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.
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!
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!
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!
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!