Loom and Leaf vs. Tempur Pedic

Are you in the market for the best memory foam mattress? Do you know what to look for when buying such mattress?

Memory foam mattresses have proven to be a fast-growing alternative to traditional innerspring mattresses. They contour to the body perfectly and provide extraordinary comfort and support, and knowing what to look for is of crucial importance in finding a memory foam mattress that will best fit your needs.

In today’s review, we’ll be comparing two all memory foam mattresses: Loom and Leaf and Tempur Pedic, coming from two well-known mattress manufacturers Saatva and industry heavyweight Tempur-Sealy.

We’ll present you with the basic characteristics and interesting similarities and differences between the two that you should consider if you are thinking of purchasing one of these mattresses, and that may help you decide which one would be a better choice for you. Last updated Aug 3, 2021 @ 6:47 pm

Loom and Leaf

Construction and Materials

The Loom and Leaf is over 12″ thick and made up of 4 layers of memory foam:

  • 2″ Top Cooling and Comfort Layer – This layer is a 2″ 4lb gel memory foam using a patented gel-on-gel swirl design and convoluted foam laminated to medical grade cooling gel which provides a cool, supportive sleep environment and promotes airflow furthering cooling.
  • 2.5″ Mattress Core Layer – This layer is made of 2.5″ of 5lb visco-elastic memory foam for deep contouring support
  • 2″ Transition Layer – This layer is a 2″ transition loft pad, which serves as a transfer layer between the base support layer and those layers above and provides better support and comfort overall.
  • 5.5″ Bottom Foundation Layer – Thus layer is a 5.5″ high-density foam core base which acts as the foundation and support for the rest of the mattress.

    Loom & Leaf Layers: 1) Quilted organic cotton cover, 2) medical grade spinal cooling gel, 3) gel infused memory foam, 4) 5 lb memory foam and support layer

The cover of the Loom and Leaf is vastly different from the normal thin covers of the most other memory foam mattresses. It is made from 100% organic cotton with a circular knit top, quilted with a 5/8” foam layer that provides a luxurious feel and acts as a natural flame retardant.

Firmness and Support

Loom and Leaf offers two firmness options: the Loom and Leaf Relaxed Firm, scoring 6 out of 10 on the firmness scale, with 10 being the firmest, and the Loom and Leaf Firm, which is an 8 out of 10. This makes the Loom and Leaf suitable for people with different firmness preferences and different body weights like Andrew and myself.

The thick construction and high-density foam of this mattress perfectly supported Andrew’s weight (230lbs) and our hips and shoulders and provided us with the necessary comfort and feeling of massage during the night.

Loom and Leaf split king on Lineal base

Loom and Leaf split king on Lineal base


The 12″ thickness of the Loom and Leaf, its tufted quilted cotton cover that includes a 5/8″ foam layer, the 6.5″ of specialty foams, and the exclusive gel cooling layer included in its construction make this mattress a very comfortable one.

When you first lay down on the Loom and Leaf you will feel an immediate softness due to the quilted cover with the foam layer, and the support layers will begin to sense your pressure and react accordingly providing you with a very balanced feel.

The Loom and Leaf will hug your body and provide it with a nice degree of contouring without causing the feeling of being trapped in the memory foam typical for most memory foam mattresses.

Loom and Leaf mattress, split king configuration

Loom and Leaf mattress, split king configuration

Sleeping Hot

Most memory foam mattresses lead to the retention of heat and cause a sweaty sticky feeling, but this is not the case with the Loom and Leaf. This mattress sleeps cool and eliminates any feeling of discomfort caused by a build-up of heat.

The exclusive cooling gel in the top layer of the Loom and Leaf, which is usually found in hospital burn units, allows maximum cooling and airflow and helps you stay cool and comfortable during the night.

Sinkage and Motion Transfer

Sinkage and motion transfer on the Loom and Leaf depend on the model that you select (Relaxed Firm vs. Firm), as well as how much you weigh. The Relaxed Firm that we tested caused more sinkage when compared to the Firm model. But both models, thanks to their thick construction, did not cause us to sink down to the foundation of our bed like most of the other mattresses did.

Loom and Leaf king mattress profile

Loom and Leaf king mattress profile

Both Loom and Leaf models also do a good job of supporting heavier sleepers like my partner when sleeping or sitting near the edge, and they cause very minimal motion transfer with the high-quality dense foam construction doing a great job of insulating movement when turning or adjusting the positions during sleep.

Smell / Off-Gassing

As for smell/off-gassing, it is non-existent with the Loom and Leaf mattresses. They are shipped uncompressed in their natural form, which is not the case with other online mattress retailers and their memory foam mattresses.

Customer Service

Customer service is something that Loom and Leaf prides itself on, and it gets high marks in this category. Upon putting your zip code on the site and determining whether the delivery is possible for your area, the mattresses are delivered directly to you by truck and professionally installed.

Other customer attributes include:


The price of the Loom and Leaf mattresses comes in at $1799 for a queen. This is quite surprising given the exceptional quality materials used in their construction and the direct-to-home shipping and installation.

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Tempur Luxe Breeze

Construction and Materials

Tempur-Pedic, unlike other mattress companies, don’t share a lot of information about their technology. They consider it proprietary information, so there are not many details about the materials they use for the construction of their mattresses, density of the layers, etc.

Tempur Luxe Breeze is an all-foam mattress by design and it is based on the following layers:

luxe breeze layers

Luxe Breeze Layers

  • PureCool+ Phase Change Top Layer: This is their new comfort layer that includes exclusive technology designed to wick heat away from the body and provide a cooling layer. All memory foam, no gel materials or anything, and not a lot of public information on exactly what the Breeze consists of.
  • TEMPUR-CM+ Layer: This is their support layer, made of the advanced TEMPUR material which allows maximum airflow and works with the top layer to dissipate heat for all-night cooling comfort and provide overall sleep support.
  • The Foundation Layer: This Layer is made of the Ventilated TEMPUR-APR material which is known to be one of the most pressure relieving materials ever and now it also comes with an ultra breathable design. It serves as the core foundation of this mattress and provides overall support and base for the mattress.

The cover of the Tempur Luxe Breeze comes with a SmartClimate Dual Cover System. It is an advanced zip-off cover with double the cool-to-touch power that cool and pleasant to the touch and that will also make you feel cooler when you lie down.

Firmness & Support

The new Tempur Luxe Breeze soft model is quite soft when compared to other models and the Loom and Leaf mattress. The PureCool+ Phase Change layer and TEMPUR-CM+ layer of this mattress place it around a 4-5 on a 10-point scale (10 being the firmest). So, when you lay on the mattress, you sink into it quite a bit, especially if you are a heavier sleeper like Andrew (230lbs).

The Tempur Pedic differs from many other memory foam mattresses in that it may initially seem to sleep hot or be too hard. However, the company recommends a 2-3 week “break-in” period for your body to acclimate to the mattress, and as the time passes your body totally adapts to it.

Luxe Breeze Firm

Luxe Breeze Firm


As it has been already mentioned, the new Tempur Luxe Breeze soft is a very soft model and it gives you the feeling of sleeping on a could. It is extremely comfortable, it cushions your body and feels super luxurious.

Although it doesn’t have any special technology and materials included in its construction, its high-quality, heavy foam for which it is known perfectly conforms and adapts to your body.

Sleeping Hot

Tempur Pedics used to be known for sleeping hot. The early models would be hot in the summer, and hard and cold in the winter. The ones we have used and slept on were no different.

The company has introduced their special cooling technology to address this, which is a key feature in the Tempur Luxe Breeze model which to a degree isn’t bad, but really is just more layers of memory foam designed to wick heat away.

These innovations are equally as effective as those of the mattresses including the newer heat regulating technology such as the use of copper, gel cooling layer or latex. Their new cooling technology does keep the mattress much cooler than previous generations of Tempur Pedic models for sure.

Luxe Breeze cooling system

Luxe Breeze cooling system

Sinkage and Motion Transfer

Tempur Pedics are known for having a very minimal motion transfer, due to the use of a high-quality dense foam in their construction.

However, sinkage with the new Luxe Breeze is a little pronounced because it is Tempur Pedic’s softest model, and when Andrew sat down on it, it compressed quite a bit but did not cause him to sink down to the foundation.

Smell / Off-Gassing

Although there was a significant chemical smell with the earlier Tempur Pedics, they seemed to have addressed this with the current models, and with their delivery of uncompressed mattresses. So, no noticeable smell comes from the Luxe Breeze.

Customer Service

Tempur Pedic used to sell their mattresses through major mattress retailers exclusively which helped them avoid dealing directly with the customers. Lately, however, they began selling their mattresses online as well.

Tempur Pedic customer service includes:

  • 90 Night Sleep Trial
  • 10 Year Warranty
  • In-home delivery guaranteed by Tempur Pedic.


Although Tempur Pedics are generally expensive (a queen Luxe Breeze costs $4499), the company offers discounts which can help you save up to 30% on certain sizes of the Luxe Breeze.

Click here to read the full Tempur Luxe Breeze review. 

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Tempur Luxe Breeze is a full memory foam mattress made of high-quality dense foam layers that provide necessary comfort and hug typical for a memory foam.


Loom and Leaf vs. Tempur Pedic Mattress Comparison

Below is our comprehensive side-by-side comparison of the Loom and Leaf vs. Tempur Pedic mattress.

 Loom and LeafTempur Luxe Breeze
Layers2″ 4lb gel memory foam, 2.5″ of 5lb visco-elastic memory foam, 2″ transition loft pad, 5.5″ high-density foam core basePureCool+ Phase Change Top Layer, TEMPUR-CM+ Layer, Ventilated TEMPUR-APR Foundation Layer
CoverMade from 100% organic cotton with a circular knit top, quilted with a 5/8” foam layerThin, removable cotton cover
FirmnessRelaxed Firm: 6 out of 10
Firm: 8 out of 10
4-5 out of 10
Motion TransferVery minimalVery minimal
Warranty15 years10 years
Trial Period120 days90 days
Shipping$85-$99, full service in-home deliveryIn-home delivery
Refunds & ReturnsYesYes


Which Mattress Is Right for You?

Choose Loom and Leaf mattress if you like:

  • A medium or hard firmness – The Loom & Leaf is available in two firmness options: a medium and firm. The medium is a 6 out of 10 on the firmness scale and the hard is an 8 out of 10. This makes the Loom and Leaf mattresses suitable for people with different firmness preferences and different body weights.
  • A balanced feel – The padded cover, thick comfort layer, and high-quality materials of this mattress create a balanced feel that will be enjoyable by most sleepers.
  • A mattress that uses natural materials – The Loom and Leaf is known for using plant-based foams, organic cotton cover, and natural fire-retardant thistle.
  • A thick and supportive mattress – The thick construction and high-density foam of this mattress makes it suitable for sleepers of different weights as it provides a necessary comfort and perfect support even to heavier sleepers.
  • Full service in-home delivery – The Loom and Leaf may be an ideal choice for you if you don’t like unboxing the mattress and setting it up yourself as the Loom and Leaf provides full service in-home delivery. The mattress will be delivered directly to you by truck and professionally installed.

Choose Tempur Luxe Breeze if you like:

  • The feel of the memory foam – If you like the soft feel of full memory foam mattresses, then the Tempur Luxe Breeze may be the right choice for you. It is an all foam mattress, made of the high-quality dense foam layers that provide necessary comfort and hug typical for memory foam.
  • Soft mattresses – The Luxe Breeze a very soft all foam mattress. Its top comfort layers provide enough cushioning and they perfectly mold to your body.
  • Sharing your bed – Memory foam is known for causing minimal or no motion transfer at all, and the Luxe Breeze does a good job at isolating excessive motion transfer as well due to its dense memory foam layers. Therefore, if you plan on sharing your bed with a partner, this mattress may be ideal for you. You can change your position or get in and out of bed during the night freely without disturbing your beloved one.

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