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Mattresses

Where Dreams Begin: Find Your Perfect Mattress for a Restful Sleep Every Night.

Welcome to our Mattress Collection, where comfort meets quality to provide you with the ultimate sleep experience. At SOF TOP furniture, we understand the importance of a good night's rest, which is why we've curated a selection of premium mattresses designed to meet your unique sleep needs. Whether you prefer the plush embrace of memory foam, the classic support of innerspring coils, or the natural comfort of latex, we have the perfect mattress for you. With innovative designs, superior craftsmanship, and a commitment to excellence, we're here to help you achieve the restful sleep you deserve. Explore our collection and discover the key to waking up refreshed and rejuvenated every morning.

Couple's Feet in Bed

What to consider

01.

Sleeping Position

Your preferred sleeping position (back, side, stomach) affects the type of mattress that will provide optimal support and comfort. For example, side sleepers typically benefit from softer mattresses that relieve pressure points, while back or stomach sleepers may prefer firmer support.

02.

Firmness Level

Mattress firmness is subjective and varies depending on personal preference and body type. Test different firmness levels to find the right balance of comfort and support for your needs.

03.

Mattress Type

There are various types of mattresses, including memory foam, innerspring, latex, hybrid, and airbeds. Each type offers different characteristics in terms of support, motion isolation, durability.  Research and test different types to determine which suits you best.

04.

Materials and Construction

Pay attention to the materials and construction of the mattress, as they influence its comfort, durability, and performance. Consider factors such as the quality of foam or springs used, thickness and density of materials, and overall construction.

05.

Motion Transfer

If you share the bed with a partner, consider a mattress with minimal motion transfer to prevent disturbances from movement during sleep. Memory foam and latex mattresses are known for their excellent motion isolation properties.

06.

Allergies and Sensitivities

If you have allergies or sensitivities, choose hypoallergenic and antimicrobial materials to minimize exposure to allergens such as dust mites, mold, and mildew. Look for mattresses with certified materials and covers that resist allergen buildup.

07.

Warranty

Understand the terms and coverage provided under the warranty, including any conditions or limitations.

08.

Budget

Determine your budget for the mattress purchase, considering the long-term investment in your sleep quality and overall well-being. Balance affordability with quality and features that meet your specific needs and preferences.

Bonnel Springs

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Construction

interconnected coils made from tempered steel wire. They are hourglass-shaped and connected with helical wires, creating a linked structure throughout the mattress.

2

Support

offer a traditional, bouncy feel with a firmer overall support. The interconnected coils provide uniform support across the entire mattress surface.

3

Motion Transfer

Due to their interconnected design, bonnel springs may transfer motion more easily than pocket springs. This means movements on one side of the mattress can be felt on the other side, which may disrupt sleep for couples.

Pocket Springs

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Construction

individually encased coils, each wrapped in fabric or cloth pockets. These springs work independently of each other, allowing for targeted support and minimizing motion transfer.

2

Support

conform more closely to the body's contours, providing better support and pressure relief, especially for side sleepers. The independent movement of pocket springs allows them to respond individually to the sleeper's movements, offering customized support.

3

Motion Transfer

Pocket springs excel at isolating motion, making them ideal for couples or individuals who are easily disturbed by movement during sleep. Each spring reacts independently, reducing motion transfer across the mattress surface.

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