6 Makers Of Exceptionally Comfortable Mattresses

You can buy a face mask, blackout curtains, and a white noise machine, but if you don't have a comfortable bed, you might still find yourself tossing and turning throughout the night. These days, many companies are producing mattresses with the finest materials, making it easy to find your way to the Land of Nod. In no particular order, this list shares several producers of sleeping surfaces fit for a king.

The #1 entry is Avocado Green Mattress. The company's items are designed in Hoboken, New Jersey and handmade in California using non-toxic and 100% certified organic materials from its own farms. The mattresses are made from organic latex, wool, and cotton, all of which have received STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX certifications. They are also MADE SAFE certified, which precludes all known and suspected toxins, including fire retardants.

U.S. News & World Report rated the Avocado Green Mattress as the number one hybrid mattress of 2020. The beds have up to 1,441 supportive inner-springs, intended to reduce motion transfer and keep hips, shoulders, and backs in proper alignment.

Up next, at #2, we present Bundle of Dreams, maker of mattresses for small children. Its flagship design is its two-stage, water-resistant crib bed, featuring organic cotton and a machine washable cover. One side of the mattress is ideal for babies as it is extra firm, while the other, cushier side, is meant for toddlers. Around its entire perimeter is a firm edge guard designed to support children as they begin standing.

Bundle of Dreams uses durable binder fibers that give its mattresses the strength and elasticity of high grades of foam. The company claims that the items do not emit any off-gassing or any Volatile Organic Compounds. In addition to mattresses, the company sells bedding accessories such as sheets and pillows.

Coming in at #3, we have Beautyrest, a brand of mattresses from the Simmons Bedding Company. The Beautyrest Black features a cooling system for hot sleepers, as well as a patented design meant to create extra stability and advanced spring support.

The company also makes bed foundations. One is a traditional flat style while another is adjustable, coming with massage settings and USB ports for device charging. Beautyrest's Hybrid line utilizes memory foam, which purports to relieve pressure points such as hips and shoulders.

The #4 entry is Polysleep, a Canadian startup creating sleeping surfaces. The group's signature mattress is made of antimicrobial foam and has a support frame that wraps the item's perimeter. For little ones, the company makes baby beds, complete with Tencel covers that are eco-friendly and allege to be more absorbent than cotton.

In addition to mattresses, the company sells pillows, foundations, and bed toppers. It is based in Montreal, Canada, and all of its items are made there. Polysleep has been featured by La Presse and other media outlets.

Next, #5 is Savvy Rest, a producer of natural latex mattresses made with certified organic materials, based in Charlottesville, Virginia. The company makes sleeping surfaces that are highly customizable; couples purchasing a Queen, King, or larger bed size can request different levels of firmness on the item's two sides.

The company also makes a wide range of bedding, including sheets, duvet covers, blankets, and pillows. It sells covers for mattresses to protect them from bed bugs, dust mites, pet dander, and other allergens. Savvy Rest produces sleeping items for all family members, even offering pet beds for furry friends.

Rounding out our list at #6 is The Original Mattress Factory. With factories around the US, it hand-builds items for sleeping and sells them directly to customers at its stores. Among its offerings is its Orthopedic EuroTop model, which features an innerspring system, stitched cotton padding, and foam to create a softer feel.

On top of traditional mattresses, the company sells adjustable beds, frames, headboards, and accessories like pillowcases. Its Regency Sapphire box spring has an additional wood slat that can provide extra support and act as a shock absorber to help extend a mattress's life.