By: Jason Guanso

August 6, 2022

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6 Tempurpedic Alternatives (Reviews and Recommendations)

Tempur-Pedic makes quality mattresses. But they may not be the right bed for you. Maybe they’re too soft, too expensive, or maybe you’ve already tried a Tempur-Pedic and returned it because it just wasn’t supporting you the way you wanted.

Whatever the reason, the good news is that there are plenty of alternatives to choose from.

In this post, we look at 6 of our favorite Tempur-Pedic alternatives:

  1. Casper Nova Hybrid Mattress
  2. Brooklyn Bedding Sedona Hybrid
  3. Keetsa Tea Leaf Supreme
  4. Tuft and Needle Mind Mattress
  5. Layla Memory Foam Mattress
  6. Nolah Evolution Mattress

FYI: In this post, we include a little bit of everything — hybrid mattresses, non-memory foam beds, and even a dual-sided mattress.

The Best Tempur-Pedic Alternative — Casper Nova Hybrid

Overall, one of our favorite alternatives to Tempur-Pedic is the  Casper Nova Hybrid.

The Nova Hybrid is the premier mattress offered by Casper. The highly-rated bed is full of innovative features in plushness, breathability, and support. This is the best Tempur-Pedic alternative for maximum comfort and sleep.

*Note: All prices are for the mattresses only, not any foundations, frames, or additional pieces.

1. Casper Nova Hybrid Mattress

The Casper Nova Hybrid is the supreme alternative to Tempur-Pedic mattresses. As a hybrid mattress, it combines superb plushness with a solid base underneath. This ensures that you feel maximum softness without sacrificing support. But, Joseph, this isn’t the only hybrid mattress on the list. What makes this the best one?

The Nova Hybrid is quite a plush bed, in fact, it is Casper’s plushest bed available. The foam top layer is wrapped in knitted fabric, creating a softness like velvet. This top layer also utilizes Airscape technology to boost airflow and avoid overheating. Under this top layer, three more layers help provide spinal support, further breathability, and spring resiliency to ensure the bed lasts for years.

Being Casper’s premier mattress, the Nova Hybrid is not the most affordable option they have. However, buyers say the purchase is worth the money. The queen runs for $2,295 (+500 for advanced cooling Snow Technology, if desired) while the king bed is $2,895 (+500 for optional Snow Technology). If you were wondering about the dimensions, the Queen is 60″ W x 80″ L x 12″ H and 89 lbs while the King is 76″ W x 80″ L x 12″ H and 125 lbs. An even larger California King mattress is available, for those that love colossally-sized beds.

A 10-year protection plan can be added for an additional $239. Casper prides itself in being the top “to-your-door” mattress provider. They provide free shipping on all their beds to both the United States and Canada.

Casper has been an excellent alternative to Tempur-Pedic mattresses for almost ten years. Don’t take our word for it; most Casper customers say that this mattress helped improve their sleep and their emotional state. To add to this, Casper has won a list of awards for their outstanding mattress quality.

2. Brooklyn Bedding Sedona Hybrid

The Sedona Hybrid by Brooklyn Bedding is another fantastic, multi-layered hybrid mattress.

The Sedona is hand-crafted and described by Brooklyn Bedding as their most “luxurious mattress.” Like the Casper Nova, the Sedona provides maximum comfort via excellent softness, support, and cooling. This mattress doesn’t include springs in the support layer, but it instead uses a unique Ascension X coil system to improve stability and avoid sleep disturbance.

The Sedona Hybrid is one of the more affordable options on this list. The Queen size currently goes for $1,919.20 while the King costs $2,319.20. A Cali King is also available. Brooklyn Bedding offers a generous free 10-year warranty on the Sedona Hybrid as well as a 120-day free comfort trial.

Here are the basic dimensions of the bed: Queen 60″ W x 80″ L. King 76″ W x 80″ L. Brooklyn Bedding will ship the Sedona for free to 48 states.

3. Keetsa Tea Leaf Supreme

The Keetsa Tea Leaf Supreme is a coil-free mattress that is ultra-soft. Something unique about Keetsa is that they provide details on what kind of sleepers mesh well with their beds. For the Tea Leaf Supreme, they say it’s best for all kinds of sleepers: back, side, and stomach sleepers.

The Tea Leaf Supreme uses some of the same technology as mentioned in the previous two beds, but it also has some unique qualities. Fiberfill fibers under the Linen Blend cover help minimize moisture when sleeping, ensuring a dry, but plush experience.

The Queen Tea Leaf Supreme (60”W x 80”L x 12″H) is $1,690. The King (76”W x 80”L x 12″H) costs $2,090. Something to note, Keetsa also offers a California King size of the Tea Leaf Supreme for the same price as the King.

All Keetsa beds include a 12-year warranty. Keetsa ships their beds for free to 48 states (excluding Alaska and Hawaii).

4. Tuft and Needle Mint Mattress

Tuft and Needle states that the Mint is crafted with the intention of supporting and comforting two sleepers. Single people look elsewhere, just kidding.

The Mint was crafted to support two different kinds of sleepers without them disturbing one another. With three layers of Tuft and Needle’s original Adaptive Foam, this bed minimizes motion transfer whilst diverting heat with ceramic cooling gel beads. The Mint also intentionally includes firmer edges for those that prefer to sleep on these areas. This also helps for leaving the bed without disturbing a partner.

The Queen-size Mint costs a very affordable $956, while the King is $1,116. A CalKing is available also for $1,116. Tuft and Needle ships their beds for free to 48 states and charges a fee for shipping to Hawaii and Alaska. A free 10-year limited warranty is included which covers manufacturing and workmanship defects. This includes the deteriorating of foam, sagging, and body impressions deeper than ¾ of an inch.

The specs for the Mint are as follows: The Queen is 60″W X 80″L X 12″H while the King is 76″W X 80″L X 12″H. A 100-night free sleep trial is included with this bed.

5. Layla Memory Foam Mattress

The Layla Memory Foam is a special bed because it is essentially two beds in one. With both a soft and a firm side, you can flip to the kind of mattress you prefer. And, like all beds in this list, foam is used in the bed to ensure softness. But what makes this foam different is that it’s made from copper gel. Yes, Copper. This unique technology helps move heat away from your body and toward the bottom-side of the bed, ensuring a cool and deep sleeping experience.

At the time of writing, the Queen Layla Memory Foam is on sale for $949 (originally $1,099). The King bed costs $1,099 (normally $1,249). A CalKing is available for the same price as the King.

Something unique and generous about Layla is that they offer a lifetime warranty on their beds. This doesn’t cover second-hand owners, however, so don’t expect your younger brother to cash in on a brand new mattress if you give it to him. Proof of original ownership is required. Layla offers free shipping to the 48 contiguous states.

Here are the dimensions for the Layla Memory Foam. The Queen is 60″W x 80″L x 10.5″H while the King is 76″W x 80″L x 10.5″H. It’s a bit shorter than the other beds on this list. Layla offers a 120-night free trial for the Layla Memory Foam.

6. Nolah Evolution Mattress

The Nolah Evolution Mattress is the last bed on this list, but still a great option to consider. This is another Hybrid mattress, with Airfoam on the top layer and HDMax™ TriZone™ support coils below to maintain support. Three firmness options are available at checkout, making the Evolution a great bed for all kinds of sleepers; something to note though, the Evolution did win the Sleep Foundation award Best Mattress for Side Sleepers 2021.

At the time of writing, the Nolah Evolution is on a major sale. The Queen is going for $1,599 (normally $2,299) while the King is $1,799 (usually $2,499). A CaliKing is also available for the same price as the King. Nolah offers a gracious lifetime warranty for the Evolution.

The dimensions for the Queen Nolah Evolution Mattress are 60″W x 80″L x 15″H while the King dimensions are 76″W x 80″L x 15″H. It’s the tallest bed on this list. Nolah ships for free to the contiguous 48 states (per industry standard, as you’ve gathered from this article) and they ensure a 120-night free trial period for the Evolution Mattress.


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