Better Sleep, Better Life

Nothing beats a great night’s sleep! No matter what type of sleeper you are, we can help you get your best rest. We’ve created this guide to ensure that you (and the ones you love) wake up on the right side of the bed every day.

For the Serious Sleeper

Quality sleep is serious business. The right pillow and mattress pad combination is essential for quality sleep that leaves you and your loved ones feeling well-rested and ache-free.

Expert Tip: Proper posture matters, especially during sleep. It’s about finding the right combination of firming mattress pad and supportive pillow to help you wake up refreshed to conquer the day.

For the Hot and Cold Couple

Our temperature–regulating basics can help you achieve your ideal sleeping temperature. You sleep hot and your partner sleeps cool? We have a solution for that, which means less squabbling and more snuggling!

Expert Tip: New studies show that when one member of a couple struggles with sleep, their relationship suffers increased romantic conflicts. Temperature-regulating technology allows both people to sleep in the temperature that’s just right for them.

For the Snuggly Sleeper

Sleep like a baby! Look for plush fleece, high-quality Supima® cotton and fluffy down to make your bed as comfortable as possible.

Expert Tip: Your sheets and blankets are crucial to making your bed feel cozy and inviting. To get your best rest, choose bedding that’s super soft to the touch and breathable—then snuggle in!

For the Comfort Connoisseur

If you do the math, you spend 1/3 of your life sleeping—so why not spend it in luxury? Fine threads are softer and smoother, guaranteed to please even the most discerning sleepers.

Expert Tip: Finer-thread fabrics are more tightly woven and stronger—allowing for greater air-flow through the weave, providing better breathability and a more comfortable sleep.

For the Always Chilly Sleeper

Too cold to snooze? Just layer breathable fabrics like flannel and wool—they retain heat without making you sweat, keeping you warm and comfy all night.

Expert Tip: It’s normal to feel colder at night because your body temperature drops while you sleep. Try a cup of warm tea to increase your core temperature—and create layers of bedding to insulate your body