PlushBeds Reviews

Rating: 4.8 Reviewed by Edward

In this PlushBeds review, I will have a look at the mattresses of this firm that claims that they focus on organic and natural materials in their Latex mattresses.

They have 3 models in this Organic latex category and I will have a look at all three here.

Table of Contents (click ahead to jump ahead!)
1. Botanical Bliss
2. Luxury Bliss
3. Natural Bliss
4. What I like Sofar
5. Types of Latex in PlushBeds
6. Benefits of Latex matresses
7. Is PlushBeds a good mattress?
8. How to choose your PlusBeds mattress
9. Why PlushBeds
10. Pros and Cons of PlushBeds
11. Summary

What do The PlusBeds Latex mattress models have in common

All the models have a few things in common and other things are more specific to the model you are looking for. Here is what they have in common

  • Open-cell latex
  • GreenGuard certification
  • Handcrafted in California

Let’s have a better look a the different models and how they each have their own specifics to help you find your perfect organic latex mattress.

Botanical Bliss

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The Botanical bliss is made from 100% organic Arpico latex and has adjustable firmness layers and an organic wool barrier. The Botanical Bliss is built with several layers. From top to bottom they are:

  • Certified organic cotton cover
  • 10 pounds certified organic wool
  • Organic Dunlop layers

Luxury Bliss

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The luxury bliss is made from 100% organic Arpico latex and has fabric encased coils and an organic wool barrier. The layers that this one is built up by are:

  • Certified organic cover
  • Juma wool fire barrier
  • Fabric encased coils for spine support

Natural Bliss

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The natural bliss is made of only one sort of Latex. That is the Talalay latex and it also comes with a plant-based Eco fire barrier. From top to bottom the layers are:

  • Organic certified cover
  • Fire barrier made or plant fiber material
  • Talalay layer of Dunlop latex

What I like about the PlushBeds

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What I also like sofar is that after purchasing a PlushBeds mattress you have a 100-day trial and free return.

This in combination with a 25-year warranty makes it, although high in price, a very good deal in my opinion. Have you ever had a mattress that lasted 25 Years? I have not.

Here you can have a look at the comparison of the main features of these 3 Organic latex models they carry.

Compare all PlushBeds Organic Latex Matresses here!

Types of Latex in PlushBeds

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Let’s dig a little deeper into the used latex in these natural latex mattresses and see what they are and where they come from.

Arpico latex

This Latex is found in the Botanical Bliss and Luxury Bliss models

This latex comes from the Arpico rubber tree plantation in Biyagama Shri Lanka. They have about 5.5 million rubber trees on the plantation and are Gols certified by the CU. Control Union is the largest European organic regulator.

Here is a video of the Arpco Latex firm that shows how latex foam is made

Talalay Latex

This is found in the Natural Bliss models. (http://www.talalayglobal.com/)

This type of latex comes from the Hevea Brasileinsis tree and it is not just a different type of latex. The name comes actually from how the latex is processed.

After this, it is moved to Shelton, CT where it is processed. The Talalay latex is Oeko-Tex certified and according to their company website, this is the highest standard.

Benefits of Latex mattresses

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All latex mattresses have these benefits, but PlushBeds latex mattresses have the added benefit of being organic and thus contain no chemicals. Here are the main benefits of a latex mattress.

  • Reduce motion transfer

This means that you can turn over without disturbing your partner.

  • Temperature neutral

This means that you do not have hot and cold spots.

  • Firmness option

This option will help you find the firmness and model that will support the way you sleep the best.

Is PlushBeds a good mattress?

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Overall the PlushBeds is a high-quality mattress with many pros.

It is, however, not easy to answer this question if the PlushBeds is a good mattress for everyone because like anything else it depends on a few things.

In my reviews, I found that most people who sleep on their stomach do not like a latex mattress in general because of its firmness.

For all other types of sleeping like back or side sleepers, this is a great option.

How to choose your PlushBeds Mattress

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Depending on if you choose for a Botanical Bliss, Luxury bliss or Natural Bliss there are several options to choose from and you actually put together your custom made natural bed.

Options to choose from are:

Sizes: Twin, Full, Queen, King, Cal. King and many sizes in between

Firmness: Soft, medium and medium firm.

Thickness: 6, 8, 9, 10 and 12 inches.

I read on a forum that it is best to choose a thicker option if your weight is a little higher.

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Why opt for PlushBeds?

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Why would you opt for a Natural Latex bed from PlushBeds?

After reading a ton of review on their website, that I always take with a grain of salt, and many other sites and even on some forums I can only come to the conclusion that a PlushBeds is a complete natural bed that contains no chemical materials like other brands and types of mattresses.

We sleep or at least try to, 8 hours a day that is 1/3 of our life. Sleeping on a not natural mattress means that our skin also absorbs the chemicals in these mattresses.

Besides that point, it is very important to have a good night’s sleep to recover from the things we do in the day time. \

By sleeping on a good mattress and trying to make our bedroom free of any distractions like a TV or Phone we can give our bodies the necessary time to recover.

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Pros and Cons

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Although it is hard to judge a mattress since we all have a different opinion about soft or firm and how deep we sink in our bed I have to come to the final pros and cons of the PlushBeds mattresses.

Pros:

Support is very good in most positions although a stomach sleeper should opt for a little softer model.

Sleep temperature is a subject that many people think is very important and the PlushBeds sleep very cool in general.

The organic way the beds a built is a very important factor in my opinion. Organic materials and natural woods are both parts of their production.

Looking at the durability I can only answer that with that it comes with a 25-year warranty.

The price, compared to the quality is reasonable.

This is almost a must-have bed for people with allergies or that do like to stay away from harmful chemicals.

Cons:

When sleeping with a partner there might be a little motion transfer which means that your partner might be disturbed when you move a lot.

The firmness of a latex mattress means that you will not “sink” very deep in the mattresses compared to a memory foam mattress.

You need some time to get used to this type of mattress if you never had one before.

Summary

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Overall the PlushBeds mattresses are a good mattress with good comfort and support. Very nice for people who like to sleep “cool” with the built-in feature of the airflow that it comes with.

The price is a, according to some people, a little steep but I have a different opinion about that.

People buy an expensive car that they sometimes not even use every day, but for a mattress that they use 8 hours a day, and this is 1/3 of their lives, they are not willing to pay a little more.

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I spend a lot of time doing this PlushBeds reviews and tried to focus on the PlushBeds latex mattresses because they are in my opinion the best choice.

Feel free to add your opinion to my PlushBeds review and share it with the readers here.

Edward

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