Brooklyn Bedding Brings A New Level Of Quality To The Growing RV Mattress Category

As the COVID-19 pandemic has shaken up all aspects of everyday life, consumer spending habits have evolved significantly as well— prompting unanticipated growth in certain product categories. With fears about plane travel and hotels still high, more people are looking for alternative vacation options, like road trips and camping. Over the past three months, Brooklyn Bedding has seen a spike in demand for its RV mattress offerings. As retailers look to the future and explore new ways to diversify their showroom mix, the company’s collection of RV mattresses delivers valuable differentiation through quality materials and attractive features.

Believing that sleep should not be compromised just because you’re on the road, Brooklyn Bedding offers a wide variety of different RV mattress options. Unlike at-home sleep solutions, these mattresses come in very unique sizes to accommodate the confines of the space. But smaller sizing does not mean that consumers have to sacrifice comfort or support. In fact, the company has converted many of its premium at-home mattresses into RV sizing, giving consumers the chance to achieve their best sleep no matter where they are. This includes its number one selling Brooklyn Signature Hybrid mattress, the cooling Brooklyn Aurora hybrid, all-foam Brooklyn Wanderlust and value-priced Brooklyn Bowery Hybrid.

Some of the most attractive features in traditional mattresses take on all the more importance when available in an RV bed. Sleeping hot is a big problem for many consumers, and it becomes even more of a challenge when you’re in an enclosed RV with less temperature control than a stationary home. Brooklyn Bedding provides a range of specialized cooling technologies in its RV mattresses, including gel foams and surface layer infusions, along with phase-change technology that draws heat away from the body to deliver cooling on contact.

Like all of its products, Brooklyn Bedding handcrafts each RV mattress on demand in its factory in Phoenix, AZ.