Enhance your Murphy bed, also called a wall bed or a foldaway bed, with a mattress from our own collection. A wide selection of mattresses is available with springs, foam or hybrid foam. You can sleep on a real mattress of up to 12″ thick, depending on the mechanism chosen. The mattress must always be in place when installing your foldaway bed so you can adjust the tension of the spring mechanism.
|Simple :||39″ x 75″|
|Double :||54″ x 75″|
|Queen :||60″ x 80″|
This type of mattress can be used with all of our foldaway bed mechanisms. Spring mattresses are cooler than foam because air flows between the springs to remove body heat. However, for allergy sufferers, there is a greater concentration of dust and dust mites with spring mattresses than with foam.
Pocket spring mattress
This type of mattress is not recommended because it contains a large quantity of small metal springs that significantly increase the weight. Also, some manufacturers of this type of mattress will not honour your warranty if the mattress is stored upright because the small springs could become misaligned.[/two_third_last] [dividers style=”1″]
Traditional foam mattress (polyurethane)
This type of mattress is preferred for its lightness. It is available in a number of qualities, characterized by the density of the foam used, and in a wide range of comfort levels, from the softest to the firmest. Please note that foam retains heat from your body.
Hybrid foam mattress
This is the only option if you want a mattress that offers the comfort of viscose or latex in a foldaway bed. This type of mattress consists of a traditional foam base which combines rigidity in a vertical position with a “comfort” layer on the surface made of viscose or latex.
New visco-elastic foams
“Tempur” or “Nasa” memory foam mattresses are very popular, but they are not designed for use in foldaway beds. These mattresses are very heavy and do not have enough rigidity in a vertical position.
Mattresses that are 100% latex are popular, but are not suitable for foldaway beds. These mattresses are very heavy and do not have enough rigidity in a vertical position.
Futon mattresses are not suitable for foldaway beds. They do not have enough rigidity in a vertical position.[/two_third_last]