Organic cotton cover
Premium memory foam that's responsive and sleeps cool
Orthopedic back support base
Tack & jump quilting design
The More Layers the Better, Right?
Nope! We have chosen to focus on the quality of the layers instead of the number, and refuse to include extra layers you can't feel just so we can charge you more. If the foam doesn't improve the feel or airflow, you won't find it in our mattress.
How Firm is it?
You have the BEST customer service! I'm even giving your information to an antique dealer in Virginia with whom I do a lot of business. Thanks so much! Once again, your quick and attentive service has exceeded my expectations! I wouldn't go anywhere else for mattresses!
Premium Organic Cotton
Our luxurious mattress cover is made with premium organic cotton — one of the softest, most breathable fabrics available. It's cool, wicks moisture, and best of all, sustainable.
Premium Memory Foam
Say no to toxins in bed. We don't use heavy metals, formaldehyde, or phthalates.
Our open-cell technology foam allows cool and fresh air to circulate throughout the mattress so body heat never gets trapped.
Do you compress all of your mattresses for shipping?Yes we do.
Does compressing the mattress hurt it in any way?Not at all. Compressing the mattress doesn't change the way it feels, and doesn't change the integrity of the mattress.
How long have you been shipping mattresses in a box?Since 2008. Prior to that, we shipped them all by tractor trailer.
How long does it take for the mattress to expand?Once you take your mattress out of the box, it will expand and be ready to sleep on in minutes.
When can I sleep on it?Once your sheets are on, hop in and take a snooZZZe.
What is the shipping time?It takes us 7-10 days to build your mattress and ship it out.
Do you make 3/4 beds?Yes, but a 3/4 bed is a general term for beds less than full. Beds were made individually before mass production, so the standardization was not set. Each 3/4 bed is unique; the size can vary a few inches. The general measurement for a 3/4 bed is 48 x 72 or 48 x 75. Most beds do not measure this 3/4 bed size; therefore, we recommend that you measure your bed individually.
How do I measure my bed?Measuring a Wooden Bed Always use a tape measure with a rigid edge for accurate measurement. Measuring the Width If your bed has wood blocks at the end of the sideboards, measure between them at both the head and the foot, then take the narrowest figure and subtract for 1/2” to 1” for clearance. If you don’t have blocks, measure at the head, middle, and foot, and then subtract 1” for clearance. Measuring the Length Measure the length on both sides, usually the length of the side boards, and take the shorter measurement of the two. Then allow 1 1/2” to 2” for clearance for bedspreads/comforters to have room to drop down. Measuring the Height Measure from the top of the slats, L brackets, etc., to where you want the mattress to come on the headboard, usually where the ornamental part begins. This is your Total Set Height. The height of your bed is very important in determining which mattresses will fit. Also, measure the height from the floor to the top of the slats/L-brackets. Measuring an Iron Bed Always use a tape measure with a rigid edge for accurate measurement. Measuring the Width Do the rails look like an upright L? Or an upside-down L? If an upright L (designed to hold the slats), measure the width at the head, middle, and foot, and then take the narrowest figure and subtract for 1/2” to 1” for clearance. If they form an upside-down L, measure the width of the rail (usually 1 1/2”). Then measure from outside of rail to outside of opposite rail at the head, middle, foot. Measuring the Length Measure the length and subtract 1 1/2” to 2” for clearance to make room for your blanket/comforter to have room to drop down. If your side rails are thicker at the ends where they connect to the foot and head boards, you can either double your slats (one on top of the other—make sure to secure them together) or use 2 x 4s for slats. Both options enable you to have a longer mattress. Measuring the Height Measure from the top of the slats to where you want the mattress to come on the headboard, usually up to where the ornamental part begins. The Total Set Height very important in determining which mattresses will fit your bed. If your rails are upside down, measure from the top of the rail to where you want the mattress to come on the headboard, usually up to where the ornamental part begins. When you order, be sure to include the width of the side rails, so we can build a drop to keep your foundation from sliding.