“Cariloha manufactures mattresses with eco-friendly viscose from bamboo—one of the world’s most sustainable resources due to its natural regeneration The mattresses are CertiPUR-US-certified, meeting standards for emissions, content, performance, and durability, and are made with a Flex-Flow foam base for a cooler sleep.”
10 ECO-FRIENDLY MATTRESSES THAT WILL CHANGE THE WAY YOU SLEEP
For your most sustainable (and serene) sleep ever.
By Lucia Tonelli
From comfort and construction to quality and breathability, there’s a long list of factors we consider before buying a mattress. And while these concerns are at the tops of most checklists, organic and eco-friendly options often get lost in the mix of a wildly saturated market. But fear not the confusion: whether you want your mattress shipped in a box overnight, or prefer one that’s custom-made and handcrafted, there’s an eco-friendly mattress for you.
Read on for 10 mattress brands that are shaking things up with eco-friendly options—benefiting both the environment and your quality of sleep. (Not listed in any particular order.)
1 TUFT & NEEDLE
With over 5,000 five-star reviews on Amazon, Tuft & Needle’s “bed-in-a-box” mattress is American-made, CertiPur Certified, and GreenGuard-certified; luxury qualities at a very reasonable price.
Adaptive Foam Mattress, $595
While PlusBeds has nine (yes, nine) total purity certifications, their most impressive is the GreenGuard Gold certification—one that less than 1% of all mattresses receive. With organic latex and memory foam options, PlushBeds are made with certified organic cotton, wool, and latex.
Luxury Bliss Natural Latex Mattress – Queen, $1,500
Yes, the hype surrounding the Saatva is real: as one of 2019’s top-rated mattresses, Saatva uses recycled tempered steel, eco-friendly foams, and organic cotton coverings to craft their hybrid innerspring memory foam mattresses, all of which are handcrafted in America. In addition to four sustainability certifications, Saatva’s unique business model is designed to reduce their carbon footprint, and the company is entirely paperless.
Saatva Luxury Firm Mattress – Queen, $1,099
DreamCloud’s luxury hybrid mattresses are made with high density memory foam, an intuitive micro coil system, and a cashmere blend built-in pillow top. They’re certified by CertiPUR-US, and are free from harmful chemicals and gases, ozone depleters, PBDE flame retardants, heavy metals, formaldehyde, phthalates and VOCs.
DreamCloud Luxury Hybrid Mattress – Queen, $1,300
Cariloha manufactures mattresses with eco-friendly viscose from bamboo—one of the world’s most sustainable resources due to its natural regeneration. The mattresses are CertiPUR-US-certified, meeting standards for emissions, content, performance, and durability, and are made with a Flex-Flow foam base for a cooler sleep.
Bamboo Mattress – Queen, $1,100
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