The PlushBeds Luxury Bliss is a luxury latex hybrid mattress with a 13″ height. It has three comfort layers and an inner core that provides the support of the mattress. It has a medium firmness but is not as firm as other latex mattresses that I have reviewed. As far as smell goes, there was no odor when I took it out of the box. It’s also easy to move if you need to vacuum underneath it or want to flip it over when the other side wears out.
PlushBeds offers a variety of mattresses. These range from the Luxury Bliss, which is a queen-size mattress that weighs nearly 135 lb and comes with two cover choices: Real Down and Shamrock; to Botanical Bliss which features six inches of latex over an additional layer of latex foam, and has different options for the cover; to Natural Bliss which is an eight-inch foam mattress that has a different type of foam on top; and Posture Plush which falls into the memory foam mattress category. Last but not least, there’s Cool Bliss, Ocean Mist, and the three sizes of the Pocketed coils mattress.
The Luxury Bliss is PlushBed’s only latex hybrid mattress. It is made of organic Dunlop latex wrapped by organic cotton with a natural wool fire barrier. This mattress has a 12-inch profile consisting of three inches of organic Dunlop latex over a pocketed coil support.
Plushbeds Luxury Bliss Mattress Review Breakdown
The Luxury Bliss is one of the more affordable innerspring mattresses on the market today. Since it is an innerspring mattress, it uses coils to give support. Lying atop the coils are layers of foam, which helps to absorb movement and pressure along with creating a cooling airflow throughout the mattress.
The Luxury Bliss is available in two comfort levels, Medium and Med-Firm. These equate to a 5 and a 7 out of 10, making it appropriate for all sleepers.
The PlushBeds mattress is the leading mattress on this site. It sits in a unique stretch fabric, which allows the springs to move around. I like that the mattress is made with natural materials, and it’s a great option for people who want a plush feel.
The Bliss mattress offers a firm, no-sag support for side, back and stomach sleepers with its 12-inch thickness. The three inches of edge support keeps you from sinking too far over the edge of the mattress. PlushBeds uses textiles that are certified organic by the Global Organic Textile Standard.
A comfort layer made of Dunlop natural latex makes the PlushBeds Luxury Bliss luxurious. The latex has holes for better airflow, and is certified organic by the Global Organic Latex Standard. Dunlop latex is naturally springy and gives the mattress a buoyant, responsive feel.
The 8-inch pocketed coil support core provides stability and structure to the mattress. The coils are 15-16 gauge and the coil count is 1,057 for a queen, which is more than adequate for most sleepers up to 300 pounds. As the coils are individually wrapped, this construction cuts down on movement transfer when sharing the bed. This construction also extends the life of the mattress. The PlushBeds Bliss has a total of five different layers of foam – three regular layers and two transitional layers that change density.
We will discuss the construction, materials, and how these affect the sleeper experience of the PlushBeds Luxury Bliss. We will also include practical information and user reviews that will help you decide whether Luxury Bliss is the right choice for you.
What is PlushBeds Luxury Bliss Mattress Made of?
PlushBeds Luxury Bliss Construction
The PlushBeds Luxury Bliss features a 12-inch profile consisting of an organic cotton cover quilted with Joma wool, a thick layer of natural latex, and a pocketed coil support core.
How Much Does the PlushBeds Luxury Bliss Mattress Cost?
The PlushBeds Luxury Bliss comes with no price difference between the two firmness levels.
Latex mattresses usually come at a higher price, especially those made with organic latex. They cost more to produce, but they are very durable and can last for many years.
The PlushBeds Luxury Bliss is a bit pricey for a latex-only mattress, but PlushBeds frequently offers discounts on their beds, which can sometimes lead to a discount of a portion of the suggested price.
|Twin||38″ x 75″ | 12”||$799|
|Twin XL||38″ x 80″ | 12”||$899|
|Full||54″ x 75″ | 12”||$1099|
|Queen||60″ x 80″ | 12”||$1199|
|King||76″ x 80″ | 12”||$1499|
|California King||72″ x 84″ | 12”||$1499|
|Split King||76″ x 80″ | 12”||$1498|
What does the PlushBeds Mattress Feel Like?
Even though Dunlop latex conforms less than memory foam, it won’t be able to absorb as much motion as an all-foam mattress. Motion transfer will be more pronounced in the firm model (Dunlop latex), which has a slightly more responsive surface.
In the PlushBeds Luxury Bliss mattress, individually wrapped coils move independently, which helps minimize motion transfer. This removes distractions to the partner and is useful when sharing the room. That said, good pocketed coils will still transfer more motion than a solid foam base. So if your goal is complete isolation from movement, you’ll want a memory foam or latex layer on top of the coil support system to isolate sleepers from each other.
The PlushBeds Luxury Bliss with MotionLock™ is a hybrid mattress that combines memory foam, latex, springs, and other core support materials. With the addition of the BrainyCoil™ suspension layer and support system, PlushBeds delivered a luxury mattress with isolation on par with some all-foam models.
A typical latex hybrid mattress typically offers average pressure relief, and the PlushBeds Luxury Bliss is no exception.
The mattress contours to the body and reduces pressure points. This is possible because of the advanced pocketed coil support system. The coil springs are made in a factory, but they are specifically designed with tapered coils for an ideal level of firmness and support.
Since it’s a bit firmer than some other mattresses and doesn’t conform as closely as others, side sleepers under 130 pounds may experience some pressure build-up in the hips and shoulders when sleeping on the firm model. As a result, stomach sleepers weighing over 230 pounds may experience additional pressure in their neck and back when sleeping on a medium model, as its firmness allows for more sinkage in the hips.
The PlushBeds Luxury Bliss mattress uses a variety of different types of foam to manage an even temperature throughout the night. The latex in the top layer helps balance heating and cooling issues, providing the sleeper with increased breathability. This type of temperature neutrality is to be expected from a mattress that uses latex.
Body heat is first dispersed through the layer of breathable cotton and moisture-wicking wool. Since sleeping “on” rather than “in” this mattress, body heat will not be trapped around the sleeper. This is especially true of the firm version.
Latex is naturally breathable, and the latex used in the comfort layer is aerated, allowing heat to pass through. Finally, pocketed coils allow for plenty of airflow, eliminating most heat retention. PlushBeds Luxury Bliss is an especially attractive choice for people who tend to sleep hot.
Like many hybrid mattresses, the PlushBeds Luxury Bliss features a sturdy perimeter that allows you to use the entire surface of the mattress. Unlike other hybrids, however, the Luxury Bliss™ does so while maintaining a state of sleek minimalism in its top layers. The appearance is crisp yet inviting, taking on a garden-inspired look that really puts forth the idea that you’ve uncovered an oasis of supreme comfort.
This mattress is designed to provide a luxury hotel-like feel, which it accomplishes with a higher coil count around the perimeter. This feel will allow you to sleep comfortably near the edge of the bed without feeling like you are going to fall off.
Sharing a bed with others with a smaller mattress requires well-supported edges. Poor edge support forces each partner towards the middle of the bed, while strong edges allow each partner to use their own half of the bed. Due to the general widths of standard Queen and King sized mattresses, edge support tends to be a non-issue for couples. Of course there are exceptions to this as couples with very wide bodies or those wishing to sleep even closer together may want to look at narrower mattresses which typically provide even better edge support.
People who weigh more than 230 pounds or sit on their edges during sleep may prefer the firm version, because the edge is firmer than the medium model.
Luxury Bliss medium and firm mattresses both feature a quick response to pressure to facilitate movement on top of the bed.
Since latex conforms minimally, it doesn’t restrict movement like a foam mattress would. The firm version conforms less and provides less resistance, while both models have coils that provide some bounce for changing sleeping positions or getting into and out of bed.
If you are a combination sleeper, then I am almost certain that the PlushBeds Luxury Bliss 10-Inch Mattress suits your needs. Aside from the fact that it is known to be a great bang for buck mattress, it offers ease of body movement and rates highly for almost all body types and sleeping positions.
The Luxury Bliss mattress is perfect for couples who like a responsive surface, and who want to be able to use any type of position. The top level of the mattress has Microdots that are designed to give you the bounce you need, while the second layer has a cooling gel infused memory foam. This makes the bed suitable for people who get hot while they sleep. But even if you’re warm natured at night, the layers might not be enough to solve this problem.
The only downside is the noise. Each coil is individually wrapped, so the mattress will not produce as much noise as an innerspring mattress, but some couples may find it not as discreet as they would hope.
The PlushBeds Luxury Bliss mattress does not contain any polyurethane foams or synthetic adhesives and will not off-gas in the traditional sense. Some customers may notice a faint rubbery smell from the latex, but this is not bothersome and should dissipate fairly quickly through the coil layer.
The mattress is certified by Greenguard Gold and Oeko-Tex Standard 100, which guarantee it is low in chemical emissions and free of harmful substances for humans.
How Comfortable Is The PlushBeds Mattress?
Plushbeds Luxury Bliss – Medium
The PlushBeds Luxury Bliss mattress is one of the most flexible mattresses in this line so it will be well suited to side sleepers across the board, particularly those who weigh between 130 and 230 pounds.
The PlushBeds Luxury Bliss Mattress is very much a luxury mattress, but it has some important features for side sleepers. This mattress uses pocketed coils along with latex to provide firmness that encourages healthy spinal alignment. The coils give an underlying firmness to the bed while the latex provides support at the surface of the bed.
Side sleepers under 230 pounds may prefer the plusher model, which provides more sinkage. Over 230 pounds will require a firmer model.
As back sleepers sleep on their backs, they naturally align their spine naturally. As such, back sleepers tend to prefer mattresses that provide an even balance of pressure relief and support to the lumbar area.
Back sleepers will find the combination of latex and coils creates a balanced sleeping surface that keeps the spine on an even plane. The pocketed coils push back where they are needed, providing for sufficient back support, especially for those weighing between 130 and 230 pounds.
Back sleepers of all weight categories will likely prefer the Luxury Bliss’ firm model. This firmer surface prevents sagging under the hips, which prevents lower back pain.
Sleeping on your stomach is considered by many to be the most comfortable sleeping position. Aside from providing a certain level of freedom to the neck and spine, it also puts less pressure on the hips and shoulders usually caused by other sleeping positions. However, due to the weight of your body resting more or less on the abdomen area, firm mattresses are necessary in order for you to get comfortable.
With a fairly firm surface, the PlushBeds Luxury Gliss will align hips for stomach sleepers. Most stomach sleepers find the firmer model more comfortable, with the exception of very light individuals.
While the mattress provides adequate support for stomach sleepers under 230 pounds, heavier stomach sleepers may find the mattress too plush to support their hips.
PlushBeds Luxury Bliss – Medium
|Under 130 lbs.||130-230 lbs.||Above 230 lbs.|
PlushBeds Luxury Bliss – Med-Firm
|Under 130 lbs.||130-230 lbs.||Above 230 lbs.|