Starting this month, popular home furnishings company West Elm will partner with online mattress retailer Leesa Sleep to sell the company’s mattresses at 80+ West Elm locations, according to a press release.
In addition, Leesa will donate 1,000 mattresses to charitable organizations in communities where West Elm operates stores and continue to donate one mattress for every 10 sold as a part of Leesa’s “One-Ten” social impact program, said the statement.
“Leesa’s mission is to provide a better place to sleep for everybody through thoughtfully designed and crafted products that meet the highest standards of overall social and environmental performance, transparency, and accountability,” said Leesa co-founder and CEO David Wolfe in the release. “After beginning our journey as an online-only company, we are thrilled to bring our product to West Elm’s stores, a brand that we believe shares our same mission in measuring success not just by financial results, but by our impact on the world.”
Leesa is a direct-to-consumer online luxury mattress company that currently offers two types of mattresses, the Leesa mattress, and the Sapira mattress. Both mattresses are available at West Elm locations and online. They come with free shipping and a 100-night, risk-free trial, and “no-hassle returns”, according to the release.
West Elm is a member of the Williams-Sonoma, Inc. portfolio of brands and operates more than 100 retail stores United States, Australia, Canada and the UK. The furnishings brand previously partnered with Casper in 2016 to sell its mattresses in store, according to an article on the announcement in Forbes. This new agreement makes Leesa the official mattress partner of West Elm, replacing Casper.
To learn more about Leesa’s products, check out Leesa.com.