Leesa Mattress Review


You guys, I’m starting to feel a little bit like Goldilocks. She’s the one who tried out all the beds from that bear family, right? But, hey, sleep is important, especially when you’re trying to plan a wedding and run a business. For my latest (spoiler alert: and final) review, it’s time to chat about the newest mattress to hit the strictly e-commerce market, the Leesa.

After giving both the Tuft and Needle and the Casper Sleep mattresses a try, and feeling unsatisfied, I thought it was back to square one and going to one of those dreadful mattress stores. However, as luck would have it, the lovely folks over at Leesa got in touch with me to share the news of their brand new 100% American-made, all foam mattress.

Like the other two companies, the shopping process is simple, there’s nothing to compare, their goal is to offer one amazing bed at an affordable price. How could I resist the offer to give it a try? After only a few days, our queen-sized Leesa mattress arrived in the early afternoon of Christmas Eve. The packaging was clean, simple, with an easy to follow instruction booklet inside. We unwrapped the mattress, and to my surprise, this bed was without a weird lingering smell, and it expanded rather quickly. (But, we left it in the bedroom for a few hours undisturbed to guarantee full expansion.) Besides not having an odor, the other thing that caught my attention was the stylish exterior cover. Not only is it visually pleasing, but it’s extremely soft to the touch. You could probably sleep on it without sheets if need be. (Maybe Leesa needs to think about designing some bed linens….) After the first night of sleep, we both woke up feeling refreshed, and felt like the great mattress hunt was over.  But, we didn’t want to jump the gun and decided to wait a few weeks to give our final assessment.

So, here we are two months later, and with zero complaints. It’s the first time since moving into our house that we are both getting full nights of sleep, and not waking up with any sort of back pain. There’s also no issues with feeling hot or sweaty like with some memory foam mattresses. With the other mattresses, we were also finding that we’d wake up with our sheets off the corners of the bed. We don’t know if it was the size of the sheets, the mattress cover material, or that we were spending the whole night trying to get comfortable. But, since our trial with the Leesa started, our sheets are staying on throughout the entire night. I know this sounds like a non-issue a.k.a a first world problem, but it can get annoying to wake up rolled up in your fitted sheet every morning like a burrito.

Sleeping alone is one thing, but to try to find the “perfect” mattress that will suit both members in a couple can certainly be a difficult task. If Brett is tossing or turning throughout the night, I’m not being disturbed at all. Nor are we rolling into the middle like with our old mattress because of our different body weights.

The folks at Leesa have really worked hard on dialing in the formula to offer its customers a mattress that truly is “just right”.  After giving three mattresses a try within the last 6 months, I can say with confidence that the Leesa is the perfect balance between the Casper and the Tuft and Needle.

If you decide that you’d like to purchase a Leesa, You can receive $50 Off your Leesa Mattress purchase by using my referral code.

You can read my other mattress reviews by visiting the links below:

Tuft and Needle Mattress Review
Casper Sleep Mattress Review

(Photo via: Leesa)

Disclosure: Leesa sent me a mattress for review, however the opinions expressed herein are those of my own and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of Leesa.

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