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02 Jun 2021 17:16
After a lot of search, I found a few different mattress companies that I'm interested in purchasing a mattress from, but I'm wondering if anyone else may be familiar with these companies or perhaps have even purchased from them before? I know it's a long shot, but I thought I'd ask. I'd appreciate any thoughts on these companies and/or any suggestions/thoughts on purchasing any of these mattresses from them, because I'm getting overwhelmed.

beloitmattress.com - A small, family-owned company in Beloit, Wisconsin. Their site is pretty transparent regarding the craftsmanship and materials used for the mattresses. I'm looking at the Basics Royal mattress, the Basics Princess , and the Basics Majestic Plush Top .

www.jonathanstevens.com - A company in Michigan. I'm looking at their ComfortRest mattress line, particularly the ComfortRest IV .

customcomfortmattress.com - Unfortunately I can't afford their more natural mattresses, but I'm looking at their Refresh line, particularly the Refresh 2.1 and Refresh 4.1 mattresses.

Adding another: mattressmakers.com - Regarding the Orthopedic Support mattress and the Balboa Medium .
05 Sep 2017 15:54
Hi Zoe0765D,

Welcome to the Mattress Forum! :)

I went to Custom Comfort mattress here in CA and tried out a Talalay mattress. It has a 6inch base that has a 32 ILD and a topper of 1inch that is 19 ILD and also it is reversible with the 1 inch 19 ILD at the bottom. This bed felt really good. Steep price for sure. First question... do you really need to flip a latex bed or is this just a great selling point to make you think you will get twice as many years out of the mattress?


Latex is a good quality and durable material, and many companies will state that yo do not need to flip or rotate their latex products, but I do recommend to do this periodically, as all foams soften a bit over time, even latex. Being able to flip a latex mattress can theoretically extend the life of the product ( I wouldn’t expect double the life), but even a latex mattress that is “one-sided” should last over 10 years.

Seems like a good company but could not find any info on them here.


There are plenty of good companies not mentioned here on the forum, but a forum search on Customcomfortmattress or a specific term site search on Custom Comfort (you can just click the links) will bring up all the comments and feedback about them on the forum (along with a few additional results that use the term "custom comfort" but aren't about that specific manufacturer) but overall they are an old and very experienced manufacturer that make some very high quality mattresses with good materials and construction and are transparent about what is in their mattresses but as you mentioned they are also in a higher budget range than some of the other options that are available to you in the L.A. area so I would make some good "value comparisons" with other similar mattresses.

While price is certainly important of course .. the "value" of a mattress purchase is what is most important and price is just one of many factors that can affect the "value" of a mattress purchase. There isn't a "formula" that can be used to assess or "calculate" the value of a mattress because there are so many different variables and criteria involved that can affect the price of a mattress that can each be more or less important to some people and not to others who may have completely different criteria or definitions of "value". The "value" of a mattress purchase is also relative to how a mattress compares to the other finalists you are considering or to other mattresses that are available to you in your area (or online if you are also considering online options). There are many reasons that a mattress that may be "good value" for one person or in one area of the country may not be good value for someone else that has very different needs and preferences or that lives in a different area.

There is more about the 3 most important parts of the "value" of a mattress purchase in post #13 here which can help you make more meaningful quality/value comparisons between mattresses in terms of suitability (how well you will sleep), durability (how long you will sleep well), and the overall value of a mattress compared to your other finalists based on suitability, durability, and all the other parts of your personal value equation that are most important to you (including the price of course and the options you have available after a purchase if your choice doesn't turn out as well as you hoped for).

I have also looked up Sleep on latex because of my reading here on TMU thank you. They are different in that they use Dunlop Latex. I can't find a place here to try and lay down on Dunlop so I can just read about the different feel. After speaking with Sleep on Latex I got this info. There Med firm bed 9 inch. The core 6 inch is 34 ILD and the 2 inch topper is 20 ILD. No option to flip the mattress. (Is that important?) So I know the feel will most likely be different. Also, can you compare these ILD between talalay and Dunlop?


As you are aware, Sleep on Latex is a site member here, which does mean that I think highly of them. You are correct that Dunlop has a different feel from Talalay, so ideally you’d want to sample something similar in person if it’s available. Dunlop tends to “firm up faster” than Talalay (have a higher compression modulus) in similar ILD ranges.

Dunlop and Talalay aren't directly comparable in terms of firmness using only ILD numbers because there are several factors that can affect how soft or firm a mattress (or an individual layer) feels besides just the ILD of the material (see post #4 here ) and Dunlop and Talalay that are the same thickness and ILD won't feel the same in terms of their firmness for most people because they have a different response curve and compression modulus (how quickly a material becomes firmer as you sink into it more deeply). There is more about the difference between Dunlop and Talalay in post #7 here .

The good news is that you are considering products that are both using higher quality materials. The Sleep on Latex uses 100% natural Dunlop (I’m unsure about the Talalay you looked at from Custom Comfort).

If you have more specific questions or test something else, I’ll do my best to answer them for you.

Phoenix
21 Jan 2017 18:19
Hi lax2luv,

Welcome to the Mattress Forum! :)

Is there a mattress that is similar to the Pure Echo by My Green Mattress, but less expensive and less firm?

The Pure Echo (as you may have already found) is quite a good value for a quality non-foam mattress. Regarding firmness, you’ll tend to find most non-foam mattresses to be on the firm side, especially as the fibers compress over time and some people do add wool toppers to achieve a bit more plushness without the aid of foams. Post #3 here has some of the better sources for these I'm aware of.

I do get asked this question once in a while, here is a very incomplete list with some examples of some manufacturers that make mattresses similar to what you are looking for (innerspring/natural fibers with no foam) to give you some ideas and a sense of the wide variety of designs and pricing available. Some of these include latex which you may want to exclude but you can look on their sites to see what they have available.

www.mygreenmattress.com (a member of this site)

www.gardnermattress.com/ (a member of this site)

www.wjsouthard.com/

www.vivetique.com/ see here as well daxstores.com

www.holylamborganics.com/

www.purerest.com/

lifekind.com/index.php and their sister company www.omimattress.com/

royalpedic.com/default.asp

www.naturepedic.com/

www.sleeptek.ca/ see here thenaturalsleepstore.com/products/sueno-...spring-mattress.html for an example

www.chbeckley.com/

customcomfortmattress.com/

landandsky.com/index.asp see here for examples thenaturalbedstore.com/organic-mattress.asp

www.norwalkmattress.com/

www.mycustombedding.com/index.php

www.whitelotushome.com/

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Phoenix
30 Jun 2016 13:55
Hi Mujib,

I'm looking to get a latex mattress for my wife and me and two for our two toddlers. Is anyone familiar with Custom Comfort (customcomfortmattress.com)? There prices seem to be a bit higher than some of the other websites recommended here.


A forum search on Customcomfortmattress or a specific term site search on Custom Comfort (you can just click the links) will bring up all the comments and feedback about them on the forum (along with a few additional results that use the term "custom comfort" but aren't about that specific manufacturer) but overall they are an old and very experienced manufacturer that make some very high quality mattresses with good materials and construction and are transparent about what is in their mattresses but as you mentioned they are also in a higher budget range than some of the other options that are available to you in the Los Angeles region list so I would make some good "value comparisons" with other similar mattresses.

While price is certainly important of course .. the "value" of a mattress purchase is what is most important and price is just one of many factors that can affect the "value" of a mattress purchase. There isn't a "formula" that can be used to assess or "calculate" the value of a mattress because there are so many different variables and criteria involved that can affect the price of a mattress that can each be more or less important to some people and not to others who may have completely different criteria or definitions of "value". The "value" of a mattress purchase is also relative to how a mattress compares to the other finalists you are considering or to other mattresses that are available to you in your area (or online if you are also considering online options). There are many reasons that a mattress that may be "good value" for one person or in one area of the country may not be good value for someone else that has very different needs and preferences or that lives in a different area.

There is more about the 3 most important parts of the "value" of a mattress purchase in post #13 here which can help you make more meaningful quality/value comparisons between mattresses in terms of suitability (how well you will sleep), durability (how long you will sleep well), and the overall value of a mattress compared to your other finalists based on suitability, durability, and all the other parts of your personal value equation that are most important to you (including the price of course and the options you have available after a purchase if your choice doesn't turn out as well as you hoped for).

There is also more information and some general guidelines about buying a mattress for children in post #2 here and the posts it links to that should be helpful as well.

Phoenix
30 Jun 2016 12:57
Greetings,

I'm looking to get a latex mattress for my wife and me and two for our two toddlers. Is anyone familiar with Custom Comfort (customcomfortmattress.com)? There prices seem to be a bit higher than some of the other websites recommended here.

Thanks. This forum is an excellent resource.
25 May 2015 00:33
Hello everyone,

My wife and I visited the Custom Comfort Pasadena showroom today. We found the Retreat 101 with LX4.1 Topper (customcomfortmattress.com/mattresses/retreat-101-with-lx4-1-topper/) particularly comfortable and were generally impressed with the materials and construction methods. Apparently Custom Comfort is refreshing their line in the next month and offered us 20% off the "usual" price. Perhaps, that's true or just salesmanship. Regardless, here's my quandary: we liked the bed, but the price is beyond what we feel we should be spending on a bed. I've just started to read through the site and consider alternatives. So far, it seems that Flexus might be another possibility.

We visited SitNSleep earlier (I know, I know...) and only like a few things: the Aireloom Moonlight preferred collection (also too expensive)

So before I make a mistake and spend less on a Stearn and Foster Brighton or roll the dice on Charles Rogers Powercore Estate (www.charlesprogers.com/powercore-estate-p-580.html?cPath=4_290) without ever trying it, what should I seriously consider?

Many, many thanks. Happy Memorial Day to everyone,
Jeff
15 Mar 2015 11:21
Hi kmby,

If you are in the Los Angeles area you could try www.flexuscomfort.com/ or customcomfortmattress.com/
If you live in the San Diego area you could try Escondido Mattress Factory

Ikea also sells a box spring.

I'm not sure what type of mattress you have but I would keep in mind that most mattresses today may not need or even do best with a box spring.

Phoenix
03 Dec 2014 17:52
Hi motuman,

We are very intrigued with the idea of sampling a well made mattress using softech micro-coils in the topper, as my wife and I both prefer the feel of an innersprings over foam cores, and (if the of the manufactures data can be believed) the micro coils have the potential to be one of the most durable topping materials.


I would certainly agree that microcoils are a durable component but I don't think that the benefits or durability of a microcoil would be limited to the Softech coils alone and there are other microcoils that are also similar that you may wish to consider as well (see post #8 here ).

I also think that the manufacturer of Talalux latex (Radium) would dispute the numbers they are quoting.

Since a microcoil is a comfort component (used over a support core) and traditional innersprings (including pocket coils) are support components that use different types of comfort layers (usually some type of foam) on top of them ... the "feel" of a microcoil will be different from the "feel" of most innerspring mattresses so it's a good idea to see if you can test them in person.

In very general terms they are good at contouring to the shape of the body and and are also good with motion separation (like pocket coils in general) they also have a very "resilient" or "springy" feel.

I don't keep a record of all the individual mattresses that are available at the retailers that are included in the hundreds of local lists throughout the forum (it would be more than anyone could keep up with in a constantly changing market) ... but off the top of my head I know that Berkeley Ergonomics has a number of mattresses that include microcoils and Spinal Care Bedding has one here that may be available at a local retailer and Custom Comfort also seems to have one here and Naturepedic also has several that may also be available at local retailers.

Phoenix
15 Aug 2014 20:16
Hi hershcules,

Here’s what we think we want in our new mattress after visiting PJ's and doing a ton of research:
1. Cal King
2. 100% Talalay (Blended/Synthetic for durability) or 100% natural dunlop for both core and support layers
a. From Latex International or Radium.
b. Oeko-Tex or Eco-Institut for latex CERTIFICATION
3. Highest quality and density possible (esp upper layers, top 5-6”) since I’m heavier in weight. I’m assuming over 2lbs.+
4. IDL – probably above 30 (firm). The Ivy Organics Firm was too firm but the medium was a little too soft for me (perfect for my wife). Wife isn’t really into a split design mattress.
5. 2-sided design – again we value durability here given our current mattress.
6. 100% all natural wool covering
7. 10 year + warranty w/ 3/4 depth gap or less – which I suppose is less important if materials are high quality.
8. Budget: $2000-3000 give or take
9. Foundation – we’ll also be getting a new platform bed frame w/ slats w/ 2” gaps or less. No box spring, but open to using a bunky board if our new bed frame doesn’t work with a latex mattress. My wife wants a frame w/ a nice headboard from Restoration Hardware or Pottery Barn (eyeing this one: www.potterybarn.com/products/adella-upho...7C1&cm_src=Quicklook ).


I'm not clear on whether you are looking for an all latex mattress or a latex hybrid because one of your criteria (2 lb) would only apply to polyfoam not to latex but if you are looking for an all latex mattress then I'm not so sure I would include a two sided mattress as one of your main criteria because it would limit your options both in terms of availability and in terms of the mattress designs that would be possible. You would also lose the ability to include component latex mattresses in your choices which allow you to choose individual layers and replace individual layers down the road if your needs and preferences change over time or if one or the layers softens or breaks down before the others. While I wouldn't exclude two sided latex mattresses either because even with latex they can be more durable than their one sided counterparts ... I wouldn't limit your choices to only 2 sided with latex. There is more about the pros and cons of two sided mattresses in post #3 here and the posts it links to.

I also wouldn't decide on any ILD specs ahead of time either and I would let your body do the testing for PPP (Posture and alignment, Pressure relief, and Personal preferences) because ILD is only one of several specs in that determines the firmness/softness of a foam material and ILD is also not directly comparable between different types of latex or between latex and other types of material.

As I said, we’re based in LA and from this post; it looks like there are a ton of local options, which my wife prefers vs buying online. I want to pick a MAXIMUM of 3 stores to visit and want to pick the ones that have the highest likelihood of meeting all/most of our criteria above, ideally in close proximity to each other. Alternatively, if there is one store that can meet all of these needs, we’re ready to buy this weekend.


Unfortunately I don't keep records of all the individual mattresses that each of the retailers or manufacturers in the dozens of local or regional lists throughout the forum have on their floor because it would be an impossible job for one person to keep up with in a market that is constantly changing in all the many areas around the country. I also don't have the time to look through each of their websites or make the phone calls for each of the members here to find out which of the options in the list would have mattresses that meet all your criteria so I have to leave the narrowing down process up to each of the individual members here.

Having said that ... Flexus Comfort is one of the members of this site which means that I think very highly of them and I believe they compete well with the best in the industry in terms of their quality, value, service and transparency. They make component latex mattresses and latex hybrids (two sided) and I would recommend that you include them as a priority in your research.

Foam Sweet Foam also makes a wide range of component latex mattresses from 6" to 15" and I also think highly of them and the owner Scott. (NOTE: They are now a member of this site).

I know that Electropedic makes two sided "finished" (not component) latex mattresses and Bedsetc may carry them as well.

Paramountmatt and Customcomfortmattress both make high quality two sided latex mattresses as well but these may be in higher budget ranges.

These aren't all the options that would probably meet your criteria but they are at least a few off the top of my head :)

Phoenix
18 Oct 2013 14:17
Hello all. Thank you for taking the time to read this topic. I've been a quiet lurker/student and it's helped me get a good setup. But I'm a little lost at this point, and hope to find some direction.

I’m a 5'-11" male weighing 178 lbs; side sleeper. I’ve been having off and on issues with my sciatic nerve for a few years now. Through physical therapy it’s gotten a lot better, but thought I should get a new bed just in case it was contributing. My old mattress was a 15 year old Spring Air, it was a soft mattress.

In August, of this year, we purchased a double sided mattress from Custom Comfort Mattress , the Renew 100. It is a 5 turn coil, with 2 layers of tufted cotton on each side. It is a firm mattress. Having read posts on The Mattress Underground (TUG), we took the advice given and purchased a 2" latex topper as a comfort layer from Brooklyn Bedding (BB).

The first topper I tried was a 2" 28 ILD. I did not like the feel of it, something about it reminded me of our previous mattress. So I exchanged it for a 3" 14 ILD, which was too cushy, I felt I sank far enough that it was bending me out of alignment. So I exchanged it for a 2" 14 ILD which felt fantastic. I LOVED the cush feel. The ONLY issue was that I was waking up with pressure soreness on my hip and shoulders. At this point I had to make a choice as to which topper to send back. Naturally BB wanted a returned topper before sending out another exchange. By the way, BB was amazing. They truly have great patient people working there. Anyways, I switched back and forth comparing the 2" 14 ILD with the 3" 14 ILD. In the end, though I loved the feel of the 2", the 3" did not give me pressure pain in the morning. So decided to send back the 2", though I still did not like the amount of sinking I felt in the 3". Once BB recieved the 2" I sent out for another exchange, a 2" 19 ILD. And that is where we are currently, I like it. But I don’t love it. We’ve been sleeping on this for a few nights now and I haven’t woken up with the pressure point soreness, though I feel like I could use a little more support for my side sleeping. Also, I’m really missing the cush feel from the 2" 14 ILD. I really did love that feel.

At this point I feel I’m at a point of fine tuning, and I’m lost. The 19 ILD seems to be the best “base” that works for my side sleeping and comfort; although not perfect. Now I’m hoping to find an additional layer that will give me that little bit of extra cush, without making me feel like I’m sinking (like the 3" 14 ILD did). At first I thought perhaps just a pad on top of the topper. But I did not know what to look for in pad quality that wouldn’t compromise the quality of topper and mattress underneath. I’d hate to end up with a pad that would eventually wear unevenly and lead to more alignment pain issues.

Thank you in advance for helping me figure out this sleep puzzle.

Regards,

Jorge
25 Sep 2013 21:26
I am stumped! I'm looking for a comfortable Innerspring Eastern King Mattress that is comfortable, durable, and fits in my price range (around $2K). Is this realistic?? I like medium to plush (level of firmness) and also mattresses with pillow tops.

I've visited about 7-9 stores so far, although a few of them were before I stumbled upon this website...I live in Orange County, CA. Here's where I've been: Macy's, OC Mattresses, Ortho, W. Simmons, Sit N Sleep, *Newport Bedding Co, *Ergo Beds, Custom Comfort and back to OC Mattresses + a few more smaller stores. (Newport Bedding & Ergo were recommended from this site).

My problem is that I've been looking for beds that have Latex in the comfort layer (for durability) - but the ones that I've laid on just don't feel nearly as good as the major "Sealy" type mattresses.

Before finding this site, we started looking at the major stores and looking at the major brands. We liked the feel of an Aireloom mattress that came in around $2K - Bamboo Hybrid....but I'm pretty sure it didn't have any latex in the comfort layer. But due to the non-transparency of the major brands I haven't been able to find out what material is included in the various layers.

After finding this site and reading up, we were on a mission. I took the wife to Newport Bedding Company and we started looking here. The folks here were super friendly, very knowledgeable and they were great. However, the only mattress we found that we liked was a $4,000 innerspring that was double sided and was made with latex in the comfort layer. Problem was that it was a bit out of our price range.

So - we continued our search. We went to ErgoBeds, but they don't have anything in our price range....but they did have some super comfortable $15,000+ beds that were great, but obviously we couldn't afford.

Today I swung by Custom Comfort in Mission Viejo, CA. These guys were great. They are a family owned business that only carries their own line of beds, that they make locally. Super knowledgeable...even had many of the different major name brand mattresses pulled apart and open so you could see how most were made out of cheap foam. They totally match up with your recommendations on finding a mattress store to work with. Two things happened here: 1.) Most of the beds that have latex in the comfort layer were way over $2k...pushing $3,000 and all the way up to about $5K. and 2.) honestly they weren't as comfortable as other beds I had been on. But the quality seemed great - and I wouldn't doubt that they would last a long long time.

So I left Custom Comfort and went back to OC Mattresses (Big Box - carries the major brands). I laid on an iComfort King sized mattress and it was super comfortable. Price was only around $1500.....so....I'm lost now. I don't know what to do. Should I settle for a major name brand bed because it fits in our price range, is comfortable, but I know it won't last long....or should I dish out the $3k-$4k on a better bed....is double the price worth it??

Can I find a good King sized bed for around $2K? Am I looking for the wrong materials...I'm lost and don't know where to go.

Plus, I'm a shopper - I make sure I do tons of research before big ticket purchases, but I think my wife might be getting a bit frustrated considering all of the mattress stores I've had to drag her to (I think we have gone to at least 9 so far).

Please Help!!!! Any suggestions you have would be great.
09 Sep 2013 18:11
Hi burly,

Was wondering if you were this company. Custom Comfort in Los Angeles. Also a manufacturer VI Spring Mattress in Beverly Hills.


A mattress is only as good as the quality of the construction and materials inside it so the manufacturer or "brand" is less important than how it's made and what is inside it.

A forum search on Customcomfortmattress (you can just click this) will bring up some of my comments about them but overall they are an old and very experienced manufacturer that makes some very high quality mattresses with good materials and construction and are transparent about what is in their mattresses but I would make some good "value comparisons" with other similar mattresses.

Aireloom has a wide range of mattresses with a wide range of quality and prices but they generally don't disclose the specifics or the quality of the materials and layers they use so I would tend to avoid them (and all manufacturers that aren't completely transparent about the materials they use) unless you can find out the specifics of the type and quality of all the layers in any of their mattresses you are considering. Without complete transparency about all the materials and components in a mattress there is no way to make meaningful quality or value comparisons between mattresses. A forum search on Aireloom (you can just click this as well) will also bring up more information about them.

Phoenix
27 Jul 2013 20:13
Hi trojanman,

Looking for a Split King with adjustable base. Having a very difficult time deciding among my 3 finalists. Prices have been rounded off to the nearest $100 and include delivery and installation.


You have certainly eliminated all the worst options, none of the mattresses you are considering have any weak links, and you are choosing between "good and good" in terms of quality and value. While I can't help with what to choose when you reach this stage (this always depends on which of the many options and tradeoffs are most important to you), post #2 here may help you with how to choose when all your final options are good ones.

1. Flexus Comfort: Proposed two Twin XL mattresses on seperate S-Cape bases. Looking at 6" Dunlop core + 3" Talalay Comfort layer. Conventional (non organic) outer wrap with chemical fire retardant. Upgrade to organic wrap available for $300 more, but they still use a chemical fire retardant so I don't see the point. Lowest Price.


I'm not sure of the specifics of the fire barrier they use but if it's an inherent viscose (rayon) / silica fabric then it wouldn't be "chemical" (see post #2 here ).

I just spoke to the retailer for BE again and he claims Custom Comfort latex options are not 100% natural latex - that they are mixed with petrochemicals.

Anyone know for sure?


The easiest way to know would be to just ask Custom Comfort whether their Talalay is blended or 100% natural. You can read a little more about the pros and cons of the different types of latex in post #6 here . All Talalay latex has the same OekoTex standard 100 class 1 (safe for babies) certification for harmful substances and VOC's.

I would also wonder about using a topper on a split twin adjustable bed if you planned to use each separately unless the limitations of the amount you could raise and lower the bed isn't important because latex can tear easily. Of course if you plan to sync both sides and use them together then this wouldn't be an issue and it would certainly reduce the feel of the split in between the two mattresses although you may still notice it to some degree.

The adjustable bed thread here may also be helpful as a "value reference".

You have certainly done some great research and narrowed down your final choices to some great options and I'm looking forward to hearing about your final choice :)

Phoenix
06 Jul 2013 23:47
Hi Phoenix,

After a long hiatus from mattress shopping, my boyfriend and I ventured out to four stores today in pursuit of a mattress. This time, I had taken careful notes from Post #1 so that I could ask better questions.

I'd appreciate any thoughts you might have to offer on the three mattresses we took a liking to:
1. At Snoozzz Mattress: Diamond Mattress, Rejuvenate, Euro Top. It is made with natural talalay latex and eco-memory foam (1.5 lbs density) for the comfort layer and pocket coils for the support layer. (www.snoozzzmattress.com/diamond-products/)

2. At Selectabed: Their Memory Zone mattress. It has 2" of 4 lb. memory foam, 2" of their "polyflex" foam, and 5" of dense polyfoam. (www.selectabed.com/memory_zone_mattress_reg.htm)

3. At Custom Comfort Mattress: Their Revive 200 mattress. All cotton comfort layer and innerspring coils for the support layer. This particular model isn't listed on their website. It's the only two-sided mattress on our list. (www.customcomfortmattress.com/)

All three are about $1,200, give or take delivery, taxes, etc. It might sound silly, but I am concerned that we are at the lower end of the mattresses at #2 and #3 above. I'm wondering if there will be a major difference in splurging on the higher quality memory foam at Selectabed or the added latex comfort layer at Custom Comfort.

Any advice you might have, or additional questions we should call and ask about, would be greatly appreciated!

NerdyVibe
12 Feb 2013 23:16
Hi Brigabart,

The better options I'm aware of in the Raleigh, NC area are listed in post #6 here .

I would call the ones that seem to make or carry mattresses that interest you and have a more natural or organic focus and talk to them about your needs on the phone and then visit the ones that you are most interested in trying or talking to.

There are also online options available but you won't be able to test these in person so while they may provide a good value reference I would focus first on local options.

This is a very incomplete list with some examples of some manufacturers that make mattresses similar to what you are looking for (innerspring/natural fibers with no foam) to give you some ideas and a sense of the wide variety of designs and pricing available. Some of these include latex which you may want to exclude but you can look on their sites to see what they have available.

mygreenmattress.com (a member of this site)

www.gardnermattress.com/ (a member of this site)

www.wjsouthard.com/

www.vivetique.com/ see here as well www.daxstores.com/

holylamborganics.com/

www.purerest.com/

www.lifekind.com/index.php/ and their sister company www.omimattress.com/

www.royal-pedic.com/default.asp

www.naturepedic.com/

sleeptek.ca/ see here thenaturalsleepstore.com/products/sueno-organic-innerspring-mattress.html for an example

www.chbeckley.com/

www.customcomfortmattress.com/

www.landandsky.com/index.asp see here for examples www.thenaturalbedstore.com/organic-mattress.asp

www.norwalkmattress.com/

www.mycustombedding.com/

www.whitelotus.net/

spinkandedgarusa.com/

www.donsmattress.com/home.html Medford, MA. Small company making cotton mattresses.

mcroskey.com/ San Francisco, CA

There are also some "super premium" mattresses that use innersprings and natural fibers in their construction ... some of which can go well into mid 5 figures. these include manufacturers such as VI Springs ... Hastens ... Savoir ... Relyon ... and Hypnos .

There are also some "old style" manufacturers in various areas of the country that still make innerspring/natural fiber mattresses as well but "foam free" mattresses certainly aren't nearly as common as mattresses that contain some type of foam.

Hope this helps ... and you should at least have some interesting reading to do :)

Phoenix

PS: I should have mentioned as well that in many cases innerspring/fiber mattresses are on the firm side, particularly as the fibers compress, and if you want to add a wool topper for some extra softness and to relieve pressure points then post #3 here has some of the better sources for these I'm aware of.
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