The Logan & Cove mattress is made by GoodMorning.com, a Canadian company that manufactures and sells its mattresses exclusively in Canada. In addition to the Logan & Cove, GoodMorning.com also sells the Juno value mattress, the Douglas all-foam mattress, the Brunswick hybrid mattress, the Recore latex mattress, the Novosbed premium memory foam mattress, and the Apollo copper hybrid mattress, as well as foundations and bedding accessories.
The Logan & Cove stands out for being one of few true pillow top mattresses available as a bed-in-a-box. It has a luxury feel, with silk padding and multiple layers of proprietary foams over a pocketed coil support core. The Logan & Cove mattress comes in two firmness options, which equate to a medium soft and medium firm on our comfort scale, or 4 and 6 out of 10.
Interested in learning more about the Logan & Cove mattress? If you live in Canada, keep reading. We’ll discuss mattress specs and sleeper ratings, including recommendations on which firmness is best suited to different sleeper types, to help you decide if this could be the right mattress for you.
The Logan & Cove is a hybrid pillow top mattress measuring 14 inches in total. Due to the extra height from the pillow top, the bed will need deep-pocket sheets.
The pillow top has a breathable Tencel cover. Tencel is a plant-based fabric that resists heat retention by wicking away moisture from the body. Inside the pillow top is a silk blend that helps keep microbes away and allows room for air circulation. The cover is spot-clean only.
The pillow top also contains 0.75 inch of cooling gel foam, 0.5 inch of contouring bio foam, 1 inch of cooling gel foam, and 1 inch of contouring bio foam. The cooling gel foams are designed to draw heat away from the sleeper.
The bio foams are soy-based, making them friendlier for the environment. They contour to provide cushioning pressure relief and a light, pillowy feel. The difference in firmness between the two mattresses is due to differing densities in the foams, particularly the top layer of bio foam. The medium soft model has zoning in the second layer of bio foam which provides targeted pressure relief.
Inside the main body of the mattress, there is a top layer made of 2 inches of bio foam. This provides a buffer before the support core, which is made of zoned pocketed coils with a coil count of 828 in a queen. The coils respond individually, forming a deep cradle that encourages proper spinal alignment, boosts lumbar support, and minimizes motion transfer compared with a traditional innerspring mattress. A foam encasement around the perimeter of the mattress ensures the edges are sturdy.
The Logan & Cove comes in two firmness options: Medium Plush and Luxury Firm. These translate to a medium soft and medium firm according to our ratings, or a 4 and a 6 out of 10 on the firmness scale. The medium soft version allows sleepers to sink in slightly for enhanced pressure relief, while the medium firm version has a buoyant feel that mostly keeps sleepers on top of the mattress.
Most sleepers prefer a firmness between 5 and 7 out of 10, and unsurprisingly, the Luxury Firm model is the most popular. However, the Medium Plush is a worthy option for side sleepers or people under 60 kilograms who want more pressure relief.
The Medium Plush and the Luxury Firm have the same makeup, with varying firmness levels within materials. Each mattress has a Tencel cover with a pillow top containing silk and 4 layers of polyfoam. The main mattress is made up of an additional layer of polyfoam over a pocketed coil support core with polyfoam encasing.
Silk (pillow top fill)
.75″ polyfoam (gel-infused)
.5″ polyfoam (bio-foam)
1″ polyfoam (gel-infused)
1″ polyfoam (bio-foam, zoned)
2″ polyfoam (bio-foam, zoned)
Pocketed coils with polyfoam encasing
The Logan & Cove has a price-point that is well below average considering its build and materials. Keeping in mind the price is in Canadian dollars, the mattress is closer to the price of an affordable bed-in-a-box mattress. Yet it’s a high-end pillow top with multiple features that are not usually found at this price-point, such as silk padding and zoned lumbar support.
There is no difference in price between the two firmness options. Logan & Cove keeps consistent pricing year-round instead of offering sales, although they sometimes offer deals on bundled accessories.
Please note that the following prices are in CAD.
|Twin||38" x 75"||14"||29.5kg.||$799|
|Twin XL||38" x 80"||14"||31kg.||$849|
|Full||53" x 75"||14"||38.5kg.||$899|
|Queen||60" x 80"||14"||43kg.||$999|
|King||76" x 80"||14"||52kg.||$1149|
|California King||72" x 84"||14"||51kg.||$1149|
The Logan & Cove is constructed with a thick comfort layer section that absorbs most motion transfer when sleeping with a partner. The pillow top provides a further buffer between the sleeper and the coil support core. The pocketed coils also respond individually to motion instead of moving as a unit as they would in a mattress with interconnected coils.
As hybrid mattresses go, both Logan & Cove models perform very well on motion isolation and are a good choice for people who tend to wake up from their partner’s movements.
Silk padding and multiple layers of pressure-relieving foams work to reduce pressure points when sleeping on the Logan & Cove. Targeted lumbar support also reduces pressure build-up in the lower back.
While both models score well in this category, each is better suited to certain sleeper types. Side sleepers and those who weigh less than 60 kilograms receive close conforming from the medium soft model, while stomach sleepers and those who weigh more than 104 kilograms receive a better balance of support and pressure relief from the medium firm model.
Some sleepers may find the Logan & Cove traps more heat than other hybrid mattresses as a result of its multiple foam layers. Closer conforming, which occurs with the medium soft model or as a result of heavier sleepers sinking further into the medium firm model, may cause even more heat to get trapped around the sleeper’s body.
The breathable Tencel cover, silk padding, and gel infusions mitigate heat retention to some extent, and the pocketed coils allow for some heat to escape through the support core. However, people who easily overheat in their sleep may prefer a latex mattress or a hybrid with a thinner comfort layer section.
A reinforced polyfoam encasement in the main mattress section gives the Logan & Cove better edge support than most pillow top models. While the pillow top layers compress somewhat around the edges, the polyfoam encasement below prevents excessive sagging.
Most sleepers should be able to sleep near and even sit on the edge of the bed without feeling unstable. This is an advantage for couples, as it allows each party to use their full half of the bed. People who weigh more than 104 kilograms may find that the medium firm model offers more resistance when sitting on the edge of the bed.
The Logan & Cove allows for average ease of movement, with most combination sleepers preferring the medium firm version. In both models, the pocketed coils in the support core provide some responsiveness that minimizes the feeling of being stuck in the bed.
The medium firm model keeps sleepers more on top of the mattress, which enables sleepers to switch positions more easily. In contrast, the medium soft model conforms closely and may feel restrictive to some combination sleepers.
The balanced feel of the Logan & Cove mattress gives it appeal for couples. Relatively strong edges allow full use of the bed, while the pocketed coils add bounce. With breathable components in the pillow top and support core, the mattress should hold out during sex without overheating too much. Lastly, the foam layers and pocketed coils minimize noise.
Some couples may prefer a bouncier surface, but the Logan & Cove should be suitable for the needs of most. Those who want a cooler surface or more resistance would do better to choose the medium firm model.
Some customers may notice a faint odor when the Logan & Cove mattress is first unboxed. Commonly called “off-gassing,” this happens with all foam mattresses as a result of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) being released into the air.
Off-gassing is usually considered harmless. If you are bothered by the smell, you can let the mattress air out overnight. The Logan & Cove incorporates some soy-based foams and has strong airflow through the coils, both of which may somewhat reduce the smell. Foams used are certified low in emissions by CertiPUR-US.
Above-average pressure relief in the medium soft Logan & Cove mattress provides a very comfortable sleep surface for side sleepers of all body types. The silk padding, zoned foam, and zoned coils cradle the hips and shoulders to prevent the sore spots that can sometimes occur in these areas when lying on your side. This contouring also helps promote healthy spinal alignment in sleepers under 104 kilograms.
Side sleepers between 60 and 104 kilograms also experience top-notch cushioning and support in the medium firm Logan & Cove mattress. However, this model is too firm for side sleepers under 60 kilograms, and offers good support for those over 104 kilograms.
Back sleepers receive the best spinal alignment from the medium firm Logan & Cove mattress. This firmness level supplies the best balance of support and pressure relief, especially in sleepers who weigh between 60 and 104 kilograms.
Both Logan & Cove models have enhanced lumbar support that helps keep the spine on an even plane, and sleepers who weigh less than 60 kilograms can sleep comfortably on either model. Unfortunately, the medium soft model fails to provide adequate support for heavier back sleepers. To prevent a sore back, we recommend these sleepers opt for the medium firm model.
The Logan & Cove’s medium firm and medium soft options both allow some sink, making them best-suited to stomach sleepers under 104 kilograms. These individuals should find that the medium firm mattress does the best job of preventing sagging under the midsection, where most people carry more weight. Stomach sleepers under 60 kilograms also receive sufficient support from the medium soft mattress.
Those who weigh more than 104 kilograms don’t receive enough support from either model. The Logan & Cove is too plush to support the midsection in these sleepers, and is likely to cause an exaggerated curve in the spine that can lead to back pain.
Logan & Cove – Medium Plush
|Under 60kg.||60-104 kg.||Above 104 kg.|
Logan & Cove – Luxury Firm
|Under 60kg.||60-104 kg.||Above 104 kg.|
The Logan & Cove mattress is only sold in Canada. It is available for purchase through the Logan & Cove website.
Most customers in Canada enjoy free shipping with FedEx, with an extra fee for some remote locations. Usually, mattresses are shipped out within 3 to 5 business days and take a further 1 to 5 business days to arrive at your home.
The bed is shrink-wrapped and compressed for shipping. To unbox the mattress, simply remove the plastic and let it expand on your bed frame.
White Glove delivery and old mattress removal are not offered with the Logan & Cove mattress.
Logan & Cove offers a 120-night sleep trial with a mandatory 30-night break-in period. Customers who return the mattress during this time frame receive a full refund with no extra fees. Logan & Cove advises customers to keep the plastic during the sleep trial so it can be reused if the mattress is returned. The company donates returned mattresses to charity, or arranges for them to be recycled where that is not possible.
The Logan & Cove mattress carries a 15-year non-prorated warranty from GoodMorning.com protecting against workmanship and material defects. Defective mattresses will be repaired or replaced free of charge at the company’s discretion, and replacement or repaired mattresses will have a warranty equal to the remainder of the original mattress’s warranty. To qualify for coverage, customers must unbox the mattress within 2 weeks of delivery.
The warranty covers measurement discrepancies of more than 1 inch, as well as permanent body indentations of at least 2 inches and physical flaws that cause splitting or cracking in the foam. The warranty covers damaged fabric or seams that are the result of faulty workmanship, but it does not extend to frayed threads, discoloration, pilling, pattern stretching, or other signs of wear and tear.
Folding, jumping, standing on the mattress, or storing it upright will void the warranty, as will machine washing, drying, bleaching, and dry cleaning any mattress components. The mattress must be used with an appropriate foundation as described in the mattress warranty. Mattresses that have been subjected to improper use or handling, damaged during a move, or exposed to a surface that allows moisture build-up do not qualify for the warranty.
Damage that results from abuse, misuse, or failure to properly care for the mattress, including burns, tears, stains, cuts, and other such damage, will void the warranty. The warranty does not cover normal increases in softness, allergies or other personal health issues, comfort preferences, problems that are due to the height of the mattress, bent border wires where these are caused by mishandling, mattress handles, or mattresses that have been used in commercial or institutional settings.
Customers should submit corresponding photos and measurements along with the warranty claim. Only original purchasers of a new mattress with the law tags still attached qualify for warranty coverage.