Plush Beds – Botanical Bliss Review
If nothing less than the very best 100% natural certified organic latex will do, then the Botanical Bliss comes out in-front with Greenguard Gold, USDA Organic and GOLS certification. This really sets this mattress apart from its competition. It also comes in three different comfort levels; soft, medium and medium firm. Another unique feature is a very thick, 10 pound, 100% pure New Zealand Wool topping. Its great to see such a generous amount, many mattresses only use a very thin layer. The Plush Beds website and marketing is not sleek and shiny like many other companies, but this is an authentic and trusted business who really care about your health, the environment and providing outstanding service. Plush Beds have an A+ Better Business Bureau rating and are ranked top 5 in their category on Trustpilot.
Price – Queen $1,599 (compare different sizes here)
Materials & Construction
Certified Organic latex support core – The 6″ certified organic latex core offers support and acts as a strong even base. It’s made of dunlop latex, which is denser and heavier than Talalay, ideal for offering durability and stability over time. It also uses an open-cell pin hole structure to increase air flow which helps to disperse body heat.
Talalay comfort layer – There is a 2″ 100% natural Talalay comfort layer on top of the support core. Talalay is lighter and softer than Dunlop latex, making it ideal for use as a comfort layer. This layer is available in three different densities to suit your preference – soft, medium and medium firm. This also uses an open cell structure to increase air flow and help for a cooler sleep.
Natural New Zealand wool layer – The latex layers are topped in a thick padding of non-allergenic 100% pure New Zealand wool. This means no toxic fire retardants are necessary, as wool is naturally fire resistant. Wool is hypoallergenic, antimicrobial and dust mite resistant. The wool layer also provides additional comfort, breathability, temperature regulation, and absorbs moisture, keeping the mattress dry.
Organic cotton cover – Everything is encased in a quilted cover of organic cotton. The cover uses a circular knit, not a woven knit, to increase softness, breathability, elasticity and offers improved moisture regulation.
- Chemical Retardants
- Synthetic Blends
- Petroleum Fillers
- Harsh Chemicals
- Pesticide-Treated Cottons
The Botanical Bliss matches high end all natural materials and quality long lasting construction, which I suppose it why they are happy to provide a 25 year warranty! The choice of three comfort levels is pretty unique in the all latex mattress market, allowing you to customise to your ideal comfort level. The price is very fair given the impressive material specs, coming in at the middle of the range. Read their customer reviews and you will find an amazing track record.
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Customer service was very knowledgeable and helpful. I like a very firm mattress and I had many questions about talalay latex vs dunlap latex. They took the time to explain the difference to me and to assist me in selecting the perfect firm mattress for me. If you like a firm feel, dunlop latex feels more firm than talalay. Most people would probably want to put a talalay topper on this bed as it is only 6″ but it works well with my platform bed and it gives me the firm feeling that I like. – Billy H
Nice and even support system
This mattress is thin and supportive. Great for thin people who like a firm feel. I weigh 150 lbs. and a back sleeper who likes a firm feel. I ended up adding a 2″ natural latex topper and it was much more comfortable for me. It’s a great core though. It gives a nice and even support system. It is also very good quality. It will last a lifetime. – Steven F
We love our Bed!
From the first night we slept on our new bed, we have been very comfortable. We highly recommend this bed. The only thing we were a bit surprised at was that the size of the mattress was truly only six inches. We always had a very plush, high mattress so this took a little getting used to. – William B