Woodlawn Innerspring Mattress – Twin XL
Whether it’s your everyday sleep surface or for occasional use in your guest room, tossing and turning will be a thing of the past! The Woodlawn Innerspring Mattress boasts a 6″ Caliber Edge™ coil unit with all natural Botanicore™ Latex layers above and below for added comfort. This combination lends a supportive sleep surface you can count on to be long-lasting.
*Note: this mattress is a last call model, once limited inventory is sold, there will be no re-ordering.
- 2 Sided – flippable
- 100% Cotton zippered cover
- Zippered cover allows easy access for comfort adjustments
- Fire Barrier: Rayon/Dacron blend
- Support Core: 6″ Caliber Edge™ pocketed coil unit
- Comfort Layers: (2) 1″ Botanicore™ Latex (75 kg/m³) + (2) 0.8″ quilted latex layers top and bottom
- Adjustable base compatible
Note: Fabric and quilt pattern may vary slightly from product images.
What’s a Hybrid Mattress?
A hybrid mattress allows sleepers to enjoy the perfect combination of durable support and contouring comfort. Our hybrid mattresses combine a steel coil support system, often 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 feeling you get with an all natural latex.
Know the 2 sided difference. A two sided mattress, you can flip and rotate, allowing even wear throughout. Regular flipping keeps your mattress feeling great, so you’ll want to keep up on it. It also extends the comfort life up to 3 times longer than a one-sided ‘can’t flip’ mattress. As a result, Bedrooms & More chooses to only sell high quality 2-sided mattresses, because it’s what’s best for our consumers and the planet!
Visit our blog post: ‘How to Flip & Rotate Your Mattress’, for easy tips on mattress maintenance.
Rest easy with a 15-year non-prorated manufacturer warranty. The warranty begins the day your mattress is delivered and applies to the original purchaser. It includes defects such as 1 & 1/2″ measurable impressions when measured against surrounding areas. The consumer is responsible for transportation costs for warranty repairs.