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how to find a mattress that’s right for you

how to find a mattress that’s right for you

We spend a third of our lives in the land of nod, so finding a mattress that is right for you and your needs is essential.

Follow our mattress guide to discover your perfect match.

mattress types

mattress types

Mattresses can be made from a variety of materials - from memory foam to latex. At eve, we have three memory foam mattresses and a pocket spring-foam hybrid (compare them here).

Memory foam mattresses are great for pressure-relief and evenly distribute bodyweight to keep your spine aligned. The foam also absorbs movement, so you won’t be disrupted by a partner who tosses and turns.

Pocket spring mattresses offer great support and are naturally very airy – so you won’t get too hot underneath the covers. The hybrid mattress is a sensible choice for those who can’t decide between spring or foam. It has full-size pocket springs to keep your body supported as you sleep – but a layer of our new type of memory foam for added comfy squishiness.

mattress firmness

mattress firmness

The first step in finding a new mattress is simply knowing what feels right for you and how you sleep. Whether you’re looking for a memory foam mattress to give you snug support or a firmer pocket spring mattress, we all have different needs to make us feel comfortable at night. You can try any eve mattress for 100 nights to see how it feels for you. And if you don’t like it, we’ll pick it up for free.

A medium-firm mattress is best for those who choose to sleep on their back, as this prevents your hips from sinking in and improves alignment. Front sleepers also benefit from medium-firm support. For those who sleep on their side, a mattress that relieves pressure on the shoulders and hips is a great fit for snoozing.

And, don’t forget, you can always try us instore if you’re struggling to size up your mattress. 

what's the best mattress size?

what's the best mattress size?

When deciding on the best mattress size for you, ask yourselves some questions: where will it sit? Who will use it? How will it look in your space? How does your bed frame measure up? Decide whether you want a space-saving guest bed or an indulgent king size for just you to sprawl across.

If you’re buying a mattress with a partner, figure out if a double will be enough or if you need the space that only a king size can give you. Think about how you both share a bed. If one of you starfishes and the other curls up in a ball, a larger size mattress might stop the bed-related arguments.