Layla vs Lull Mattress Picks: Choosing Your Comfort Style
It doesn’t take long to become completely overwhelmed with the many choices available to you when shopping for a new mattress. And it’s incredibly important to pay attention to the difference between what each has to offer in order to not just get the best deal, but get the best deal for your unique sleep needs.
Mattress companies that take into account the individuality of each sleeper and attempts to address them in their material choices and construction are those that you may want to take a little bit of a closer look at. Two such companies that produce the Layla Mattress, and the Lull Mattress, have incorporated some interesting qualities into their products, and today I’m going to provide for you a side by side comparison so you can better determine your best fit.
Depth: 10 inches
Depth: 10 inches
Materials: Memory Foam
Materials: Memory Foam
Comfort: Medium-soft/ firm choices
Sleep Trial: 120 days
Comfort: Medium firm
Warranty: 10 years
Sleep Trial: 100 days
The Layla Mattress
The Layla Mattress is a copper infused memory foam product that is wholly unique due to its focus on whole body health and circulation to help improve inflammatory joint pain and disease. Currently it may be one of the more innovative products in the sleep industry since it specifically addresses an ailment that affects hundreds of thousands people.
- Copper infusion for cooling and circulation
- 2-sided for different comfort choices
- Pressure point relief
- Both comfort choices may be too firm
- May not sleep as cool as other choices
Materials and Construction
The Layla is a two sided memory foam layered mattress that boasts two levels of comfort for you to choose from depending on the mattress side you flip to. The three layer design allows for a middle foundational poly foam base with a firm and soft memory foam surface found on either side, respectfully.
The memory foam is infused with both copper cells and thermogel to provide a cooler sleep that also is supposed to help with body circulation. The memory foam on both sides provides joint cushioning and contouring without a deep sink for proper pressure point relief, but also allows you proper spinal alignment with a supportive quality middle layer.
The mattress totals 10 inches thick, so for a dual sided choice, the materials truly are focused specifically for your comfort without any unneeded layers to thicken the mattress- and create added cost and weight to the overall design.
Warranty and Care
Mattresses are made to order upon your payment, and comes with a lifetime warranty, as well as a 120 day sleep trial. It doesn’t get much better than this, since you can try out the product and return it for a full refund if it just isn’t for you. If you keep it then you have it covered for life concerning repairs and replacements as long as you didn’t cause them yourself and it is part of a defect in the product itself.
Like most memory foam mattresses it also needs a proper supportive foundation. Platform beds are often the best choice when it comes to this type of product to help keep your mattress lasting long and to avoid sagging and compression sinks. Keeping it well protected under a mattress protector is also suggested.
The obvious benefits of the Layla Mattress include the gel and copper infusion technology for a cooler, healthier sleep. The dual sided option is also a perk since it provides the lasting benefits of a flippable mattress that often help better distribute weight and extend the life of the mattress, as well as a comfort choice for your prefered sleep position.
The memory foam use is also a good choice for additional joint comfort and body contouring. Memory foam often helps more evenly distribute weight and aides in spinal alignment.
Memory foam is known for its heat retention properties, and the Layla may be no exception depeningon your preferences. Although the gel and copper infusion does help keep things cooler, memory foam contouring can create heat sinks due to their body ‘enveloping’ properties.
Flipping the mattress may also be a bit of a hassle for some people, especially when trying to find a happy medium if you have a partner.
The Lull Mattress
The Lull mattress was created in the attempt to offer an affordable, high quality mattress without all the bells and whistles that often distracts consumers from a proper buy. The Lull incorporates a foam design that provides a single comfort choice that is rated top notch for firmness balance across a wide variety of consumer sleeping styles.
- Good motion reduction
- Little to no off gassing
- Good quality to cost
- One comfort option
- Low edge support
- May be firm
Materials and Construction
The Lull has a three layer construction that begins with a 1.5 inch memory foam comfort layer that is well supported to avoid the memory foam ‘sink’, but still give you a gentle contouring for even weight distribution and pressure point relief. The second layer is a proprietary blend foam that provides the support needed for proper spinal alignment no matter your sleeping style.
The seven inch high foundational base provides shaping, air flow, and weight distribution as a high-density poly core foam product. Combined the mattress measures 10 inches thick, and is created in such a manner that you can use it with ANY type of mattress foundation or bed, box spring included.
Overall the construction of the mattress results in a medium-firm sleeping surface which is a good, compromisable surface that helps with over all body support across any weight and body type. The more firm surface also allows for you to add an additional mattress topper to help soften the comfort if needed, without sacrificing support.
Warranty and Care
Lull comes with a 100 night sleep trial and 10 year warranty that covers any defects in workmanship or materials. Returns are hassle free and they will even come pick it up for you!
As with any mattress, you really should protect it with a mattress protector. This helps keep your bed under warranty and longer lasting. I mentioned that you can use any type of bed with it, but placing it on the ground, or any flat, unbreathable surface should be avoided since, as with any mattress, moisture can collect within the layers and cause mildew.
The Lull Mattress offers the feel of memory foam without the deep sink, which also avoids the heat that often comes with that. This is a popular reason for this pick, and one of the favorite’s of many customers. The foam layers really are beneficial in reducing pressure points and helps with joint pain reduction due to this. Although the firmness level falls in the middle as a medium, this does allow you the opportunity to soften the surface with the proper padding.
Obviously only having one comfort choice may be concerning to some people, and may feel too firm a surface for lighter weight, or side sleepers. The edge support is also very weak, and although is not often a deal breaker, can be annoying for those of you who like to sit on the edge of your bed to put your shoes on and such.
The bed also sleeps a bit warm compared to many other comparable mattresses on the market. This may not be noticeable for many people, but if you are sensitive to heat you many notice this discomfort.
Both these mattresses are made with the comfort of the consumer in mind with unique designs and materials to meet the needs of as many people as possible. Since buying any mattress is an investment, getting what you feel works for you should be a priority, and looking over the detail of mattresses such as these can help give you a better idea of what you have available for your needs.
The Layla is a great choice for anyone suffering from joint pain and could take advantage of the claimed increase in blood circulation. One thing for sure, reviews are high with comfort praise, especially since you can flip the mattress for varying levels of surface firmness.
The Lull is a practical choice for all types of sleepers and is another high quality product made with the consumer in mind. Both come with a generous sleep trial period that provides no hassle returns, and a warranty that should fit the life (or longer) of the mattress.