Werknesh Vidya. Mattress. February 12th , 2017.
Whether you want to outfit that extra guest room with a twin bed or two or to simply upgrade your mattress to the next size up, Sadie Jane Furniture hopes that your back will find sufficient rest on the mattress you most desire.
Kingsdown does not manufacturer any of these types of mattresses. Instead it sticks to what it knows best; innerspring mattresses. This is no bad thing as over 90% of mattresses sold use the conventional, inner-spring coils. The plain truth is that most consumers feel more comfortable sleeping on an inner-spring coil mattress. What Kingsdown does is try to make the best, most comfortable mattress in the mid- to high-end price range.
Buying the right mattress is the most important factor when considering purchasing a new bed. This is your sleeping area and will affect the support and comfort of the bed. Always make sure that the mattress is suitable for the base and spend time trying them before making your purchase. There are several different types of mattresses: Open coil, pocket sprung, latex (conforms to the shape of your body for support and a good buy for people that suffer from allergies) and visco-elastic. Some mattresses, such as latex or visco-elastic do not need turning, but other mattresses need turning otherwise you will get dips where the filling has settled.
Latex Toppers are quite a bit more expensive. This is due to the fact that they are made of a material which is a bit more expensive - rubber. While a premium memory foam topper costs about $120 you will be expected to pay upwards of $220 for even a basic latex model. The latex design again moulds to your shape however it doesn't 'sink' like the memory foam. Imagine a very soft rubber and sticking your hand into it - that's what a latex mattress topper does. The advantages are that latex is very natural - it comes from the rubber tree so if you don't like synthetic things in your house the rubber topper is the better option. It's also hypo-allergenic and breathes easily, being a natural material.
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