Serta

Serta

Serta, The Largest U.S.A. Manufacturer   For hundreds of years, counting sheep meant trying to sleep. Since 2000, the counting sheep (or, as some kids say, “Sleep Sheep”) have been the icon of Serta, the largest U.S. manufacturer of mattresses as measured by...
Sealy

Sealy

It Began with Cotton   Sealy started in 1881, when Daniel Haynes made a cotton filled mattress for a neighbor in Sealy, Texas. Other neighbors and family members asked for mattresses, and this owner of a cotton gin became a mattress manufacturer. In 1889, Haynes...
Boyd Sleep

Boyd Sleep

From Waterbeds to a Diversified Product Line   A Student’s Project In 1977, waterbeds were popular, and they were gaining market share at the expense of innerspring mattresses.  A college business student named Dennis “Denny” Boyd devised a business model for one...
Amerisleep

Amerisleep

Corporate   Amerisleep is a relatively new mattress brand in the North American mattress and bedding market. It is part of One Mall Group (OMG), a marketing corporation based in Scottsdale, Arizona, which also owns the Astrabeds brand of latex mattresses. OMG...
Loom & Leaf by Saatva

Loom & Leaf by Saatva

The Loom & Leaf Memory Foam Mattress by Saatva   Loom & Leaf (L&L) is a new luxury memory foam mattress (early 2015) by a relatively new mattress company, Saatva, which was founded in 2010. Saatva’s principal product line is coil-on-coil innerspring...
Tuft & Needle

Tuft & Needle

Tuft & Needle All mattresses are made with care in the United States. Tuft & Needle is older than Casper Sleep and Yogabed, the spark-plugs that headlined the current trend of direct-to-consumer, single-model mattresses. Based in Phoenix instead of being on...