While there is no cure for allergies, there are a few small adjustments you can make in your home to help lessen their effects. The biggest step you can take is to protect your mattress from one of the most common allergy irritants—dust mites.
“One of the cornerstones of Tuft & Needle has always been listening to our customers,” said Tuft & Needle co-founder J.T. Marino. “This exciting new mattress model reflects hundreds of thousands of feedback touchpoints that we have collected over our five years in business, and takes amazing sleep to the next level.”
“Good night, sleep tight, don’t let the bed bugs bite.” We’ve all heard those seemingly harmless words as our parents clicked off our bedroom light and quietly closed the door—they are meant to be comforting, in some way, but if you’ve ever dealt with bed bugs there’s likely nothing worse to hear as your head hits the pillow.
Nearly 65% of us consider ourselves a side sleeper, which means that finding the best side sleeper pillow is key for over half of us to make sure we’ve got proper neck, shoulder, and back alignment. You may find yourself folding and flipping and flopping your pillow all throughout the night to get the right fit, which can ruin anyone’s rest.
The way you sleep can make a huge impact on both your body and mind, so choosing the best sleeping position is of the utmost importance. It’s a lot to keep track of, this whole sleeping thing—you have to sleep for exactly 8 hours (Or 7, or 6, depending on who you ask.), at the right time of night, with the wind blowing in the right direction, and now you have to think about how you’re doing it.
A mattress is a long-term investment and it can be hard to visualize what your space will be like in ten, five, or ever two years. The dimension differences between a full and a queen sized mattress can make or break your quality of sleep, especially if you have a partner.
What your sleeping position says about you is a hotly-debated topic, and while there have been a few studies attempting to find sleeping positions meaning, no one can really define a personality from just one trait, right?
Sleep paralysis is not a new concept. In its most basic form, your brain wakes before your body, and your brain is left to cope with a world it wasn’t meant to see. Since we’ve been dreaming we’ve been confronting the things that go bump in the night—and we’ve been documenting those experiences in our art, writing, and medical texts.
We know sleep paralysis is a thing that happens to just under 10% of us, but what exactly is going down here? There’s a lot to break down, and a lot of questions that need answering. It’s important to know that no two people have the same experience, and your mileage may vary if you find yourself waking up stuck. That being said, knowing the why is hugely comforting to me, and I've got some tips and tricks to keep in your pajama pockets.
I don’t know how long it takes. Maybe I’m asleep for fifteen minutes, maybe two hours, but I wake up and I’m frozen. Stuck. I instantly start to feel my chest tighten as panic sets in. I try to tell myself not to freak out, that it’s only in my head.
If you’ve been looking for mattresses online you’ve probably come to this conclusion—there are a million companies out there all selling what looks to be a similar product. It can be overwhelming when you search for a bed in a box and are greeted with endless names that all start to melt together. It can be baffling to be met with such a large sea of options.
If you enjoy hosting guests in your home, you know how important an inviting guest room is. It’s the first thing your guests will see when they land and drop their bags, and can make or break a stay.
A plethora of online mattress manufacturers have popped up in recent years advertising easy ordering and delivery while promising sleep trials and hassle-free returns. Most of these companies, like Tuft & Needle, have constructed their mattresses entirely of foam which aids in the ease of compressing their beds for a compact delivery.
For some mattresses, it’s pretty clear when their time on this earth has wound down to a dingy, lump-ridden end. The valley forming in the middle, the busted spring poking out from the side (How many pairs of pajamas will you sacrifice to that spring?), it only takes a few painful nights to be sure.
It’s easily one of the industry’s most confusing questions. What’s the difference between a regular King and a California King, and where did the term come from?
There’s nothing quite like crashing at the end of a long day and shutting out the world by burying your face directly into your bed and powering down until the morning. If you’re like most stomach sleepers, you know that comfort is important when it comes to getting the recharge you need to face the morning.
We get this question often, and most of our team wasn’t really quite sure for some time—what is the difference between a box spring and a foundation? It almost seems like the terms are interchangeable, but when you’re looking at mattress sets, it’s important to know what you’re sleeping on and what you need.
With the holiday season upon us, we know that you’ll have plenty of friends and family in your home. Whether it’s mom or your old college roommate out for a visit, creating a warm and inviting guest room will make you the best host ever, and it’s not too complicated to pull off. If you want the best guest room, pay attention to the details and your guests will be sure to thank you.
There’s no doubt that there is a ton of information available when it comes to the safety of mattresses, and researching the different options is important. We know that safety is your number one concern when it comes to bringing a foam mattress into your home, and we’re here to help break down the basics for you.
You’re used to FedEx dropping off your late-night online shopping purchases, but a mattress delivered to your door? It seems a little far-fetched, but hundreds of thousands of shoppers are opting for mail-order mattresses over the traditional store and mattress delivery experience.
Phones ringing steadily, emails piling up, chat bubbles popping at a quiet volume constantly, these are the sounds of the biggest shopping weekend of the year for any e-commerce company. At Tuft & Needle, this cacophonous hum is just a background static to the most interesting weekend we have, year after year.
Thanksgiving dinner is over, the sound of clanging dishes in the sink rings from the kitchen, and belts are being loosened all throughout the house. While many would rather get the leftovers wrapped up and plant themselves firmly on the couch for the rest of the night, the rest will be standing in lines wrapped around Target, Walmart, and malls all over the country.
You've made your list and checked it twice, now you need to get out there and find the perfect presents for all of your loved ones. A lot goes into the right gift, so we asked our team member, Raleigh, to break down the process and give us all the helpful tips and tricks our Surprise & Delight Team uses to gift our customers.
To celebrate the things we’re thankful for this week, we asked our team what advice their mentors had given them that they are most grateful for. From words of wisdom to the hard to hear feedback, mentorship is a unique relationship that can have a lasting impact on careers and lives.
If you’re considering an adjustable frame, there are some things you want to look for in a mattress to ensure you’re getting the best sleep possible. Whether you’re following your doctor’s advice to adjust your sleep position or you just like being able to read and spend more time in bed (We can’t blame you there!) the mattress you choose can make or break your experience.
When it comes to sleeping comfortably, your pillow can be just as important as the mattress you sleep on. While it’s a relatively small item, sleeping on the wrong pillow could not only make for an uncomfortable night’s sleep but in some cases (even lead to neck or back pain.
There’s a ton of advice out there on the best way to keep your mattress feeling good as new. But do you really need to flip your mattress constantly? What about rotating it? What’s the difference? What’s the right way to maintain your mattress over the years?
If you’re glancing around your house looking for what you can turn into a decent costume a few hours before you’re supposed to be somewhere, we’re here to help.
If you’ve caught yourself frantically Googling “back pain mattress” we can pretty safely assume that you aren’t comfortable with your current sleep setup—and that you’re in a world of hurt. We can also assume that you’re willing to throw bags of cash at anything that promises to cure the sharp stabbing in your spine or the throbbing in your lower back.
From a make-shift “showroom” in the corner of our first big office space to our fifth retail location, we’ve certainly come a long way in the last few years. As we continue to expand our stores, we’re excited to introduce the newest member of our extended family—Seattle!
It’s here! Your local FedEx delivery driver has trekked across land and sea to deliver another package to your doorstep. But this time it’s different. They didn’t bring you a candle, books, or socks. No, this time it’s a mattress…in a box.
Warranties, in general, can feel a little scary, but there are a few things you can study up on to feel more than prepared to make the right choice while shopping for a new mattress. Let’s break the basics down and try to clarify one of the mattress industry’s favorite ways to confuse customers.
We’ve all done it. Finding the right item is difficult enough but now you have to return it? Ugh.
So, here you are, feeling really accomplished—you’ve bought a brand new mattress. It may be your first, or your fifth, but you’re proud of it nonetheless.
At least once in your lifetime, you’ll experience the struggle of getting rid of an old mattress. Whether it’s a hand-me-down bed full of gunk, or the thousand-dollar bed that doesn’t have the sleep-inducing magic your salesperson promised—finding a place for a mattress you no longer want or need can be challenging.
Although we’ve grown at a rapid pace, we’ve built and grown our company to prioritize longevity and resilience over speed. Since the beginning, we’ve wanted to build a solid foundation for a good company that will outlast ourselves.
We aren’t trying to keep up with the startup down the street; we’re not eyeing all of our friends and VC-backed neighbors with envy. Instead, we’re doing what we wanted to do from the beginning: building a business according to our own rules, our own sense of what we’re after: Building something that has principle.
When we decided to build our first store, we approached it like we do all of our products. We started with the pains we’ve experienced personally. We listened to our customers. Even though we’re proud of what we built, we will never be done iterating. This is just the first step in what we believe will be the future of retail.
Tuft & Needle was started five years ago and has sold over 400,000 beds in that time. Even more impressive is that 96 out of every 100 people keep their mattress after the 100-night risk-free trial ends.
As of Tuesday November 18th, 2014, we've increased our prices on most of our models. This price increase ranges anywhere from 10-25% depending on the model. Some of our customers have written in asking why we've increased our prices so we wanted to take the opportunity to explain.
These days, you’ll hear more about perks than you will about benefits. Things like ping-pong tables, fridges stacked full of Red Bull and Perrier, video games, and other vanity items. What the employer is signaling to you with these items is clear: We’re cool! We’re hip! Join us, and you too can play ping-pong all the time! It’s an attractive signal, especially to young employees.
Setting prices at Tuft & Needle follows a simple rule: we charge what we need, not what we can.
Finding the perfect position to sleep in is critical to getting the shuteye you need. Some people find lying on their back or stomach most comfortable, but for a lot of people, sleeping on the side of their bodies, or partially on their side and stomach is the only way they can fall asleep.
Whether you have a late-night snacking addiction, your kiddo had a midnight accident or your fur baby mistook your bed for the litter box, stains happen. Sometimes your quick wits and cat-like reflexes will mean that a mess is cleaned up easily by a quick wash of your sheets. Other times… you’re asleep and don’t notice the mess until a few hours later.