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If You're Building a Startup, You Need to Move to Phoenix (Not Silicon Valley)

If You're Building a Startup, You Need to Move to Phoenix (Not Silicon Valley)

by T&N Team | Jun 9, 2017

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.

Death of the Salesman

Death of the Salesman

by T&N Team | Jun 7, 2017

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.

The Hidden Costs of Discounts

The Hidden Costs of Discounts

by T&N Team | May 17, 2017

On December first of 2014, Tuft & Needle recorded the highest sales day ever in its history. This occurred despite the fact that nothing had changed from the day before.

We Recently Updated Our Pricing

We Recently Updated Our Pricing

by T&N Team | May 12, 2017

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.

The Outsider's Advantage

The Outsider's Advantage

by T&N Team | May 11, 2017

We started our mattress company knowing zilch about mattresses. All we knew, based on our own experiences as customers, was that mattress shopping sucked and that there had to be a better way.

Why Office Perks Are Traps, Not Benefits

Why Office Perks Are Traps, Not Benefits

by Dennis Eusebio | May 11, 2017

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.

What To Do When You Can't Fall Asleep

What To Do When You Can't Fall Asleep

by Breanne DeMore | Apr 27, 2017

We’re guessing that you came across this post because it is somewhere between midnight and 4 a.m. and you can’t sleep. You’ve tried your back, your side, your other side, two pillows, three pillows and... nothing. Sleep just won’t come.

Is There A "Best Mattress" For Side Sleepers?

Is There A "Best Mattress" For Side Sleepers?

by Breanne DeMore | Apr 19, 2017

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.

The Best Ways To Clean Your Mattress

The Best Ways To Clean Your Mattress

by Breanne DeMore | Apr 19, 2017

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.