|Bed Mattress: c/o Tuft & Needle|
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Headboard: Pottery Barn
We started to consider purchasing a Tuft & Needle mattress. My in-laws have it in their guest bedroom, and we loved how comfortable it was. Plus, it was only $600 for a queen size mattress. Yes that's right $600!
Fortunately, I had the opportunity to review their mattress. The timing could not have been more perfect. It has been a month since we've gotten our mattress, and let me tell you it did not disappoint. Without a doubt, we have been getting a really good night's sleep each and every night.
What makes a Tuft & Needle mattress so unique is that they engineered an adaptive form based on customer feedback. So this is more than just a memory foam mattress, it is a foam based on comfort and support. It is ideal for any size and weight. The more pressure you put on the mattress, the more support it provides.
The mattress is also designed to keep you cool. For me, that had been a struggle with our old mattress. My treatments (especially during chemo) have put my body into a menopause state. Therefore, I am always getting hot flashes. And let me tell you, it is very uncomfortable especially during the night - aka not having a good night's sleep. The foam keeps your body cool by heat wicking. When heat is drawn into the mattress, the gel & graphite in the mattress work together to draw the heat out. The fabric around the foam mattress is breathable which creates air flow and helps boost the speed of the heat out through the mattress. Not only is there a support layer that creates the perfect foundation for your mattress, but it also helps hold you closer to the surface to avoid the all too common problem amongst other mattresses of sinking in too deeply and becoming too hot.
I promise you it is one of the best mattresses I've ever slept on and I would have purchased this mattress whether or not Tuft & Needle reached out to me. The timing was coincidental. If you are on a hunt for a mattress, I highly recommend them. They have amazing customer service. Plus, they have a 100 night trial. If after 100 nights you are unsatisfied with their mattress (which I don't think will ever happen), you can return it back with no hassle. They also have a 10 year warranty. Their mattress is built to last.
If you guys ever used Tuft & Needle, I would love to hear your thoughts! Like I said, this is my honest opinion! I was fortunate enough to collaborate with them!