The Original Mattress Factory Blog

How to wake up easier
How traveling affects your sleep
Tips for Spring cleaning your bedroom
Spring is in full swing! That means warmer temperatures, outdoor activities, and extended daylight! Springtime is considered by many as a season for positive change and renewal. What better way to embrace the spirit of Spring
May is Better Sleep Month
Did you get enough sleep last night? No? That’s not surprising. Sleep is one of the most important aspects of our lives, yet it is often overlooked or undervalued. At The Original Mattress Factory, we often talk how we aren’t
Do you need a mattress protector?
A new mattress is an investment. As with any big purchase, you’ll want to ensure that it is protected and cared for so that you can maximize its lifespan and enjoy it for many years. A mattress protector is a great way to protect
Do you need a mattress topper?
Everyone’s comfort and support preferences are unique, and the bedding and mattress industries offer endless possibilities and combinations of mattresses, pillows, and other products to help make you as comfortable as possible.
Mattress shopping 101: Mattress height
When you’re shopping for a new mattress, there’s one factor that you may not have considered that will have a big impact on your comfort: your mattress’ height. You want to make sure that the finished height — which can include
What you should know about motion transfer in mattresses
When you’re sleeping, you don’t want to get woken up every time your partner rolls over — especially if you’re a light sleeper. If it’s a problem you’ve experienced in the past, a mattress’ motion separation capabilities may be
How to make getting your child’s first big kid bed feel special
When your child is ready for their first “big kid" bed, you may be a bit nervous about how they’ll handle the transition. But there are a few things that you can do to help make that transition as smooth as possible, and The
Comparing the OMF innerspring vs. standard encased coils
Proper support is vital to healthy sleep, and support comes from the core of your mattress — typically either an innerspring or foam core.