The Best Mattress You Didn’t Know You Need


When I was 15, I got my very first queen-sized bed. Having just started high school, this was a turning point… I had fiiiinally outgrown my teeny twin-sized daybed! Years and years later, this bed followed me to my first college apartment, then to my first post-grad house, then allllll the way across the country to Chicago, to my first and second apartments. And you know what? After 10 years, it was time for something new.

Tuft and Needle

I first heard about Tuft & Needle through friends who had purchased the mattress, and they couldn’t say enough good things! After some further research, I discovered the truth about regular mattress stores:

Mattress stores are greedy. Very greedy. I also learned that Tuft & Needle hails from my hometown of Phoenix, Arizona!

Tuft and Needle Mattress Review

T&N sent me a queen-sized mattress to try, and I absolutely adore it. It came on time, was incredibly easy to set up (took about 5 minutes, give or take), and I’ve been sleeping like a baby ever since!

Tuft and Needle Mattress Review

Tuft and Needle Mattress Review

The Tuft & Needle mattress is made from their self-invented “T&N Adaptive™ Foam,” and I can attest that it’s very comfortable. The mattress is also very cool–I don’t throw my covers off in the middle of the night like I normally do during the summer!

Tuft and Needle Review

Another awesome thing about the Tuft & Needle mattress is that it has a 100-night trial, and if you don’t like it, you don’t have to return it. That’s right–instead of shipping it back, you can donate it to a local charity, and get your money back.

Oh, and the price. A queen is only $600, which is SO cheap compared to going into a mattress store. Bye bye, middleman!


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This post was sponsored by Tuft & Needle, but all opinions are my own. Thanks for supporting brands that keep Love Always, Audrey running!