Support, Foundations, Construction & Size
The core of your mattress provides support. There are four common types.
Features different types of metal coils to provide long-lasting support, conformance and durability. Coils that are interconnected are more durable, but individually wrapped coils help isolate motion from the other side of the bed.Shop Innerspring
Uses specialized engineered foams instead of metal coils to conform to the shape of the body, offers superior pressure-point relief and helps reduce movement to minimize partner disturbance.Shop Memory Foam
Firmer than memory foam, it offers extra support and pressure relief. Typically made from rubber, latex is more breathable and hypoallergenic.Shop Latex Foam
Features a combination of innerspring and significant amounts of memory foam or latex layers to provide substantial pressure-point relief.Shop Hybrid
Traditional mattress construction with the top surface of the mattress sewn directly to the sides.Shop Tight Top
Features an extra layer of padding that is sewn flush with the surface of the mattress.Shop Euro Top
Features a significant amount of extra padding on the mattress surface to provide additional pressure relief and comfort.Shop Pillow Top
Consider who will be sleeping in the bed and the space it will occupy. The bed should be at least as long as the tallest person sleeping in it.
Twin - 38"x75"
A twin bed is designed for one person, usually a child under the age of 18. It fits well in small spaces.Shop Twin
Twin XL - 38"x80"
The same width as a twin bed, a twin xl is 5” longer—ideal for taller sleepers. It’s also a common size found in college dorms.Shop Twin XL
Full - 53"x75"
A full-size mattress is designed for an individual sleeper looking for extra space.Shop Full
Queen - 60"x80"
The most popular option, a queen-size mattress works well in most master bedrooms and sleeps two adults comfortably.Shop Queen
King - 76"x80"
Considerably wider than a queen-size bed, a king-size bed offers extra comfort and space. It’s the same width as two twin xl beds side by side.Shop King
California King - 72"x84"
Narrower and longer than a king-size bed, a California king is perfect for taller sleepers.Shop California King
*Actual mattress dimensions are designed to be approximately 1” shorter than the listed size to accommodate platform beds, bed frames, bedroom suites, etc.
Without a proper foundation, mattresses can begin to sag and lose support.
Allow you to raise and lower the head and/or foot of the bed for ultimate comfort for individuals who read, watch TV, use computers or have medical needs that require additional mobility. Some models provide massage, pre-programmable positions and power outlets for laptops, tablets, and phones.Shop Adjustable Bases Shop Mattresses › Choosing The Right Mattress ›