Queen Mattresses









        The queen mattress is where spacious slumber really begins. With a grand width of 60 inches and a length of 80 inches, queen mattresses take the number one spot for couples seeking a budget-friendly spacious sleeping space. Plus, they're not as wide as king or cal king size beds, so you needn't worry about having a very large bedroom to put them in either!

        But what is the best queen-size mattress available to you today? We're glad you asked! At Turmerry, you can take your pick from a fine range of queen-sized organic latex beds, all tailored to your comfort! Read on to find out why you'll enjoy Turmerry beds! And if you want to compare it to other bed types, we've got a buyer's guide for you below too!

        Natural and Organic Latex Mattress


        Natural and Organic Egg Crate Mattress



        • A queen mattress is 60 inches wide and 80 inches long. A good quality one can cost around $1000-$2000.
        • Queen beds are ideal for people who need space, such as couples or pet owners, and for 10 x 10 square feet of space. Queen beds are not ideal for families, single sleepers on a budget, and smaller rooms.
        • Turmerry provides 3 unique queen-size latex mattress models - The Natural and Organic Latex Mattress, the Latex Hybrid Mattress, and the Latex Egg Crate Mattress.
        • Each Turmerry mattress features perforated organic latex foam at its core, which, along with plenty of other benefits, primarily provides a balance between exquisite comfort and impeccable support.
        • Turmerry provides Free Shipping across the US, a 120 Night Free Trial Period, and a 100% Money Back Guarantee!

        Turmerry Queen-Size Mattresses: A Reputation for Excellence

        Over the years since Turmerry's inception, we've strived to bring you the finest quality eco-friendly bedding. From our all-foam 'Natural and Organic Latex Mattress' and 'Egg Crate Mattress' to our spring-infused 'Latex Hybrid Mattress', you'll only find mattresses of premium quality from our end.

        Each queen-size bed we offer features organic latex foam at its core. Organic latex is obtained sustainably from rubber trees that are raised without the use of harmful levels of chemicals and pesticides. This is also reflected in our healthy latex foam, which is manufactured to the highest possible organic standard (≥ 95%).

        Other components featured in our mattresses include - an organic cotton cover, a natural wool layer, and pocketed coils. The silky smooth organic cotton covers protect our mattress from impurities while also slightly enhancing the cushioning you get. The natural wool layers offer fire resistance, moisture-wicking properties, and temperature regulation. The pocketed coils are a part of our hybrid mattresses, acting as a strong support core.

        To assure you of our dedication to your safety and health, as well as our planet's health, we've obtained certifications from institutions like GOLS, GOTS, OEKO-TEX, and eco-INSTITUT. They've made sure that what we put in our mattresses doesn't contain harmful levels of chemicals and is deemed safe for human health.

        Unveiling the Countless Benefits of Turmerry's Latex Queen Mattress

        Each and every part of our mattresses stands to benefit you in one way or another. Check out the many benefits offered by our mattresses as a whole -

        • Spacious Sleeping Surface: Couples will love our queen beds, as they get to spread their limbs out without hitting each other in the process every time! Plus, you don't have to spend as much on a queen mattress as you would have to on a king or Cal king mattress!

        • Durable and Resilient: Thanks to the high-quality materials used in Turmerry mattresses, they can last anywhere from 10-20+ years when looked after properly. The organic latex we use is one of the biggest contributors to the resilience of our beds. With its strong cellular composition, latex stays sag-free for a long time!

        • Supportive and Comfortable: While our all-foam mattresses are built to provide a plush, softer mattress surface, our spring-type mattresses offer a medium-firm feel with their spring core. You can customize our all-foam mattresses too, and choose from a wide range of firmness and thickness levels to make them suit your preferred sleep style.

        • Natural and Eco-Friendly: Unlike memory foam mattresses, which are filled to the brim with synthetic substances that can harm the environment, our latex mattresses are made of sustainably obtained natural resources. This keeps the environment in tip-top shape, and it keeps you away from all the nasty VOCs!

        • Breathable and Temperature Regulating: The open-celled structure of our latex foam, paired with the perforations we put in it, makes for a breathable, cooling surface for hot sleepers to fall asleep in. Moreover, with the natural wool layer we add in, our mattresses can keep you cozy in the winter too!

        • Motion Isolating and Noise-Free: Since queen-size beds are often used by couples, the capability to isolate motion and minimize noise is very important, especially if one of you is a light sleeper. The components in our mattresses absorb motion and noise very well, preventing them from being transferred from one end to the other.

        • Favorable Warranty and Trial Period: We understand any skepticism you would have about shopping for mattresses online. Thus, we offer a 120-night trial period for our beds, so you can get a good feel of whether it suits you. And if you decide to finalize your mattress purchase, it will be insured with a warranty spanning from 10-20 years (depending on the mattress type you choose).

        All of these advantages, combined with our prompt and excellent customer service, mean that you get a queen mattress that is worth every penny you spend!

        Introducing 3 Distinct Turmerry Queen-Size Mattress Models!

        Whether you prefer the soft and plush cushioning of all-foam beds or the perfect balance of firmness and contouring of spring beds, we have it all!

        1. Queen-Size Natural and Organic Latex Mattress

          This all-foam latex bed features three or four layers of GOLS-certified Dunlop latex foam at its core. The Dunlop method of manufacturing latex uses less energy than the Talalay method and produces a latex foam that is firmer and denser. But don't worry, you can customize its firmness (soft, medium, firm, extra-firm) and height (8", 10", 12") and make it softer as well!

          A layer of natural New Zealand wool is added to the Dunlop latex foam layers, after which they are to be wrapped in a GOTS-certified organic cotton cover. With its ability to adapt to every sleeper type, it is one of the best queen mattresses for side, back, and stomach sleepers.

        2. Queen-Size Latex Hybrid Mattress

          Our queen-sized Latex Hybrid Mattress has a support core of 8-inch pocket coils and a comfort layer of 2-inch Talalay latex. With its ability to offer the best of both worlds, the latex hybrid mattress has a wonderful medium soft/firm feel.

          It provides just the right amount of extra support and pressure-relieving properties sought out by side sleepers, back sleepers, and stomach sleepers. The combination of foam and spring also adapts well to most body types.

        3. Queen-Size Egg Crate Mattress

          The queen-sized Egg Crate Mattress has a similar construction as our Natural and Organic Latex Mattress, but with the addition of an egg-crate latex foam layer at the top. This textured, convoluted layer of foam provides enhanced body weight distribution, contouring, pressure relief, cooling, and bed sore relief to the sleeper.

          You can choose from a variety of firmness levels (soft, medium, firm, extra-firm) and heights (8", 10", 12") to make it either a soft, plush mattress or a strong, firm mattress.

        Queen Mattress - Buyer's Guide

        What is a queen mattress?

        A queen-size mattress is a very popular mattress size that has dimensions of 60" x 80". The royalty in its name signifies the spacious nature of its surface, which can accommodate two people with ease.

        Due to its 60 inches of width, couples can choose a queen bed as an affordable budget option. With 80 inches of height, queen beds can even suit taller people above 6 feet. Queen mattresses are commonly used in master bedrooms, guest rooms, and other similar-sized bedrooms where a larger bed is desired, but space is a consideration.

        Determining if the queen mattress size is ideal for you

        Although queen beds provide a large and spacious sleeping surface, they are not suitable for everyone. This section will go over when queen beds are appropriate and when they are not.

        A queen-size mattress is ideal for -

        • Thick Individuals, Single Parents, Pet Owners, and Couples

          Thick sleepers weighing above 230 lbs, single parents, pet owners, and couples all require more bed space than the average solo sleeper. Queen mattresses allow these individuals to spread out and sleep comfortably without being restricted to a small space.

        • Couples on a Budget

          Sure, queen mattresses are not as affordable as a full, twin XL, or twin mattress. But it's still cheaper than king and Cal king beds, making it the best budget mattress size for couples.

        • Adequately Spacious Bedrooms and Guest Rooms

          A queen-sized bed typically requires a space of around 10 by 10 square feet to fit comfortably. However, having a bedroom with dimensions of 10 x 12 or 10 x 14 square feet would provide additional room for furniture placement, walking space, and a more spacious overall feel. Queen beds can also be a wonderful addition to your guest room if you're hosting a couple for the evening.

        • Restless Sleepers and Combination Sleepers

          Trying to find the right sleep position can be hard sometimes, and you end up rolling around a lot at night. Thus, restless sleepers seeking comfortable sleep positions will require a good amount of bed space so they don't wake up on the floor in the morning. The same goes for combination sleepers, who constantly switch between sleeping positions in the middle of the night.

        A queen-size mattress is not ideal for -

        • Couples Who Require a Lot of Personal Space

          Some partners prefer to have their own personal space where they can rest without being disturbed by issues such as motion, noise, and so on. Queen mattresses, while spacious in a sense, don't provide as much personal space as the mattress sizes above them.

        • Families With Pets And/or Children

          Families with children/pets are best suited for a king-size or California king-size mattress. They are much larger than queen beds and can better accommodate an entire family.

        • Single Sleepers on a Budget

          If you're an average-weight or thin person who sleeps alone and have a restricted budget to spend on a new mattress, opting for the queen-size may not be ideal. A full-size bed would be a better choice, as it can offer sufficient space while being more affordable.

        • Small Rooms

          Small rooms, such as a dorm room or studio apartment, may not offer enough space to fit a queen mattress. There will be a restriction put upon the overall space and aesthetic of the room, which can be alleviated by going for a full-size or twin-size bed.

        When and where should you buy your queen mattress?

        Regarding where - our recommendation is to try out queen beds in-store, see what suits you, and then order them online.

        Online retailers tend to have lower overhead costs than physical retailers, which means you can often get better deals and offers online. Plus, there are also services like white glove delivery, where you don't have to lift a finger in the setup of your mattress when it arrives.

        Regarding when - the best time is around a mattress sale and/or clearance sales. A mattress sale occurs during special occasions and holidays. Clearance sales can sometimes depend on the arrival of newer mattress models. Collect coupons, sign up for newsletters, and keep yourself regularly updated on when there is a sale/discount going on.

        Are queen mattresses a good budget option?

        Queen mattresses are a good budget option for couples and others who require more space than full-size mattresses. The average cost for a queen mattress in today's market is around $1000-$2000.

        Of course, the price can vary depending on the mattress type and quality. Queen beds can be found for less than $500 in some cases, whereas they can be found for less than $1000 in others.

        Generally, if the price is around or above the average price mentioned, then you can expect a good quality queen mattress for yourself. If the price is much lower than the average, be wary of such queen beds, as they could be of lower quality and quick to defect.

        Features worth having in your queen mattress

        In this section, we'll explore the essential features that make a queen mattress truly comfortable and inviting, ensuring you enjoy restful sleep each night -

        1. Body Contouring and Pressure Relief

          A great mattress should be able to distribute body weight evenly, conform to your body's shape, and provide a healthy amount of pressure relief. The adaptive memory foam and the soft and bouncy natural latex are two of the best mattresses for pressure relief.

          A mattress without body contouring will introduce a state of discomfort and excessive pressure on your body. This, in turn, makes it unsuitable for every sleeping position and body type.

        2. Strength and Spine Support

          In seeking cushioning and comfort, you mustn't forget support, one of the most crucial aspects of healthy sleeping. Side, back, and stomach sleepers all require adequate support for the spine, which, if misaligned, can bring about issues like back pain.

          Natural latex foam provides the best support without compromising comfort. Memory foam, on the other hand, provides greater comfort but can sink you into it in the process and offer less support.

        3. Breathability and Cooling

          Comfortable mattresses often possess temperature-regulating technology that keeps you cool in the summer and cozy in the winter. This can be done either through synthetic materials, such as gel-infused memory foam, or through natural materials, such as wool and latex.

          Natural latex is a highly breathable material due to its open-cell structure. Latex foam can also be perforated with holes, which leads to even better airflow. Traditional memory foam doesn't provide any cooling but instead retains body heat, making it unsuitable for hot sleepers.

        4. Durability and Resilience

          When investing in the best queen-size mattress, make sure it lasts long enough to live up to its price tag. The lifespan will usually depend on the mattress type you choose. Latex mattresses have a sag-free, resilient structure that can last up to 15-20 years if maintained well.

          Memory foam mattresses have a lifespan of around 7-10 years, while innerspring mattresses have a lifespan of around 6-8 years. Hybrid mattresses, which are a higher quality version of innersprings, can last up to 10-15 years if made with premium materials.

        5. Customizability

          Mattress customization usually entails three different firmness levels and height levels. Soft, medium, and firm are the three firmness levels you'll encounter, and 8", 10", and 12" are the height levels you'll encounter.

          Besides the height and firmness scale, you can also find customizable aspects, such as materials, zoned support, mattress protector cover, etc., that enhance the overall benefits offered by your bed.

        6. Motion Isolation and Noiselessness

          Restless sleepers, light sleepers, and combination sleepers will all appreciate motion isolation and noiselessness, especially when you're sleeping with a partner. These features ensure that you and your partner don't have to get two mattresses separately.

          Motion isolation refers to the absorption of motion from one end of the bed to prevent it from being transferred to the other end. Noiselessness refers to the lack of noise from your mattress when you move around on it. All-foam beds are better at providing these features than spring beds.

        7. Reinforced Edge Support

          Do you fear falling off the edge of your bed when sleeping? If not, you should, as it's an injury-causing possibility that can affect any of us. Reinforced edge support in your mattress makes sure this scenario doesn't come to fruition.

          Edge support refers to the push-back support provided by the perimeters of your mattress when you sit or lie on its edges. A latex mattress is considered one of the best mattress types for edge support. It features a natural resilience that helps maintain consistent support across the entire mattress surface, including the edges.

        8. Certifications and Eco-Friendly Materials

          Most mattresses today contain a lot of chemicals that are deemed harmful to human health. Uncertified mattresses with synthetic materials, like memory foam, polyfoam, and synthetic latex, are filled with fire retardants, VOCs (volatile organic compounds), and other potentially harmful substances.

          Certifications such as CertiPUR-US and Oeko-Tex Standard 100 ensure that the mattress has undergone rigorous testing for harmful substances, emissions, etc. And when you opt for mattresses with eco-friendly materials, like natural latex, organic cotton, and natural wool, you'll find yourself sleeping in a healthy environment.

        9. Easy Maintenance and Cleaning

          Having to constantly maintain and clean the bed can be a chore for many sleepers. This is where easy mattress maintenance becomes a desirable feature, as it simplifies the task of keeping your sleep surface hygienic.

          One aspect to look for is a mattress with removable and washable covers. These covers can be easily taken off and cleaned in a washing machine, allowing you to remove dirt, stains, or odors that may accumulate over time.

          Another consideration is a mattress that is easy to spot clean. Accidents happen, and spills or stains can occur on the mattress surface. Having a mattress that can be easily spot cleaned with mild detergents can save you time and effort.

        10. Extended Warranty and Sleep Trials

          To provide peace of mind and ensure customer satisfaction, many mattress manufacturers offer extended warranties and sleep trials. An extended warranty is an additional period of coverage beyond the standard warranty, which typically covers manufacturing defects and issues. This extra protection can give you confidence in your investment.

          Sleep trials are another valuable feature offered by mattress companies. These trials allow you to test the mattress in the comfort of your own home. Trials last for a specified period, typically ranging from 30 to 365 nights. This gives you an opportunity to assess the mattress's suitability for your needs.

        Are queen-size mattresses better than other mattress sizes?

        Queen-size mattresses are definitely better than twin-size, twin XL-size, and full-size mattresses in terms of the space offered. This makes them the ideal choice for two people to comfortably sleep on. But queen-size mattresses fail against the aforementioned sizes when it comes to affordability and the bedroom space required.

        Going up against king-size and California king-size mattresses, queen-size mattresses take the cake in terms of affordability and the amount of bedroom space required. But, even the best queen mattress won't be able to compare to the additional bed space offered by king and cal king beds.

        Then there is the split king and split queen sizes, which are the usual king and queen-size beds split into two. This allows couples to customize their side of the bed according to their preferences. The split king is larger than a regular queen bed, while the split queen is the regular queen bed with unique customizations.

        Queen mattress types: Exploring the various options

        Latex, memory foam, innersprings, hybrids, and airbeds are the five best queen mattresses you can find today.

        1. Latex Mattress

          Latex mattressesare made from natural latex foam layers, which are stacked together and encased in fabric. They're eco-friendlier than most other mattress types, making them a popular choice among environmentalists. With a latex mattress, you can expect a balance between comfort and support. They're also highly cooling, bouncy, responsive, and durable.

        2. Hybrid Mattress

          Hybrid mattresses combine a 2-4" thick foam comfort layer with a spring coil support core, providing the best of both worlds. The comfort layer comes at the top and is usually made of memory foam or latex. The support core comes at the bottom and is usually made of pocketed coils. This construction lets a hybrid mattress provide a medium soft/medium-firm feel.

        3. Innerspring Mattress

          Innerspring mattresses have a spring coil support core that is encased in a thin layer of foam or fabric. Due to the thin layer of cushioning in innersprings, it is a much firmer spring-type mattress than hybrids. Moreover, traditional innersprings use lesser quality spring coils, such as Bonnell, offset, or continuous coils, which do not provide the benefits of pocketed coils.

        4. Memory Foam Mattress

          Memory foam mattresses have a similar construction as latex mattresses, where memory foam layers are stacked together and encased in a cover. Memory foam is, however, a synthetically manufactured substance. It absorbs body heat, sinking you into it and offering an extensive level of body contouring and pressure-relieving properties.

        5. Air Mattress

          Air mattresses/airbeds have air chambers within them that can be filled with air and/or deflated to adjust the firmness, height, etc. They're usually made of textile-reinforced plastic/rubber and are popularly chosen as temporary portable beds for guest rooms or travel. Choosing an airbed for permanent use isn't recommended, as they aren't as supportive or durable as other mattress types.

        Queen-size mattress FAQs

        1. What is a good price to pay for a queen mattress?

          In an industry where queen mattresses are available for as little as $500 or as much as $2000, we'd recommend $1000-$1500 as a good price to pay for them.

        2. How much does a queen mattress cost?

          A queen mattress can cost anywhere from $500-$2000 or more, depending on its material, construction, quality, and brand.

        3. How thick should your mattress be?

          For thin or average-weight people below 230 lbs., an 8-10 inch thick mattress is recommended. For heavy people above 230 lbs., 10-12 inches or more is ideal.

        4. Why are queen beds the best?

          Queen beds have a reputation for being a highly popular mattress size to replace your old mattress with. This is mostly due to the fact that they can accommodate two people at a much more affordable rate.

        5. How much does a queen-size mattress weigh?

          A queen mattress usually weighs around 120 lbs. to 160 lbs., depending on the material and construction used.

        6. What is the ideal bedding to pair with a queen-sized mattress?

          A bed frame, mattress foundation, pillow, mattress topper, mattress protector cover, and bed sheet/blanket are the ideal bedding to pair with a queen mattress. They enhance the benefits offered while also reducing wear and tear in the long run.

        7. What size mattress topper is ideal for a mattress?

          The mattress topper size should match the mattress size. So, Twin mattress toppers for twin mattresses, Twin XL mattress toppers for twin XL mattresses, Full mattress toppers for full mattresses, Queen mattress toppers for queen mattresses, King mattress toppers for king mattresses, and California king mattress toppers for California king mattresses.

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