Our Tempurpedic vs. Loom & Leaf Mattress Comparison

comparison of l&l and tempurpedic

Are you ready for a new bed, but can’t decide which brand is right for you?

Tempurpedic has been the big name when it comes to the luxury mattress industry; there haven’t been too many competitors trying to come in over the last few years. But, the bed-in-a-box (direct shipping to your house) industry has exploded over the past few years with many new competitors.

One of these new companies is Loom & Leaf. In this article, we compare the two brands to help you decide which one is right for your needs. Let’s waste no time and get into it: Loom & Leaf vs. Tempurpedic.

Construction

Loom & Leaf


L&L only produces one bed: a luxury memory foam mattress. It is American-crafted, with cooling gel and an organic cotton covering.

One of the most notable similarities between the construction of the only Loom and Leaf bed and all Tempurpedic mattresses, and at the same time the most important difference with most other brands’ beds, is that they feature a four layers construction.

The mattress offered by L&L is 12 inches thick, and its four foam layers are:

  • The top layer – It has a thickness of 2 inches made out of gel memory foam. This top layer does an incredible job keeping the bed cool all night.
  • The second layer – It has a thickness of 2.5 inches made out of memory foam; it serves the purpose of granting a deep compression support, while it also reduces the pressure points on the body.
  • The third layer – It has a 2-inch thickness and is made out of transition poly foam. It’s a transition layer between the top two and the base layer we’ll discuss next.
  • Base layer – It has a thickness of 5.5 inches and is made with support foam. This material is high-density breathable foam and serves as the foundation for the bed.
construction of loom and leaf

Tempurpedic


As stated above, one of the most important similarities between these two brands is that they both feature a four layers construction for their mattresses. On the other hand, the first big difference that can be easily seen is the versatility of their range of products. While L&L only has one bed, Tempurpedic offers many different product lines, slightly differing in profile height and firmness.

This can be understandable and even logic if you consider that Loom & Leaf is a rather new company while Tempurpedic has been on the market forever.

Tempurpedic’s mattresses consist of four different layers:

  • First top layer –  It has a thickness of 2 inches and is made out of Visco elastic memory foam; it provides the classic company’s trademark of the hug and sharp contour.
  • The second layer – Its thickness is 2 inches and made out of Visco memory foam; it provides support and comfort to the bed. It is a bit firmer than the top layer, helping to create a transition between the two bottom layers.
  • The third layer – It has a thickness of 4 inches and made out of polyurethane foam; it acts as a transition from the foams above to the foundation of the bed.
  • Base layer – It has a thickness of 3.5 inches and uses polyurethane foam. This works as a deep compression support and is the foundation for the bed.
layers of tempurpedic

Firmness/Comfort/Support

Loom and Leaf


Their mattress comes in two different levels of firmness.

  • Relaxed Firm, which in a scale of firmness from 1 to 10 would be located at 5.5, and
  • Firm, which in a scale of firmness from 1 to 10 would be located at 8.5.

So, with only two options, they are offering an interesting range for you to decide depending on how firm you like your bed to be. Most people tend to choose a firmness level between 5 and 8, so this means that with these two they are covering most of the people’s tastes.

Regarding the overall feel of the beds, it’s said the bed is quite balanced. In a normal position, there are around 2.5 to 3 inches of sinkage. It has a good body contouring and great support.

One thing that can be annoying in many memory foam mattresses is that they wrap you and somehow become a kind of heat retention trap, but this is not the case with the L&L bed, which simply allows you a little sinkage and good body contouring without retaining heat.

The most notable feature is the cooling capabilities. There are several specific things that have been successfully engineered for ensuring maximum cooling. Some of these are:

  • The use of organic cotton, which is remarkably breathable and allows a nice amount of air flow.
  • The spinal cooling gel, which considerably reduces the temperature of the surface.
  • The gel memory foam, which helps to absorb, manage and dissipate the body heat.
  • The inverted foam tips at the top layer, which help to create airflow channels, enhancing the breathability.

Tempurpedic


Tempurpedic’s beds are not impressively different regarding firmness.

This traditional company defines their beds as having a firmness of 7, in a scale from 1 to 10, with 10 being the most firm. If you look at their range of products, it would be safe to say that the Flex Prima bed is their firmest mattress, even though it can be considered among the medium-firmness group in the market.

For this reason, firm Tempurpedic’s beds are probably more suited for people who are a bit heavier in weight or those preferring a more solid sensation while sleeping. On the other hand, lightweight people are likely to find their beds a bit firmer than what they would prefer.

If you’re looking for softer beds, Tempurpedic’s Cloud Supreme Breeze is the one that stands out. It’s a bit softer than the Loom and Leef. As is the case in all soft mattresses, the Cloud Supreme Breeze has a high level of sinkage, which is something that should not be overlooked if you are a heavy sleeper. A deep sinkage usually creates heat retention and makes the bed hot, which is something that may occur with the Cloud Supreme Breeze.

firmness scale for loom & leaf and tempurpedic

Tempurpedic vs. Loom & Leaf Comparison

 Loom & LeafTempurpedic
Material and CoverGel Memory Foam, Poly Foam, Organic Cotton coverTempur Foam, Spring Coils, Tempur-breeze material used in cover
Height12”11” to 14”
FirmnessVersatile. From 5.5 to 8.5 in a 1-10 scale7 in a 1-10 scale
Motion TransferMinimalVery Minimal
SupportVery goodGreat
Warranty15-year warranty10-year warranty
Trial Period120 nights30 nights

Should I buy a Loom and Leaf or a Tempurpedic?


Which mattress should you buy? Of course, that there is a personal taste factor that we cannot predict. However, we believe the Loom and Leaf to be a better option for several reasons.

If we could take price out then this would be a close battle. But that’s not the case and provide even more reason for L&L. Simply put, the Tempurpedic does not provide a substantially better product to justify the premium price point.

Another advantage of L&L is in the service. They offer better warranties and trial periods. Here are a few more things to consider:

In conclusion, we believe Loom and Leaf to offer better price-quality rate products, and the best choice for you between the two if you are looking to buy a new bed.

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