LDV Review: Loom & Leaf Ultra Luxury Memory Foam Mattress

Paloma Contreras Design Bed

We spend about a third of our lives in bed, so having a comfortable, beautiful bed is truly important. I have been traveling so much this summer that I am constantly missing sleeping in my own bed. Nothing ever truly compares does it? Back in 2012, a new company specializing in luxury, organic mattresses and sustainable green practices reached out about sending me one of their mattresses to try. You can read my review here, but in short, both Fabian and I loved it. Cut to this winter when we Fabian was experiencing a lot of back pain. We visited several orthopedic surgeons and a neurosurgeon. Thankfully, we found an amazing neurosurgeon who unlike the orthopedic surgeons advised against surgery and instead prescribed therapy and lots of exercise. Around this time, we were thinking it might be helpful to get a firmer mattress. We loved our Saatva Luxury Firm, but it was a bit plush for Fabian given his back issues.

Loom and Leaf Mattress La Dolce Vita

Thankfully, a couple of months ago, as if by serendipity, the Saatva team reached out to let me know they’d just launched a new product– Loom & Leaf, a collection of ultra luxury memory foam mattresses. If you’re familiar with Tempur-Pedic, that is the closest thing I would compare it to, except Loom & Leaf offers more luxury and technology at a fraction of the price. Considering the fact that we were already contemplating getting a firmer mattress, we decided to give it a whirl. Unlike their mainstream competitors’ products, Loom & Leaf uses medical-grade gel and organic cotton covers. They are also made in the U.S.A, use plant-based flame retardants, and offer a 15 year warranty. You can compare all of the specs here.

Loom and Leaf

After sleeping on our Loom & Leaf mattress for a couple of months, I can honestly say that Fabian and I both really love it. It is so much more comfortable than any other mattress I have ever slept on and with my recent travel, that has been a lot! If you’re in the market for a new mattress, I would highly urge you to consider Loom & Leaf. It may seem daunting to purchase a mattress over the internet, but I can sincerely say I’ve been getting the best sleep on this bed. The Loom & Leaf website is very informative, allowing you to compare their mattresses to those of competitors and they have a fabulous team who could certainly answer any questions you might have. Plus, they allow a 75 day, in-home trial with no restocking fee if you are not satisfied. That’s how confident they are that you will love this extraordinary product. Thank you, Loom & Leaf for our wonderful, new mattress. We are getting the best sleep!


{This post is sponsored by Loom & Leaf | All opinions are genuinely my own.}

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  1. I bought a Saatva mattress a couple years back after seeing your post, and it is so luxurious and comfy! My husband and I agree that no other mattress has ever compared. Thanks for the great recommendation!

  2. Jennifer, I am so glad to hear that! It is a little nerve-wracking to purchase a bed online without trying it in person first, but I wouldn’t give my endorsement if I didn’t truly love it. Plus, the in-home trial makes it a no-brainer. So happy that you’re enjoying your mattress!

  3. I was excited to read your review of the mattress and immediately went to the website as I am in the market for a new mattress. While the company hypes up their environmental commitments and the “organic” fabric cover the bottom line is that this particular bed emits VOC’s. They state it right on the website. I chatted with them online and they wrote that if you want a truly non toxic bed their’s is not the one. I am not wanting to spend my eight hours a night breathing toxicity. The bed might cure backache but then what of the other issues caused by sleeping on chemicals?

    1. Jessica, those chemicals you are so worried about will dissipate in a few days or so. The loom & leaf is great, then you have the kiss mattress by sleepez, and brooklyn bedding best mattress ever. The latter two use latex foam in the top layer, which will have fewer voc’s.

      Here’s something for you to think about. Your carpet, desk, furniture, draperies, ink glue and many other things in your house produce voc’s. Now what you want to ask yourself is what is the easiest way of removing them from your home? Here’s a book that everyone alive should own.

      How to Grow Fresh Air

      And watch this video by Kamal Mettle, which was a Ted Talk.


      If you add just the three plants I mention you will never have to worry about any toxic chemicals. The book I mentioned has other plants that remove specific chemicals from the air.

  4. Are you referring to the Loom & Leaf luxury firm or firm? We too have a Saatva luxury firm innerspring and want to change to Loom & Leaf but can’t decide. I think the L&L luxury firm may be too soft because its foam and we should go with the firmer model. Thank you!

  5. Thanks very much! We are leaning to the firm. I understand that the L&L luxury firm and the firm compare in the firmness of tempur-pedic’s cloud breeze and rhapsody breeze. we liked the rhapsody breeze so will go with the L&L firm. Can’t wait!

  6. hi, im looking to purchase a new mattress as my current one causes mid to low back pain. i had my eyes set on saatva innerspring but im now considering the loom and leaf memory foam. any advice on which will be better for me. thank you

  7. Thanks paloma for sharing such good post. It’s really hard to find proper info about mattresses. You really cleared up a lot of things for me. If you have a recommendation for pillows, I’d be willing to listen to that as well.