Choose Morpilot for your Best Rest
Every Morpilot mattress is designed for comfort and support, but each has unique benefits to suit your individual sleep style and preferences. Finding the right mattress will depend on a few key factors: proper support and personal preference. However, your budget, your room size, your ideal mattress size, and even, your sleeping position may also dictate the type of mattress you will purchase. For a good night’s sleep, whether you prefer a firm or soft mattress, foam or hybrid, there’s a quality Morpilot mattress waiting for you.
What is the Best Mattress For You?
Buying a new mattress is not a one-size-fits-all situation, so it’s essential to evaluate your individual needs. If you have a history of back pain or sleep problems, you may want a free trial period to help you make sure you’re comfortable with your new mattress.Sleepers with aches and pains might look to the unmatched support of the Hybrid, while those who are looking to upgrade to a higher quality mattress at a cozy price could consider the Memory foam mattress.
What Are the Components of a Hybrid Mattress?
Let’s take a look under the covers at the components of these hybrid beds and what makes them unique:
Pillow top: Available on a small number of hybrids, the 1-to-2-inch pillow top is sewn on top of the comfort layer to provide additional cushioning.
Comfort layer: This is the layer that you rest on, made of cushioned components like memory foam, latex, and cool-inducing gel. This is typically 3 to 4 inches of body-hugging material.
Support core: The support core forms the bulk of the mattress height at 7 to 8 inches. Pocket-wrapped coils and springs provide spinal support.
Base layer: Usually made of foam, this 1-inch layer at the base provides padding, sturdiness, and stability.
Compared to their all-foam counterparts, hybrid mattresses provide superior longevity, breathability, and responsiveness. Keep reading to learn about our award-winning hybrid mattresses so you can figure out your perfect match.
A hybrid mattress is a multi-layer bed that combines memory foam, latex, or gel along with an innerspring system. Sleepers can experience both the pressure relief of the foam layers and the sturdy feel of a classic spring mattress. Talk about the perfect blend!
And since we know that not every body part needs the same type of support, we also created a transition layer with three targeted zones of Zoned Support™ for cushion where you need it most, like your hips, waist, and lower back. Finally, our resilient base layer of springs is designed with a firm border that’s built to provide the support you need.
Here are some major factors you will want to consider when choosing a mattress.
Your Room Size
The amount of space available to you should be considered. A larger mattress will take up more space, so plan accordingly and ensure there is plenty of space in your bedroom for your mattress.