Mattress shopping is overwhelming. There are so many choices in retail stores and online, and every person has different preferences for how they like to sleep. We set out to find all mattresses made in the U.S.A. to help ease that decision-making process. Let’s dive in.
Full List of Mattress Brands Made in the USA
Saatva has roots all across the US, with factory operations in 12 states and fulfillment centers in even more. Their innerspring are mattresses are sold at multiple firmness levels to appeal to a variety of different sleepers. The cover is made of 100% organic cotton. They do the small things too to help your sleeping experience, like a small extra strip of memory foam around the lumbar region to help with additional pressure relief. Coils inside the mattress are individually wrapped, which helps isolate motion on the bed so you don’t disturb your partner. The medium firmness of their base model is comfortable for a wide variety of sleepers, whether you like to sleep on your back or side. The Saatva also has edge support, which makes sense given its innerspring construction. Read more in our full Saatva breakdown.
The Bear Mattress is specifically designed for people with an active lifestyle. It’s made with unique materials that are designed to help with blood flow and muscle recovery, like the use of Celliant in its cover. Celliant is often found in sporting apparel and helps with muscle recovery by turning body heat into infrared light, which improves blood flow helping with oxygen circulation and keeping you cool throughout the night. If you sleep hot, this mattress is intended to help reduce those fitful nights of tossing and turning. Just below the cover is a 1.5″ thick graphite-infused memory foam layer, which is a material that isn’t used very often in other mattress companies, but helps with pressure relief and temperature control. The Bear Mattress aims to distribute weight for a variety of sleeper types, but in particular, this bed is to help back sleepers who need a bit firmer mattress with good support. Check out our full Bear mattress investigation for more.
Nolah mattresses are designed for side sleepers. They offer a softer mattress that helps you relieve pressure on your shoulders and hips. That support and pressure relief also help with spinal alignment, so if you’re a side sleeper with back pain, Nolah is designed to help relieve that back pain. It is an all-foam bed, which has a reputation for sleeping hot, but Nolah has an AirFoam layer and cooling Tencel cover to help minimize this.
Brooklyn Bedding is passionate about being made in the USA – they own their own factory, which allows them to have full control over mattress quality for their bed-in-a-box product. They offer mattresses for combination sleepers (folks who switch from their back to side, to stomach throughout the night). They also offer hybrid mattresses, which means it has both foam and innerspring coils that make up the support system. If you sleep on your back or stomach a lot, their mattresses are intended to provide support so your hips aren’t sinking into the mattress too far (which can get your spine out of alignment).
Tuft & Needle is another up-and-coming mattress company founded in the last few years (2012). They are based in Phoenix, Arizona. They source their mattress fabrics from mills in the Carolinas, assemble mattresses in California, and also pour all their foam right here in the USA. The Tuft & Needle mattress is known for being a memory foam mattress that are on the firmer side. The cover is made with a Polyester/Tactel blend, which is super stretchy and thin, helping air flow freely through the mattress and keep you cool at night.
The construction of this bed is a little different than the similar Casper memory foam mattress – it has no transition foam layer between the top comfort level and base layer, which results in a firmer feel. The Tuft & Needle mattress has gone through motion transfer tests, which means there isn’t a ton of disturbance across the mattress when your partner gets up in the middle of the night. They also offer edge support so you can comfortably sleep at the end of the mattress without worrying about falling off. Read more in our full Tuft & Needle breakdown.
Amerisleep makes and sells five different mattresses designed to fit different types of sleepers. Do you sleep mostly on your back or stomach? Then take a look at the Amerisleep AS1 or the Amerisleep AS2. Are you predominantly a side sleeper? The soft and contouring AS4 or the bouncy AS5 is aimed at you.
All of their mattresses start with a Celliant® cover. Celliant® is an FDA-determined textile technology that helps increase local blood flow, leading to you falling asleep faster and staying asleep longer. After the advanced cover, Amerisleep puts three inches of its pressure-relieving plant-based memory foam which is more responsive and cooler than traditional memory foam. Beneath that layer, you’ll find zoned back-support that has been clinically shown to reduce pressure points by almost 50%.
Layla is on a mission to help people get a better night’s sleep so that they can feel more themselves the next day. Layla only offers two types of mattresses, but they’re supposed to be suited for anyone.
Their mattresses are also flippable, with two different firmness levels on each side, meaning you can simply flip your mattress depending on your current needs. Layla’s mattresses also feature copper gel infusion which is designed to keep your mattress cool and more supported. Copper is also anti-microbial, which aims to protect against odor or condensation whilst you sleep. You can trial Layla for 120 nights and also get a lifetime warranty with all products.
Designed with top sleep doctors, including the Associate Medical Director of the Well Cornell Center for Sleep Medicine, Molecule’s aim is to create a mattress to give you the coolest night of sleep yet.
Their products respond to your body temperature and help regulate it. They sell three types of mattresses, the Molecule 1, Molecule 2 AIRTECH, and Molecule Hybrid so that you can find a mattress designed for your sleep needs.
The hybrid model features both foam and coils for ultimate support and has an extra plush quilted top. Whilst the AIRTEC has a Microban antimicrobial cooling cover and BioCHARGE foam to increase metabolic activity. The cooling technology of their mattresses is particularly appealing to athletes and Molecule is endorsed by the most decorated athlete of all time, Olympian swimmer Michael Phelps, NFL Quarterback, Russel Wilson, and global soccer champion, Alex Morgan. Molecule offers a 365-night trial and a limited lifetime warranty. Read more in our Molecule mattress sourcing breakdown.
Established in 2008, PlushBeds is dedicated to creating sustainable, eco-friendly mattresses that contain no chemicals, ensuring its customers get the healthiest night’s sleep possible. They have a certified organic factory in California and control their supply chain from start to finish so that they can guarantee their mattresses are made from certified organic and natural materials.
With less than 1% of mattresses matching their purity certifications, PlushBeds features all of its many industry-standard certifications on its website, proving its commitment to sustainability. Their beds are made from pure 100% organic latex for a pure non-toxic sleep. They offer a 100-night trial and a limited lifetime warranty.
Launched in 2015 with facilities across the US, this New York City-headquartered mattress provider is on a mission to ensure there’s a mattress for everyone, regardless of how they sleep or their body shape.
Fill in Helix’s quiz to find a mattress designed to suit your needs. They also offer the Birch by Helix range which is manufactured using entirely organic and sustainable products, so you can sleep a little easier, know that you’re not harming the planet too.
Helix’s mattresses are 100% US-made, even the steel for their frames is American-sourced. They offer a 100-night sleep trial to ensure the mattress you pick is right for you, and have a 10-15 year warranty with their products too.
Ghostbed is known for its cooling mattresses, designed to regulate your temperature whilst you sleep but also offer more mattresses in its range, including the GhostBed Classic, GhostBed Flex, GhostBed Luxe (best for cooling), GhostBed 3D Matric, GhostBed RV, and the Venus Williams Legend, designed by global tennis athlete, Venus Williams.
Ghostbed’s mattresses are made with gel memory, foam support, and non-allergenic aerated latex for a more breathable night’s sleep. Their mattresses are manufactured in both the USA and Canada and come with a 101-night sleep trial and 20-year warranty.
Aslan offers a limited range of mattresses, but that’s only because each is designed to fulfill your needs, no matter what kind of sleeper you are. They offer the Aslan Arbor Mattress (firm and very firm), Aslan Original Mattress (medium firm), and Aslan Deluxe (medium plush). You can also fill in a survey and get a recommendation from Matt, the owner, himself who is an expert in all things mattresses.
Aslan mattresses feature phase change memory foam, active support foam, and beaded gel, all designed to provide pressure relief, comfort, and a cool bed. Regardless of preferred sleeping position, body type, or body aches, all Aslan mattresses are designed to help you. These mattresses are 100% made in the USA and offer a 365-night trial and infinite warranty.
Alongside their “Original” mattress which features memory foam and a top layer of breathable form for a night of cooler sleep, Leesa also sells hybrid mattresses. These mattresses combine layers of foam with layers of spring coils, providing both bounciness and airflow with the spinal alignment and pressure relief that comes with memory foam.
Leesa is also a certified B-Corp for all the work they’ve done donating mattresses to those living in poverty. They also offer a 100-night free trial and a 10-year limited warranty.
All of Nest’s mattresses are named after birds, part of their dedication for you to ‘build your your own nest’ with their products. Handcrafted in the USA, all mattresses are made to order and constructed using sustainable designs and materials.
Nest sells a wide range of mattresses with different firmness options and ones that suit different sleep styles better. They aim to provide a mattress for anybody. Their website makes it easy to cipher through to find a mattress to suit you with their helpful icons so you can see at a glance which mattress suits which sleeping position and what particular benefit that mattress offers. You’ll also get a 365-night trial and a limited lifetime warranty with your mattress purchase.
Puffy sells three types of mattresses, the ‘Puffy Mattress’, ‘Puffy Lux Mattress’, and ‘Puffy Roayal Mattress’. The Puffy Mattress is all memory foam, whilst the other two are a hybrid (combining memory foam and coils). In order, each mattress increases its profile by 2 inches (therefore ranging from 10-inch to 14-inches), and increases its layers with each mattress too.
Each mattress comes with free pillows, a protector, and a sheet set. They also offer a 101-night sleep trial and a lifetime warranty.
Purple has developed its own system for creating a better night’s sleep. They’ve invented a ‘GelFlex Grid’, a mattress made up of injection-molded hyper-elastic squares that are designed to adapt as you move.
They hold over 30 patents for this cushioning technology and it’s been used in hospital beds for critical patients for over 20 years. The geometric technology is designed to be soft, supportive, and breathable. You can trial out a Purple bed for 100 nights and they also all come with a 10-year warranty.
Tempur-Pedic was founded in 1992 and used cushioning designed by NASA to support astronauts during space travel. This technology was then engineered by scientists for mattresses to provide ultimate protection, softness, and cooling capabilities.
All of their mattresses are designed to adapt to your body’s weight, temperature, and shape, however, they also sell three types of mattresses depending on your needs. The Cloud, Adapt, and Breeze either offers cooling features, comfort, or support. With Tempur-Pedic beds you get a 90-night trial and a 10-year warranty.
Winkbeds sell mattresses that are used in luxury hotels across America – their website displays which hotels these are and what they look like. Winkbeds are 100% made in the USA using American-sourced materials.
Winkbed sells three types of mattresses: The WinkBed, The GravityLux, and The EcoCloud. The WinkBed is a hybrid model, combining gel-infused foam with individually wrapped pocketed coils that offer more pressure relief and back support. The GravityLux is a memory foam bed, made using non-Visco AirCell memory foam, which contours to your body better, and the EcoCloud is an eco-friendly hybrid mattress made from 100% all-natural latex. You can also choose a range of firmness levels for any of these mattresses.
With Winkbeds products, you’ll get a 120-night trial and a full lifetime warranty.
Factors To Consider
First and foremost, your mattress has to be comfortable. Look for mattresses that are made with soft materials that appeal to your sleeping type. A good mattress should have a sizeable comfort layer (at least 1.5 inches) at the top of the mattress to separate the sleeper from the base foam layers or inner springs.
Look for mattresses that had a wide variety of firmness options that appeal to everyone from the super plush to the super firm sleepers. Side sleepers are going to want a soft mattress that they can sink into and relieve pressure on their shoulders and hips. Back sleepers need a medium-firm mattress to provide good support. And finally, stomach sleepers need a firm mattress to keep their spine from bowing out of alignment.
Especially for hot sleepers, your mattress has to be very breathable. This concerns everything from the top cover to the base layers of foam underneath. Celliant and cotton are two popular cover materials that breathe very well. Underneath, the proper foam has to be installed to help with proper airflow.
It’s one thing to select a certain firmness level, but proper support entails much more. Certain spots on the mattress require more support than others, which helps provide pressure relief at the right spots along your body. The good mattress manufacturers know these spots and add some extra foam support where needed. Edge support is also important for sleepers who need every inch of space on the mattress, and when you’re sitting at the edge of it in the mornings.
Some sleepers like more bounce than others. A lot of mattress manufacturers will call this “responsiveness”, meaning you can easily switch positions in the middle of the night. So, this factor is particularly important for combination sleepers.
Motion isolation is super important to make sure that when you get up in the middle of the night, you don’t wake your partner. Look for mattresses that have passed several consumer tests to make sure movement at certain points in the mattress doesn’t affect others.
As always, look for great mattresses for your money. Eliminate all mattresses where you feel like the quality of the product doesn’t live up to the price. Typically, mattresses with coils in them are going to be more expensive than all foam mattresses, so keep that in mind while shopping.
Mattresses Not Made in the USA
Here is a list of the mattresses that we could find that are not made in the USA. We’ll keep adding to this list over time.
- Allswell – used to be made in Arizona, now globally manufactured
- Avocado – wool from India and latex from Guatemala
- Awara – made in China
- Birch – wool sourced from New Zealand
- Brentwood Home – some materials sourced internationally, assembled in California
- Casper – only “designed and assembled in the USA.” Some layers come from other countries.
- Dreamcloud – made in China
- Endy – made in Canada
- Lucid – made in China
- Nectar – made in China
- Sleep Number – some global materials, although assembled in South Carolina and Utah