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Mattresses are generally expensive with some of them even going well over 3000 dollars. However, in all our time checking out mattresses, we’ve come to realize that 1000, while comparatively low, is actually a good-sized budget for mattress shopping, especially if you buy yours off the internet. As a matter of fact, a lot of the best mattresses we’ve featured in our reviews are in this same price range. 

With that much money, you can get yourself a mattress that’s durable, comfortable, and just overall awesome if you know where to look. Plus, a lot of them actually come with great trial periods and warranties.

With that said, here’s a list of what we think are the best mattresses under 1000. Note that the prices of these mattresses are all based off of their Queen-sized variants and they can even get cheaper when they’re put on sale. So, if you decide to go with a smaller sized mattress or wait until your chosen mattress goes on sale (which pretty much happens all year round, by the way), you can save even more money. 

We also included short reviews of these products to help give you a better picture and a short guide to help you find what works best for you. But, before we get any deeper, here are the things we considered when we chose these mattresses:

How we chose

Materials and combinations

Modern mattresses are made up of a lot of things. The most common ones are memory foam, polyurethane foam (polyfoam), latex, innerspring, and hybrids. Some mattress companies, like Purple, even have their own proprietary material. 

Now, none of these materials are perfect but they do excel in a few specific traits. For instance, memory foam conforms to the exact shape of your body which makes it pressure relieving but it also traps heat. Latex, on the other hand, isn’t as pressure relieving but it’s also more responsive and breathable. Coils or springs are highly supportive and breathable but they tend to be too bouncy for some people and don’t isolate movement well unless they’re individually wrapped (pocketed). 

We looked closely at the designs and material combinations of several mattresses and used our judgement to find the best ones. 

Thickness and durability

These are two things that a lot of cheaper mattresses (e.g. sub-300 and sub-500 mattresses) skimp on — and, unsurprisingly, they’re connected. 

You see, thicker mattresses are generally more durable than their thinner counterparts. Especially if you’re a larger person, the extra material helps take weight better. 

That being said, the standard mattress seems to be 8-12 inches thick and lasts around 7 years. 

Since 1000 isn’t really that tight of a budget, we didn’t want to have mattresses that compromise on these features. Rest assured that none of the mattresses here will be less than 10 inches thick. And, if any of the mattresses on this list are exceptionally sturdy or they might need a bit more caring on your part, we’ll tell you about those, too. 

Trial periods and warranty

The standard seems to be 100 nights to try out the mattress and a 10-year warranty. However, apart from thickness and durability, these are features that also commonly get watered down when your mattress budget gets tighter. 

Considering the budget you have at hand, we don’t think you should settle for any mattress that goes below the set norm, so we picked mattresses that at least lived up to the standard. 

We think it should be more than adequate considering how your body only needs roughly 30 days to adjust to a new mattress. If you don’t like it, you can always return it for a full refund as long as you’re within the trial period. And, in case you decide to keep the mattress, a 10-year warranty should be long enough to cover a few repairs (should you need it) until you need to buy a new mattress again. 

Brand reputation

For this, we first checked if the manufacturer was accredited by the Better Business Bureau (BBB). Companies that are recognized by the bureau are fair, transparent, and helpful to their customers, so this is always a good thing and their products are going to have a better chance of making it on our list. 

However, even if a company wasn’t BBB accredited, it still had the chance to be featured if we saw enough evidence to assume that it treated its customers the way any great business would. In this case, verified customer reviews are largely where we dug up information.

The overall feel of the mattress

This is where it all comes together. The thickness, materials, durability, brand name, price — none of them really matter if the mattress doesn’t feel good to YOU. 

We’re talking about how the mattress relieves pressure, how well it supports your spine, how it responds to movement, how well it regulates temperature, etcetera. We took all these into consideration because these are ultimately what will decide if you want to buy or keep a mattress. 

Other things we thought about:

  • Special features: This means certifications, zoned support, proprietary foams, unique designs, free pillows, free sheets, white glove delivery, and pretty much anything else that adds value to your purchase. 
  • Off-gassing: This is the smell of chemicals that you get when you unwrap a brand new mattress. It’s nasty, sure, but it’s normal. It usually takes a couple of days to maybe a couple of weeks to dissipate but, obviously, the less time it takes, the better. 

The best mattresses under 1000

Because 1000 bucks isn’t really that tight of a budget, we believe the best mattresses in this price range are ones that can compete against their more pricey counterparts. When you sleep on them, they should feel just as, if not more comfortable and they should at least last for 7-10 years. Anything less than that just doesn’t cut it. 

Here’s a list of the mattresses that we think fit the bill:

  1. Layla Memory Foam Mattress
  2. Bear Mattress
  3. The Nectar Memory Foam Mattress
  4. Brooklyn Bedding Signature Hybrid
  5. Helix Sleep Mattresses
  6. Tuft & Needle Mint Mattress
  7. Allswell (The Supreme)
  8. DreamFoam Bedding Willow
  9. Zoma Sports Mattress
  10. Leesa Original Mattress
Pros
  • BBB accredited business (A+ rating)
  • 2 firmness options in 1 mattress
  • Sleeps cooler than traditional memory foam mattresses
  • Zoned SMT for better support, pressure relief, and airflow
  • Relieves pressure and Isolates movement well
  • Lengthy trial period and lifetime warranty
  • CertiPUR-US® certified
Cons
  • Weak edge support

Layla is one of the industry’s leading brands and it shows in their A+ rating given by the BBB

Their mattress is pretty damn good, too. It’s a 10-inch all-foam mattress with a unique, flippable design. One on side, you have a firm feeling mattress covered in black/grey fabric. On the other, a soft mattress clad in white/grey. 

It’s basically 2 mattresses in 1. So, theoretically, it can accommodate all types of sleepers and weight. If you’re unhappy about how one side feels, just flip it over and maybe you’ll find the other side better. After all, you have 120 nights to try out the mattress so you should have more than enough time to decide if either of the 2 sides fit. 

That being said, both sides of the mattress come with a layer of copper-gel memory foam. Between them are 2 separate layers of support foam with one using the brand’s own zoned surface modification technology (Zoned SMT).

The copper and gel infused within the memory foam layers are there to help keep temperatures low. And, as with virtually any other memory foam mattress, Layla is great at relieving pressure and isolating movement. The Zoned SMT in one of the support layers enhances the mattress’ supportive, pressure relieving, and temperature regulating properties. Overall, it’s simply a well-rounded bed. 

However, like most all-foam mattresses, it does suffer from a lack of edge support. This might be a problem for couples who share a small mattress or someone who has trouble getting in or out of bed, so keep this in mind. 

Other features of the Layla Memory Foam Mattress:

  • 120-night trial period
  • Lifetime warranty
  • Free shipping and returns
  • CertiPUR-US® certified
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Pros
  • Popularly used by athletes
  • Uses Celliant® fabric for possible therapeutic benefits
  • Sleeps cooler than traditional memory foam
  • Solid edge support and great motion isolation
  • Great balance of pressure relief and support
  • Ideally for average and larger sleepers
  • CertiPUR-US® certified
Cons
  • Might not be the best choice for petites

The bear mattress isn’t a BBB recognized company but from what we’ve seen, it’s actually quite the popular mattress among serious athletes. So popular, in fact, that they have an entire page on their website showcasing these sports men and women. 

One of the reasons why it’s making waves in the athletic community is that its cover is Celliant® — a brand that uses fabric infused with nanoparticles that emit far infrared radiation (FIR). Per research, FIR can have several therapeutic benefits including better blood flow, relaxation, and pain relief. 

Of course, it wouldn’t be one of the best mattresses under 1000 dollars if its only highlight is its cover. From the top down, the Bear Mattress uses graphite-gel infused memory foam, responsive polyfoam, and high density polyfoam. 

The graphite and gel help keep temperatures low and with the innate properties of memory foam, this mattress is also great at relieving pressure and isolating movement. The dense polyfoam layers also help give the mattress the supportiveness that any great mattress needs. Perhaps it’s the polyfoam layers that also give this mattress a surprisingly solid edge support.

The Bear Mattress sites on the firmer side of medium-firm, however, so it might not be the best choice if you’re petite. For average and heavyweight sleepers though, this mattress should do just fine regardless of what position you prefer to sleep in. 

Other features of the Bear Mattress:

  • 100-night trial period
  • 10-year warranty
  • Free shipping and returns
  • CertiPUR-US® certified
Pros
  • Pressure relieving, supportive, and has great motion isolating properties
  • Sleeps cooler than traditional memory foam
  • Better edge support than most all-foam mattresses
  • Generous trial period and warranty
  • Free pillows
  • CertiPUR-US® certified
Cons
  • Probably not the best option for petite sleepers
  • Edge support could be better
  • Off-gassing seems to be a common issue

Despite not being a BBB accredited company, Nectar is still one of the most prominent figures in the industry. It’s affordable, sure, but you also get more out of your money just because your purchase comes with an entire year’s worth of trials, a warranty that lasts forever, and free memory foam pillows. Not a lot of companies offer those same freebies and features and even less of them are as budget-friendly as Nectar. 

That being said, the Nectar mattress has 3 different memory foam layers: a cover quilted with memory foam, a top foam layer of gel memory foam, and a middle layer of the brand’s adaptive hi core memory foam. All these sit on a dense base layer of polyfoam. 

As with all other memory foam mattresses, Nectar conforms to the shape of your body, making it great for pressure relief. It also isolates movement exceptionally well and the gel helps keep your sleeping temperature low. It’s also firmer than most memory foam mattresses we’ve seen which we think, along with the dense base, contributes to the mattress’ supportiveness. 

The firmness of the mattress also gives it a bit of edge support but if we’re being honest, we don’t consider it great. Still better than a lot of other all-foam mattresses though. Also, it might not be the best choice if you weigh less than average and do beware of its off-gassing tendencies. 

Other features of The Nectar Memory Foam Mattress:

  • 365-night trial period
  • Forever warranty
  • Free 2 memory foam pillows
  • Free shipping and returns
  • CertiPUR-US® certified
Pros
  • BBB accredited business (A+ rating)
  • Thick (11.5 inches)
  • Multiple firmness options (great for every type of sleeper and weight)
  • Uniquely pressure relieving, supporting, and responsive at the same time
  • Great temperature regulation
  • Isolates movement will with solid edge support
  • Lengthy trial period
  • CertiPUR-US® certified
Cons
  • Doesn’t feel quite like memory foam, latex, or innerspring

Brooklyn Bedding has been in the mattress-making industry for quite a long time now and, unsurprisingly, they’re a BBB accredited business with an A+ rating. They also have several mattresses under 1000 bucks but we think their best one is their Signature Hybrid. 

That being said, the Brooklyn Bedding Signature Hybrid is 11.5 inches thick. It also comes with multiple firmness options, either soft, medium, or firm. This means whatever your weight or preferred sleeping position, there’s a version of the Signature Hybrid that fits. 

In terms of design, this mattress comes with the brand’s very own TitanFlex™ foam, Energex™ foam, and pocketed coils. TitanFlex bridges the body-conforming properties of memory foam and the responsiveness of latex whereas Energex serves as a supportive transition layer. The coils help isolate movement, regulate temperature, and add more bounce to the mattress. It has pretty good edge support, too. 

Overall, we think the Brooklyn Bedding Signature Hybrid excels at pretty much everything — pressure relief, support, the whole 9 yards. However, since TitanFlex is right in the middle of memory foam and latex, it also doesn’t feel quite like either of them. Hybrids such as this don’t feel quite like innerspring mattresses either. So, if you’re looking for the classic feel of either memory foam, latex, or innerspring, this mattress might not be your best choice. 

Other features of the Brooklyn Bedding Signature Hybrid:

  • 120-night trial period
  • 10-year warranty
  • Free shipping and returns
  • CertiPUR-US® certified
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Pros
  • Custom firmness, including split firmness options for couples
  • Great for virtually all types of sleepers regardless of weight
  • Great edge support and motion isolation
  • Pressure relieving, supportive, responsive, and breathable
  • Free 2 Dream Pillows
  • CertiPUR-US® and OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 Certified
Cons
  • Luxe version costs more than $1000 (but the more affordable standard mattresses are great nonetheless)
  • Sold exclusively on Helix’s website

First of all, it’s hard to find a mattress with customizable firmness. Even harder is one that costs under 1000 dollars. But here we are with Helix — a company that makes affordable mattresses that can either be soft, medium, or firm depending on what YOU want. They even go as far as custom-making mattresses with split firmness for couples with different needs and preferences. That’s just incredible, right? 

That being said, Helix has 2 types of mattresses: standard and luxe. With the budget you have, you’ll only be able to afford the standard version but, you know what? We think it’s great anyway. 

Standard Helix mattresses are 12-inch hybrids with individually wrapped coils and several types of foam including polyfoam or memory foam, latex, and the brand’s own DurDense foam which is basically a very dense foam used as a base. 

If you picked the right mattress according to your preferences, your bed should feel pressure relieving, supportive, responsive, breathable, and just comfortable overall. Plus, Helix mattresses isolate movement well and have great edge support so they’re great options for couples, too. 

Other features of the Helix Sleep Mattresses:

  • 100-night trial period
  • 10-year warranty
  • Free shipping and returns
  • Free 2 Dream Pillows
  • CertiPUR-US® and OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 Certified
Pros
  • BBB accredited business (A+ rating)
  • More graphite and cooling beads for better temperature regulation
  • Pressure relieving (like memory foam) but responsive and breathable (like latex)
  • Great for petite and side sleepers but can also do well for average weight sleepers
  • CertiPUR-US®, Oeko-Tex®, GreenGuard Gold certified
Cons
  • Probably not for heavyweight sleepers
  • Weak edge support
  • Not sold on Amazon (which is weird because the original T&N mattress is being sold there)

Like a lot of other companies here, Tuft & Needle is known for their top-notch but affordable mattresses. They’re also BBB accredited and have an A+ rating from the bureau, so we trust them, their services, and their products.

Having said that, the Tuft & Needle Mint mattress uses the brand’s own T&N Adaptive foam®. The material has the pressure relieving properties of memory foam but, somewhat like latex, it’s also breathable and springs back into shape faster. It also isolates movement well. 

The mattress also comes with a supportive transition layer and a dense base layer. So, we think it does a great job not just of cradling high pressure spots (e.g. your hips and shoulders) but also making sure your spine gets the support it needs from a mattress. 

In terms of feel, we think the Tuft & Needle Mint is on the softer end of medium-firm, so it’s generally great for side and petite sleepers. However, we do think it can also accommodate back and stomach sleepers just as long as they don’t weigh beyond the average. Sadly, this mattress might be too soft and unsupportive if you have a larger frame. The softness of the mattress also gives it a weak edge support, so keep that in mind as well. 

Other features of the Tuft & Needle Mint Mattress:

  • 100-night trial period
  • 10-year warranty
  • Free shipping and returns
  • CertiPUR-US®, Oeko-Tex®, GreenGuard Gold certified
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Pros
  • Incredibly affordable for a hybrid of this caliber
  • Sleeps noticeably cooler than most mattresses
  • Solid edge support and effective motion isolation (great for couples)
  • Rare mix or pressure relief, support, and responsiveness
  • Great for all types of sleepers
  • CertiPUR-US® certified
Cons
  • Not sold on Amazon. If you want to buy Allswell products, they’re on their website and on Walmart.

Allswell is known for their affordable but quality mattresses. As a matter of fact, all 3 of their Queen-sized mattresses — The Allswell, The Luxe, and this — cost less than 1000 dollars. With your budget, however, we recommend The Supreme. Out of all their mattresses, it’s the thickest, has the best edge support, and is the only one with a classy Eurotop. 

The Eurotop gives The Supreme that plush, sort of luxurious vibe. Underneath it is a layer of graphite, copper, and gel infused memory foam which helps keep temperatures down while cradling your body for pressure relief and limited motion transfer. Along with its superior edge support, we think this mattress is great for couples. 

Allswell’s The Supreme also comes with Energex foam and pocketed coils. These materials add supportiveness, responsiveness, motion isolation, and even more airflow. 

Speaking of airflow, what strikes us most about this mattress is that it sleeps noticeably cooler than most others. Allswell also advertises this mattress to be 4.5 to 6.5 on their firmness scale, which rounds out to medium or medium firm. However, we think The Supreme is actually firmer than that. So, all in all, it looks like it can be a suitable mattress for pretty much anybody. 

Other features of the Allswell (The Supreme):

  • 100-night trial period
  • 10-year warranty
  • Free shipping and returns
  • CertiPUR-US® certified
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Pros
  • Multiple firmness options (great for every sleeper type and weight class)
  • The Eurotop helps relieve pressure
  • Adjustable latex layer
  • Responsive and breathable
  • Good at isolating movement
  • Solid edge support for an all-foam mattress
  • Lengthy trial period
  • CertiPUR-US® and OEKO-TEX certified
Cons
  • Not for anyone who’s looking for the traditional feeling of memory foam

DreamFoam, although not BBB accredited, is another mattress brand we trust and highly recommend. With that said, the Willow (previously known as Ultimate Dreams Eurotop Latex Mattress) is well inside your budget and we think it’s one of the best ones you can get for under 1000 bucks. 

It comes in 3 firmness options — soft, medium, and firm — so there’s an option here for virtually all types of sleepers and weight classes. It also has 3 different foam layers which are the Eurotop, Talalay latex, and a high density convoluted foam for the base. 

The Eurotop gives it the pressure relieving, plush feel that you’d want in a luxurious mattress. The Eurotop also has a zipper to access the latex layer which you can then replace if the mattress you ordered doesn’t quite suit your tastes. If it’s too soft or too firm, tell DreamFoam about it and they’d be happy to send you another latex layer that’s more to your liking. If you have the right firmness, your mattress should feel supportive. 

Also, since it’s a latex mattress, the DreamFoam Bedding Willow is responsive. It also sleeps cooler than traditional memory foam since latex and the convoluted base significantly promotes airflow better. It isolates movement fairly well, too, and the edge support seems pretty good for an all-foam mattress. However, this mattress won’t give you the hugging feeling of memory foam, so if that’s what you’re looking for, this isn’t it. 

Other features of the DreamFoam Bedding Willow:

  • 120-night trial period
  • 10-year warranty
  • Free shipping and returns
  • CertiPUR-US® and OEKO-TEX certified
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Pros
  • Thick (11 inches)
  • Zoned support (Triangulex™ foam)
  • Pressure relieving and supportive
  • More responsive than traditional memory foam mattresses
  • Great motion isolation and temperature regulation
  • Great for all sleeping positions
  • Great for petite and average-sized sleepers
  • CertiPUR-US® certified
Cons
  • New brand so there aren’t a lot of customer reviews yet
  • Might not be the best mattress for larger sleepers
  • Weak edge support

Among all the companies on this list, Zoma is by far the newest one to emerge. As a matter of fact, it’s only been around since 2019. Nevertheless, the mattress has already cracked our list as one of the best mattresses under 1000. 

As you might have already guessed, the Zoma Sports Mattress is designed for athletes but it’s a great mattress regardless if you play sports or not. It’s a thick 11-inch all-foam mattress with 3 different layers: Triangulex™ foam, Reactive™ foam, and a high density polyfoam for its base. 

Triangulex is basically memory foam with a zoned support design, making the area under your head, neck, shoulders, and legs softer for pressure relief and the area under your torso firmer for support. The Reactiv foam makes the mattress more responsive so you don’t get that sinking feeling you get with traditional memory foam. The result is a mattress that comfortably sleeps all types of sleeping positions, regardless if it’s back, stomach, side, or a combination. 

To us, the Zoma Sports Mattress also does a great job of isolating movement. Temperature regulation seems fine, too, thanks to the breathable fabric used in its cover. 

It has a medium feel to it, however, so it’s a softer mattress. Consequently, this might not be the best choice for heavyweights. If you’re petite or average, however, this mattress should work great. Also, the edge support on this mattress is weak so you might feel like the mattress is rolling you off of it when you sleep on the perimeter. 

Other features of the Zoma Sports Mattress:

  • 100-night trial period
  • 10-year warranty
  • Free shipping and returns
  • CertiPUR-US® certified
Pros
  • BBB accredited business (A+ rating)
  • More responsive and breathable than traditional memory foam mattresses
  • Pressure relieving and supportive, especially to people who have average weight
  • CertiPUR-US® certified
Cons
  • Weak edge support
  • Off-gassing might be an issue

Leesa is a BBB accredited business with an A+ rating and we, as well as a good majority of their customers, trust them. So, don’t be surprised to see Leesa mattresses in a lot of our reviews. 

Now, about the Leesa Original Mattress… It’s a 10-inch all-foam mattress with 3 different layers: their own LSA-200™ foam, memory foam, and high density polyfoam. 

The fact that the LSA-200, an airier and more responsive type of foam, sits on top of their memory foam layer means that you get less of the heat and sinking feeling typically associated with traditional memory foam beds. However, the exceptional pressure relief and motion isolation are still there. It’s a simple design, really, but one that we think works for any sleeping position. 

However, it might not be the best for couples as the edge support seems weak. Also, you might want to air the mattress out a bit because we’ve read a bunch of customer reviews complaining about the mattress’ off-gassing. 

We think the Leesa Original Mattress feels like a proper medium-firm mattress. So, it should be great for nearly everyone but sleepers who weigh right around average might feel the best balance of support and pressure relief. 

Other features of the Leesa Original Mattress:

  • 100-night trial period
  • 10-year warranty
  • Free shipping and returns
  • CertiPUR-US® certified

Things to consider for choosing mattresses under 1000

Now that we’ve shown you what we think are the best mattresses under 1000, it’s time you find what’s best for YOU. But, before you actually buy any of these mattresses, or any mattress for that matter, there are things you need to think about first — your weight, your sleeper type, and if you sleep alone or with a partner. Let’s start with weight. 

How much do you weigh?

It doesn’t matter if it’s from muscle, fat, or just bone structure. Your weight determines how much pressure you put on your mattress and in turn, becomes a factor in how firm you need your mattress to be. 

If you weigh below the average…

Then you’ll be putting less pressure on your mattress. On firmer mattresses, you might feel like you’re sleeping on concrete. As such, we recommend you try out ones that are softer. Mattresses that are on the softer end of medium-firm perhaps, or maybe even medium. This way, you’re more likely to get a good balance of pressure relief and support. 

The best mattress under 1000 for petite sleepers: Layla Memory Foam Mattress

If you weigh more than the average…

It’s basically the opposite. You weigh more, so you put more pressure on your mattress. On softer mattresses (like the ones your lighter counterparts would enjoy), you’d have little to no support, so you’ll likely be compromising the health of your spine. We suggest you try out firmer mattresses instead. Maybe one that’s on the firmer end of medium-firm, or a proper firm mattress. 

The best mattress under 1000 for larger sleepers: Helix Sleep Mattresses

If you’re average weight, a medium-firm mattress should generally be fine but it might be better if you rely more on your sleeper type. This brings us to the next thing you should consider.

What’s your sleeper type?

Or in other words, what’s your preferred sleeping position? There’s 3 main ones:

  • Side sleepers
  • Back sleepers, and
  • Stomach sleepers

Each type has its pros, cons, and preferences which is why it’s important that you think about this before buying your mattress. 

For side sleepers:

There’ll be a lot of pressure put on your hips and shoulders. On a firm mattress, these parts won’t get the relief that they need for you to get a good night’s sleep. Therefore, we propose softer mattresses instead. A medium mattress or one that’s on the softer end of medium-firm should be a good place to start. 

The best mattress under 1000 for side sleepers: Layla Memory Foam Mattress

For back sleepers:

What you might want is a mattress that conforms to the shape of your body but one that doesn’t let your hips sag. This way, your back gets enough support and remains in neutral position. For this to happen, you’re going to need a firmer mattress but not too firm that you don’t get pressure relief. A mattress that’s on the firmer side of medium-firm should do just fine. 

The best mattress under 1000 for back sleepers: Bear Mattress

For stomach sleepers:

Well, you might want to reconsider how you sleep. Stomach sleeping notoriously considered as the worst sleeping position among the 3 types because it puts you at most risk for compromising your spinal health. 

But, if you really had to sleep on your stomach, a firmer mattress might give you the best chance of keeping your spine as neutral as possible. Perhaps try a mattress that’s on the firmer end of medium-firm. 

The best mattress under 1000 for stomach sleepers: Bear Mattress

Do you sleep alone or with a partner?

If you sleep alone, you’re welcome to skip this part. But, if you sleep beside someone (or a pet, maybe?), the features you need to consider are motion isolation and edge support

Your mattress needs to isolate movement well so when your partner moves around, the movement stays on their side of the bed and they don’t unintentionally wake you up from your slumber. 

Solid edge support, on the other hand, lets you use every inch of your bed. This means you both won’t be forced to crowd the middle of the mattress because sleeping on the edge won’t make you feel like you’re being thrown off the bed. This is particularly important if you share a smaller mattress but it’s a great feature to have on larger beds as well. 

Mattress cleaning and maintenance

Regardless of budget, how you take care of your mattress plays a huge role in how long it lasts. This involves cleaning it, getting the right type of foundation and protector, and a bunch of other things that, honestly, aren’t that hard to do. 

To make things even easier for you, we have a guide on how to clean and maintain your mattress. When you’re sure you want to keep your new mattress, the guide should help keep it alive for years to come. 

Conclusion

We think the Layla Memory Foam Mattress is the best mattress under 1000 because, first of all, the company is amazing. Have problems with your mattress? Let them know and they’ll help you solve it. Second, it’s essentially 2 mattresses in 1. That’s crazy value for your money right there, not to mention the generous trial period and warranty. But, perhaps more important than anything, sleeping on it feels great.

Of course, you don’t have to agree with us. If the Layla Memory Foam Mattress just doesn’t feel right to you, there are plenty of other mattresses here to choose from. If you don’t like any of them, then we hope, at the very least, that what we wrote about things to consider when choosing a mattress helps you find what works for you. 

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