Bedding Collection

Like sleeping on a cloud

Upgrade your sleep with plush comfort. Whether you're a side sleeper, back sleeper, or somewhere in between, we've got the pillow and mattress topper you need for a great night's sleep.
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I have been sleeping on this pillow for a month now and I cant tell you how much I love it. It conforms perfectly to my head and neck and I wake up with no neck pain that I usually have. It comes with extra filling so if you want it firmer you just add more.

Pilar P.

Keep Cool

Our pillows and mattress toppers use premium gel-infused memory foam to keep you comfortable throughout the night, providing a cooling sensation for a restful and temperature-regulated night's sleep. Say goodbye to overheating and hello to a blissful slumber.
My husband is pleased with this memory foam topper. He prefers a firm mattress and by adding this topper he still gets the firmness and support of the mattress, but also a soft layer that conforms to his body. He wakes up less stiff and sore than before and is more rested. Definitely two thumbs up.

L. S.

Frequently Asked Questions About Bedding

A mattress topper is a removable bedding layer designed to enhance the comfort and support of a mattress. Typically made of materials like memory foam, latex, or down alternative, it adds an extra layer to the mattress surface, providing additional cushioning and support for a more comfortable sleep experience.

Yes, certain mattress toppers, such as those made with gel-infused memory foam or latex, are designed to help regulate temperature and dissipate body heat. These materials promote airflow, keeping the mattress surface cooler and potentially contributing to a more comfortable sleep experience, especially for those who tend to sleep hot.

Bedding refers to the materials used to dress a bed, including sheets, pillowcases, blankets, comforters, duvets, and bedspreads. It encompasses all the elements that make a bed both comfortable and aesthetically pleasing.

The main difference between a duvet and a comforter lies in construction and functionality. A comforter is a thick, quilted blanket filled with synthetic fibers, down, or a down alternative. A duvet, on the other hand, is a soft, flat bag filled with feathers, down, or synthetic fibers, and it requires a separate duvet cover. The cover is easily removable and washable, making it a versatile and customizable option

Yes, you can use a throw blanket as a normal blanket. While throw blankets are smaller than typical bed blankets, they are versatile and can be used for extra warmth on a bed, as a wrap while sitting on a sofa, or even as a decorative accent.

The warmest blankets include down comforters for lightweight insulation, wool blankets for natural warmth, electric blankets with adjustable heating, Sherpa blankets with plush and fleece sides, and fleece blankets for effective heat retention. Choose based on your climate, material preference, and desired level of coziness.

Using a mattress topper offers several benefits:

  1. Enhanced Comfort: Adds an extra layer of padding, softening the mattress surface for increased comfort.
  2. Improved Support: Provides additional support to alleviate pressure points and enhance spinal alignment.
  3. Temperature Regulation: Some toppers, like those made of gel-infused memory foam, can regulate temperature for a cooler sleep.
  4. Extended Mattress Lifespan: Protects the mattress from wear and tear, potentially prolonging its lifespan.
  5. Affordability: A cost-effective way to modify the feel of a mattress without purchasing a new one.
  6. Allergy Protection: Some toppers have hypoallergenic properties, guarding against allergens like dust mites.
  7. Customization: Allows users to customize the firmness or softness of the mattress to suit individual preferences.
  8. Easy Maintenance: Most toppers are removable and washable, making it easier to keep your sleeping environment clean.

Whether you want to revitalize an aging mattress or customize your sleep experience, a mattress topper can be a practical and versatile solution.

A pillow can contribute to better sleep in several ways:

  1. Neck and Head Support: Maintains proper spinal alignment, reducing discomfort and preventing stiffness.
  2. Pressure Point Relief: Supports the natural curves of the body, alleviating pressure on sensitive areas.
  3. Comfort and Relaxation: Provides a comfortable surface for the head, promoting relaxation and ease of falling asleep.
  4. Prevents Snoring: Elevating the head with the right pillow may help reduce snoring and improve airflow.
  5. Allergy Prevention: Hypoallergenic pillows can prevent allergens, promoting a healthier sleep environment.
  6. Customization: Different pillow types cater to various sleeping preferences, such as firmness and loft.

Selecting a pillow that suits your sleep style and preferences is crucial for optimizing sleep quality and comfort.