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?
We’ve all been there; tossing and turning, revisiting all the mistakes we made throughout the day, putting together our mental checklist for tomorrow, and constantly checking the time and thinking, “If I fall asleep now, I’ll get 7 hours sleep."
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.
It would be shockingly easy to knock off most of our competitors’ products without the markups. Mattress companies can get away with offering basic foam at premium prices because most consumers never take the time to find out what exactly we’re paying for.
Like most major purchases made in life, you probably purchased your mattress with the intent that it would last as many years as possible. You might be wondering how long is a mattress even supposed to last?
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.
It seems like it should be an easy task, but if you’ve ever taken a walk into a mattress store you know it can be an overwhelming and confusing endeavor. We all have to shop for a mattress at some point, it can be difficult to know where to even begin.
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.
For many years, the mattress industry has done their best to convince shoppers that beds should feel a certain way. A cloud, a pile of feathers, unicorn bones and pixie dust—their marketing gimmicks are relentless.
The name Tuft & Needle IS a little odd for a mattress company. Admittedly, it’s kind of a mouthful.
Choosing what size mattress you need seems like a no brainer, but there are several factors to keep in mind.
We’ve helped thousands of new and existing customers plan moving their mattress and want to share our favorite tips to help make things a bit easier.
Most mattresses, unless otherwise noted by the manufacturer, can be used directly on the floor. Whether using a mattress on the floor is your preference or a temporary setup, we have a some tips to keep in mind for proper floor use.
While there are several ways to effectively clean your mattress, many issues can be prevented or easily resolved by using a mattress protector.
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.