Did you know all the kids these days are buying their mattresses online and they come vacuum-sealed and all rolled up tight for you to unroll?
If you haven’t bought a mattress in a fair few years (which, let’s face it, is most of us), this concept might actually be new. Because it relatively is. Most of us used to pile into the car for those President’s Day sales and purchase our mattress from Stan the Mattress Man. But no longer is that our only option. Now you can get a mattress with next day shipping!
There are a few brands that are getting some major traction, which I’ve included here. But keep an eye out for some of the more affordable brands from places like Amazon. You might just fine your mattress soul mate at a deal. Look for beds that have cooling properties, are quiet and motionless for your partners (or neighbors for quieter sexytimes!), and fancy new technologies. Here are some of the best beds and mattresses you can buy online today and have in your bedroom TOMORROW…
Tuft & Needle
The Tuft & Needle Adaptive foam touts that it sleeps cool and is the right mix of “not too soft, and not too hard.” It’s also great for those of us who toss and turn and have partners who hate that.
Who ya gonna call for cooling technologies woven into the fabric itself? Nectar Sleep! Take their quiz — they might be perfect for you. And if you find the perfect mattress right now… you can get next day shipping and get it TOMORROW!
The Yoga comfort system is a “4-layer gel memory foam system” designed to support the body by dispersing weight evenly and reducing pressure points that cause tossing and turning. Plus, it’s got a fun name.
The Leesa mattresses are designed to appeal to all types of sleepers. Their perforated “Avena” foam top layer keeps you cool and provides the perfect blend of “hug” and support.
Helix allows you to customize each side of the mattress to suit yours’ and your partner’s needs, which apparently is winning them some loyal customers.
Lucid beds fall into the much more affordable category with loads of size options and features like gel memory foam and this incline bed.
Purple has been trendy for quite a while since they focus on supporting your back like a firm mattress while cradling everything else like a soft one. If you’re into good alignment, this might be the choice for you.
Casper has “zoned support” with a softer-than-average feel and lots of bounciness, if you’re into that kind of thing. Just note that it is a foam mattress, which can get a little warm.
Aviya touts a “hotel feel” when you lay on it with individually wrapped innerspring cores. A lot of folks claim they help with problem joints and backs.