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The Loom & Leaf mattress is offered in two firmness options: Relaxed Firm and Firm. These correspond to a medium firm and firm on our firmness scale.
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The Loom & Leaf is an all-foam mattress that comes in two firmness levels: Relaxed Firm and Firm. These equate to a 6 and a 8 on our comfort scale, or medium firm and firm, respectively.
The mattress is 12 inches tall. Both models feature the same layers: a quilted cover, memory foam comfort layers, and a polyfoam base. The only difference is a slightly firmer foam in one of the memory foam layers of the firm model.
The cover is 100% organic cotton with an antimicrobial coating, quilted with 5/8 inch of foam. Loom & Leaf uses a built-in natural thistle flame retardant to satisfy flammability requirements with minimal chemicals.
The comfort layer has 3 inches of memory foam split into two layers. The first layer is a memory foam with a density of 4 pounds per cubic foot (PCF). This foam is convoluted for greater airflow and has swirling gel infusions that are designed to minimize heat retention. Additional cooling gel with phase-change material is laminated onto the lumbar area to provide enhanced spinal support and cooling in the center third of the body.
The second foam has a density of 5 pounds per cubic foot (PCF), which is considered medium to high density. It has a fairly slow response to pressure and offers deep conforming and pressure relief. This foam is firmer in the Firm model.
A 2-inch high-density polyfoam layer helps ease the transition onto the support core. The Loom & Leaf has a 6” base made of high-density polyfoam. This maintains spinal alignment and provides a stable foundation for the mattress.
Loom & Leaf also sells an organic cotton mattress pad that customers can add on when ordering. In addition to helping protect the mattress, this provides a tiny bit more cushioning. Customers who have found the Loom & Leaf too firm say they have occasionally been sent a mattress topper to adjust the firmness, although this is not listed on the Loom & Leaf website.
The Loom & Leaf has 5 layers, including a quilted cover, 2 memory foam comfort layers, a transitional polyfoam layer, and a high-density polyfoam base. The polyfoams are eco-friendly and made of 30% soy and corn oils.
Organic cotton with .625″ foam quilted into cover
3″ of two combined memory foam layers, 5 PCF and 4 PCF, gel-infused
2” transition foam
The Loom & Leaf costs $1,799 in a queen size, which is on the high end for an all-foam mattress. The mattress is available in all the standard mattress sizes. Split king and split California king sizes can also be special ordered.
However, all Loom & Leaf mattresses are delivered with complimentary White Glove delivery. Optional old mattress removal is also available at no extra charge for customers who select this option at checkout. These services usually represent an extra fee between $100 and $150 with other mattress companies.
There is no difference in price between the two firmness levels. At checkout, customers can also choose to purchase an adjustable base, bed frame or foundation, a set of pillows, and/or a mattress pad.
|Twin||38" x 75"||12"||61 lbs.||$899|
|Twin XL||38" x 80"||12"||70 lbs.||$1,199|
|Full||54" x 75"||12"||79 lbs.||$1,699|
|Queen||60" x 80"||12"||93 lbs.||$1,799|
|King||76" x 80"||12"||116 lbs.||$2,099|
|California King||72" x 84"||12"||116 lbs.||$2,099|
|Split King||76" x 80" (2pcs.)||12"||116 lbs.||$2,398|
|Split California King||72" x 84" (2pcs.)||12”||116||$2,476|
Loom & Leaf – Medium Firm
With its medium firm feel, this model is best suited to side sleepers between 130 and 230 pounds. The laminated lumbar pad helps keep the spine supported while allowing the hips and shoulders to sink in, thereby reducing pressure on these sensitive areas.
Back sleepers require an even balance of support and pressure relief to keep the spine aligned. The Loom & Leaf medium firm model is a tad on the soft side, but should still provide sufficient support for most back sleepers regardless of body weight. That being said, it may be too soft for some sleepers over 230 pounds. The lumbar support fills in the space under the lower back to help reduce spinal misalignment.
Stomach sleepers require the firmest surface of all sleeping positions, to prevent the hips from sinking in and putting pressure on the neck. If you weigh less than 230 pounds, you should find the medium firm surface of the Loom & Leaf to be sufficiently firm. However, people who weigh more than 230 pounds are at risk of sinking uncomfortably far into this mattress.
|Under 130 lbs.||130-230 lbs.||Above 230 lbs.|
Loom & Leaf – Firm
The firm Loom & Leaf mattress does an excellent job of alleviating pressure points in side sleepers over 230 pounds. Even sleepers over 130 pounds will find that the dense memory foam contours well without sacrificing support. On the other hand, if you’re a side sleeper and you weigh less than 130 pounds, you likely won’t sink far enough into this mattress. This may lead to pressure points in the hips and shoulders.
This model rates very well with back sleepers of all body types, especially those who weigh at least 130 pounds. The memory foam is dense enough to maintain spinal alignment, yet it conforms to relieve pressure points. With the added support from the lumbar cooling gel, back sleepers should experience optimal support and pressure relief on the Loom & Leaf firm mattress.
The Loom & Leaf mattress offers a firm surface that adapts well to stomach sleepers across the board, particularly stomach sleepers over 130 pounds. This is great news for people who love the feel of memory foam but have had trouble finding a supportive enough all-foam mattress.
|Under 130 lbs.||130-230 lbs.||Above 230 lbs.|
The Loom & Leaf mattress can be bought on their website. It’s also available at certain Macy’s stores. Mattresses purchased at Macy’s are eligible for the same sleep trial as mattresses purchased through Loom & Leaf.
Loom & Leaf currently ships to the contiguous U.S. and parts of Canada. The company does not ship directly to Alaska or Hawaii, but may be able to coordinate with a third party for transport.
Loom & Leaf mattresses usually arrive within 7 to 15 business days. Delivery times are slightly longer in Canada, though White Glove delivery is still free. Expedited shipping is only available when another order has been canceled and Saatva is able to send the already-made mattress to a new customer.
Since the mattress is not compressed for shipping, Loom & Leaf ships all mattresses with complimentary White Glove delivery. The delivery company will set up the mattress in the room of your choice. Old mattress removal is also available at no extra charge for customers who select this option at checkout.
The delivery company will get in touch a day before delivery to schedule a 4-hour delivery window. An adult 18 years or older must be home at the time of delivery to accept the package.
In the event the driver is running late, customers can choose whether to cancel the order or reschedule for another day at no additional cost. If the customer is running late or not home during the delivery window, the merchandise will be sent back and the customer can choose whether to reschedule delivery subject to a fee, or cancel the order for a full refund minus $99 for the transportation.
If the bed is delivered damaged, customers can refuse delivery and receive a full refund, or choose to have a new mattress delivered as soon as possible for no extra fee. In the latter case, customers may accept the mattress while they wait for a new one, as long as they have indicated the damage on the driver’s delivery ticket. Likewise, if the company sends the wrong size mattress, customers may keep it while they wait for the new delivery.
Mattresses that do not fit into the specified room will be returned to the facility and customers will receive a full refund minus delivery fee.
There is no cancellation fee prior to the delivery day.
Loom & Leaf offers free White Glove delivery and old mattress removal with every mattress – just tick the old mattress removal box at checkout for this option.
Loom & Leaf offers a 180-night sleep trial starting on the date of delivery, with no mandatory break-in period. Customers who elect to return or exchange the mattress will receive a full refund minus a $99 transportation fee.
Saatva backs its Loom & Leaf mattress with a 15-year warranty against defects in workmanship and materials, including body impressions deeper than 3/4 inch.
Loom & Leaf will replace defective mattresses with a brand-new mattress at no extra cost during the first 2 years. Thereafter the company will repair and re-cover defective mattresses at no cost to the customer apart from a $99 transportation fee each way.
Customers can choose the Fairness Replacement Option instead if they wish. Under these terms, customers with a defective mattress can keep the defective mattress and receive a new mattress at a discounted price. This price shall be 30% of the original purchase price in years 3 to 5, 50% of the original purchase price in years 6 to 10, and 75% of the original purchase price in years 7 to 15. New mattresses will be delivered and set up for free.
The mattress is designed for use on a solid foundation, adjustable base, or platform bed. Metal frames must be supported by 5 or 6 legs on a queen or king size, with vertical center support, in order to be eligible for the warranty.
The warranty applies only to the original purchaser and shall be void if the bed is burned, abused, or otherwise damaged. Warranty claims should be submitted in writing to The Saatva Company.
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