When you’re looking for quality sleep, the sheer variety of mattress types on offer can be overwhelming. How do you choose between latex and gel memory foam? What benefits do hybrid mattresses offer that traditional innerspring models don’t? If you’re unsure which kind of mattress is right for you, read on to learn about the differences between mattress types. Whether you’re a back sleeper or are married to a chronic snorer, finding the best mattress is the single most important aspect of achieving a good night’s rest.
When buying a new bed, today’s shoppers are privy to a huge selection of exciting options that promise the best in luxurious comfort and full-body support. Some of today’s leading mattress manufacturers are on the cutting-edge of sleep technology, incorporating the most advanced materials and designs into their collections.
Mattress World Northwest has Oregon’s largest inventory of sleep systems that cater to all preferences, sleep styles and budgets. Using our informative guide, we hope you can make an educated purchasing decision when shopping for your next mattress.
Our Portland-area showrooms carry latex, hybrid, innerspring and memory foam mattresses from leading brands that America has come to know and trust, including Simmons, Sealy, Aireloom and Stearns & Foster. These premium sleep systems are engineered to promote proper spinal alignment, while offering more even weight distribution and lower back support.
Discover the fundamental qualities and benefits of today’s most popular beds, with our mattress type comparison, and don’t hesitate to ask for assistance from one of our knowledgeable Sleep Specialists.
Crafted with either synthetic materials or natural latex sap from rubber trees, latex mattresses have soared in popularity thanks to their body-conforming qualities and increasingly affordable price points. Latex is characterized by its buoyant resiliency that supports the body without placing pressure on the shoulders and hips.
If you’re looking for the best mattress type for side sleepers, ask our staff about OMI OrganicPedic beds, made with 100% natural, organic latex.
Latex mattresses are available in a variety of softness levels that accommodate personal preferences.
Latex mattress benefits: Resistant to potential allergens including dust mites, mold and bacteria. Excellent for restless sleepers who toss and turn a lot, since the open-cell material isolates motion.
Want a mattress that envelops every curve of your body in cloud-like comfort? Memory foam is renowned for its viscosity, allowing it to mold to your body within seconds. The first memory foam mattresses were praised for their comfort, but recent innovations have yielded a whole new line of gel foams and phase-change materials that don’t retain heat, and help promote a cooler sleeping temperature throughout the evening. Gel-infused memory foam mattresses garner 5-star reviews for their comfort, durability and pressure-relieving qualities.
Memory foam mattress benefits: Available in varying thickness and firmness levels, memory foam is body-conforming, and recommended for pressure point relief. Provides exceptional orthopedic support for joint and back pain sufferers.
Today’s hybrid mattresses encompass the newest advancements in sleep technology, giving you not one but two separate support systems. These sophisticated mattresses typically have an innerspring coil foundation topped with multiple layers of latex or high-grade memory foam. Hybrid mattresses are thought to offer more versatility for the discriminating buyer, who wants the pressure-relieving comfort of gel foam or latex, with the durable support of steel coils. Hybrid mattresses vary tremendously in materials and quality of construction, so it pays to inquire about both before purchase.
Hybrid Mattress benefits: Groundbreaking technology and versatile options available to accommodate the majority of preferences and price points.
Innerspring mattresses use steel or titanium alloy coils for support. Depending on the model and manufacturer, innerspring coil mattresses may have individually wrapped coils, pocketed coils and even additional layers of nano steel springs. This support system is blanketed by various padding and comfort layers, made of cotton, poly foam and other materials. Coil mattresses offer great value for money and are sold in various levels of plushness.
Innerspring Mattress benefits: Affordable, durable and a great mattress type for back sleepers who need extra lumbar support.
No matter which mattress type you’re leaning toward, Mattress World Northwest has the high-quality selection and competitive pricing that big box stores can’t touch. Stop by any one of our Oregon retail locations for friendly assistance making your next mattress purchase.
While you can't go wrong with any of our mattresses, here are a few factors you'll want to consider before making a purchase: your sleep position (and if you have a partner, theirs as well), the size of the space, and a price point. If you have any questions, rest easy knowing that our team is happy to help you find that perfect fit.
|Twin||38″ wide x 75″ long x 9.25″ tall|
|Twin XL||38″ wide x 80″ long x 9.25″ tall|
|Full||54″ wide x 75″ long x 9.25″ tall|
|Queen||60″ wide x 80″ long x 9.25″ tall|
|King||76″ wide x 80″ long x 9.25″ tall|
|Cal King||72″ wide x 84″ long x 9.25″ tall|
|Split King (2pk)||38″ wide x 80″ long x 9.25″ tall|
Mattress World Northwest makes it easy to choose the right foundation for your space and lifestyle.
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