When me and my husband moved into our new home three years ago, the bedroom was the first room we needed to get completed. Now, I have never really explained the full story on the blog but we basically moved in only two weeks before we were due to be married. And to say that the house needed work was an understatement. Everything needed ripping out, new plumbing, electrics etc and we only had two weeks to gut, prep, design and buy everything for the bedroom. I choose purple & pink wallpaper and a faux brown leather bed with the most uncomfortable mattress. I don’t know why or what was going through my head at the time but I can only assume that the wedding process had made me a little disoriented. Needless to say, the husband went along with the pink and purple décor scheme to please me, but in truth neither of us loved the room or the bed and it was not a place we felt relaxed in before a nights sleep.
Safe to say, the master bedroom was the first room on the list to be redecorated. This time I really did my research into what style I wanted to achieve and created mood boards on Photoshop, considered products – I wrote an awesome post on how to create interior mood boards here. And it wasn’t just aesthetics I needed to consider, comfort was also key. I suffer from a rare immune neurological nerve condition which can cause severe pain down one side of my neck and shoulder. This coupled with an injury I obtained on my coccyx after falling down a flight of stairs has meant that finding anything that relieves pain is essential.
Up until now, I definitely didn’t feel like my existing mattress helped my nerve and coccyx condition nor for just having a comfortable nights sleep. So when our tufted bed arrived recently, I started to sleep on the new King sized Leesa Mattress. Its has simply changed the way I sleep. I have been having the most relaxed and enjoyable night sleeps with hardly any nerve pain as the Leesa mattress gently moulds to the shape of my body and sleeping positions. My husband has also really benefited from the cooling function of the mattress and has noticed a real difference, including how he doesn’t wake up throughout the night like he used to.
What makes Leesa different is the top layer of Avena foam. It’s a responsive material that allows airﬂow through the mattress for a cooler nights sleep, and provides enough bounce for freedom of movement. The unique combination of three foam layers (5cm Avena Foam, 5cm Memory Foam and 15cm Support Foam) adapts to the body of each individual, providing optimum support and comfort. The mattresses are all made entirely in the UK, being manufactured in Glossop, Derbyshire. The mattress arrives vacuum packed, rolled and then packed into a box with conveniently placed handles for ease. I managed to unpackage a king size mattress by myself and voila- an hour or so later, the mattress had expanded to its full size.
Leesa also runs a One–Ten programme which donates one mattress for every ten sold, and to date have donated over 17,000 mattresses worldwide (as of Oct 2017). Their One Earth programme also sees the company plant a tree for every mattress sold to help offset the carbon footprint. The Leesa Mattress has Which? Best Buy status, has been awarded Good Housekeeping Institute approval and has nearly fourteen thousand positive reviews on their website.
Leesa have kindly offered an £80 discount to all of my readers for any Leesa mattress purchased via this link– Well, because everyone deserves a comfortable and luxurious mattress.
Leesa even guarantees that if you’re not sleeping better on a Leesa mattress within 100 nights, they provide you with a full refund as well as recycling or donating your mattress to a charitable organisation.
I really couldn’t recommend the Leesa mattress enough. Its extremely comfortable, made with quality materials from a company that care about their eco footprint as much as enabling everyone to have a good nights sleep.
Leesa Sleep Ltd gifted me a King size mattress, and as such have sponsored this post in return for an honest review.