This Luxury Mattress is What Homebody Dreams are Made of—And it Costs Less Than $1,000

published Sep 6, 2019
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During the past two years that I’ve worked at Apartment Therapy, I’ve been immersed in mattresses. Did I plan for mattresses to become my beat? Not at all. But in the past few years, the number of direct-to-consumer mattress companies has kind of exploded, and therefore I have to think about them a lot. I have written about, tested, and researched more mattresses than I can count, and honestly? I am tired. So tired, in fact, that all I want to do is sleep. On a mattress. But which one?

When I first moved to New York, I bought a super inexpensive Zinus mattress on Amazon. Was it the height of luxury? No, but I stand by the Zinus for its comfort and budget price. Lately, though, I’ve been thinking about finally upgrading to something else. I’m so tired from all that mattress research, after all. And that, dear reader, is when I learned about the new Allswell mattress.

If you’re unfamiliar with Allswell, it’s a bedding brand backed by Walmart that offers mattresses at super low prices. In a world of memory foam, Allswell mattresses are hybrids, meaning that they are constructed with both foam and coils, giving you an equal dose of support and cozy comfort. Like many other mattress brands, Allswell also sells bedding—but unlike most of those brands, Allswell’s extra products are actually good.

I had of course heard about Allswell’s first two mattresses, the Allswell and the Luxe, but it’s the newest mattress that really caught my attention. The Supreme, which was just launched this past month, is the more expensive of the three at $985 for a Queen. It has the same hybrid construction as the other two, but it also has a life-changing Euro top that offers max plushness and a medium-firm feel that I appreciate as a side sleeper.

And of course, it was neatly delivered in a box. After my roommate and I somehow carried it up six flights of stairs (welcome to New York!), I hired a Task Rabbit to help me set it up and get rid of my old mattress. Even he was impressed with how well it was packaged, and by just how plush it actually was.

I’ve been sleeping on the Supreme for about one month now, and I’m in love. I try to get at least 9-10 hours of sleep every night, and I value a bedroom that’s a true oasis in the chaos of New York. I can honestly say that the Supreme is the best mattress I’ve ever slept on—in fact, I was visiting my parents last week and found that my old mattress (which I have always thought was very comfy) left me tossing and turning. I even asked my mom if she had gotten a new mattress, and she had not. I couldn’t believe how lumpy and uncomfortable it felt, but was overjoyed to get back to my Supreme when I returned to New York.

Not only is it seriously soft and supportive, but it’s also relatively inexpensive. Most luxury mattresses cost well over $1,000, and the Supreme comes in at just $985 for a Queen. Plus, Allswell offers free shipping, a 100-night trial period, and a 10-year warranty for peace of mind. Now I can leave my trying job writing about mattresses and get some much needed rest.

Buy: The Supreme Mattress, $985 for Queen