Good Question: Is This Mattress Comfy?

Good Question: Is This Mattress Comfy?

Gregory Han
Nov 7, 2007

Former lurker Ceteris peeked out to ask AT:LA readers:

I'm in the market for a mattress. Does anyone in the great Apartment Therapy network have good or bad things to say about the West Elm mattresses, particularly the eurotop mattress?

Or if there's another place I should be looking for a mattress in Southern California, I'm all ears.

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Of all the things to splurge on, we're a big proponent about spending your money where you sleep. We personally don't know how comfortable or well constructed these West Elm mattresses are, but perhaps some of our readers out there own or have owned one.

We personally slumber upon the W Hotel branded W Bed, which is a Simmons constructed hotel quality mattress. Free 3 day delivery for LA residents, and filled with 825 coils for a queen size. We overslept a few mornings in a row when we first got this mattress, so it definitely gets a thumbs up for comfort.

Be sure to check out several of our past posts dealing with is very same topic:

Good Question: What's a good mattress to get?

Is it time to change your mattress?

Mattress comfort is very subjective, so we highly recommend a hands-on (or rather, backside-on) test. One person's perfect mattress is another person's backache.

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