DreamCloud sells an array of sleep products, including bases, pillows, bedding, and more. However, the company sells just one mattress: the DreamCloud Mattress. This hybrid model uses memory foam, polyfoam, and pocketed coils. While the DreamCloud Mattress is a luxury model with quality materials, it comes in at a lower price than most luxury hybrids.
The DreamCloud has a medium firm feel, rating around 6 on the 10-point firmness scale. This is within the range most sleepers tend to prefer, but it is on the firmer end of that range.
Measuring 14 inches thick, the DreamCloud is a high-profile model, so it may require sheets with deeper pockets than average. Individuals who struggle to get into or out of a low bed may benefit from this extra thickness. Because of its height, the DreamCloud also has a thicker comfort system and support layer, giving it a strong blend of contouring and support.
We’ll discuss the DreamCloud Mattress’s construction, sizing, pricing, performance, policies, and more to help you decide if the bed is right for you.
The DreamCloud is a hybrid model, combining memory foam, conventional foam, and springs.
A cover with polyfoam quilted into it cushions the surface of the mattress. This layer uses a cashmere blend cover that gives the topper a softer feel while allowing airflow. Next, a layer of gel-infused memory foam is engineered to relieve pressure points while not trapping a ton of body heat.
Polyfoam is used in the transition layer to give deeper contouring while preventing the sleeper from sinking in against the coil core. The coil core uses individually-wrapped springs. Each coil can move on its own to curb motion transfer between springs. This layer has excellent airflow so that heat can dissipate. A final base layer of conventional foam supports the coil system.
The DreamCloud’s multi-layer construction uses several different materials, including memory foam, conventional foam, and coils.
Polyfoam Quilted Into Cover
Gel-Infused Memory Foam
The DreamCloud is a luxury hybrid that comes in at a lower price point than most competing models. This makes it a good value for customers looking for a mattress with high-end materials and construction without a high price point. The DreamCloud is available in all six standard sizes.
|Twin||39" x 75"||14"||45 lbs.||$799|
|Twin XL||39" x 80"||14"||67 lbs.||$899|
|Full||54" x 75"||14"||86 lbs.||$999|
|Queen||60" x 80"||14"||99 lbs.||$1099|
|King||76" x 80"||14"||123 lbs.||$1299|
|California King||72" x 84"||14"||123 lbs.||$1299|
The DreamCloud’s quilted cover and multiple layers of memory foam absorb a reasonable amount of motion, preventing its spread across the sleep surface. This could help reduce sleep disturbances when one partner changes position or gets up during the night.
While the two memory foam layers help isolate motion, the coil layer has a bouncier feel, which could contribute to some motion transfer. The coils are pocketed to help reduce the spread of this motion, but they won’t be able to absorb all of it. This degree of motion isolation is similar to most other hybrid models.
The DreamCloud’s medium firm feel and layers of memory foam give it a balance of contouring and support.
Pressure is relieved by the two memory foam layers shaping to the sleeper’s body and spreading out their body weight. This can reduce aches and pains near a sleeper’s hips and shoulders.
While memory foam is often associated with a close hug, the DreamCloud has a slightly firmer feel than many models. This relieves pressure while creating a floating sensation more akin to sleeping “on” the bed than “in” the bed.
This pressure relief puts the DreamCloud Mattress on par with most hybrid models, which tend to perform well in this category.
The DreamCloud offers strong temperature regulation that may help those who tend to sleep hot maintain a more comfortable temperature.
The DreamCloud’s cover uses cashmere, which can wick away excessive heat to keep the sleeper cool and comfortable. Cashmere’s thermoregulating properties also extend to winter, when it can help keep the sleeper warmer.
A layer of gel-infused memory foam helps cool the surface of the mattress. Additionally, air can flow through the mattress’s coil core so that heat can disperse.
The DreamCloud’s edge is not reinforced as much as some hybrid models, but it’s still supportive enough to allow most individuals to use the full surface of the mattress.
The thick coil layer and medium firm setting give the perimeter of the DreamCloud Mattress a sturdy feel. A double‑row rim of higher gauge coils further reinforces the edge. When sleeping near the edge of the bed, most individuals are unlikely to experience significant sinkage. This may make them more comfortable using the full mattress surface without the fear they may roll off. Similarly, the perimeter is secure enough to allow most individuals to sit comfortably on the edge, which may make it easier to get into and out of bed.
While the DreamCloud’s edge is likely to feel stable enough to most sleepers, some individuals may find it less supportive. This is particularly true for people who weigh over 230 pounds.
Most sleepers should find it easy to change position on or move across the surface of the DreamCloud Mattress. This ease of movement is similar to many hybrid models since they use a combination of materials that tend to balance contouring and bounce.
The DreamCloud achieves this balance with a foam comfort system and a coil core. Memory foam has a reputation for hugging closely to the sleeper’s body and responding slowly to changes in pressure, so some mattresses that use memory foam are more difficult to move across. However, the DreamCloud has a medium firm feel, so the comfort system contours without as much hug. This makes it easier to move on the DreamCloud Mattress than many models with thick memory foam comfort systems.
The coil layer also provides bounce and support, adding to the ease of movement.
Many couples find bounce beneficial for sex, and the DreamCloud’s substantial coil layer gives it plenty of bounce. This may make the DreamCloud better for sex than some hybrid models on the market.
The DreamCloud’s memory foam comfort layers conform closely enough to the body to provide some traction, but they do not have enough hug to limit movement significantly. The DreamCloud is also relatively quiet, permitting a more discreet sexual experience.
Like most new mattresses, the DreamCloud Mattress may emit an initial odor when first unboxed.
Synthetic foams are particularly prone to off-gassing odors due to volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from the manufacturing process. When a mattress ships compressed, the VOCs don’t have a chance to dissipate until the mattress is unpacked. These odors are generally not considered harmful.
Off-gassing odors usually dissipate relatively quickly if the mattress is left in a well-ventilated space. Sleepers can air out their new mattress before using it to reduce these smells. This process usually takes between a few hours and a few days.
Two factors that can greatly impact how a mattress performs are sleeping position and body weight. The DreamCloud has a versatile feel that works for a wide variety of sleepers, making it suitable for couples with different body sizes and ways of sleeping.
The DreamCloud’s memory foam comfort layers can provide light contouring and good support for most side sleepers.
The DreamCloud’s medium firm feel has less give than many mattresses with memory foam comfort layers. This means that a side sleeper’s hips and shoulders won’t sink in as deeply as they would on most softer models. Side sleepers should still experience some cradling and pressure relief but with a more supportive feel.
Side sleepers over 130 pounds are likely to experience a good balance between contouring and support, particularly if they enjoy a somewhat firmer feel. Side sleepers under 130 pounds may not sink in deeply enough to enjoy as much cradling and pressure relief.
The DreamCloud’s medium firm feel and thick coil core will not allow most back sleepers to sink in too deply. This can provide the even support back sleepers need for proper spinal alignment.
Back sleepers of all body types are likely to experience enough support to keep their spines well aligned with minimal sagging or sinkage.
The DreamCloud’s stable support can prevent a stomach sleeper’s midsection from sinking in too deeply, helping sleepers across all weight groups maintain better spinal alignment.
The DreamCloud’s memory foam comfort layers contour to the sleeper, but the medium firm feel provides significant pushback around the midsection. This gives the mattress a more supportive feel than typical models with memory foam comfort layers, promoting proper spinal alignment.
Stomach sleepers of all sizes are likely to find the DreamCloud Mattress sufficiently supportive to reduce spinal strain from excessive sinkage.
|Under 130 lbs.||130-230 lbs.||Above 230 lbs.|
Reading reviews by DreamCloud customers can help you weigh the potential pros and cons of the mattress. Comfort is subjective, so individuals may report very different sleep experiences on the same mattress. However, some common trends emerge in the customer reviews.
Most DreamCloud owners praise the mattress. Those who are most enthusiastic often note that the mattress sleeps cool and helps relieve their aches and pains.
Owners who were less satisfied with their DreamCloud Mattress frequently say the mattress did not expand to the full 15-inch thickness. Others report issues with sagging in the middle of the mattress. Some customers also note that the mattress felt too soft or too firm to them.
The DreamCloud Mattress is sold through the DreamCloud website and Amazon. Orders through the DreamCloud website ship within the United States.
The DreamCloud Mattress ships free within the contiguous United States. Shipments to Alaska and Hawaii will incur a $150 shipping charge.
Mattresses usually ship within two to three business days. They are rolled, vacuum-sealed, and shipped in a box via FedEx. With standard delivery, the buyer is responsible for moving the mattress to the room of their choice, unpacking it, and setting it up.
DreamCloud offers White Glove Service for an additional $149 fee. This includes new mattress setup and the option of old mattress removal. In most states, an additional $20 mattress removal fee will also apply for this service.
The DreamCloud Mattress has a 365-night trial. This trial period begins 30 days after the mattress is delivered to give sleepers time to adjust to their new mattress. If the customer chooses to return their mattress during the trial period, they can receive a full refund of the purchase price. DreamCloud will work with the customer to arrange for the mattress to be donated or disposed of.
The DreamCloud Mattress comes with a lifetime warranty. The original owner of the mattress is eligible for this warranty if they purchase their mattress through an authorized seller. Covered defects include indentations greater than 1.5 inches, physical flaws that lead to foam degradation or splitting, and manufacturing defects in the cover. To be eligible for this warranty, the mattress must be used with a proper foundation and free of abuse, misuse, and neglect.
For the first 10 years of the warranty period, DreamCloud offers to replace mattresses it determines to have a covered defect. After 10 years, DreamCloud may elect to repair or replace the mattress. The customer will be responsible for transportation fees, which will be waived if DreamCloud confirms there is a qualifying defect.
Additional terms and conditions apply.