“Created by Dreamers”

Marian ParsonsBoy's Bedroom, My House

A few months ago, I reviewed a mattress from Leesa.  It was a foam mattress that comes in a box, delivered to your door.  I’m a big fan of a foam mattress, but not everyone is, so Leesa figured out a way to get springs inside a mattress that can still be compressed, fit in a box, and delivered to your door.

Their new luxury mattress is called Sapira.

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The box was sitting in the living room for a few days before I had the chance to get it out of the box.  It’s a little comical that Jeff no longer thinks anything of large boxes being delivered to our house.  He doesn’t even ask me what it is!  It’s just a part of what I do.

So, this big, black box was sitting in the living room and I mentioned it one night at dinner.

“Oh, that box in the living room is the new mattress for Marshall.”

“Wait.  What?  That is a mattress?”

“Yes.  In the black box.”

“In the black box?  A mattress?  Are you sure?”

“Yes, I’m sure!  Remember that other mattress I got a few months ago that was in a box?  It’s like that.”

“I thought this one had springs, though…”

“Yes, it does.”

“And it’s in that box?”

“Yes!  You do realize you’re giving me great blog content right now…”

“How do they do that?”

“I don’t know.  That’s why I’m not inventing mattresses with springs that fit into boxes.”

Seriously.  That was our dinner conversation almost verbatim.

So, I don’t know how they did it, but the Sapira mattress was “created by dreamers and built by experts” with the perfect blend of high-resiliency foam, high-density memory foam, and their exclusive Pocket Spring technology.  These premium materials were used to offer both support and comfort and to react to each individual person’s body. It also has edge-to-edge coils so you can comfortably sleep on the entire mattress surface.  And it fits in a box, so it can be shipped to your door for you to test out at home.

I shot a quick video of the unboxing process…

(Sorry about the grainy video.  That room is the darkest one in our house, so it’s tricky to film in, but you get the idea!)

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Aaaand excuse the stuff under the bed.  It is a little boy’s room.

Here’s how the room looks when it’s all prettied up for pictures…

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Anyway, I told Marshall we were getting him a new mattress, which I thought he would be excited about, since we’ve made a bunch of changes in Calvin’s room recently, but he wanted to make sure it was a good one.  I assured him that it would be better than his bottom-of-the-line twin mattress with a memory foam topper trying to disguise that fact.  Getting a good night’s sleep is such an important part of overall wellness at any age and that starts with a quality mattress.  Sapira offers an in-home trial for 100 days, so he can make sure he loves it.

Some other things about this innovative mattress…

It’s 100% made in the USA and is only available online (with free shipping).  As I told Marshall, they offer a 100 day trial and, if you don’t love it, they will pick it up at your door and give you a full refund.  I’ve learned that your body does need to get used to a new mattress, so being able to try it for over 3 months removes the anxiety over purchasing a mattress “sight unseen”.

Sapira also joins Leesa’s social impact programs and for every 10 mattresses sold, one is donated to a local charity in need. They also plant a tree for every single mattress sold.  I really love it when companies use their success for good.  

Mattress pricing starts at $975 for a twin and all sizes are priced below $2,000.  Oh, and if you can’t unbox your own mattress (these are pretty heavy), you can select white glove delivery.  They will unbox it for you and remove your old mattress.

I unpacked the box while Marshall was at school, so I’ll keep you posted on his review!

If you’re in need of a mattress, click HERE and use code “MISSMUSTARDSEED100” for $100 off your Sapira mattress!

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Disclosure: This post was sponsored by Sapira.  All words and opinions are my own.

“Created by Dreamers”

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