The Loom & Leaf uses high-quality foams and is constructed in four layers: a dual layer support core of high-density polyfoam and a transition polyfoam, a layer of eco-friendly memory foam, and a top layer of memory foam laminated with a cooling gel. The cover is made of quilted organic cotton. The mattress is available in two firmness options in all standard sizes, each 12 inches in height.
Here’s a quick look at the pros and cons of the Loom & Leaf mattress:
|Multiple firmness options available||Weak edge support|
|Good motion isolation||Poor temperature regulation|
|Excellent contouring and support||$99 fee for returns, even during sleep trial|
|Free white glove delivery and old mattress removal|
Keep reading for our in-depth review of the Loom & Leaf mattress.
In-depth Loom & Leaf Mattress Review
Loom & Leaf Mattress Sizing and Pricing
|Twin||38” x 75” x 12”||$749|
|Twin XL||38” x 80” x 12”||$799|
|Full||54” x 75” x 12”||$999|
|Queen||60” x 80” x 12”||$1,099|
|King||76” x 80” x 12”||$1,499|
|California king||72” x 82 x 12”||$1,499|
The Loom & Leaf is available in two firmness options, giving customers the ability to choose between either a 5.5 or an 8 on the firmness scale. (This scale ranges from 1-10, with 10 being the most firm and 1 being the least firm.) Loom & Leaf calls the 5.5 mattress its “relaxed firm.” It is considered to be a “medium” firm mattress. The company calls the 8 mattress its “firm” and it is considered as such.
The Loom & Leaf is only available online at LoomandLeaf.com. Saatva, the company that manufactures Loom & Leaf, does not operate any brick and mortar stores, nor is the mattress currently available through any third-party retailers.
The Loom & Leaf is a foam mattress, constructed in four layers. The support core is 5.5 inches of 1.8 PCF polyfoam and 2 inches of 1.6 polyfoam that work together to provide breathable and stable support. The next layer is 2.5 inches of high-density premium 5 PCF memory foam, topped with 2 inches of a proprietary 4 PCF gel cooling memory foam. The Loom & Leaf is covered with a thick, quilted, organic cotton. All Loom & Leaf materials are sourced in the United States and Certi-Pur certified for low emissions.
Online foam mattresses are typically sold as a “bed in a box” – vacuumed sealed and shipped to your door. The Loom & Leaf is unique in that it is not compressed after it is manufactured. Instead, Loom & Leaf delivery includes free in-home delivery and complete setup of the new mattress.
Loom & Leaf offers free “white glove” delivery in the contiguous United States. Deliveries to Alaska and Canada can be coordinated through a third-party service for an additional fee. Deliveries to Hawaii are not available at this time. On the day of delivery, Loom & Leaf gives a 4-hour delivery window, during which the customer must be home to receive the new mattress. For full delivery day policies and instructions, please click here.
Loom & Leaf’s free white glove delivery includes in-home set-up of your old mattress and free removal of your old one, all at no additional charge.
Loom & Leaf offers customers a 120-night sleep trial period. If at any point during that time you are not satisfied with your mattress, Loom & Leaf will arrange to pick it up and issue a refund for the purchase price, minus a $99 transportation fee.
Saatva, Loom & Leaf’s manufacturer, offers a 15-year limited warranty on this mattress. During the first two years of ownership, Saatva will replace a mattress at no charge if it is deemed defective. For the remaining 13 years of the warranty, Saatva will repair the mattress for a transportation fee of $99 each way. For complete warranty terms, please click here.
Loom & Leaf Mattress Performance
A common benefit of foam mattresses is superior motion isolation. The Loom & Leaf gets excellent marks in this category, with customers reporting little to no motion transfer on this mattress.
A common drawback of foam mattresses is subpar edge support. The Loom & Leaf does not offer a reinforced perimeter, so sinkage around the edge does occur. The mattress’ solid support core and high-quality foams do, however, help the mattress retain its shape.
The Loom & Leaf uses a cooling gel foam in its support layers to help with heat retention, a common problem with foam mattresses. This proprietary gel does help to keep the bed cool, but some customers still report issues with the mattress sleeping warm.
Because the Loom & Leaf is not compressed and sealed for delivery, any temporary off-gassing odors dissipate before it arrives at your home.
The Loom & Leaf uses dense, high-quality foams, resulting in a mattress that most customers find to be very support. The 4.5 inches of memory foam in the bed’s comfort layer reacts to an individual’s body, providing customized pressure point relief.
The foam layers in the Loom & Leaf closely conform to individual sleepers, properly aligning the spine and relieving pressure. The mattress is available in two firmness options to accommodate different preferences.
The Loom & Leaf has not been available long enough to fully evaluate its longevity and durability. We do know that foam mattresses in general do tend to hold up well over time.
The foam layers of the Loom & Leaf do not offer much bounce or responsiveness and therefore could restrict movement and sexual activity.
|LoomandLeaf.com||4.9/5 (number of reviews unknown)|
|Google Shopping||4.8/5 (1,858 reviews)|
|Consumer Reports||60 overall CR score|
What type of sleeper is well suited to a Loom & Leaf
Choosing the right mattress is a very personal decision. You should take into account your own preferences, sleeping position, body weight and type, and any health conditions you may have. You should also consider your own individual comfort and spinal support needs as well. Take advantage of any sleep trial to make sure the mattress you choose really is a good fit for you.
With that in mind, consider this subjective customer feedback on the Loom & Leaf:
Side Sleepers: Side sleepers of all sizes rate the Loom & Leaf as “very good.” People who typically sleep on their side appreciate the conforming qualities of the Loom & Leaf comfort layers, which tend to relieve pressure on the hips and shoulders.
Back Sleepers: Back sleepers of both below average and average weights rate the Loom & Leaf as “good,” but heavier sleepers gave it a “fair” rating.
Stomach Sleepers: Average and above average weight sleepers gave the Loom & Leaf “fair” marks.” These sleepers might have experience uncomfortable amounts of “sinkage” in the mattress’ top layers. Below average weight stomach sleepers rated the Loom & Leaf as “good.”
|Below Average Weight (under 130 lbs)||Average Weight (130-230 lbs)||Above Average Weight (above 230 lbs)|
|Side Sleepers||Very good||Very good||Very good|
Customer Service: In our research, 8 out of 10 customers said they had a positive experience with the company, irrespective of how they felt about the mattress.
Reputation: Loom & Leaf has not been in business long enough to establish a solid reputation, but customer have been pleased with the company so far. Saatva, Loom & Leaf’s parent company, has developed a good reputation for both its customer service and products.
BBB Rating: A + (Saatva)
Years in Business: Loom & Leaf began in 2015. Saatva launched in 2011.
Corporate Headquarters: 25 Sylvan Road S., Suite W, Westport, CT 06880-4637
Physical Stores: None at this time
Phone Number: 1-877-628-5488
Contact Email: email@example.com
The Loom & Leaf may be a great choice for customers who are looking for the supportive and conforming properties offered in a memory foam mattress.
The Loom & Leaf’s thick, high-density memory foam comfort layers offer superior pressure relief and support. The mattress is available in two firmness options, making it suitable for more customers.
Those who are uncomfortable with the “sinking” feeling that can happen with memory foam will want to look elsewhere. And if you tend to sleep hot, this mattress might not be right for you.
Here’s how we rate the Loom & Leaf on a scale of 1 (worst) to 5 (best):
|Suitability for Sex||3.5/5|