Barberry Firm Innerspring Mattress
The Barberry Firm Innerspring Mattress is a classic, Firm to Extra Firm surface feel mattress with lumbar and edge support. If you sleep on your back or stomach, this might just be your match! You can count on years of consistent comfort thanks to its 364 (full size) coil count Bonnell unit. Designed to last, the Barberry features two-sided upholstery and a reinforced coil system.
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- 2 Sided – flippable
- Cover: Cotton/Polyester blend
- Fire Barrier: Rayon fiber
- Support Core: Bonnell Linked coil unit
- Comfort Layers: (2) 1.75″ quilted (soy based) polyfoam layers top and bottom
- Compatible with most bunk bed frames and trundles
Note: Fabric and quilt pattern may vary slightly from product images.
Know the two-sided difference. A two-sided mattress, means you can flip and rotate, allowing it to get even wear throughout. As well, regular flipping keeps your mattress feeling great. It also extends the comfort life up to 3 times longer than a one-sided, ‘can’t flip’ mattress. This is why Bedrooms & More chooses to only sell high quality 2-sided mattresses, because it’s what’s best for consumers and the planet!
About Sound Sleep
This mattress is constructed by Sound Sleep in their own US factory, eliminating the inconsistencies found in outsourced assembly. Sound Sleep leverages state-of-the-art technology and a highly trained team of craftspeople to ensure consistent, defect-free products. Traditional mattress manufacturing practices generate tremendous waste. Sound Sleeps manufacturing process is 95% efficient in eliminating waste through smart technology and innovative repurposing of materials.
Visit our blog post: ‘How to Flip & Rotate Your Mattress’, for easy tips on mattress maintenance.
Rest easy with a 10-year manufacturer warranty. This warranty begins the day you purchase your mattress and applies to the original purchaser. It includes defects such as 1 & 1/2″ measurable impressions when measured against surrounding areas. As well as, loose or broken springs, coils that protrude through the fabric. The consumer is responsible for transportation costs for warranty repairs.