Bedrooms & More carries a variety of mattress types to suit all sleep preferences. We encourage you to visit our Seattle showroom where you can test sleep many in stock, ready for delivery models.
Latex: Botanical latex provides natural body temperature-regulating properties that memory foam cannot. Additionally, it’s hypoallergenic and also terrific for pressure point relief. All of our latex mattresses have zippered covers to allow easy access to customize the feel of your mattress at home throughout its lifetime. As well, this saves you money because you can replace individual components without buying a whole new mattress.
Hybrid: A hybrid mattress allows sleepers to enjoy the perfect combination of durable coil support and the contouring comfort of latex. Our hybrid mattresses combine a steel coil support system, often fabric wrapped coil technology, with our signature Botanicore™ latex made exclusively from the sap of rubber trees. Hybrids are an ideal choice for those looking to combine the benefits of both technologies; the bounciness of springs and the comforting surface feel with an all natural latex.
Innerspring: Innerspring mattresses have come along way in design and comfort over the years. Known for classic comfort, Innerspring mattresses use a metal coil system combined with springs to create a support frame covered in fabric with cushioning materials, such as; botanical latex and/or poly-foam, cotton or wool on top and bottom for extra support.
Have questions? Join us weekly on Saturdays for our free informative Mattress Class! Get full details here.
Know the 2-sided difference.
The longevity of your mattress comes down to a hand full of factors. Such as; the materials on the inside, the amount of use and whether it’s two-sided or not.
What is a 2-Sided Mattress?
A two sided mattress means you and can regularly flip and rotate it, ensuring it gets even wear throughout. Keeping a regular flip/rotation schedule not only keeps your mattress feeling great it also extends the comfort life up to 3 times longer than a ‘can’t flip’ single-sided mattress.
Manufacturers of 1-sided mattresses (following the disposal mattress trend) know if they sell you a single-sided mattress, you’ll be back in just a few short years to purchase a whole new bed. It’s a simple equation: If you remove 20-30% of a mattress but don’t drop the price, your profits increase 20-30%. And if you buy a mattress with 50% less area to sleep on, you’re going to wear it down twice as fast. So you’re back on the market for a new model in half the time. Unfortunately, that’s why manufacturers do it. To make more money.
At Bedrooms & More, you'll only find high-quality 2-sided mattresses, because we believe it's the smart choice for consumers and for the planet. Conscious consumerism can help save you money while also keeping an excessive amount of disposal mattresses out of the landfill. We call that a win-win.
The first year with your new mattress is a break-in period and is very important. We recommend that you alternate between flipping and rotating your mattress once a month. After the first year, continue alternately flipping and rotating your mattress every three months.
Visit our blog post: 'How to Flip & Rotate Your Mattress', for easy tips and How to videos for best mattress care.
We also offer a service for our customers where we come to your home and flip/rotate your mattress for you. Sign up for our service and receive 4 schedules of rotations or flips for only $200. Email us to sign up for our flipping service