Top of the Line Mattresses
Mattresses are made for relaxation, but picking the right one for your needs can feel overwhelming. Our handpicked selection of full, twin, queen and king sizes makes mattress shopping simple. For children, teens or individual sleepers, full or twin mattresses provide just the right amount of space for personal comfort. Luxurious queen or king sizes offer plenty of room for couples and families to sleep in comfort. With traditional and extra-long options all in one place, finding your dream mattress has never been easier.
Whether you want to be cradled in ultra-plush luxury or firmly supported, you’ll find a mattress to fit your body’s needs at Furniture.com. If pain relief is a priority, choose firm or extra-firm mattresses with individually wrapped innersprings to eliminate pressure points. For mattresses that fit your unique shape, pick plush or ultra-plush options with memory foam. Pillowtop or euro top mattresses mix cushioned comfort and support, available in a variety of options to satisfy even the most discerning sleeper.
Memory foam mattresses, offered by popular brands including Tempur-Pedic and iComfort, utilize advanced foam material to conform to the shape of your body and provide support precisely where it is needed. These mattresses do not typically contain traditional mattress coils, and instead utilize a dense foam core in addition to multiple comfort layers, often treated with heat-dissipating technology, to deliver your desired level of cushioning and support.
Innerspring mattresses, offered by well-known brands including Beautyrest, Serta and Sealy, utilize an advanced innerspring system to deliver deep down support with a springier feel, in addition to multiple comfort layers which adjust the level of cushioning to match your preference. Innerspring mattresses sometimes also utilize materials including latex, and performance fabric to create a more breathable, comfortable sleep surface. Pocketed coil innerspring systems allow each coil to flex independently, isolating movement and providing targeted support.
Once you've determined which type of mattress best fits your needs, you'll need to decide on the level of comfort that feels best to you. Premium mattresses are offered in many levels of firmness, from extra firm to ultra-plush. Innerspring mattresses are also offered in several different designs, including tight top, euro top and pillowtop. Euro top and pillowtop mattresses include an additional comfort layer that you can see when looking at the mattress profile. These types of mattresses always offer additional cushioning, but may still range from firm to plush, depending on the density of the foam materials that make up the comfort layer.
Although the level of comfort is primarily a matter of personal preference, sleepers with special concerns may want to consider specific mattress types to accommodate their needs. For example, stomach sleepers are often advised to sleep on a firm mattress, while side and back sleepers will want a mattress with adaptive support to promote ideal body alignment. The best way to determine which mattress is right for you is to try out several models and see what feels best. Some retailers even offer additional mattress buying assistance through interactive mattress quizzes that narrow down the options to fit your needs. With the variety of premium mattress options on the market, you're sure to find one that's best for you.
To ensure sweet dreams for years to come, choose a name that is known for its mattress quality and durability. Our wide selection includes respected brands like Sealy, Serta, Tempur-Pedic, Stearns & Foster, Simmons, Beautyrest, Posturepedic, Perfect Sleeper, Kingsdown, iComfort and DORMEO. From innovative cooling gel technology to advanced pocketed coil design, each brand offers different features for a personalized sleep experience.
Choosing a Mattress
When choosing a new mattress, you must first consider your available space. There are few things worse than buying a new mattress only to realize that it's too big to fit up the stairs or too long for the room. Before deciding on a size, measure the bedroom and any stairwells or doorframes the mattress will need to pass through. Leave enough room around the sides and end of the bed to ensure you can comfortably navigate the space and have room for accessories such as nightstands and lamps.
Also, consider your preferred sleeping position when selecting a new mattress. People who sleep mostly on their sides will need a mattress with extra cushioning for their shoulders, hips and knees. Body-conforming memory foam or an innerspring pillowtop mattress offer cushioned, adaptive support great for side sleepers, while stomach sleepers will want to look for firm mattresses that allow for easier breathing. For those who sleep on their backs, a balance between soft and firm keeps the spine in healthy alignment. Partners with different preferences can add a single-sized mattress pad to ensure everyone gets a good night's sleep.