We also post a lot of best mattress lists with comparison charts, where we detail which beds are the best in various categories. We find that a lot of folks don’t really know where to start, but they know that they want a good mattress for stomach sleepers, for example.

These lists also compare beds and discuss their relative advantages and disadvantages, but a lot of people find them particularly helpful because they’re targeted and specific.

We spend hours and hours scrutinizing over which beds deserve to be on our best lists. We don’t just pick a few mattresses blindly. We consider everything, including design, durability, warranty, price, consumer-intent, and more.


We’re always posting new mattress reviews and comparisons, and below is a list sorted by brand name.




Bear Mattress

Big Fig

Brooklyn Bedding


Cocoon by Sealy






Titan Mattress

Tuft & Needle




There are a lot of mattress brands out there and it seems like more are popping up everyday. Naturally, each company is carving out a niche for itself and we’re seeing a clear fissure, not only based on materials, but also on price. We are seeing some companies, such as Lucid, Zinus, and Tuft & Needle, competing hard in the ultra-budget category. Other brands, such as CasperLeesa, and GhostBed, are dancing around in a moderate price range (between $700 and $1,000 for a queen size bed). And then we have more luxury brands, such as ZenhavenAvocado Green Mattress, and Brentwood Home.

There is no single best brand or best bed for everyone. While one of our team members might not personally be the absolute biggest fan of the Lucid 10″ Memory Foam Mattress, there is a person and an application where it might be the best bed. Similarly, some people might not be able to afford the Purple.4 Mattress, but that doesn’t make it bad or a bad value. So with that in mind, we try to present the whole story, even if we compare a budget bed with a luxury bed. There is a bed for everyone.

Our Mattress Comparison Process

We try our best to make our comparisons succinct yet thorough. As such, we like to discuss commonalities and policy information first and then move on to the pros, cons, and major points with each bed. We do our best to draw clear distinctions between each mattress and tell you specifically why you might get one bed over another. For example, if we’re comparing an all-foam mattress and a hybrid/coil mattress, one clear distinction that we will probably make is that all-foam beds tend to be less desirable for heavy people because they aren’t as supportive long term.

Now, that’s obviously a generalization, but, in most cases, it holds true. Latex, however, does tend to be more durable in the long run than poly foam-based materials, such as memory foam beds, which soften quite a bit with use. While these are just a couple notes on materials, this is how we like to highlight information in order to help you find the right mattress.