Summer 2018 Editors’ Picks

1. Airweave

Airweave has created a new take on the boxed bed. Instead of arriving compressed, the Airweave Mattress Advanced is made with airfiber blocks and a modular design so it can easily fit inside a box for shipping. Dual Mode Technology provides varying firmness levels for added customizability, while the slim profile works well for retailers looking to maintain space in their warehouses. The sleek, storable, futon-inspired design lends itself will also appeal to urban dwelling consumers.


Sealy Hybrid Mattress

2. Sealy

First introduced at the winter market, Sealy’s newest Hybrid Line has quickly become the best-selling hybrid mattress in the brand’s history. With the responsive support of an innerspring mattress and the conforming comfort of memory foam, the line features nested coil technology with 20 percent more coils to deliver reinforced support in the center where it is needed most, along with conforming memory foam on the surface to cradle and relieve pressure points. For added comfort, the collection offers cool-to-the-touch Sealy Chill Technology in both the top cover panel and on the sleep surface of the memory foam layer to deliver the ultimate climate control experience.



3. Therapedic

Understanding the modern consumer, Therapedic developed the new American Glory Collection to meet their technology-driven needs. Each mattress in the three-model collection comes complete with a USB port in the bed’s foundation, making it simple for consumers to charge phones or enhance their sleep environment with music. Both a celebration of where Americans have been and of where they are going, the limited time only collection touts a patriotic aesthetic and high-quality components.



4. Ergomotion

Ergomotion makes it easier than ever to transform any bed into an adjustable bed with its new Motion Pure base. Designed to fit neatly between the mattress and bed frame, the Motion Pure delivers head and foot adjustability without blocking under-bed storage or interfering with bed slats and support rails. This unobtrusive design provides retailers with an appealing add-on feature that won’t detract from the look of the full bedroom set. Additionally, it gives retailers an opportunity to increase their sales tickets without taking up any additional showroom floor space.



5. Eclipse

Bringing the luxury of a hotel suite into the home, Eclipse recently launched its new three-model Hospitality Collection. Using Sensile Response, an open- cell, high-resiliency foam, the mattresses in this opulent collection are constructed to provide durability, temperature regulation and sumptuous comfort. Consumers will be eager to treat themselves to these stylish sleeping surfaces.



6. Malouf

Malouf has designed a new duvet set that delivers a meaningful solution to a common consumer complaint: linens that sag and gap around the comforter. The Woven Rayon From Bamboo Duvet set features the company’s patent-pending Duv8t fastening system, which includes eight ties at the corners and sides of the duvet. These ties line up perfectly with the eight duvet loops on Malouf’s Woven comforters to ensure a more secure fit, easier set-up and an overall cleaner look. Each set is made from rayon from bamboo, a silky soft fabric that is ideal for sensitive skin, and includes one duvet cover and two shams. By combining luxurious comfort with exclusive features, Malouf has developed a more valuable add-on product.