The Standard Bed is where affordability meets quality and comfort. This bed is designed to offer the benefits of memory foam for people who prefer a slightly firmer feeling than our plush Serenity Bed.
The Standard Bed features three inches of 5.3lb density memory foam. This conforms to your body to provide customized comfort. The memory foam layer is supported by a dual-layered high-density base to provide essential support for better alignment of your back, spine, and hips.
What Other Customers Are Saying About The Standard Mattress
I am writing to let you know how much we appreciate the mattress we recently bought from you. I never realized how good of a night sleep I could have until I purchased the Standard memory foam mattress. I can honestly say that I sleep much more soundly and feel much more rested now. I usually toss and turn in my sleep, and since buying the mattress I fall asleep as soon as I put my head down and no longer disturb my husband when I sleep.
The mattress conforms perfectly to my body and both retains my warmth in the winter and manages to keep perfectly cool in the summer. It has just the right softness and firmness and I now highly recommend Atlantic Beds to all of my friends and family. So much so that we recently bought the mattress for my in-laws in California and I plan to purchase one for my pregnant sister in Virginia.
The mattress came to my door in excellent protective wrapping and I was soundly asleep shortly after. My only complaint is that it makes it so much harder to travel now!
Thank you for a fantastic product and incredible service.
San Antonio, TX
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Living in a city like New York where space is tight and your bed is the only luxury found in your apartment, I could not be more in love with the mattress I purchased from Atlantic Beds. I honestly have not slept so well in years - it makes for an extremely comfortable rest at the end of a long day (which makes for an even harder time waking up in the morning!) I could swear I was sleeping on top of a cloud.
New York, NY
The construction of a quality memory foam mattress should be broken down into layers. The purpose of layering is to increase the lifespan of a bed.
There is less wear and tear on a bed with more layers because weight gets distributed evenly throughout the layers. The most common complaint for beds made with fewer layers of foam is that, over time, they provide less support.
When there is less support, a hammock effect is created. The heaviest areas of a person's body sink deeper and the beds need to be replaced.
Advanced Cooling System
Our Advanced Cooling System is a game changer. This is the most advanced cooling system of any memory foam mattress on the market today.
Heat and moisture accumulate near a person’s body. The problem with other cooling systems is that they're built into the base layers. They are typically about four or five inches beneath the sleep surface.
Stage One of our Advanced Cooling System features air channels in the top of the memory foam, which allows air to circulate closer to your body.
Stage Two incorporates a thin layer of our proprietary poly-flow fiber between our base foam and the memory foam. This doesn't change the feeling of our mattress, but it adds space for air to circulate around the memory foam.
We are currently offering Free Curbside Delivery to anywhere in the United States, excluding Alaska and Hawaii.
Please allow up to ten business days to receive your delivery. The average delivery time is between four and ten business days. Faster delivery options are available to some areas. Our freight company will call you in advance to schedule your delivery appointment.
We also have options for White Glove In-Home Delivery with Set Up. This option usually adds up to seven business days for delivery.
Not Rolled Or Vacuum Compressed
Many people unsuspectingly order compressed foam mattresses. Some companies vacuum compress and tightly roll up their beds to squeeze them into tiny boxes. These mattresses remain compressed for extended periods of time, which puts stress on the materials.
In the short term, some of these mattresses don't fully decompress. They may remain curled up at the ends or have irregularities in the foam that become noticeable beneath a person's bodyweight. Long term problems are more likely because of the additional stress that was put on the beds when they were compressed.
Tempur-Pedic® doesn't vacuum compress their mattresses and neither do we.