Mattress Pad






Your mattress is the cornerstone of your sleep sanctuary, but often overlooked is the silent partner in your quest for restful nights—the mattress pad. While it may not be the first thing that comes to mind, a quality mattress pad can significantly impact your sleep experience by offering an extra layer of comfort, mattress protection, and pressure point relief, promoting deeper sleep.

At Turmerry, we understand the importance of a good night's sleep and the role a quality mattress pad plays in achieving it. That's why we offer a variety of premium mattress pads, each crafted with organic materials like wool, cotton, and latex, to ensure you get the comfort you're paying for!

Reversible Fleece And Cotton/Wool Quilted Mattress Pad


Organic Latex Mattress Topper


Egg Crate Mattress Topper


Wool Waterproof Mattress Protector Pad


Mattress Topper Cover


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Certified, Green, and Safe Mattress Pads

To make sure you get a healthy night's sleep, we use sustainable, eco-friendly materials, such as OEKO-TEX certified organic cotton, Woolmark certified wool, and GOLS certified organic latex, in our mattress pads. These certifications ensure that our mattress pads are free from harmful levels of chemicals often found in conventional mattress pads, mattress toppers, and bedding. Moreover, it bolsters the quality of the products as well as their durability, so what you're getting is the best of the best!

OEKOTEX Woolmark and GOLS logos

Choose from Four Unique Turmerry Mattress Pads

  1. Wool Waterproof Mattress Protector Pad

Wool Waterproof Mattress Protector Pad Soft mattress pad

At 0.25-inch thickness, the Wool Waterproof Mattress Protector Pad is crafted with OEKO-TEX certified cotton percale fabric, non-hazardous, phthalates-free polyurethane, and Shropshire sheep wool filling. It is a fully waterproof material. Furthermore, wool's natural thermoregulating and moisture-wicking properties make it breathable for year-round comfort. With 18-inch-deep stretchable pockets and elastic running all around, this pad provides a secure fitment for various mattress sizes.

  1. Reversible Fleece And Cotton/Wool Quilted Mattress Pad

Reversible Fleece And Cotton/Wool Quilted Mattress Pad

With a luxurious 1-inch thickness, the Reversible Fleece and Cotton/Wool Quilted Mattress Pad is a stylish addition to your bedding ensemble. This reversible mattress pad has two layers/sides. One side is adorned with plush fleece, and the other side showcases a delightful cotton/wool quilted pattern. The natural fine washable wool fleece on one side offers warmth in winter, while the 270 TC natural cotton percale on the other side keeps you cool in summer. It is easy to care for as well—simply machine wash in cold water and dry on low heat or air dry.

  1. Latex Mattress Topper

Latex Mattress Topper

Available in 2, 3, and 4-inch thickness options, the Latex Mattress Topper is one of our main specialties. It incorporates 7-zone technology, with each "zone" tailored to provide the appropriate firmness and pressure relief to seven distinct body areas. Additionally, the Dunlop latex foam is thoughtfully designed with perforations to promote unrestricted airflow, preventing heat buildup and maintaining a cool sleeping environment. With certifications from GOLS, eco-INSTITUT, OEKO-TEX 100, and LGA, you can expect the best of the best from our Latex Mattress Topper!

  1. Egg Crate Mattress Topper

Egg Crate Mattress Topper to reduce pressure for side sleepers at night

Available in 1.4-inch and 2.4-inch thickness options, the Egg Crate Mattress Topper is one of the most innovative mattress toppers on the market. It boasts a unique convoluted egg-crate design that conforms to the sleeper's body, offering enhanced pressure relief and relief from bed sores. It is also strategically perforated to facilitate optimal airflow, preventing heat retention and ensuring a comfortably cool sleep environment for those who sleep hot. Certifications for our Egg Crate Mattress Toppers include GOLS, eco-INSTITUT, OEKO-TEX 100, and LGA.

You Can't Go Wrong with a Turmerry Mattress Pad!

Besides being certified and safe, our mattress pads can provide many more benefits. Here are all the ways in which you can enjoy a truly comfortable sleep with us and our bedding: -

Softly Cushioning

Softly Cushioning unlike memory foam mattress topper

Turmerry mattress pads provide a soft, cushioning feel when you lay on top of them, making them the perfect buy for those seeking more comfort than support.

Snug Fit

Features snug fit like a fitted sheet with elastic straps

Whether you have a Queen, California King, Split Cal King, Full, King, Crib, Twin, or Twin XL, we've got you covered with multiple mattress sizes.

Refreshingly Breathable

Best mattress topper and pads for hot sleepers and couples

Worried about sweaty nights? Fret not. Our mattress pads are brilliantly breathable and temperature-regulating, making them suitable for year-round use.


Noise Free unlike most mattress pads mattress toppers

No more crinkling sounds or disruptive rustling as you move in bed—our mattress pad ensures silent nights that let you sink into restful sleep undisturbed.

Free Shipping

Free Shipping account for premium mattress pads mattress toppers

From the East Coast to the West Coast and beyond, we offer free shipping for all of our contiguous US customers! And with our wonderful customer service team, you're in good hands from order to delivery.

Mattress Pad - Buyer's Guide

In this buyer's guide, we'll answer all the questions revolving around your head regarding mattress pads and mattress toppers.

What are mattress pads, and does your mattress need one?

Mattress pads are thin layers of cushioning material, usually 1 to 2 inches thick, that are designed to be placed on top of a mattress to provide additional comfort and protection. The fabrics used to make a mattress pad can include wool, cotton, bamboo, polyester, feather, down alternative, or a combination of these materials.

The primary purposes of a mattress pad include: -

  • Comfort - Mattress pads add an extra layer of softness to the sleeping surface, enhancing the overall comfort.

  • Protection - They act as a protective barrier between the mattress and potential contaminants such as spills, stains, or allergens. This helps extend the lifespan of the mattress.

  • Temperature Regulation - Some mattress pads are designed with materials that offer breathability, cooling, and temperature regulation, combating sweat and heat.

  • Allergy Protection - Certain mattress pads are hypoallergenic and can provide a barrier against allergens, such as dust mites, that may accumulate in mattresses.

  • Easier Cleaning - Mattress pads are generally easier to clean than the mattress itself. Many of them are machine-washable, allowing for regular maintenance.

As for whether your mattress needs one, it depends on what you desire from your bed. If you want to add extra comfort to your mattress, protect it from spills and stains, or have specific concerns like allergies, a mattress pad could be a beneficial addition to your bedding.

Differences between mattress pads, mattress toppers, and mattress protectors

While these terms may sound similar, they serve distinct purposes in your sleep setup. Here's a breakdown of the key differences between mattress pads, mattress toppers, and mattress protectors: -


  • Mattress Pads - Primarily focus on comfort and additional protection. They offer a thin layer of cushioning (typically 1-2 inches) to enhance the feel of your mattress, adding softness, pressure relief, and sometimes warmth. Some pads also offer basic protection against dust mites and spills.

  • Mattress Toppers - Aim to significantly alter the feel of your mattress by providing a thicker layer of support and comfort (usually 2-4 inches or more). They can address specific needs, like adding firmness to a soft mattress or creating a more plush sleeping surface. Most mattress toppers can offer basic protection against spills, stains, and wear and tear.

  • Mattress Protectors - Protect your mattress from various threats like dust mites, allergens, spills, stains, and even bed bugs. They are typically thin and fitted like a sheet, often featuring waterproof materials. Protectors typically don't add much, if any, cushioning or comfort.

The different types of mattress pads

When it comes to choosing a mattress pad, the variety of materials and features can be overwhelming. Here's a breakdown of the most common types of mattress pads, highlighting their pros and cons to help you make an informed decision: -

  1. Memory Foam

Made by adding chemicals to polyurethane, making it more dense and viscous, memory foam offers a unique blend of cushioning and contouring comfort. This innovative material responds to body heat and pressure, molding itself to the sleeper's shape and providing targeted relief to pressure points.

The density of memory foam ensures motion isolation, minimizing disturbances caused by partner movements during sleep. However, its propensity to trap heat can pose challenges for individuals prone to overheating during the night. While modern memory foams are engineered to reduce off-gassing, some users may still notice a slight odor upon initial use, which typically dissipates over time with proper airing.

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  • Pros

Excellent pressure relief: Conforms to body contours, alleviating pressure points and reducing aches.

Motion isolation: Minimizes disturbances caused by partner movements during sleep.

Quiet: Typically operates silently, enhancing sleep quality.

  • Cons

Heat retention: Can trap body heat, potentially causing discomfort for hot sleepers and those who live in hotter climates.

Off-gassing: May emit a slight odor initially in the form of VOCs, which could prove harmful for health if inhaled.

  1. Latex

Derived from the sap of rubber trees, latex mattress pads boast natural resilience and impressive durability. Through a process called "tapping," the sap is harvested and processed to create a breathable foam that offers both support and bounce. Latex pads provide consistent support throughout the night, promoting healthy spinal alignment and alleviating pressure points.

Additionally, the inherent breathability of latex helps regulate temperature, keeping sleepers cool and comfortable. While latex pads are renowned for their longevity, they may come with a higher price tag compared to other options. Furthermore, some individuals may find latex to be firmer in feel compared to memory foam, which could impact comfort preferences.

Best seller latex mattress pad for best results
  • Pros

Durability: Offers impressive longevity and resilience.

Supportive and bouncy: Provides consistent, responsive, and bouncy support throughout the night.

Cushioning: Cushions the body very well, providing contouring and pressure relief.

Natural ventilation: Maintains a cooler sleeping environment compared to memory foam.

  • Cons

Higher cost: Generally more expensive than other options due to their quality and benefits.

Firmer feel: A very select few users may find latex pads to be too firm for their preference.

  1. Down

Renowned for their luxurious softness and cloud-like comfort, down mattress pads are crafted from the delicate undercoating of birds such as geese and ducks. The natural loft and insulating properties of down create a plush sleeping surface that gently cradles the body. Its breathability ensures optimal airflow, preventing overheating and promoting a comfortable sleep environment.

However, down pads may not be suitable for allergy sufferers, as they tend to attract dust and other allergens. Plus, they themselves carry coating from birds, which may be an allergy trigger for some. Regular fluffing and maintenance are essential to preserving the integrity of down pads. Sometimes, they may require professional laundering.

Down non hypoallergenic mattress pad
  • Pros

Luxurious softness: Offers a plush and cloud-like sleeping surface.

Breathability: Allows for ample airflow, preventing overheating.

Insulating properties: Provides warmth, particularly beneficial in colder climates.

  • Cons

Allergen concerns: Not hypoallergenic and may trigger allergies.

Maintenance: Requires regular cleaning and fluffing to maintain loft and cleanliness.

Higher price: Often commands a premium due to its luxurious qualities.

  1. Wool

Sourced from the fleece of sheep, goats, and other mammals, wool mattress pads offer a harmonious blend of comfort and functionality. The natural properties of wool make it an excellent temperature regulator, effectively wicking away moisture and maintaining a comfortable sleeping temperature year-round.

Its inherent breathability allows for ample airflow, preventing the buildup of humidity and odors. While wool pads are naturally resistant to mold, mildew, and dust mites, some users may notice a slight lanolin scent initially, which dissipates with time. However, individuals with wool allergies should exercise caution, as wool fibers may exacerbate allergic reactions.

Wool mattress pad with deep pocket
  • Pros

Temperature regulation: Keeps sleepers cool in summer and warm in winter by regulating temperature.

Breathable: Prevents the buildup of moisture and odors.

Resistant to allergens: Naturally repels mold, mildew, and dust mites.

  • Cons

Initial odor: May emit a faint lanolin scent initially.

Not suitable for wool allergies: Some individuals may experience allergic reactions to wool.

  1. Feather

Constructed from the outer feathers of birds, feather mattress pads provide a sumptuously soft sleeping surface reminiscent of luxurious hotel bedding. Feather pads are often more budget-friendly than pure down options, making them an accessible choice for those seeking comfort without breaking the bank.

However, feather pads may lack the support and durability of other materials, and their natural composition can potentially trigger allergies in sensitive individuals. Regular fluffing and maintenance are necessary to maintain the loft and resilience of feather pads over time.

Ultra soft feather mattress pad with deep pocket
  • Pros

Soft and plush: Offers a cozy and indulgent sleeping surface.

Affordability: Often more budget-friendly than down options.

Breathability: Allows for airflow, preventing overheating.

  • Cons

Lack of support: Not as supportive as other materials.

Allergen concerns: May not be hypoallergenic and may trigger allergies.

Maintenance: Requires regular fluffing and cleaning to maintain loft and cleanliness.

  1. Synthetic fibers

Engineered from polyester, rayon, and other lab-synthesized fibers, synthetic fiber mattress pads offer a cost-effective alternative to natural materials, catering to a wide range of budgets. However, their synthetic composition may compromise breathability, leading to heat retention and discomfort for some users.

Additionally, synthetic pads may not offer the same durability as their natural counterparts, and some individuals may be sensitive to the off-gassing of volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Regular cleaning and proper ventilation could help mitigate some of these concerns, ensuring a more restful sleep.

Synthetic fiber mattress pad with deep pocket
  • Pros

Affordability: Economical option suitable for various budgets.

Customizable: Available in different thicknesses and firmness levels.

Easy maintenance: Machine washable and requires minimal upkeep.

  • Cons

Breathability issues: May trap heat and lack the airflow of natural materials.

Durability concerns: Does not offer the same longevity as natural options.

Off-gassing: Can emit volatile organic compounds (VOCs) that may be bothersome to some users.

Mattress Pad FAQs

  1. What does a mattress pad do?

A mattress pad serves several purposes. Firstly, it adds an extra level of cushioning to your bed. Secondly, it acts as a protective barrier for your mattress, shielding it from stains, spills, impurities, and general wear and tear. By preventing moisture and debris from penetrating the mattress, a pad can help extend its lifespan, saving you money in the long run by delaying the need for premature replacement.

  1. Should you choose a mattress pad, mattress topper, or mattress protector?

When contemplating between a mattress pad, topper, or protector, it's essential to discern their distinct functions and intended uses. Opt for a mattress pad if your primary goal is to enhance comfort while providing basic protection for your mattress.

For those seeking to significantly alter the feel of their mattress or address specific comfort needs, a mattress topper may be the preferable choice. Conversely, if safeguarding your mattress against spills, stains, and allergens is paramount, a mattress protector offers primary protection with its waterproof and hypoallergenic properties.

  1. What are good mattress pads?

In general, mattress pads made of natural latex, high-quality memory foam, and wool tend to fall into the category of "good mattress pads.".

However, determining the "best" mattress pad hinges on a variety of factors tailored to your requirements. Assessing aspects such as material composition, thickness, price point, and additional features can help identify a suitable option.

Consider whether you prioritize breathability, temperature regulation, pressure relief, or allergen resistance when selecting a mattress pad. Additionally, reading customer reviews and seeking recommendations from trusted sources can offer valuable insights into the performance and durability of different pads.

  1. Do you put sheets over a mattress pad?

Yes, it is advisable to always use bed sheets over your mattress pad, mirroring the practice employed with a bare mattress.

Sheets not only enhance the aesthetic appeal of your bedding ensemble but also serve a practical function by providing a clean and hygienic surface for sleeping. Moreover, utilizing sheets over a mattress pad helps secure the pad in place, preventing it from shifting or bunching up during the night, thereby ensuring optimal comfort and support.

  1. What size mattress pad is ideal for your bed?

The mattress pad you choose must be of the same size as your bed. In other words - Twin mattress pads for twin beds, Twin XL mattress pads for twin XL beds, Full mattress pads for full beds, Queen mattress pads for queen beds, King mattress pads for king beds, and California king mattress pads for California king beds.

  1. Can a mattress pad alleviate back pain?

The chances of a thin mattress pad alleviating back pain are minimal, as they aim to provide cushioning and protection. A thick mattress pad or a mattress topper would be more appropriate for back pain relief, as their support and cushioning can contribute to improved spinal alignment and pressure relief.

Look for mattress toppers/mattress pads designed with orthopedic features, such as a zoned design or egg crate design, which are known to contour to the body's natural curves and distribute weight much more evenly, potentially reducing discomfort associated with back pain.

  1. How often should you wash a mattress pad?

It's recommended to wash your mattress pad every few months to maintain hygiene. However, if spills or accidents occur, it's advisable to launder the pad promptly to prevent stains and odors from setting in. Additionally, consider using a mattress protector along with the pad for added protection, which can help extend the time between washings.

  1. Are mattress pads machine washable?

Many mattress pads are indeed machine washable, but it's essential to refer to the manufacturer's care instructions for specific guidelines. Some pads may require gentle cycles with mild detergent, while others may be suitable for regular machine washing and drying. Additionally, always ensure that the mattress pad is completely dry before reapplying it to the bed to prevent mold and mildew growth.

  1. Do mattress pads come in different sizes to fit various mattresses?

Yes, mattress pads typically come in various sizes to accommodate different mattress dimensions, including twin, full, queen, king, and California king sizes. Be sure to select a pad that matches the size of your mattress for a secure fit. Additionally, some manufacturers offer customizable options for specialty mattresses or non-standard sizes.

  1. Can mattress pads help regulate body temperature during sleep?

Certain mattress pads are designed with temperature-regulating properties or breathable materials. Look for pads crafted from materials like cotton, bamboo, wool, or latex, which promote airflow and/or moisture wicking to regulate body temperature.

You can also consider cooling gel-infused memory foam pads or those with phase-change materials that actively absorb and dissipate heat to maintain a balanced sleeping temperature.

  1. Are there specific mattress pads recommended for side sleepers?

Yes, side sleepers may benefit from mattress pads that offer ample cushioning and pressure relief, as they help alleviate discomfort in the shoulders and hips. Opt for pads made from memory foam or latex, which contour to the body's curves and provide targeted support where needed. Additionally, consider thicker pads or those with extra padding to cushion pressure points and ensure a comfortable sleeping position for side sleepers.

  1. What other bedding pairs best with a mattress pad?

Here are some bedding options that pair well with a mattress pad: -

  • Bed Sheet

A bed sheet serves as the foundation of your bedding ensemble, providing a snug fit over the mattress and pad. Look for sheets made from soft and breathable materials like organic cotton or bamboo for optimal comfort and airflow.

  • Mattress Protector

While a mattress pad offers comfort and protection, a mattress protector provides an extra layer of defense. Consider pairing your mattress pad with a waterproof and hypoallergenic protector for the best mattress care.

  • Duvet or Comforter

Layering a duvet or comforter over your bedding adds warmth and coziness to your bed. Opt for a duvet insert with a suitable fill power and weight to match your climate and personal preferences.

  • Pillows

Complete your bedding ensemble with pillows that offer support and comfort for your head and neck. Consider using pillows of varying sizes and firmness levels to accommodate your preferred sleeping positions.

  • Pillow Protectors

Just as a mattress's lifespan can be improved with a mattress protector, so can a pillow's with a pillow protector cover. Choose pillow protectors with breathable, natural materials, like cotton, so that you don't breathe in chemicals and get a cool surface to sleep on.

  • Bed Skirt or Bedspread

For a more polished look, consider adding a bed skirt or bedspread to conceal the space between the mattress and the floor. Bed skirts may not fit a lot of modern mattresses, but they do tend to pair well with vintage/traditional mattress styles.

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