Stearns & Foster Introduces New 2019 Mattress Line-Up

By Christopher Schriever Stearns & Foster is unveiling its new 2019 mattress collection at the winter Las Vegas Market. As always, the brand designed the new line-up using high-quality materials and legendary craftsmanship. It also features ex- clusive coil technologies, an all-new natural cooling system and proprietary memory foam engineered by Tempur-Pedic. The new 2019 Stearns & Foster line-up in- cludes four distinct collections, each touting an unparalleled design that is sure to com- plete any bedroom set. In addition to indulg- ing comfort, the line was designed to deliver exceptional, long-lasting quality. At the opening price point, the new Estate Collection is a classic mattress line-up that is handcrafted to fit any style. This line is made with Indulge Memory Foam, Intellicoil, Preci- sionEdge System and AirVent System.

Next up is the Lux Estate Collection. De- signed to take indulgent comfort to the next level, this line features Stearns & Foster’s Indulge Memory Foam, Indulge HD Memory Foam along with velvet accents and embroi- dery. Additionally, the Lux Estate is made with IntelliCoil HD, IntelliCoil Micro Layer, Preci- sionEdge System and AirVent System. The Lux Estate Hybrid Collection utilizes these

same components to provide the comfort of a hybrid design, the Stearns & Foster way. The final addition to the Stearns & Foster line-up is the Reserve Collection. This leg- endary mattress is hand-layered for added luxury. The velvet and embroidery detailing is upholstery-grade, while hand-tufting provides superior durability. Visit

Englander Delivers Cool, Supportive Sleep With New Hybrid Mattress

By Gretchen Kast At the winter Las Vegas Market, Englander will unveil its ‘Nature’s Finest Hybrid’ mat- tress with Triple Choice Comfort. Designed to deliver continuous cooling comfort and targeted pressure relief, the new mattress is constructed with aluminum gel and cop- per-infused latex, plus two types of coil units engineered for superior, zoned support. “Studies show that two key factors for quality sleep are proper spinal alignment and temperature regulation throughout the night,” said Kevin Toman, CEO of Englander. “Our new mattress focuses on those by combining two best-in-class coil units and materials with natural cooling and heat transfer properties.” Nature’s Finest Hybrid offers coil-on-coil support with a five-zone wrapped coil unit, a

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17-gauge Nano coil unit and copper-infused latex foam. By combining the multi-zoned coil and Nano coil units, the company aims to provide responsive support that adapts to in- dividual body dimensions and weight distribu- tion—delivering pressure relief where the body needs it and ensuring proper spinal alignment. The one-inch foam encasement of alumi- num gel-infused latex offers a durable, firm seating edge and 10% more sleep surface. According to Englander, tests have shown

that the latex used in Nature’s Finest Hybrid is 35% more supportive than Talalay latex and provides six times more breathability than traditional memory foam. The infusion of aluminum gel and copper allow heat to transfer laterally through the latex while also resisting heat penetration, which results in more efficient cooling than non-infused latex. Available

in three firmness options, the Nature’s Finest Hybrid mattress will retail for $1,299 in queen. It also contains U.S.-made 100% pure latex that is anti-microbial and Oeko-Tex Class 1 certified. “We hear a lot about restorative sleep,” Toman noted. “Nature’s Finest Hybrid was built to deliver better than that—sleep that changes you, makes you feel like a new person in the morning.” Visit

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