A truly artisanal line of bedding, Aireloom mattresses have become increasingly popular among the rich and famous, from U.S. presidents and rock stars to Hollywood A-listers. Fortunately, you don’t have to be a celebrity to enjoy (or afford) their sublime products, which have been engineered for total body comfort. MattressWorld Northwest offers a premium Aireloom mattress line that is available exclusively in the Portland area at our 12 convenient locations, including Beaverton, Salem, Clackamas, Wilsonville, Happy Valley, Glisan, and Canby. Years of inspired craftsmanship go in to each of their collections, which feature hand-tufted mattresses made with the finest materials and natural latex.
King Karpen, the inventor of the handmade California mattress, founded Aireloom in 1940. Over the past 75 years the company has taken the simple premise of refined California comfort to new heights in the quest for the perfect night’s sleep. Most of our customers would agree that their elegant cloud-like mattresses, which are painstakingly stitched by hand, exceed their expectations in every way.
Sumptuous to the touch, each mattress is meticulously constructed by skilled artisans who sew all of the layers together, ensuring every stitch and cut is perfect.
Besides the finest quality materials and exceptional craftsmanship, Aireloom employs state-of-the-art technology in their double-tempered coils that provide ultimate body support. As an exclusive Aireloom retailer in the Portland, Oregon area, our showrooms offer a premium line of Aireloom mattresses that you can’t get anywhere else. Check out the latest models from the expert-recommended Preferred, Aspire, Rip Van Winkle and Synchronized Support collections.
We know that feeling is believing when it comes to Aireloom – a mattress that actually synchronizes with your body. Swing by one of our stores today and test drive the best Aireloom mattresses today. We offer conveniently located mattress showrooms throughout Oregon, including Gresham, Washington Square, Jantzen Beach, and downtown Portland.