Mattress Finder

Discover the best mattress for you with our interactive Mattress Finder. It’s so easy you can almost do it in your sleep.

Sleep Position 1
Problems 2
Support 3
Size 4
Price 5
Finish

1. How do you sleep?

What type of "Sleeper" are you?

About Position

About Position

Different mattress types are better suited for supporting different sleeping positions. Choose your preferred position and we'll find a bed that suits you!

  • Side Sleeper

    Side Sleeper

    Side Sleeper

    When you sleep on your side, it’s essential to have a mattress that supports your rounded areas: your neck and your waist. Side sleepers pair well with plush mattresses, designed to provide contouring support so you feel comfort in all the right places.

  • Back Sleeper

    Back Sleeper

    Back Sleeper

    If you’re a back sleeper, you’re a rare breed. Although physically speaking back sleeping is the best position to sleep in, only about 14 percent of people do it. We’ll find you a mattress with support that continues to keep your spine in line.

  • Stomach Sleeper

    Stomach Sleeper

    Stomach Sleeper

    As a stomach sleeper, you’ll benefit from a firm mattress with the right amount of support to keep you comfy without sinking into the bed. Also consider using a very thin pillow or none at all to keep your neck aligned with your spine.

  • I Toss and Turn

    I Toss and Turn

    I Toss and Turn

    If you toss and turn, a plush or a contoured mattress will help keep movements that can wake you or your partner to a minimum.

  • No Idea, I am Sleeping

    No Idea, I am Sleeping

    No Idea, I am Sleeping

    Do you sleep so deeply you’re not really sure how you sleep in the middle of the night? Or do you wake up in the morning in strange positions like your head at the foot of the bed? That’s ok we can still find the mattress with the best support for you.

2. What's keeping you up at night?

Do you experience any problems sleeping?

Sleeping Situation

Sleeping Situation

Your sleeping situation is unique, your mattress should be too! Tell us your problems and we'll find the best bed to eliminate those issues!

  • Lower Back Pain

    Lower Back Pain

    Lower Back Pain

    If aches and pains leave you waking up grumpy, it's probably time to replace your mattress. A new mattress that highlights support and pressure relief will help put you back in action.

  • Arm/Shoulder Fall Asleep

    Arm/Shoulder Fall Asleep

    Arm/Shoulder Fall Asleep

    If your arm and shoulder fall asleep this could be an issue with your mattress.

  • Roll into Sleeping Partner

    Roll into Sleeping Partner

    Roll into Sleeping Partner

    If you wake up when your partner tosses or turns, try a mattress that reduces the sensation of motion, like a memory foam mattress or a mattress that features individually wrapped coils.

  • Sleep Hot or Cold

    Sleep Hot or Cold

    Sleep Hot or Cold

    Sleeping too hot or too cold is a sleep disturbance that can be avoided by the help of a ventilated mattress or one with a cool gel technology. You want to escale while you sleep, not cozy up.

  • No problems, I sleep fine

    No problems, I sleep fine

    No problems, I sleep fine

    It's great to be proactive! Mattresses are constructed to last eight years replacing your mattress can help ensure you don't run into aches and pains.

3. How do you want your mattress to feel?

Do you prefer a firm, medium, or soft feel?

About Comfort

About Comfort

Your Mattress is personal. Different mattresses provide better comfort depending on the feel that's best for you.

  • Firm Top With No Give

    Firm Top With No Give

    Firm Top With No Give

    Firm Top mattresses live up to their name providing straight forward support without fluff.

  • Medium Top With a Bit of Cushioning

    Medium Top With a Bit of Cushioning

    Medium Top With a Bit of Cushioning

    These mattresses conform to your body’s shape for comfort that makes you say, “Ahh”. You also get the benefit of deep-down support.

  • Soft Top that Envelopes Me

    Soft Top that Envelopes Me

    Soft Top that Envelopes Me

    If you want to feel like you’re sleeping on a cloud, relax on one of these soft mattresses. Best for smaller sleepers who may require less support.

4. How about size?

What mattress size are you looking for?

About Size

About Size

There's a mattress size for each situation. Whether it's for you, a child or a guest room, we have all the sizes to fit your needs!

  • TWIN
    39" x 75"

    TWIN - 39" x 75"

    TWIN
    39" x 75"

    A twin mattress is the smallest possible mattress size, other than a crib mattress. The perfect size for a small child or if your room space is limited.

  • TWIN XL
    39” x 80”

    TWIN XL - 39” x 80”

    TWIN XL
    39” x 80”

    Slightly larger then the standard twin mattress. This size is popular for young adults with a tight bedroom, especially college dormitories.

  • FULL
    54” x 75”

    FULL - 54” x 75”

    FULL
    54” x 75”

    Sometimes called a double mattress, the Full size is increasingly becoming more popular for children and teenagers. While this size isn’t quite big enough for two, it gives a single person a more comfortable place to rest.

  • QUEEN
    60” x 80”

    QUEEN - 60” x 80”

    QUEEN
    60” x 80”

    Today’s most popular mattress size for couples. The extra width and height makes all the difference in comfort when sleeping with a partner. It’s also great choice for single sleepers that really like to spread out in the middle of the night.

  • KING
    76" x 80"

    KING - 76" x 80"

    KING
    76" x 80"

    The king size mattress is the closest a couple can come to having as much personal space as possible. Or if children are frequent bedtime visitors the extra space will be greatly appreciated. Just make sure the room you want to put it in is large enough.

  • CAL KING
    72” x 84”

    CAL KING - 72” x 84”

    CAL KING
    72” x 84”

    There's a mattress size for each situation. Hover over each size to learn about how it might fit your needs.

5. How much would you like to spend?

What is your preferred budget range?

About Budgets

About Budgets

How much should a good mattress cost? In general, you get what you pay for, however it's important to choose a model that’s fits your comfort and lifestyle. We recommend the "eight days of pay for eight years" model: take one day's pay and multiply it by eight.

  • $100 to $300

    $100 to $300

    $100 to $300

    There is nothing wrong with shopping on a budget. We’ll help you find the best value for your $.

  • $300 to $600

    $300 to $600

    $300 to $600

    We’ll help you find the mattress that will comfort you the most without breaking the bank.

  • $600 to $1500

    $600 to $1500

    $600 to $1500

    Able to spend a bit more? We’ll make every $ count by searching our entire catalog for you.

  • Over $1500

    Over $1500

    Over $1500

    Top of the line mattresses with the most advanced technology woven into them are at your fingertips. Let us help you find the right one for you.

  • Not Sure

    Not Sure

    Not Sure

    Whether this is your first time buying or it's been a while since your last mattress, we’ll run through all price ranges to find the right mattress for you.