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The Brentwood Home Oceano mattress is a hybrid model that makes the most of innerspring layers with its coil-on-coil design. It has earned strong marks from customers as a result of its blend of features, reliable construction, and eco-friendly materials
Brentwood Home was established in 1987 and has an extended track record of developing home furnishings. In addition to the Oceano, the company offers four other mattress options.
While the Oceano is slightly more expensive than some of the company’s other models, it boasts a multi-faceted design that takes advantage of numerous materials to create a dependable, comfortable, and supportive bed. As an added perk, the Oceano comes with a full one-year sleep trial, giving customers ample time to see how well this mattress performs in their own bedroom.
Brentwood Home Oceano Mattress
|Sleeper Type||Under 130 lbs||130-230 lbs||Above 230 lbs|
Shoppers taking a close look at the Brentwood Home Oceano may find it valuable to take both their sleeping posture and their body weight into account when trying to decide if this mattress is a match with their needs.
Side Sleepers: The best mattresses for most side sleepers fall between medium soft (4) and medium firm (6) and provide moderate to deep contouring. The reason why mattresses with these characteristics work best for side sleepers is because of how their hips and shoulders can press sharply into a mattress. If the bed is quite firm, those areas will experience too much impact, but if the bed is super soft, those areas will plunge too deeply into the comfort layers. The medium soft feel of the Oceano suits most side sleepers, although some, especially those over 230 pounds, may find it to be a bit too soft. The dependable coil-on-coil build makes it an option for sleepers of any weight.
Back Sleepers: The preferred mattress feel for most back sleepers is medium (5) to firm (7) because they do not have the same exaggerated pressure points as side sleepers. That said, back sleepers need a mattress that can effectively support their lumbar spine. This area has a natural curve which needs light cushioning, but if a mattress is too soft, the midsection will sag into the mattress and draw the spine into an unhealthy misalignment. Thanks to its moderate contouring and medium soft feel, the Oceano meets the needs of back sleepers under 130 pounds, but may be too soft for those who weigh more.
Stomach Sleepers: Stomach sleepers typically excel with mattresses that range from medium firm (6) to firm (8) and have only modest conforming. The reason for this is twofold. First, from a comfort perspective, stomach sleepers want to avoid feeling stuck in or suffocated by a mattress. Second, they are prone to spinal misalignment on a softer bed because their abdomen can press too far down into the bed, putting strain on the lower back. Stomach sleepers under 130 pounds don’t sink as far into the comfort layers and thus are a solid fit for the medium soft Oceano mattress. Other stomach sleepers don’t do as well on the Oceano, and many will find they sink too far in on the bed’s softer surface.
The Brentwood Home Oceano mattress measures in at 14 inches tall and puts an array of different materials to use in order to create its overall feel. Because it employs innerspring coils in its support core and has a substantial comfort system, the Oceano is classified as a hybrid mattress.
The cover of the Oceano is made with Tencel, a type of fabric that is derived from the pulp of Eucalyptus trees. This material is well-regarded for its softness as well as its breathability.
In its hybrid design, the Oceano’s comfort system has five separate layers, and the support core has three. In the comfort system, the top layer is made with wool that has been certified organic by the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS), a rigorous program that reviews production processes. Beneath the wool is a fabric blend of polyester and silk. These two layers create a mixture of welcoming softness and natural temperature regulation.
The next layer of the comfort system is two inches of a type of gel-infused memory foam, known as BioFoam, that creates significant contouring and pressure relief. The gel cuts down on the buildup of heat in the foam, and with an above-average density, this layer holds up well over time. As an added bonus, the BioFoam is made with plant-based oils that replace many petrochemicals, decreasing the material’s carbon footprint.
Underneath the memory foam is 2.5 inches of micro-coils, an innerspring system that prevents sinking too deeply into the mattress and adds plenty of bounce. A one-inch layer of transition polyfoam sits beneath the micro-coils to add some stability.
The support core’s top layer features its largest component, an eight-inch pocketed coil system with the coils built into five zones to better suit the heavier parts of the body. These sturdy coils boost edge support and bounce while offering a reliable foundation for the comfort layers. The next part of the support core is one inch of dense polyfoam and a layer of organic cotton canvas that work in conjunction to serve as a shock-absorbing base.
With all of these layers working together, the Brentwood Home Oceano has a medium soft (4) feel that can be supportive and comfortable for a wide range of sleepers.
The Brentwood Home Oceano combines layers of foam, micro-coils, silk, and wool with a strong base of coils, wrapped in a tencel cover.
Organic wool – GOTS-certified
Poly-silk fiber blend
2 inches of gel-infused BioFoam memory foam
2.5 inches of micro-coils
1 inch of polyfoam
8 inches of pocketed coils – 5 zones
1 inch of polyfoam
Organic cotton canvas base
The Brentwood Home Oceano is priced in line with the general price range for multi-layer hybrids that have a coil-on-coil design. While it’s not the most affordable mattress on the market, its thoughtful design more than justifies its reasonable price tag.
Given their height and diversity of materials, hybrid mattresses of this type tend to cost more than more basic innerspring or all-foam beds. While the Oceano is priced comparably to many other hybrids but includes some higher-end materials not found in other models, this mattress is a solid value.
In addition to being available in the six standard mattress sizes, Brentwood Home offers the Oceano in a split king size. This size is made up of two twin XL mattresses. Because of the dual coil layers, the Oceano mattresses tend to be quite heavy and typically require 2-3 people to move and install.
Expanded details about sizing and pricing for each size is outlined below. Shoppers should keep in mind that these are sticker prices that are often reduced through promotions or coupons.
|Twin||39" x 75"||14"||80 lbs.||$995|
|Twin XL||39" x 80"||14"||90 lbs.||$1195|
|Full||54" x 75"||14"||115 lbs.||$1295|
|Queen||60" x 80"||14"||135 lbs.||$1495|
|King||76" x 80"||14"||170 lbs.||$1995|
|California King||72" x 84"||14"||170 lbs.||$1995|
|Split King||39" x 80" (2pcs.)||14"||175 lbs.||$2390|
The Oceano mattress is available for purchase directly from Brentwood Home on their website. The company offers shipping only to customers who are located within the contiguous 48 U.S. states.
The Oceano is also available on Amazon. Addresses that are eligible for shipping by Amazon may be different from those offered by Brentwood Home directly.
Brentwood Home provides free standard shipping in the contiguous U.S. This involves sending the mattress to your home with ground shipping that normally takes 1-2 weeks. The bed arrives compressed inside a large shipping box. For installation, the mattress just needs to be removed from the packaging and given time to decompress. It typically takes at least two people to move the box and set up the mattress.
If the Oceano is purchased from Amazon, the shipping timeline and cost may be different and can depend on where you live.
When buying directly from Brentwood Home, there is an option for White-Glove delivery that includes technicians coming to your home to set up the mattress. This delivery option costs $249. If technicians also haul away an old mattress, the total charge for White-Glove services is $275.
The Oceano comes with an extended sleep trial that lasts for a full year. During that 365-night trial, you can return the mattress for a full refund with no fees for restocking or return shipping. Brentwood Home coordinates mattress pickup if a return is requested. As part of the trial, you are required to keep the mattress for 30 nights as a try-out period before asking for a return.
When shopping with third-parties like Amazon, returns are subject to their policies rather than those of Brentwood Home. For Amazon, that generally means a 30-day return window, and all returns (or other service issues) must be managed with Amazon’s customer service representatives.
Regardless of where the Oceano is purchased, the original buyer receives coverage from a 25-year warranty offered by Brentwood Home. That warranty covers defects in materials and manufacturing. The warranty is prorated based on how long the customer has had the mattress. In the first ten years, Brentwood Home will repair or replace a defective mattress, and the customer only has to pay for shipping. Starting in year 11, the customer pays 50% of their original purchase price as a repair or replacement cost, and that percentage increases by 5% per year. In years 21-25, the customer must pay 95% of their original purchase price.
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