Finding products that are all-natural or organic has become increasingly popular, and mattresses are no exception. There have been some really good mattresses that fit into the organic category that have come into the market over the past couple of years. I’ll go over a few of them that I like and explain why consumers might like them too.
Top Natural Mattress Picks
Talalay/2 Firmnesses In 1: Zenhaven
Plush Hybrid: Bloom Hybrid
Top Picks Compared
The Spindle mattress is a unique and pretty cool concept that isn’t readily available elsewhere on the market. When people buy the mattress, they will receive three separate three inch layers of natural dunlop latex (see more). They can actually rearrange the three layers to change the firmness level of the mattress. This type of customization maximizes the chances that people will find a firmness level that they like.
The latex used in the mattress is all-natural. The cover is quilted with natural wool batting and organic cotton. When people add all the components together, they’ll find themselves with a truly organic mattress. The mattress is highly durable, so it should be a good long-term investment as well. The mattress is $1,349.99 for a Queen. That is a very reasonable price for a natural latex mattress.
Zenhaven is also an all-natural latex mattress that uses talalay latex instead of dunlop latex. What’s unique about this mattress is that it is flippable, meaning it has two firmness levels in one (see more on that HERE). This helps maximize the chances of getting the right firmness level. The materials used in this mattress make it as close to organic as people can get. It is also a very durable mattress, so it should be a great long-term investment.
A Queen is $1,899, which is a very reasonable price for an all-natural Talalay latex mattress. Given how long the mattress should last, it’s a great value.
Avocado combines natural latex as a comfort layer with a pocketed spring support system. People also have the option of adding a latex pillow top to make the bed a little softer. It has great support and has very durable materials (it’s great for heavy people), so it will definitely last a very long time (see more HERE).
A Queen is $1,399 without the pillow top and $1,699 with the pillow top. For a mattress of this caliber, it’s definitely a great price an an excellent value overall.
Brooklyn Bedding Bloom Hybrid
The Bloom Hybrid is a hybrid mattress that contains 3″ of Talalay latex and supportive coils. It also contains wool and a quilted organic cotton cover which give the mattress a slight pillow top feel. The top layer provides a good amount of pressure relief, making this an option for side sleepers.
In addition, people can choose from three firmness options: Soft, Medium, and Firm. I reviewed the Medium model which featured a very nice balance of comfort and support. If people want more comfort, they can opt for the Soft model, and if people want more support, they can go with the Firm.
Like the other mattresses on this list, the Bloom Hybrid is durable, organic, and free of harmful chemicals. It is in a similar price range as these other mattresses and retails for $1,799 for a Queen-size.
Check out the Bloom Hybrid review
- Not All Latex Is Natural– Some people assume that because a mattress has latex in it, it is automatically natural. Most of the time, however, the latex is actually synthetic, so it isn’t natural at all. People want to make sure that the latex in the mattress they are looking at is natural and not synthetic.
- Consumers Have To Pay More For Natural– Sourcing natural latex is very expensive. That’s why so many synthetic latex mattresses exist. It’s just a fact of life that if people want to get a mattress that is actually organic, they are going to have to pay a good amount for it.
- Plant-Based Doesn’t Mean All-Natural– If people see a company uses plant-based foams, that means they have only replaced a portion of the petroleum-based foams with bio-based foams. It won’t be all-natural.
There have been some great organic mattresses that have come out in the past couple of years, and they rank well amongst the best mattresses overall. The prices are reasonable and they should last a long time, so the value people can get is pretty high.
Joe Auer is the editor of Mattress Clarity. He mainly focuses on mattress reviews and oversees the content across the site.
He likes things simple and take a straightforward, objective approach to his reviews. Joe has personally tested nearly 250 mattresses and always recommends people do their research before buying a new bed. He has been testing mattresses for over 5 years now, so he knows a thing or two when it comes to mattress selection. He has been cited as an authority in the industry by a number of large publications.
Joe has an undergraduate degree from Wake Forest University and an MBA from Columbia University.
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