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Sweetnight | Plush

Sweetnight | Plush

Traditional Mattress with Softness

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  • This basic innerspring mattress is designed to give side and back sleepers more softness than a traditional entry level mattress without spending much.
  • Good for a Light Sleeper Weight
Mattress height:
10"
Sleep type:
  • Side sleeping position

    Side

    Back sleeping position

    Back

  • Mattress type:

    Open coil

    Comfort/Feel:

    Plush

    Size Size guide

    Twin

    $259.95

    Full

    $339.95

    Queen

    $359.95

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    King

    $549.95

    Bed frame options

    Total Price
    $359.95

    In stock. Delivery by July 18

    Our benefits

    14-Night Trial

    Free One-Day Delivery

    10 Year Warranty

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    Materials

    Construction of Mattress:

    3 Layer Design

    • 1.5” Super Soft Foam Sewn into a Knit Quilt
    • 2“ Layer of Super Soft Foam
    • 416 14.5 Gauge Bonnell Coil Unit

    Certifications

    All foams meet CertiPUR-US® standards for content, emissions, and durability, and are analyzed by independent, accredited testing laboratories.

    Protected by a chemical-free and fiberglass-free fire barrier meeting 16 CFR 1633 and 16 CFR 1632 compliance

    Warranty

    This mattress is backed by a 10-year warranty from the manufacturer. For full details, please read our warranty information here.

    Where it’s made

    American Craftsmanship: Made in Texas.

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    Discover the Comfort Layers in Our Mattress

    Embrace classic comfort with the Sweetnight Mattress, tailored for side and back sleepers. Featuring a plush foam layer and a soft quilted top, it combines the traditional innerspring bounce with gentle softness. Ideal for light sleepers, this mattress offers exceptional value and soothing support.

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    What is the optimal coil count for a mattress to ensure proper support?

    In mattresses, the optimal coil count for support has evolved. While older mattresses often had around 416 coils, modern mattress designs average around 768 coils for a queen-sized mattress. This increase in coil count enhances support and comfort, conforming more effectively to your body and promoting spinal alignment. However, it's not just about quantity; the type of coil and overall mattress design are crucial too. Higher coil counts can offer more support, especially in combination with modern mattress technologies. Do keep in mind more coils doesn't always mean better and can lead to increased pressure points so it's best to find the mattress that contours perfectly to your body and doesn't allow your body to sag or hammick in the mattress. You can read our guide to give you a better understanding

    What is an Open Coil Mattress?

    An open coil mattress features a traditional innerspring design where the coils are interconnected and not individually wrapped. This design provides strong support and a bouncier feel compared to mattresses with individually pocketed coils. However, open coil mattresses have less conforming ability and can lead to motion transfer, which might be disruptive for light sleepers or those sharing the bed. Upgrading to a mattress with individually pocketed coils can offer improved motion isolation, better contouring to the body, and a more personalized sleep experience, enhancing comfort especially for couples or those seeking more targeted support.

    How Do Regular Profile and Low Profile Box Springs Differ at Mattress King?

    When choosing the ideal foundation for your mattress at Mattress King, it's important to understand the differences between regular profile and low profile box springs. A regular-profile box spring is typically about 9 inches in height, providing a classic, elevated appearance. However, this option might make your mattress sit too high for some bed frames. On the other hand, our low-profile box springs, at approximately 4.5 inches tall, offer a more streamlined, low-to-the-ground look. This can not only enhance the aesthetic of your bed frame but also make getting in and out of bed easier, especially if a high mattress is a concern.

    Despite their height differences, both types offer the same level of support and durability, ensuring a solid foundation for your mattress. The choice between a regular or low profile box spring ultimately depends on your preferred bed height and style. Whether you're drawn to a statement-making taller bed or a subtle, minimalist lower bed setup, Mattress King has options to align with your personal preference.

    What's the Best Mattress for Back Pain?

    Finding the right mattress for back pain is personal. Key factors are spinal alignment and pressure relief. At Mattress King, our Mattress Finder Tool helps identify the perfect fit. Invest in a quality mattress and pick a mattress with our 100-night comfort guarantee. For extra back support, consider an adjustable base. Need more advice? Chat with our Sleep Experts or check out our Mattress Buying Guide.

    Do I need a boxspring or foundation for my mattress?

    Understanding whether you need a boxspring or foundation for your mattress is crucial. Often, these terms are used interchangeably, with modern boxsprings essentially acting as foundations without actual springs. The necessity of a boxspring or foundation depends largely on your bed frame.

    For Traditional Bed Frames: If your bed frame has fewer than 10 slats or crossbars, a boxspring or foundation is necessary. It provides a level, stable surface, ensuring your mattress is properly supported. This helps in maintaining the mattress's structure and can extend its lifespan.

    For Platform Beds: Many contemporary bed frames are designed as platform frames. These usually include 11 or more slats or a solid steel grid, eliminating the need for a separate foundation. Platform beds offer sufficient support for your mattress on their own.

    Adjustable Bases: The rising popularity of adjustable bases, which can raise and lower your head and feet, has also influenced mattress support. These bases are self-supporting and designed to offer optimal mattress support without needing an additional foundation.

    Importance of Proper Support: Regardless of your bed type, ensuring your mattress rests on a solid, level surface is vital. This not only helps in keeping your spine properly aligned but also enhances the overall comfort and durability of your mattress.

    Further Guidance: For more information on choosing the right foundation for your mattress and insights into various bed types, you can explore our detailed Mattress Buying Guide. Here, we also offer a range of accompanying products that complement your mattress choice, ensuring you have everything you need for a great night’s sleep.

    What is the best mattress for me?

    At Mattress King, finding the 'best mattress' is all about what uniquely suits you. Our extensive range ensures there's a perfect match for everyone's specific needs and preferences. To begin your journey to the ideal mattress, we recommend starting with our Mattress Finder Tool. This tool is designed to guide you through selecting the ideal size and budget range, helping narrow down the choices to mattresses that align with your requirements.

    But there's more to consider. Your sleep position, whether you're a side, back, or stomach sleeper, greatly influences the type of mattress that will provide the most comfort and support. Additionally, your temperature preferences – whether you tend to sleep hot or cold – play a crucial role in determining the best mattress material and design for you. And let's not forget about any specific pain points or discomfort you may experience, such as back pain or pressure points, which require tailored support and cushioning.

    Understanding these personal factors is key to finding a mattress that not only feels comfortable but also supports a healthy sleep posture, regulates temperature effectively, and addresses any specific pain or comfort needs. So, take the first step with our Mattress Finder Tool and discover the mattress that promises you the best sleep experience.

    What are the dimensions of a mattress?

    At Mattress King in Oklahoma, we cater to a variety of sleep preferences and space requirements with our range of mattress sizes. Here are the standard dimensions for each size, along with some special options available:

    King Size: Usually measures 76 inches by 80 inches, offering ample space for couples or those who prefer extra room.

    Queen Size: Typically 60 inches by 80 inches, it's a versatile choice for couples and fits well in most bedrooms.

    Full Size (Double): Measures about 54 inches by 75 inches, suitable for single sleepers or smaller rooms.

    Twin Size: Often 38 inches by 75 inches, great for children’s rooms or compact spaces.

    Twin XL Size: Around 38 inches by 80 inches, providing additional length compared to a standard twin.

    Split King: A modern option growing in popularity, especially for those interested in adjustable beds. This setup involves two Twin XL mattresses placed side by side, forming the dimensions of a King size. This configuration allows for independent positioning, enabling each person to adjust their side of the bed.

    California King: While less common in this region and typically not a stocked size at our stores, the California King measures 72 inches by 84 inches. It's narrower and longer than a standard King, catering to those who need extra length.

    Remember, these dimensions are standard but can slightly vary depending on the brand and specific model. It’s advisable to check the exact dimensions of the mattress model you're interested in, particularly if you have specific space constraints or bed frame sizes in mind. At Mattress King, we offer a wide selection of mattresses in these sizes, ensuring we meet diverse needs and preferences.

    This comprehensive response covers the standard mattress dimensions available at Mattress King, including special sizes like the California King and Split King, providing useful information for various customer needs and preferences.