

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Tempur Cloud Elite Mattress

Tempur Cloud Elite Mattress, £1,699 from Barker & Stonehouse.

  • Firmness: Soft
  • Type of mattress: Hybrid
  • Sizes available: Small single, single, long single, double, king and super king
  • Guarantee: 10 yearsSleep trial period
  • Sleep trial period: 40 nights
  • Mattress depth: 25cm
  • Care: N/A

Why we love it: Operating since 1946, Barker & Stonehouse know a thing or two about longevity. They offer brands such as Tempur and Somnus, and also a large range of sustainably made mattresses. Our top pick is the Tempur Cloud Elite Mattress, an extra soft mattress made up of three layers: a comfort level, a support layer and a base layer crafted from a high spec material developed for the NASA space program. The brand also plants a tree for every delivery it makes, which helps absorb carbon and supports farmers in Indonesia.

Customers are saying: Best for side sleepers, no motion transfer, the edges can be a little soft which can lead to feeling slightly unsupported.

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Brook + Wilde The Lux Mattress

The Lux Mattress, £899 from Brook + Wilde.

  • Firmness: Available in soft, medium, firm and extra firm
  • Type of mattress: Hybrid
  • Sizes available: Single, double, king and super king
  • Guarantee: 10 years
  • Sleep trial period: 100 nights
  • Mattress depth: 26cm
  • Care: N/A

Why we love it: Another great mattress in a box retailer, Brook + Wilde offer a trim range of four mattresses with different levels of luxury, and we particularly like that you can choose the firmness of whichever one you order. Each one comes in soft, medium or firm, lending it an agreeably bespoke feeling.

We think The Lux, the brand’s original and most affordable mattress, is a solid contender for best mattress on this list. It features five layers of differing materials in order to create the most comfortable mattress. These include the cooling memory foam that also prevents motion transfer and its ‘wave technology’ which helps spinal alignment and support you from your neck to your legs. The only downside we can see is that the bottom of the mattress is navy, so you need quite a thick fitted sheet to stop the colour from showing through your bedding.

Customers are saying: Easy, speedy delivery, all mattresses (from soft to extra firm) are described as comfortable and luxurious.

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Rolled Memory Foam Mattress

Rolled Memory Foam Mattress, £180 from John Lewis.

  • Firmness: Medium firm
  • Type of mattress: Memory foam
  • Sizes available: Single, double and king
  • Guarantee: 7 years
  • Trial period: 60 nights
  • Mattress depth: 15cm
  • Care: No turn

Why we love it: You really can’t beat John Lewis for the variety it offers, and you’re bound to find something you like here, with the added bonus that you can usually try it in person if you visit a store. The in-house ‘Anyday’ range offers some seriously affordable options and this Rolled Memory Foam mattress is a brilliant mid range option. The main core of the mattress is made from foam with a 2cm layer of memory foam on the top that moulds to the body for premium comfort.

Customers are saying: Mattress does off-gas a little and also needs to plump up after delivery, so it’s recommended to open the mattress in the morning, improvement of back pain, very comfortable

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REM-FIT 400 Hybrid Mattress

REM-FIT 400 Hybrid Mattress, £477.95 from REM-FIT.

  • Firmness: Medium firm
  • Type of mattress: Hybrid
  • Sizes available: Small single, long single, single (UK & EU), small double, double (UK & EU), king (UK & EU) and super king
  • Guarantee: 15 years
  • Sleep trial period: 100 nights
  • Mattress depth: 25 cm
  • Care: N/A

Why we love it: The Hybrid 400 Mattress is the most affordable of the three hybrid options from REM-FIT, the others being the 500 Ortho Hybrid and the 600 Lux Hybrid. Another bed in a box option, this mattress is made of five layers including 2,000 premium pocket springs (which helps with spine alignment), while the bottom base is made from high-density foam. The springs are tall pocket springs, at 15cm high, and are made from triple tempered steel and help to contain movement.

The top layer is made of ‘open cell’ construction, helping to regulate temperatures and prevent overheating. It is also hypoallergenic and wicks away moisture, too. With edge to edge support, side sleepers (who this mattress is designed for, but it does suit all sleep styles) still get the support they need..

What customers are saying: Would recommend for back pain, really comfortable. Although some say the customer service isn’t the best and the chemical smell lingers for a while.

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Cool Gel Foam Mattress

Cool Gel Foam Mattress, £199 from Dusk.

  • Firmness: Medium firm
  • Type of mattress: Foam
  • Sizes available: Single, double, king and super king
  • Guarantee: 1 year
  • Sleep trial period: 100 nights
  • Mattress depth: N/A
  • Care: No flipping, just rotate regularly

Why we love it: In a natural progression, the ever popular bedding retailer Dusk have recently launched a new range of mattresses. Made in Yorkshire, our pick of the range is the Cool Gel Foam Mattress. Its three foam tiers include the top cooling gel foam layer to help with airflow and dissipating body heat, while the bottom layer is completely recycled for a more environmentally friendly end product. Your mattress will arrive vacuum packed, so you don’t need to struggle up and down stairs or through doorways with a cumbersome mattress.

Customers are saying: Genuinely cooling, most comfortable mattress ever, luxurious feel.

Read the full Dusk Cool Gel Foam Mattress review by House & Garden‘s Digital Editor Virginia Clark

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Elite Mattress

Elite Mattress, £1,055 from And So To Bed.

  • Firmness: Soft, medium, firm and extra firm
  • Type of mattress: Pocket spring
  • Sizes available: Small single, single, long single, double, king and super king
  • Guarantee: 30 years
  • Trial period: No trial period, but free returns.

Why we love it:  With around 20 showrooms across the UK, it should be easy to pop into a branch of And So To Bed and try out their luxury range. It’s a one stop shop for all your bedding needs, with mattresses by Vispring, market leaders for pocket spring mattresses, J. Marshall and Tempur, plus duvets, pillows, linens, and bedroom furniture. Their Elite mattress is constructed from hand-nested calico pocket springs which is available in four different tensions. The upholstery is made from natural fillings like bonded British fleece wool and cotton and hand tufted with felt washers.

Customers are saying: Durability has come under question, but the 30 year guarantee should ease any concerns, back pain relief

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Otty Pure Hybrid Bamboo Mattress and Charcoal

Otty Pure Hybrid Bamboo Mattress and Charcoal, £524.99 from Otty.

  • Firmness: Medium firm
  • Type of mattress: Hybrid
  • Sizes available: Single, small double, double (EU & UK), king (EU & UK), super king
  • Guarantee: 10 year
  • Sleep trial period: 100 nights
  • Mattress depth: 25cm
  • Care: Turned once a month for the first 6 months

Why we love it: Otty is one for the eco-conscious, as it’s the first brand to use bamboo in its products, which is extremely fast growing making it a very sustainable material. It also helps to wick away moisture and regulate temperatures. Otty also uses charcoal in this mattress, which is hypoallergenic and absorbs any odours. Designed for all sleeping types, this mattress is the latest iteration from the brand’s hybrid range and has six layers that include heat regulating foam, a layer of 16cm pocket springs (its tallest springs yet), high density foam and breathable sides too.

What customers are saying: Evenly spread support, don’t wake up hot and don’t wake up with aches and pains anymore.

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Vispring Elite Mattress

Vispring Elite Mattress, £1,055 from Vispring.

  • Firmness: Soft, medium, firm and extra firm
  • Type of mattress: Pocket spring
  • Sizes available: Small single, single, long single, double, king and super king
  • Guarantee: 30 years
  • Sleep trial period: No trial period, but free returns
  • Mattress depth: 21cm + 6cm doming
  • Care: Turn twice a month for the first three months and once each season thereafter

Why we love it: Vispring has been making luxurious mattresses for more than 120 years, so they really know a thing or two about getting a good night’s sleep. They pride themselves on using natural and sustainable materials, meaning this is also totally recyclable at the end of its life. There’s no bleached materials or chemicals used in any of its mattresses. This Elite mattress is constructed from 1,254 hand-nested calico pocket springs which are available in four different tensions. The upholstery is made from natural fillings like bonded British fleece wool and cotton and hand tufted with felt washers.

Customers are saying: Durability has come under question, but the 30 year guarantee should ease any concerns, back pain relief.

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The Lambswool Mattress

The Lambswool Mattress, £1,310 from Naturalmat.

  • Firmness: Medium
  • Type of mattress: Coir and foam
  • Sizes available: Small single, single, long single, small double, double, king, queen, super king, emperor
  • Guarantee: 5 years
  • Sleep trial period: 45 days
  • Mattress depth: 21cm
  • Care: N/A

Why we love it: Handmade in solar-powered factories in Devon, these luxurious mattresses are made using only natural materials, as you might expect. Inside you’ll find coir coated with latex, lambswool and cashmere, pocket springs, and even horsehair or mohair. The company also makes headboards, divans, bedding and cot mattresses, and you can try them out at their showrooms in London, Devon and Cornwall (as well as a baby and child boutique in Notting Hill). Our personal favourite is the medium Lambswool Mattress, an allergy free, breathable, natural, organic option. This is a brilliant option for those who are after something a little less synthetic than the typical market offering.

Customers are saying: Great customer service, many people have gone on to buy a second or third

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Casper Hybrid Mattress

Casper Hybrid Mattress, £1,000 from Mattress Online.

  • Firmness: Medium
  • Type of mattress: Hybrid
  • Sizes available: Single, small double, super king
  • Guarantee: 10 years
  • Sleep trial period: 60 nights
  • Mattress depth: 24cm
  • Care: No turning needed

Why we love it: With a huge range of mattresses to choose from, frequent sales and next day delivery on many items, Mattress Online is a great place to start your mattress hunt, especially if you’re after one of the bigger brand names out there, such as Silentnight or Sealy, at an affordable price. It’s also now the only UK retailer to stock Casper after the brand moved to the US. The Casper Hybrid is our favourite option from Mattress Online, with its triple foam layers and zoned springs for maximum support. It has edge to edge support, preventing rolling off, along with layers of breathable foam and zoned springs for support. This mattress comes rolled up and boxed, making the delivery pretty hassle free.

Customers are saying: Back pain relief, boxed packaging makes for easy manoeuvrability, comfortable.

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Nectar Hybrid Mattress

Nectar Hybrid Mattress, £790.90 from Nectar.

  • Firmness: Medium to medium firm
  • Type of mattress: Hybrid
  • Sizes available: Single, small double, king, super king
  • Guarantee: Forever
  • Sleep trial period: 365 nights
  • Mattress depth: 25cm
  • Care: Rotated as necessary, no specific instructions from the brand

Why we love it: Mattress in a box retailers Nectar are so confident in their product that they offer a full-year trial period and a warranty that lasts forever. There’s five mattresses to choose from, two memory foams, including the highly rated Nectar Memory Foam Mattress and three hybrids, ranging from Essential to Premier.

We like the hybrid best as it offers both memory foam and spring support, enhanced breathability and a quilted cooling cover that’s designed to draw heat away from your body. It is also constructed from 3cm of memory foam, making it nice and supportive and breathable. You can buy it in a bundle with a bed (there are two to choose from) and with bedding. If you’re a bit indecisive, this makes everything easier.

Customers are saying: Life changing, pain relieving, great service.

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Dormeo S Plus Memory Foam Mattress

Dormeo S Plus Memory Foam Mattress, £599.99 from Dormeo.

  • Firmness: Customisable
  • Type of mattress: Memory foam
  • Sizes available: Single, double, king, super king
  • Guarantee: 18 years
  • Trial period: 60 days
  • Mattress depth: 20cm
  • Care: N/A

Why we love it: Dormeo is a particularly affordable choice and our pick of the bunch would be the Dormeo S Plus Memory Foam Mattress. This one is especially good for couples who require different specifications from their mattress as each half can be customised to the individual. All you need to do is unzip the top layer and choose which type of memory foam you prefer. With an S-shaped Ecocell core and Octaspring you’re both guaranteed a great night’s sleep.

Customers are saying: Brilliant night’s sleep, customisable comfort, slightly lengthy delivery

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The Little Green Sheep Natural Dual Sided Pocket Sprung Mattress

The Little Green Sheep Natural Dual Sided Pocket Sprung Mattress, £1,598.95 from The Little Green Sheep.

  • Firmness: Medium on one side, medium firm on the other
  • Type of mattress: Pocket sprung
  • Sizes available: Single, small double, king
  • Guarantee: 5 years
  • Trial period: 100 nightsSleep trial period: 100 nights
  • Mattress depth: 22cm
  • Care: Flip it depending on whether you want medium or medium firm

Why we love it: The Little Green Sheep uses only natural and high quality materials, including coconut fibre, wool, cotton and latex to help you sleep “the way nature intended.” Our top pick is the Dual Sided Pocket Mattress which is medium on the top of the mattress and medium-firm on the bottom, so you can change things up at will. Its core is made from coconut coir which was chosen as it performs like thousands of evenly spread tiny springs to offer great support. There are also pocket springs here too, so it is pressure relieving.

Customers are saying: Great service, comfortable mattress.

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Orthos Origins 8 Mattress

Orthos Origins 8 Mattress, price on request from The Westend Bed Company.

  • Firmness: Firm and extra firm
  • Type of mattress: Pocket Sprung
  • Sizes available: Single, double, king and super king
  • Sleep trial period: N/A
  • Depth: 29cm
  • Care: Double sided, turn and rotate with the seasons

Why we love it: With a showroom in East Sheen, London, The Westend Bed Company is a brilliant destination if you want to be guided through the process of buying a bed. With 45 minute sleep consultations available to book, you can be sure that you’re getting the right bed for your lifestyle and sleep habits. Stockists of luxury hand-crafted beds by Marshall & Stewart and Hypnos, you can’t go far wrong here anyway, but the dedicated and knowledgeable staff are a bonus you won’t find everywhere. This mattress features the brand’s bespoke 8 pocket spring system, edge to edge support and layers of naturally soft and breathable organic cotton with flax and hemp, plus two fleeces of responsibly sourced British wool to regulate your temperature. The range also features unbleached cotton and a linen sleep surface.

Customers are saying: Best bed ever, divine, dramatic improvement of sleep.

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Brook + Wilde The Perla Mattress

Brook + Wilde The Perla Mattress, £3,399 from Brook + Wilde.

  • Firmness: Available in soft, medium, firm
  • Type of mattress: Hybrid
  • Sizes available: Double, king and super king
  • Guarantee: 10 years
  • Sleep trial period: 200 nights
  • Mattress depth: 32cm
  • Care: N/A

Why we love it: Another great mattress from sleep staple Brook + Wilde. This mattress is made up of an impressive 14 layers which is the most we’ve seen, including a breathable top layer, a silk infused cover, a layer of 1,000 pocket springs, another of 2,000 pocket springs, an extra high density base and two layers of 2,000 micro-springs.

The Perla Mattress is the newest kid on the block for retailer Brook + Wilde. What makes it stand out from the rest of their range is the materials used are predominantly natural. Featuring quantities of silk, cashmere, bamboo, lamb’s wool and more, this mattress is truly top of the range. It’s made completely in the UK and can be customised between soft, medium and firm depending on your specific preferences.

Customers are saying: Aches and pains alleviated, better than any other mattress, good delivery.

Frequently Asked Questions

Memory foam is special because it retains or “remembers” its shape, yielding to pressure from the sleeper’s body, then bouncing back once the sleeper removes pressure. In Marriott guest rooms, Rizzo says, “Everything you sleep on is foam.”
What mattresses do Hilton hotels use? The mattresses used in Hilton hotels have been crafted by Serta. Named the Serenity Bed, the mattress features plentiful coils to support the spine and minimise motion during the night, while reinforced edges prevent sagging.
Additionally, most hotels turn to classic brands such as Sealy, Serta-Simmons, and Beautyrest. To fully recreate your hotel sleeping experience, you can opt for one of these brands. Because hotels purchase luxury mattresses, they’re likely to run you at least $2,000.
An innerspring mattress costs $850 on average for a queen size. A foam mattress will cost you on average $1,000 for a queen size. A latex mattress averages at right around $1,500 for a queen. A queen size hybrid mattress will run you $1,650 on average.
With a PranaSleep mattress, your spine is kept in a natural position, so you can rest comfortably. This mattress also uses fabric that was originally developed by NASA-no wonder it’s a fave among stars like Oprah and Serena. It absorbs excess body heat, so you’re not sweating through the night.
Custom-made for the hotel chain, the hybrid Ritz-Carlton Bed boasts a plush-top construction, reinforced foam-cased edges and gel-infused memory foam layers so hot sleepers won’t have to fuss with the thermostat at night.
Even though there are many other mattress types available today, innerspring mattresses are still the most popular. Innerspring mattresses are also known as coil mattresses thanks to their makeup. Each innerspring mattress is constructed of a steel coil support system.
A good mattress is made from high-quality materials, and high-quality materials are expensive. But that doesn’t necessarily mean all expensive mattresses are great—only the ones made with high-quality materials are worth their salt.
When Saatva launched in 2010, the founders wanted to create a different kind of mattress company. “Over the prior thirty or forty years, the mattress industry had developed a terrible reputation,” says Saatva founder and CEO Ron Rudzin.
You shouldn’t flip any mattress unless it’s specifically marketed as a double-sided mattress. Most memory foam, latex, hybrid, and pillow top or Euro top mattresses are one-sided. Flipping one-sided mattresses leads to excess pressure on the comfort layer, causing irreversible damage to the mattress.
every 1 to 2 years. Most experts recommend replacing pillows every 1 to 2 years. Doing so helps to ensure that you’re using pillows that are supportive, clean, and free of allergens. It is also important to care for the pillows you use to ensure their longevity. Generally, you’ll be able to tell when it’s time to replace your pillows.
A bed that is too low can block the flow of chi, and a bed that is too high can create a buildup of energy and cause restlessness in the night. According to feng shui experts, the best bet is a medium-height bed with a clear and open space underneath.
What mattress types last the longest? Two of the best mattress types for durability are memory foam mattresses and hybrid mattresses. Both of these mattress types are designed with longevity in mind.
It’s possible – but not likely – that a mattress can last 20 years. The longevity of your mattress depends on several factors, including how much wear and tear it undergoes and the quality of its parts. Some mattresses, like memory foams and latex, can last up to 15 years, much longer than the average innerspring.
All mattresses will sag eventually, and this effect will have a significant impact on the bed’s feel and comfort. Thankfully, there are a few things that mattress owners can do to help minimize the effects of sagging.

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