Innerspring mattresses have been around since the early 1900's. They are constructed of steel coils that compress when you put weight on them. The shape, size, and number of coils in a mattress can vary. However, more coils mean higher quality and more support.
Memory foam creates the sensation of “sinking in” to a mattress and being cradled. Your body weight creates an imprint in the mattress which slowly reverts to the original form once the weight is removed. The extra cushioning and support makes memory foam ideal for side sleepers and people who have painful conditions that want extra softness.
Hybrid beds combine the best of both worlds. You get the support and bounce of an innerspring mattress with the comfort and softness of either latex or memory foam. Hybrid mattresses typically have a layer of coiled springs on the bottom and one to three layers of latex or memory foam on the top, allowing for a more custom sleep experience.
Organic mattresses are ideal for people who are conscious about the environment and also want to limit their exposure to chemicals and toxins. Manufactured with materials like natural latex, organic wool, recycled steel support coils, organic cotton, organic mattresses are eco-friendly, sustainable, and non-toxic.