Bed in a Box

About Our Bed in a Box Mattresses

Most mattress in a box options are made from a combination of memory foam and layers of comfort foam. This combination delivers cozy, self-contouring support that is long-lasting and resistant to body impressions. Hybrid Bed in a Box mattresses also include innersprings, which provide strong support for the best of both worlds. The premium materials that compose these mattresses mean that you can buy a Bed in a Box without compromising on quality and they set up easily. You’ll get the peaceful sleep you expect without the hassle of leaving your home.

Our Bed in a Box Mattress Options

Your sleep needs are unique, and there’s a Bed in a Box mattress to meet those needs. We currently have several Bed in a Box mattress options, including mattresses from Nectar, Casper, DreamCloud, and SleepInc. Each mattress is delivered to your doorstep, compressed in a box that is easy to unpack on your own. There’s no simpler way to enjoy better sleep sooner. When considering a Bed in a Box mattress, remember that the foundation is sold separately. Since all of our Bed in a Box mattresses can be paired with an adjustable bed base, this is a fantastic way to create the ideal bed for the ultimate sleep of your dreams.

What Else You Should Know About Our Bed in a Box Mattresses

While Casper often gets credit for inventing the Bed in a Box mattress, the concept was actually invented by a machinist from Tennessee. In 2007, years before Casper, Leesa, or Tuft & Needle launched, Bill Bradley built a machine that could compress and roll foam mattresses to a size small enough to fit in a shipping box. Years later, we have many great options for this type of mattress, including the up-and-coming DreamCloud mattresses. We’re proud to be a part of the growing movement where people can have the exact mattress they want, delivered right to their doorstep, hassle-free in a box! Additionally, Nectar is considered to be among the very best Bed in a Box mattress brands in the world today.

Learn More About Bed In A Box

Unlike traditional mattresses, which are sold and delivered in “ready to sleep” form, a Bed in a Box is exactly what it sounds like. It is a mattress made of a type of foam, compressed, and rolled up so it can be conveniently shipped in a box.

No, a box spring is not required. You can place your mattress directly atop the platform bed itself. This will give your mattress the proper support, preserve its lifespan, and lower the profile height.

A Bed in a Box's lifespan is very similar to a traditional mattress. You can expect seven, eight, or even more years from your new Bed in a Box mattress!

We carry DreamCloud, Casper, Sealy, Nautica, SleepInc, Nectar, and Renue Bed in a Box options here at City Mattress. All are wonderful options that we stand behind! The best choice for you is a matter of your preferred comfort level, materials, and budget.

First, lay the box on the floor. Then, remove the mattress from the box. Next, unroll the mattress, and place it on a foundation or directly on the bed. Remove the inner bag and position your mattress. Make any final adjustments, and you're all finished. It doesn’t get any easier!

We don't recommend putting your mattress directly on the floor. Purchase your favorite platform bed and headboard, then place your Bed in a Box mattress directly on it. An adjustable bed base is also an excellent foundation option, since you get customized sleep at a touch of a button.

You'll want to open the mattress as soon as it arrives to keep its structural integrity intact. Some manufacturers will recommend that you don't exceed one week, while others will go as far as to say that you can keep it in its box for up to two months.

Always follow the care label for specific cleaning directions. However, generally speaking, most mattress covers can be machine-washed in warm water and tumbled on low to dry.

Just like a traditional mattress, you can get your bed in a box mattress in several sizes. You can get a Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, King, or California King. The dimensions for each will be identical to a traditional mattress of the same size.