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Life can be pared down to the simplest needs –

A roof over our heads, food to fill our bellies, the company of our loved ones, and a warm bed to rest.

But, out of all the above, your bed is where you probably spend most of your time.

Did you know that:

The average person spends a whopping combined total of 26 years sleeping? That’s a total of 227,760 hours of hitting the sack!

That’s why, if you think that a bed isn’t an investment – think again.

A mattress is a staple in every modern home because a bed and a place to sleep in is necessary for survival.

You may not have put too much thought into it but you always had a mattress growing up, right?

Your crib just when you were born – your parents spent some time thinking about the perfect crib mattress.

Your mattress in that junior bunk bed you shared with a sibling – you probably outgrew that in your teens but you had some great sleepover memories, for sure.

Your family pet’s first doggy bed – yes, pet mattresses are an awesome thing to give to our furry friends.

Your mattress in your first-year college dorm – ahh… the memories!

The first mattress you bought when you first moved into your new apartment or house – didn’t it feel like such a great achievement?

And, the mattress-buying cycle begins again when you have your own family.

Mattresses offer more than you think and there are lots of factors for you to consider if you’re buying one.

Our reviews and guides offer a great jump-off point for you to read about the best mattress options based on:

Buyers’ Guides:

  • Best Mattress Types
  • Best Mattresses for Health & Lifestyle
  • Best Mattress Brands


  • Reviews by Mattress Type
  • Mattress Brand Reviews & Comparisons
  • Smart Mattresses & Beds Brand Reviews & Comparisons
  • Inflatable Mattresses Brand Reviews & Comparisons
  • Waterbed Mattresses Brand Reviews & Comparisons
  • Pet Mattresses Brand Reviews & Comparisons

Mattress Guides:

  • How To’s
  • When To’s
  • FAQ’s
  • 100% Cotton
  • Polyester
  • Premium Cotton Options
  • Pima Cotton
  • Egyptian Cotton
  • Supima Cotton
  • Thread Count
  • Percale
  • Sateen
  • Twill

This is the most popular choice of fiber content for sheets as 100% cotton maintains a natural, soft feel that keeps sleepers cool and dry even during hot summer nights.

Not as comfortable as 100% cotton but it is durable, easy to wash, less prone to fade, and is more affordable than naturally-made fabrics.

Discussed below are more expensive fabric content options but may be worth the investment due to its durability and luxurious feel. These premium types of cotton are used in some of the world's best bedding arrangements. They are characterized by longer, individual cotton fibers which allow it to feel softer, silkier, and more luxurious than regular Upland Cotton, for example. However, it's good to note that many bedding manufacturers claim to include these in their products' fiber content but they actually do not. The best way to ensure you are getting authentic bedding sets is from a reputable brand that is able to show the origins of their fabric content.

This type of premium, long-fiber cotton is usually grown in the United States, Peru, Australia, and Israel. It has the same characteristics as Egyptian Cotton, the only difference is in its origins. Both Pima and Egyptian Cotton share the same scientific name: Gossypium Barbadense.

Its origins can be scientifically traced to the Nile River Valley, where it grows in abundance in the region's hot, dry climate. As mentioned, it has the same long-fiber features as Pima Cotton and feels just as luxurious.

This type of cotton is the same type of Pima Cotton mentioned above but it is grown in the U.S. only and the brand is exclusively trademarked by the Supima Association of America.

A common term in bedding lingo, thread count refers to "the number of horizontal and vertical threads per inch" of the fabric. The higher the number, the better the quality of the fabric. A good benchmark thread count when looking for sheets and bedding sets is anywhere from a 200 to 800 thread count. However, higher quality fabric can feature over-1000 thread counts.

Characterized by its closely-woven threads, Percale is described as a "plain-weave" fabric that's mostly used as bed covers. It usually has a 200-above thread count and feels firm, smooth and crisp. Unlike Sateen, it doesn't have a shiny gloss.

Made out of spun yarns instead of silk filaments, Sateen fabric feels soft and looks glossy. Sateen sheets provide a luxurious, more glamorous feel to bedroom interiors.

A type of textile weave that features a "pattern of diagonal parallel ribs", it is a fabric most often used to create strong, durable fabric. The most popular type of Twill fabric is most probably denim, however, in bedding sets, this type of fabric weave can still produce soft, comfortable sheets and linens.

What’s In It For You?

You get the perfect, all-in-one mattress shopping buddy right at your fingertips!

With our help, you don’t need to jump from one website to another, wracking your brain researching about mattress options and choosing which one’s best for you. 

We’ve got it all in one place.

After reading each article in our expansive resource pages, you should be able to find the perfect mattress based on the following preferences:

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Climate/Temperature Requirements

During the summer months, you’ll also want to invest in cooling, gel memory foam mattresses to keep you from being hot and stuffy while sleeping.

And when the cold, winter months begin, you’ll want to invest in some quality mattress heaters and mattress pads to build yourself a warm, cozy winter bed.

Whatever the season, we feature the best sleep accessories to help make your mattress feel more comfortable and help you achieve great sleep every single night.

Sleeper Health Profile

Some people may suffer from certain health conditions that prevent them from sleeping well through the night. Some may have mental health problems or physical aches and pains such as back pain or joint pain. Some, still, may need to deal with allergies or maybe asthmatic.

While mattresses aren’t the sole form of therapy for some types of disorders, getting the right mattress can certainly help.

As an example, people with back pain may benefit from firmer mattresses while some can certainly sleep better with a medium-firm mattress on an adjustable bed.

Athletes may also want to invest in a smart mattress to keep track of their health, even while sleeping.

Whatever health issues you’re dealing with, our reviews can help you choose the best mattresses to give you better, healthier sleep.

Sleep Position Preference

Side sleeper, stomach sleeper, back sleeper, combination sleeper – your sleeping position matters greatly when choosing your mattress. 

Research shows that medium-firm mattresses are best for back sleepers. Side sleepers, however, are known to be more comfortable on soft mattresses. While stomach sleepers are recommended to tuck into bed on a firm mattress. Combination sleepers might like hybrid mattresses as these usually offer supportive, pressure-point relief. 

We’ve got complete tips and advice for mattress options that are suited to all types of sleepers.

Price Range

If you’re a bargain hunter, we cover budget buying guides for each of your mattress needs – innerspring, hybrid, latex or memory foam – we’ve covered all possible options for you.

If you’re looking for more luxury options, we have articles on that, too! From this year’s latest luxe, handcrafted mattresses produced by premium mattress manufacturers, we’ve got the lowdown on high-end brands that you’ll love.

Needless to say, we’ve rounded up some great resources that should meet your needs, no matter what your price range is.

Size Requirements

From a full-size to futon, Wyoming King- sized mattresses to child-sized mattresses for your kids’ bunk beds, size matters when it comes to choosing a mattress that suits your needs. 

Aside from the size of the actual mattress, we also have some great tips on the factors you need to consider when choosing a specific mattress size

Rest assured, we’ve filled our knowledge base with the latest reviews and buyers’ guides with the goal of helping you look for mattresses products from the best brands.

Weight Requirements

Whether you’re in the market for mattresses designed for heavier individuals or you’re looking for lightweight futon mattresses that’s easy to store and move around, we’ve covered quality mattress brands for your specific weight requirements.

You can count on us to give you the best mattress reviews for your needs – no matter what your mattress weight requirements are.

Mattress Type

Did you know that mattresses are more than just “soft” or “firm”? There are actually lots of mattress types for you to choose from. 

Here’s a basic guide:

  • Spring Mattresses
  • Foam Mattresses
  • Hybrid Mattresses
  • Envi-Friendly Mattresses
  • Air Mattresses
  • Waterbeds
  • Smart Mattresses

The predecessor of today's foam mattresses, spring mattresses are often referred to as "traditional mattresses". That's probably because spring mattresses date back to 1871, when Heinrich Westphal invented the world's very first innerspring mattress - just a few years after the first steel coil was invented for use in car seats. Innerspring coils were also patented in 1865.

Today, however, innerspring mattresses are still a popular option. Due to several metal coils tightly suspended within the mattress material, spring mattresses offer great temperature control, good support, and a lot of bounce. And since they are sold by almost all mattress brands, spring mattresses also come in a wide range of pricing options.

Here are some basic coil types found in innerspring mattresses:

Bonnell Coil - a distinctive coil type as it is shaped like an hourglass, this type of coil is laced tightly together to create a uniform reaction. Due to the wide portions of the hourglass-shaped coils, Bonnell coils flex, provides strong support and easily allows the sleeper's body to sink into the mattress. Within seconds of laying down on a Bonnell coil innerspring mattress, comfort and support is felt immediately.

Offset Coil - similar to Bonnell coils, Offset coils are different only because it features one side that is flat (it has a square-shaped "head") which allows the coils to intertwine closely together. It is designed to offer better custom contour support compared to Bonnell coil innerspring mattresses.

Pocketed Coil - is an innerspring mattress coil system that is encased individually in fabric as it is designed, not to intertwine or lace together, but react to pressure independently from each other. This type of coil system is sometimes referred to as "pocket spring", "wrapped coils", "encased coil springs" or, named after its inventor James Marshall - "the Marshall coil". As the coils are encased in fabric sleeves, the design allows the sleeper on this type of mattress a more bouyant, floating feel while resting.

Continuous Coil - thus referred to as "continuous" as the coils are constructed and designed so that each row consists only of a single piece of S-shaped, curved metal wire. Once weight is applied, the bed contracts and binds together so that it creates continuous support all throughout.

The 20th century brought not only the most notable inventions known to mankind (the Personal Computer and antibiotics, to name a few groundbreaking stuff) it also brought to the mass market the foam mattress. More easily mass-produced than spring mattresses and at lower price points, as well, America simply loved the latex mattress that was invented by John Boyd Dunlop around the 1920s. Foam mattresses did fall out of trend in the latter part of the 20th century but it has regained a new following as people now want to achieve healthier sleep and want to purchase more eco-friendly mattress options.

Here are some basic types of foam mattresses:

Latex Foam - offering both firm and bouncy support to the sleeper, Latex foam has the tendency to push back once a person’s weight is pressed into it. This results in superior support and better sleep. Latex foam can be made both naturally or, it can also be man-made. It's also known to be produced in an extremely clean manner, hence it's friendlier to the environment.

There are two ways Latex foam can be manufactured: Dunlop and Talalay. While both manufacturing types start by adding water along with natural, vulcanizing agents, Dunlop latex is poured in one go into a mold. This results in a more dense bottom compared with its top. Talalay latex is produced in a more complex manner involving pouring partially into a mold, and then vacuuming air out which results in the foa expanding to fill the foam. It is then frozen for the purpose of preserving both uniformity and shape. That's why Talalay latex is priced more expensively than Dunlop latex. Compared with Dunlop, Talalay is also known as the more modern manufacturing method of Latex foam.

Poly Foam - short for Polyurethane Foam, this type of mattress foam is actually part of full mattress construction and was introduced to the mattress manufacturing process in the 1950s. Poly foam is actually the most common type of foam used as a mattress top for innerspring mattresses. Also, one layer of polyurethane can be integrated as part of a full, poly foam mattress. Compared with memory foam, poly foam mattresses feel bouncier and springier. As it's lightweight, poly foam mattresses are known to be one of the easiest types of mattresses to move around.

Poly Foam is divided into 3 main categories:

Regular Grade Poly Foam

High Density Poly Foam

High Resiliency Poly Foam

While Regular Grade and High Density Poly Foam are only suitable to use as layers for mattresses, all three types of poly foams are combined to produce a full, poly foam mattress that provides the best kind of comfort and support to the sleeper.

Memory Foam - is actually a type of polyurethane foam which was invented by NASA scientists in the 70's for the purpose of improving safety in aircraft cushions. The medical industry soon adopted memory foam to use as mattresses on hospital beds particularly for patients struggling with mobility, used as mattresses for operating tables, and, in addition, to use as cushions for wheelchairs, among others. Memory foam became increasingly popular as it soon made its way into the mass market - with several common household items made with memory foam popped up into the modern market including memory foam mattresses for improved sleep.

What's the difference between poly foam and memory foam?

The primary difference is actually found in the chemical composition of memory foam. Simply stated, it contains more chemicals compared to poly foam, making memory foam much denser while poly foam, less denser which then makes it feel much springier and bouncier.

This type of mattress is actually the result of the combination of both spring mattresses and foam mattresses. The hybrid mattress is the answer of mattress manufacturers to consumers who are neither satisfied with purely spring or purely foam mattresses. Manufacturers of hybrid mattresses say that purchasing this type of mattress gives sleepers "the best of both worlds".

Typical hybrid mattresses are constructed with pocketed coil (coils encased in individual fabric) and then the topmost layer of the mattress is made from either memory foam or latex foam. The result is a hybrid mattress without the bounce and noise of a spring mattress yet still has the same supported feeling. The hybrid mattress is recommended for people who aren't happy with the "sinking" feeling of some foam mattress brands.

If you want to sleep well at night in every sense of the word, buying an eco-friendly mattress might be just the thing for you. Usually hand-crafted and processed in an extremely clean and eco-friendly manner, lots of mattress manufacturers offer nature-friendly mattress options that ensure you healthier sleep while contributing positively to Mother Earth, as well. There are several top-rated mattress brands that offer sustainable options from pre-production up to disposal (should you wish to discard the mattress in a sustainable manner).

Also known as an inflatable mattress, this type of mattress option may sometimes be used for swimming (as a pool float), for outdoor activities (camping) or an extra guest bed for sleepover for visiting friends and loved ones. Easy to stow away and easy to inflate, air mattresses are a great temporary bedding option for any household. However, experts recommend not to use on a long-term basis as this might contribute to back problems.

A novelty mattress type that made its way into pop culture (Edward Scissorhands deflating a waterbed was quite iconic) and was uber-popular in the ‘80s and early ‘90s, waterbeds were actually conceptualized and created in the 19th Century as a means of medical treatment. However, once it was patented in 1971, it shot off the mattress charts and comprised a large chunk of mattress sales during that time, turning it into a billion-dollar business. However, due to high costs and impracticality, the waterbed trickled down to just around 5% of overall bed sales today. Still, waterbed manufacturers continue to produce different types (waveless/semi-waveless) of waterbeds usually related to treatment or relief of chronic back pain or as a means to prevent nasty bed sores in immobile, comatose or paralytic patients.

Literally the mattress of the future, innovative sleep technology companies have jumped into the better sleep bandwagon and developed smart mattresses that intelligently tracks the human body's sleep cycles, sleep duration, oxygen levels, heart rate, body movement, and breathing.

Some smart mattresses also feature heating & cooling climate control functions as well as smart home integration.

While pricey, it's a popular choice among the world's elite athletes as well as those that require constant health monitoring, even while at rest.


Best Mattresses

What makes a quality mattress?

This all depends on who’s using it and for what purpose it’s for.

Whatever type of sleeper (or buyer) you are, we’ve gathered together an exhaustive collection of articles geared towards giving you the information you need about America’s bestselling mattresses.

We endeavor to help you shop for quality mattresses and help you learn the ins and outs of mattress buying.

Best Mattress Types

  • Best Innerspring Mattresses
  • Best Latex Mattresses
  • Best Hybrid Mattresses
  • Best Memory Foam Mattresses
  • Best Organic Mattresses
  • Best Non-Toxic Mattresses
  • Best Firm Mattresses
  • Best Medium Firm Mattresses
  • Best Soft Mattresses
  • Best Hybrid Mattresses
  • Best Cooling Mattresses

Best Mattresses for Health & Lifestyle

  • Best Budget Mattresses
  • Best Luxury Mattresses
  • Best Smart Mattresses
  • Best Eco-Friendly Mattresses
  • Best Orthopedic Mattresses
  • Best Mattresses for Back Pain Relief
  • Best Hypoallergenic Mattresses
  • Best Mattresses for Side Sleepers
  • Best Mattresses for Stomach Sleepers
  • Best Mattresses for Back Sleepers
  • Best Mattresses for Combination Sleepers
  • Best Mattresses for Couples
  • Best Mattresses for Sex
  • Best Mattresses for Cuddling
  • Best Mattresses for Kids
  • Best Mattresses for Pets
  • Best Mattresses for Hospice Care & Hospital Use
  • Best Mattresses for Pressure Points

Best Mattresses by Size

  • Best King-Sized Mattresses
  • Best Queen-Sized Mattresses
  • Best Single Mattresses
  • Best Double Mattresses
  • Best Twin Mattresses
  • Best Oversized Mattresses
  • Best Full-Sized Mattresses
  • California King
  • Alaskan King
  • Texan King
  • Wyoming King

Mattress Reviews

Our reviews reveal talking points that you wouldn’t most likely find out if you’re trying out a couple of mattresses at a store. 

From material and construction to the overall feel of the mattress itself, we’ve gathered extensive manufacturer information, customer reviews, and scientifically-backed facts about each mattress brand we feature.

We can also guarantee:

All of our reviews are 100% trustworthy.

Start your mattress hunt with us:

Reviews by Mattress Type

  • Best Innerspring Mattress Reviews
  • Best Latex Mattress Reviews
  • Best Hybrid Mattress Reviews
  • Best Memory Foam Mattress Reviews
  • Best Gel Memory Foam Mattress Reviews
  • Best Organic Mattress Reviews
  • Best Non-Toxic Mattress Reviews
  • Best Firm Mattress Reviews
  • Best Medium Firm Mattress Reviews
  • Best Soft Mattress Reviews
  • Best Hybrid Mattress Reviews
  • Best Cooling Mattress Reviews
  • Best Adjustable Mattress Reviews
  • Best Bed-In-A-Box Mattress Reviews
  • Best Camper Mattress Reviews
  • Best Camping Mattress Reviews
  • Best Air Bed Reviews
  • Best Water Bed Reviews
  • Best Encased Coil Mattress Reviews
  • Best Pillowtop Mattresses Reviews
  • Best Reversible Mattresses Reviews
  • Best Portable Mattresses Reviews
  • Best Budget Mattresses Reviews
  • Best Luxury Mattresses Reviews
  • Best Smart Mattresses Reviews
  • Best Eco-Friendly Mattress Reviews
  • Best Orthopedic Mattress Reviews
  • Best Mattress for Back Pain
  • Best Mattress for Back Pain Relief Reviews
  • Best Hypoallergenic Mattress Reviews
  • Best Mattress for Side Sleepers Reviews
  • Best Mattress for Stomach Sleepers Reviews
  • Best Mattress for Back Sleepers Reviews
  • Best Mattress for Combination Sleepers Reviews
  • Best Mattress for Couples Reviews
  • Best Mattress for Sex Reviews
  • Best Mattress for Kids Reviews
  • Best Mattress for Pets Reviews
  • Best Mattress for Hospice Care & Hospital Use Reviews
  • Best Mattress for Pressure Points Reviews
  • Best King-Sized Mattress Reviews
  • Best Queen-Sized Mattress Reviews
  • Best Single Mattress Reviews
  • Best Double Mattress Reviews
  • Best Twin Mattress Reviews
  • Best Twin XL Mattress Reviews
  • Best Full-Sized Mattress Reviews
  • Best Overized Mattress Reviews
  • California King
  • Alaskan King
  • Texan King
  • Wyoming King

Mattress Brand Reviews & Comparisons

  • Saatva Mattresses
  • Allswell Luxe Hybrid Mattresses
  • Stearns and Foster Cassatt Luxury Mattresses
  • Casper Mattresses
  • Tulo Mattresses
  • Modway Aveline Mattresses
  • Avocado Mattresses
  • Tempur-Pedic Mattresses
  • Layla Mattresses
  • Purple Mattresses
  • Bedgear Mattresses
  • Loom & Leaf Mattresses
  • Zenhaven Mattresses
  • Leesa Mattresses
  • Brooklyn Bedding Mattresses
  • Birch Mattresses
  • Sleep Innovations Mattresses
  • Tuft & Needle Mattresses
  • DreamCloud Mattresses
  • Aviya Mattresses
  • Signature Sleep Honest Elements Mattresses
  • Helix Mattresses
  • WinkBed Mattresses
  • Luft Mattresses
  • Sealy Mattresses
  • Bear Mattresses
  • Nest Bedding Mattresses
  • Parachute Mattresses
  • Zinus Mattresses
  • Ikea Mattresses
  • Nectar Mattresses
  • Serta Mattresses
  • BeautyRest Mattresses
  • Sleepy’s Mattresses
  • Zombie Beds
  • Quatro

Smart Mattresses & Beds Brand Reviews & Comparisons

  • Eight Sleep Smart Mattresses
  • Sleep Number Smart Mattresses
  • ReSt (Rest Smart) Beds
  • BeautyRest Smart Mattresses
  • Nordic Track Smart Mattresses
  • Mode Smart Beds
  • Kingsdown Sleep Smart Collection
  • Balluga Smart Bed

Inflatable Mattresses Brand Reviews & Comparisons

  • SoundAsleep Air Mattresses
  • Fox Air Beds
  • Insta-Bed Air Mattresses
  • Coleman Air Mattresses
  • FBSport Inflatable Car
  • Travel Air Mattress
  • Intex Air Mattresses
  • Insta-Bed Air Mattresses
  • WonderSleep Air Mattresses
  • King Koil Air Mattresses
  • REI Air Mattresses
  • Lightspeed Air Beds
  • Bestway Airbed Inflatable Mattresses
  • Aerobed Air Mattresses

Waterbed Mattresses Brand Reviews & Comparisons

  • Innomax Waterbed Mattresses
  • Strobel Waterbed Mattresses
  • Free Flow Waterbed Mattresses
  • Boyd's Waveless Waterbed Mattresses
  • Classic Mattress Semi-Waveless Waterbed Mattresses
  • Waterbed Doctor Waterbed Mattresses

Pet Mattresses Brand Reviews & Comparisons

Best Mattresses for Pet Lovers (Co-Sleeping With Dogs)

  • Brentwood Mattresses
  • Dreamfoam Mattresses
  • Zenhaven Mattresses
  • Loom & Leaf Mattresses
  • Cocoon by Sealy Mattresses
  • Douglas Mattresses
  • Alexander Signature Series by Nest Bedding Mattresses
  • The Pod by Eight Sleep Mattresses

Dog Mattresses

  • Furhaven Dog Mattresses
  • Friends Forever Dog Beds
  • Barkbox Dog Beds
  • Milliard Dog Beds
  • Hero Dog Beds
  • Midwest Homes for Pets Mattresses
  • Siwa Mary Dog Bed Mattresses
  • Go Pet Club Orthopedic Pet Beds
  • Dogbed4less Dog Mattresses
  • Brindle Waterproof Pet Beds
  • MixJoy Dogs & Cats Mattresses
  • Casper Dog Bed
  • Treat A Dog Dog Mattresses
  • Invenho Dog Beds
  • The Dog's Bed Orthopedic Dog Mattresses
  • Aiperro Dog Beds & Crate Pads
  • Molly Mutt Dog Mattresses
  • Expawlorer Outdoor Dog Beds
  • SportPet Dog Mattresses
  • Mora Pets Dog & Cat Mattresses
  • Shu Ufanro Dog Beds & Crate Mattresses
  • Browsers Luxury Dog Mattresses
  • Better World Pets Orthopedic Dog Beds
  • Love's Cabin Large Dog Beds
  • MidWest Bolster Pet Beds
  • Cozy Hut Dog Mattresses (for Aging Dogs)
  • PetMaker Dog Mattresses
  • Big Barker Dog Mattresses
  • Chasing Winter Pet Beds
  • Lightspeed Outdoors Inflatable Travel Dog Mattresses
  • Idepet Inflatable Dog Mattresses
  • AmazonBasics Dog Mattresses
  • Utotol Warming Dog Beds
  • Precisiou Pet Dog Mattresses
  • MePet Premium Dog Beds
  • Floppy Dawg Large Dog Beds
  • Aerobed Luxury Dog Beds
  • Goasis Faux Fur Dog Mats
  • Martha Stewart Dog Mattresses
  • Pawise Pet Cushion Dog & Cat Mattresses
  • AsFrost Dog Beds
  • Bedsure Orthopedic Dog Beds
  • Pet Craft Supply Co. Premium Crate Mattresses
  • Brentwood Home Pet Beds
  • Doghelio's Inflatable Dog Mattresses
  • NaturoPet Dog Beds
  • Allisandro Extra Thick Dog & Cat Mattresses

Cat Mattresses

  • Meowfia Cat Caves
  • Kitty City Large Cat Cube Beds
  • Pet Magasin Self-Heated Cat Beds
  • K&H Heated Cat Beds
  • Best Pet Supplies, Inc. Tent Cat Beds
  • Best Friends Sherl Cat Bed
  • MidWest Homes for Pets Cat Beds
  • Aspen Pet Cat Beds
  • Furhaven Cat Beds & Mattresses
  • Midwest Cat Condos & Mattresses
  • PetFusion Ultimate Dog & Cat Beds
  • Petgrow Cat Beds
  • Petmate Cat Beds
  • Hachikitty Cat Beds

Mattress Accessories

If you want it all, get the whole set.

Maybe you’ve heard that line a time or two before or maybe not. Regardless, when it comes to mattresses, we’re going to have to agree:

You’ll probably want to get something that you need to go along with it.


You simply might just need it, especially to keep you warm during winter.

Our comprehensive database is filled to the brim with information about everything you need to know about almost all types of mattress accessories from varied brands.

We’ve got the lowdown on quality mattress accessories’ price, design, size, pros and cons, material, and customer reviews all waiting for you to read through.

Best Smart Mattress & Smart Sleep Accessories

  • Withings Aura Sleep Tracker
  • Crane + Canopy Nova Duvet Cover
  • Remee Smart Sleep Mask
  • Shadow Smart Alarm Clock
  • Misfit Beddit Smart Sleep Device
  • Brookstone Bed Fan
  • Sheex Sleep Performance Sleepwear
  • Sense by Hello Smart Sleep Device
  • Dreampad Smart Pillow
  • Jawbone UP Smart Fitness & Sleep Tracker
  • Sunn Light Smart LED Light
  • Pillow Advanced Sleep Tracking System (Free on iOS)
  • Bedphones
  • Neuro:On Smart Sleep Mask
  • Phillips SmartSleep Deep Sleep Headband
  • Sharper Image Temperature Regulating Sheet Set
  • Philips SmartSleep Connected Sleep and Wake-up Therapy Lamp Light
  • Marpac Dohm Classic White Noise Device
  • Dodow Digital Sleep Lamp

Best Winter Mattress Accessories

  • Withings Aura Sleep Tracker
  • Crane + Canopy Nova Duvet Cover
  • Remee Smart Sleep Mask
  • Shadow Smart Alarm Clock
  • Misfit Beddit Smart Sleep Device
  • Brookstone Bed Fan
  • Sheex Sleep Performance Sleepwear
  • Sense by Hello Smart Sleep Device
  • Dreampad Smart Pillow
  • Jawbone UP Smart Fitness & Sleep Tracker
  • Jawbone UP Smart Fitness & Sleep Tracker
  • Sunn Light Smart LED Light
  • Pillow Advanced Sleep Tracking System (Free on iOS)
  • Bedphones
  • Neuro:On Smart Sleep Mask
  • Phillips SmartSleep Deep Sleep Headband
  • Sharper Image Temperature Regulating Sheet Set
  • Philips SmartSleep Connected Sleep and Wake-up Therapy Lamp Light
  • Marpac Dohm Classic White Noise Device
  • Dodow Digital Sleep Lamp

Best Winter Mattress Accessories

  • Sunbeam
  • Electrowarmth
  • ChiliPAD
  • BedJet

Best Summer Mattress Accessories

  • Best Cooling Mattress Pad & Mattress Topper Brands
  • Brooklyn Bedding
  • Exceptional Sheets
  • Helix
  • Therapedic
  • Overstock
  • Lucid
  • PlushBeds
  • CoolCare
  • SleepBetter
  • NightGuard
  • Nature’s Sleep
  • ViscoSoft

Best Hospital Mattress Accessories

  • Hospital Mattress Covers
  • Hospital Mattress Protectors
  • Hospital Bed Aids
  • Hospital Bed Wedges
  • Hospital Bed Pads
  • Hospital Bedside Mats
  • Hospital Beds Sleep Support Accessories

Best Kids’ Mattress Accessories

  • Mattress Protectors
  • Mattress Pads & Toppers
  • Waterproof Mattress Pads
  • Crib Mattress Pads
  • Toddler Mattress Pads
  • Bed Canopies
  • Bed Tents

Best Camping & Camper Van Mattress Accessories

  • Sleeping Pads
  • Sleeping Mats
  • Camping Foam Pads
  • Camp Pillows
  • Hammocks
  • Sleeping Bags
  • Sleeping Bag Liners

Mattress Guides

An informed shopper is a good shopper.

In today’s online transactions for everything from kitchen utensils to socks, it’s always best to stay informed and educated.

Can’t be truer for mattresses!

Stay ahead of the game and use our extensive knowledge base of mattress guides and learn the nitty-gritty of mattresses from brands from all over America (and the rest of the world).

Here are some Frequently Asked Questions that you might just find helpful:

How To’s

  • How To Safely Dispose Of An Old Mattress
  • How To Properly Clean A Spring Mattress
  • How To Properly Clean A Foam Mattress
  • How To Pick A Good Mattress For Back Pain
  • How To Pick A Good Spring Mattress
  • How To Pick A Good Foam Mattress
  • How To Pick A Hypoallergenic Mattress
  • How To Pick A Lightweight Mattress
  • How To Pick An Oversized Mattress
  • How To Tell Between Dunlop or Talalay Mattress
  • How To Fix An Old, Sagging Mattress
  • How To Fix A Squeaky Spring Mattress
  • How To Sell A Second-Hand Mattress
  • How To Choose A Good Hospital Mattress
  • How To Choose Good Mattresses For Bunk Beds
  • How To Pick An Air Mattress
  • How To Choose A Good Waterbed Brand
  • How To Choose An Oversized Mattress
  • How To Choose A Good Heated Mattress Pad

When To’s

  • When To Replace An Old Mattress
  • When To Replace A Pet Mattress
  • When To Replace A Kids’ Mattress
  • When To Replace A Baby’s Crib Mattress
  • When To Clean A Mattress
  • When To Wash A Stained Mattress

Other FAQ’s:

  • What To Look For When Choosing A Mattress
  • What Is The Best Mattress For Side Sleepers?
  • What Is The Best Mattress For Stomach Sleepers?
  • What Is The Best Mattress For Back Sleepers?
  • What Is The Best Mattress For Combination Sleepers?
  • What Is The Best Mattress For Co-Sleeping?
  • What Is The Difference Between Firm and Medium Firm Mattress?
  • How Do I Know If I Need A Soft or Firm Mattress?
  • How Do I Know If I Need A Box Spring For My Mattress?
  • What Is A Mattress-In-A-Box (Bed-In-A-Box)?
  • Does Gel Memory Foam Really Feel Cooler Than Memory Foam?
  • What Is The Difference Between A Queen-Sized Mattress & A Double Mattress?
  • Who Uses Waterbeds?
  • What Is A Smart Bed?
  • How Long Does A Spring Mattress Last?
  • How Long Does a Foam Mattress Last?
  • How Do I Ship A Mattress?
  • How Can The Right Mattress Relieve Pressure Points?
  • What Is The Best Mattress For Restless Leg Syndrome?
  • What Is The Difference Between A King Sized Bed & A Queen Sized Bed? What Is The Largest Bed Size?
  • What Is The Difference Between A Twin XL & A Twin Mattress?
  • Is A Twin XL The Same As A Double Bed?
  • Is A Double Bed The Same As A King Bed?
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