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Casper’s Perfect Mattress


Casper’s Perfect Mattress

February 6, 2017

This content was produced as advertising by Gardenista in collaboration with Casper.

If you haven’t heard of sleep startup Casper, it’s time to get caught up. We first introduced readers to Casper back in 2014, when it was a nascent brand striving to redefine the mattress category. Casper’s idea was to bring a high-quality mattress straight from the manufacturer to the consumer without the costly addition of multiple product lines and commission-based sales. According to Casper CEO and cofounder Philip Krim, “Mattress retailers play a game with eight gradients of firmness; that’s how they guide you through the showroom toward something more expensive.”

Fast-forward more than two years and the Casper Mattress has sparked a near-revolution in the sleep space: Time magazine named it one of the best inventions of 2015, and the company is one of the fastest-growing consumer brands of all time.

Read on to learn more about the Casper Mattress, and be sure to check out Casper’s sheets, pillow, and bed foundation, too.

Interested in giving the Casper mattress a try? The company is offering Gardenista readers $50 off any mattress using code GARDENISTA.


Above: When Casper engineers—graduates of NASA and IDEO—did their research, they learned that most people prefer a “medium-firm” mix of softness and support. The mattress has a 1.5-inch layer of responsive memory foam to provide the support critical to a restorative night’s sleep. The topmost layer is made of hypoallergenic latex foam to promote ventilation and keep you cool at night.


Above: The Casper mattress is available in six sizes, offered at one-third the price of a typical luxury mattress; it starts at $500 for a twin through $950 for a California king, and comes zipped in a removable, washable cover. The entire Casper mattress is made in the US of American materials, with the exception of the gray mattress cover, which uses fabric from Belgium.


Above: Casper stands by its industry-best guarantee: Sleep on your mattress for 100 nights; if you don’t love it, Casper will send a courier to pick it up and donate it to a local charity, and you’ll receive a full refund.


Above: If Casper’s mattress hasn’t done enough to make it famous, then its shipping and delivery have: Shipping is free throughout the US and Canada (remember those $250 mattress delivery fees we used to pay?)

The mattress arrives in a box that’s a mere 19 inches square by 42 inches high. (When yours arrives, join millions on social media by posting your ceremonial Casper “unboxing” video.)


Above: The Casper mattress works on any platform bed. If you’re in the market for a new one, Casper offers an easy-assembly foundation starting at $200.

Don’t forget: Get $50 off a Casper mattress using code GARDENISTA at checkout.

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