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Get Comfy in a Mattress from Bassett Furniture

The quality of your sleep depends heavily on the quality of your mattress. A sleepless night on an uncomfortable bed can easily affect your ability to concentrate the next day. On the other hand, a good night's sleep can only boost your chances of putting forward your best self.

Make sure you're always at your best by getting the best sleep possible on a great mattress from Bassett Furniture. Our selection features durable, supportive, and comfortable mattresses of all sizes that fit any bed frame, including a king, queen, twin, and more.

Discover your best sleep with a new mattress from Bassett Furniture.

Choose Your Perfect Mattress at Bassett Furniture

Everyone has their preferences when it comes to sleep. That includes the type of mattress that you find most enjoyable. Whatever your preferences are, you'll be able to find a perfect match in our collection.

Is it better to have a firm or soft mattress?

Soft mattresses have a plush feel and allow for more of your body to sink into the cushioning. This arrangement can help relieve pressure on your back and keep the spine in alignment. Softer mattresses are recommended for side sleepers since that position exposes your body to more pressure points.

A mattress on the opposite side of the plushness scale may better serve stomach and back sleepers. That's because a firmer mattress helps to prevent your midsection from sinking too much, leaving you in an uncomfortable "U" position when you sleep on your stomach. A firmer mattress is a good match for back sleepers, as it provides the necessary support your back needs in a horizontal position.

If you don't have a favorite sleep position or change positions throughout the night, consider a mattress that balances plushness and firmness.

What type of mattress comfort levels are there?

  • • Firm - This level is for people who like a firm mattress but not "rock hard." People often say they feel "on" firm beds rather than "in" them.
  • • Plush - A mattress in this category is softer than a firm and has extra padding or "pillowtop."
  • • Soft - A "soft" style mattress is similar to a firm because it does not have excessive padding but still provides a "sinkable" experience.
  • • Ultra Plush - A mattress at this level is often described as "super soft" and "sinkable," meaning you'll settle into the upper layers of padding while you relax. If you like a mattress that hugs you, ultra-plush is for you.

How do I choose the right mattress?

Which material makes for the best mattress? That all depends on your tastes and preferences. Do you like to feel cool at night? Then the breathability and cooling of a gel mattress might be for you.

  • • Memory Foam Mattress - A memory foam layer distributes weight evenly across its surface, meaning more support and less pressure to be applied to your joints.
  • • Pillow Top - A pillow top mattress has several inches of additional padding sewn into the top in addition to an innerspring design.
  • • Gel Mattress - A gel-infused mattress is usually paired with memory foam and offers breathability and cooling advantage over the other mattress types listed here.
  • • Innerspring Mattress - An innerspring mattress supports a top-pad with hundreds or thousands of individual springs woven together.
  • • Latex Mattress - A latex mattress is very similar to memory foam with a few extra benefits. A latex mattress usually conforms to your body a bit better than memory foam and returns to its original shape a bit faster.
  • • Hybrid Mattress - A hybrid mattress combines two or several types and features listed above. The advantage of buying a hybrid mattress is that it's possible to get several technologies rolled up into one package.

What types of mattresses do chiropractors recommend?

Chiropractors are experts in chronic pain in every area of the body. It's important to listen to what the experts say, and most chiropractors recommend mattresses focused on maximum support. The area that needs the most support is the lumbar spine or the lower back.

It's vital to sleep on a mattress with the right firmness. A good mattress relieves pressure points and makes your body feel better. Regardless of the position you're in, your shoulders, hips, and other body parts that stick out need proper support.

The right mattress will have a balance of support and pressure relief.

Are tufted mattresses comfortable?

Tufting a mattress is often a part of the manufacturing process that keeps the layers in a mattress held together. It keeps the materials from falling apart and sagging in the long term. Tufting also makes your sleeping surface more even and comfortable.

How much should a good mattress cost?

Many mattresses today cost anywhere between $200 and $1500. However, you can find budget mattresses for under $150. You can also find premium mattresses for much more money - some brands can cost $4000 and above. For most people, you can buy a good quality mattress for around $1000.

Beds & Mattresses From Bassett Furniture

Need a new bed, box spring, or bed frame for that brand new mattress? Maybe a nightstand or a dresser can complete the look of your new bedroom? Bassett Furniture features some great pieces in our bedroom collection. Find a Bassett Furniture store nearest you and come in for a visit today.

Get Your Bed or Mattress from a Trusted Brand

Meet Jasmine. Jasmine fuses the best qualities of traditional and foam mattresses through advanced Supportive Air Technology. That's what fuels the unique performance of our Reaxion Foam, which can deliver the perfect amount of support to every part of your body.

Our collection also features mattresses from two of the most trusted brands: Sealy and Sterns & Foster. Sealy mattresses feature Posturepedic Technology, which can deliver deep, targeted support throughout the night. Sterns & Foster mattresses are hand-crafted and leverage 173 years of American ingenuity to provide a high standard of excellence.

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