Bloom Mattress ReviewUpdated on December 10, 2019 While all product recommendations are chosen independently, we may receive compensation for purchases made through our site. Learn more about our affiliate program here.
The Bloom Mattress is a new company from Brooklyn Bedding, which has been around since 1995. That’s when founders John and Rob Merwin (called “the mattress whisperers”) started delivering mattresses in a refurbished Wonder Bread truck. By 2008, John was one of the first people to launch the bed-in-a-box concept. Ten years later, Brooklyn Bedding launched the Bloom mattress. Whereas Brooklyn offers several different types of mattresses, the Bloom comes in just two options: a 100% Talalay latex mattress or a hybrid.
Talalay Latex, an environmentally friendly and hypoallergenic material, has a buoyant quality that can relieve tension for a better night’s sleep. This material is found in both Bloom mattresses. Joma Wool, a natural fiber sourced from New Zealand, is also included in both options. You can choose from three different mattress firmness levels — soft, medium, or firm — to tailor your mattress to your needs and wants.
In-depth Bloom Mattress Review
Bloom Mattress Prices and Sizes
|Twin||39” x 75” x 10”||$1,599|
|Twin XL||39” x 80” x 10”||$1,649|
|Full||54” x 75” x 10”||$1,899|
|Queen||60” x 80” x 10”||$1,899|
|King||76” x 80” x 10”||$2,699|
|California King||72” x 84” x 10”||$2,699|
The Blook mattress has a medium-firm feel around a 6.5 on the firmness scale. It is not currently offered in any other firmness level.
The Bloom mattress can be purchased on Bloom’s website, on Brooklyn Bedding’s website, or on Amazon. Currently, Bloom only ships in the U.S. (Alaska and Hawaii included) and Canada. However, if you’re located somewhere else, you can still order the Bloom mattress using Freight Forwarding services.
Bloom’s all-latex mattress has three layers. The Euro top cover is made of organic cotton and Joma wool which can repel water liquid while absorbing water vapor. Thanks to the wool, this layer is breathable and moisture wicking. You can also remove and replace this layer as needed.
Next comes a three-inch top layer of Talalay latex. The latex is made from natural Talalay rubber and gives the mattress a buoyancy to help relieve tension. Finally, the six-inch Talalay latex core is a firm yet breathable foam. The Bloom is seven times more breathable than other latex beds and is also hypoallergenic.
Bloom ships to the U.S. and Canada (and other locations via Freight Forwarding). Shipping within the contiguous U.S. is free, but shipping fees to Alaska and Hawaii start at $125, while you’ll pay $250+ if in Canada. Shipping fees are not refundable.
The mattress comes in a box and is sealed with plastic wrap to keep it compressed. Bloom uses FedEx Ground to ship products, and once the order has been shipped, it will take 3-5 business days to get to you. Once your mattress arrives, the setup process is simple — just take the mattress out of the box and lay it on the bed frame. Unwrap the plastic cover and allow 24 hours for the mattress to completely decompress.
Bloom does not offer any additional special services at this time.
The Bloom mattress comes with a 120-night trial period. You’ll be required to try out your new Bloom mattress for at least 30 days so you’ll have time to get used to it. The trial period will begin when you receive your mattress and can be used once per calendar year. This trial period extends to most sleep accessories, too.
There is no return fee and Brooklyn Bedding promises to refund your money in full if you aren’t satisfied at the end of the period. It’s also possible to exchange only the comfort layer, getting a different firmness option instead of a full refund.
All Brooklyn Bedding mattresses, the Bloom included, come with a 10-year hassle-free warranty. This warranty covers any defects or body impressions that measure 1” or more. All accessories including sheets and pillows also come with warranties (one year for the sheets and three years for pillows).
Bloom Mattress Performance
The latex used in the Bloom is buoyant. Foam mattresses, however, are generally very motion isolating. So even though the latex foam is buoyant, it still slows the motion and helps the bed stay still if someone is getting on or off. Overall, the mattress has a fairly good compromise in this area, and it’s pretty likely that your partner won’t wake you up.
Beds that are shipped compressed in boxes often don’t have good edge support. However, the base of the Bloom mattress is very firm and is able to support a lot of weight. If you’re lying on the side of the Bloom mattress, the bed should have edge support that’s acceptable for most sleepers.
Memory foam is known to retain quite a bit of heat, but latex mattresses are naturally more breathable and cool — and the Bloom mattress is no exception. The Bloom is constructed with a mixture of synthetic and natural latex, so it has plenty of cooling components. The Euro top cover also helps in this area. It’s made with Joma wool, a moisture-wicking material that helps control temperature.
With the Bloom mattress, off-gassing will most likely be present for a few days since the mattress is made with natural materials. This is common among organic mattresses. However, within a day or two, the smell will evaporate and no longer be noticeable. A mattress protector and sheets will help speed the process along.
The second layer of the mattress is the six-inch Talalay Latex Core. It’s supportive and firm, providing a strong foundation for your body. This layer is thick and provides more than adequate support for your spine and body as you sleep. Overall, the Bloom mattress is a moderate firmness with good support. The “Medium” option is just a little firmer than the “Soft,” while the “Firm” jumps higher up the scale to give you the extra support you might need if you are a heavier weight sleeper.
Latex mattresses tend to conform closely to your body. The Bloom mattress conforms, but not excessively so. The latex used in the construction helps the mattress contour to your body just the right amount.
Latex is a very durable material, so the Bloom should last you for quite a while. The Bloom has a 10-year warranty but you can most likely expect it to last even longer.
The Bloom is somewhat bouncy, which is a feature that can be nice for sex. The edge support is strong and won’t collapse and the Bloom is also very durable. It should withstand both sleeping and sex for several years. The latex also means it will not be not noisy.
Latex mattresses such as the Bloom are quiet and responsive. If you purchase the Bloom, you can expect it to be quiet as you move on and off of the mattress.
How Do Customers Rate the Bloom?
The Bloom is a new mattress, so there are not many reviews currently online. We will update this review as more information becomes available.
|BloomMattress.com||5/5 (2 reviews)|
|Amazon||4/5 (1 review)|
What Type of Sleeper is Suited to a Bloom Mattress?
Side Sleepers: The Bloom mattress is a good choice for side sleepers. The buoyant Talalay latex is comfortable and supportive for the hips and shoulders. The “Soft” option may be a good idea for side sleepers as you’ll be able to sink in a little deeper, bringing heightened comfort and a better night’s sleep.
Back Sleepers: Latex mattresses are always a good choice for back sleepers. If you sleep on your back on a latex mattress, you’ll feel the foam mold around your back and shoulders. The only issue is that the Bloom may not be quite as firm as a back sleeper might prefer. Try buying the “Firm” model if you want to make sure you have a little extra support, especially if you are a heavier weight sleeper.
Stomach Sleepers: The foam used in the Bloom mattress is perfect for stomach sleepers. It supports your entire body without letting your hips sink in. Stomach sleepers should consider choosing the “Firm” model to ensure level support across your entire body.
Combination Sleepers: Finally, if you’re a combination sleeper (which means you switch positions throughout the night), the Bloom is ideal for you — the natural bounce of the Talalay latex will help you toss and turn until you’re comfortable enough to fall asleep.
|Under 130 lbs||130-230 lbs||Above 230 lbs|
|Back Sleepers||Good||Very Good||Good|
The Bloom mattress, created by a family-owned company, is made of natural materials and is a great choice if you’re looking for a hypoallergenic mattress. Customers appreciate that the mattress comes in three firmness levels so you can choose what’s best for you. Since the latex used in the construction is very durable, you’re getting a good value for your money, and the mattress has a 10-year warranty.
Order the Bloom mattress from virtually anywhere in the world and enjoy the easy setup process. The Bloom has several top notch qualities, such as its breathability, the solid edge support, and the fact that it’s not noisy. It falls a little short in the motion isolation and support categories (at least for back sleepers) but is especially ideal for combination sleepers because of the natural bounce in the Talalay latex. Finally, there have been many positive reports about the customer service and the overall experience customers have had at Brooklyn Bedding.
Brooklyn Bedding, Bloom’s parent company, has a responsive and friendly team of customer service representatives. Previous customers have reported that even if there is no real problem, Brooklyn Bedding employees are still happy to chat and answer questions about their mattresses.
Brooklyn Bedding is known for its craftsmanship and for having several choices of high-quality mattresses. Customers also appreciate that Brooklyn Bedding is a family-owned company.
Brooklyn Bedding has an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau.
Years in Business
The company launched in 1995.
Brooklyn Bedding’s primary store is located in Phoenix, Arizona (4455 W Camelback Road). There are several other showrooms located throughout the state plus two showrooms in Utah, one in Chicago, one in Minnesota, one in Montana, and one in New York.