DreamCloud Mattress Review
This review takes a look at the new DreamCloud mattress, a luxury hybrid pocketed coil / foam and latex mattress that recently hit the online market.
DreamCloud Sleep promises an unparalleled sleeping experience with their new bed by combining premium materials with 8 layers in a 15″ high mattress at an extremely affordable price.
If you like the feel of memory foam with the support and responsiveness of coils and latex, with super premium materials and craftsmanship, then the DreamCloud mattress may be for you.
Besides this, the company DreamCloud Sleep also sets themselves apart from other mattress retailers by offering an industry leading 365 night sleep trial and their “Everlong” lifetime warranty. (Review updated)
Is the DreamCloud Mattress Right for You?
Buy the DreamCloud Mattress if you like:
- Sleeping on your back and stomach – The combination of pressure-relieving foam and supportive wrapped coils makes this mattress perfect for back and stomach sleepers.
- A luxury feel at a reasonable price – The use of plush memory foam, hand tufted Cashmere and other highest quality materials in the construction of the DreamCloud gives it a luxurious feel at a price that is closer to that of a non-luxury hybrid mattress with a much smaller thickness and cheaper, artificial materials.
- Sharing your bed – The individually wrapped coils are excellent at isolating and controlling motion, which makes the DreamCloud an ideal choice for couples with different sleeping habits.
- Mattress that sleeps cool – The DreamCloud does a good job of sleeping cool due to the gel infused foam top layer as well as the innerspring coil layer which by design provides good airflow and discourages heat retention.
You might not like the DreamCloud Mattress if:
- You do not like the bounce and responsiveness that hybrid mattresses provide – The DreamCloud is a hybrid mattress featuring latex and pocketed coils in its construction which makes it have a lot more bounce and responsiveness than all foam mattresses.
- You do not like the feel of sleeping on top of a mattress – If you do not like the feel of sleeping on top of a mattress but you prefer the hugging and cushioning feel of a traditional memory foam, then the DreamCloud might not be the best option for you.
DreamCloud Mattress Review Video
Construction and Materials
This is a 15″ hybrid pocketed coil, latex, and foam mattress made up of 8 layers.
- 2″ Top Comfort Layer – This layer is 2″ of TrueTufted cashmere top cover that provides comfort and the sumptuousness to the mattress. The cover is hand tufted which is something usually found in mattresses costing 3-4x more.
- .5″ Cooling Layer – This layer is .5″ of Gel Infused Memory Foam that provides cooling to the top layers of the mattress
- 1.75″ Comfort Layer – This layer is 1.75″ of soft quilted memory foam designed to provide pressure relief and comfort.
- .5″ Response Layer – This layer is .5″ of natural hypoallergenic latex designed to provide bounce and contour.
- .25″ Support Layer – This layer is .25″ of DreamPlush supportive memory foam that provides additional body contouring.
- .5″ Transition Layer – This layer is .5″ of DreamPlush high density supportive memory foam that works to provide a transition layer between the upper comfort layers and the lower coil support layer.
- 8″ Support Layer – This layer is 7″ of high quality steel pocketed innerspring coils with a 5-zone layers that provide exceptional support to the body with varying stiffness depending on the zone, giving you support where it is needed most.
- 1.5″ Base Foundation Layer – This layer is a final 1.5″ of high density super soft memory foam that provides the lower foundation layer to the mattress and deep compression support.
The cover is double tufted and made of cashmere- which really imparts a luxury feel to the mattress that is often not found on mattresses costing 2-3x what the DreamCloud costs, and also inhibits bedbugs and is breathable and soft.
The hand tufting process involves a cord that is run through the mattress and anchored on each end by a rosette of yarn, which compresses the mattress layer materials and binding them together so they do not move or shift laterally.
There are 30 of these hand-sewn tufts per queen Dream Cloud mattress. This process takes 1-2 hours per mattress and is something usually only found on super premium mattresses sold in retail stores costing upwards of $5-6000, which needless to say is a huge selling point for this bed.
Firmness & Support
This luxury hybrid mattress is a universal comfort model, which means that it only comes in one firmness option, designed to appeal to a wide range of sleepers.
The multiple layers all work together to provide a level of firmness that works for sleepers of all different weights, which is something that hybrid mattresses are good at doing.
The company puts it between 5.5-7.5 on a 1-10 scale with 1 being soft and 10 being hard. This is nicely illustrated by the graphic that you can find on their website and that’s given below.
We personally felt it to be around a 6.5 out of 10 (10 being the firmest). It was really comfortable due to the luxurious materials used in the quilted cover and foam layers.
Most hybrid mattresses feel on the firmer side to me, as I am significantly heavier than Kaye, and I tend to press through the top comfort layers and feel more of the support layers in most mattresses.
However with the 15″ thick DreamCloud Sleep mattress, I definitely feel the soft plush top comfort layers and at the same time my heavier weight (230lbs) is supported by the pocketed coil layers.
As we are primarily side sleepers, we like mattresses that provide enough give in the top comfort layer to support our shoulders and hips, while also having the firmness if we switch to our stomach or back.
Some hybrid mattresses are a little too firm for our taste, and have in the past left me with numbness and pain in my shoulders and arms, but this was not the case with the DreamCloud.
It was of a perfect firmness for me in that it cradled my shoulders and hips to prevent the appearance of pressure points or any other kind of discomfort or body aches while it also provided enough support to lift my heavy body weight, prevent me from sinking too far down into the mattress and keep my spine properly aligned.
The multiple layers of foam and latex in the top comfort layers do an excellent job at cradling your body when sleeping on your side, and at the same time providing the support needed for back and stomach sleeping.
The top memory foam and latex comfort layers provide excellent body hug and contour with the underlying spring support layer providing the deep compression support for the body, and the cashmere hand tufted top layer is unbelievably comfortable.
Due to the high quality hybrid construction and materials, including an unprecedented 8 layers of materials – this bed provides the support a heavy sleeper such as myself needs, with the comfort there at the same time that both Kaye and myself prefer as a couple sharing a mattress.
The DreamCloud is extremely comfortable, and is the most comfortable hybrid mattress (or any mattress honestly) that we have tested to date.
The 15″ thick mattress has 8 different layers, of which the top comfort foam layers do an excellent job providing a comfortable sleeping surface that molds and hugs your body.
The gel-infused foam top layer does a great job at preventing heat buildup while the hand tufted cashmere cover also makes the exterior nice and comfortable. Immediately upon lying down on the mattress you feel enveloped in soft, luxurious, comfort. It really is something else.
The hybrid construction with the pocketed coil support layer along with the layer of latex in the top comfort layers provides the expected bounce to the mattress, while the multiple foam top layers provide good body contour and hug.
DreamCloud Sleep really raises the bar with the level of comfort in this mattress. As mentioned, the top layers of memory foam and the tufted cashmere cover impart a sumptuousness that is unsurpassed by any other hybrid (or other mattress) we have tested at Memory Foam Talk over the last few years.
This mattress is both very supportive as well as being a very comfortable, and the premium materials all lend themselves to accomplishing this at a very attractive price that is hard to beat for a mattress with this many features and that is 15″ thick.
This luxury hybrid mattress does a good job of sleeping cool due to the gel-infused foam top layer as well as the innerspring coil layer which by design provides good airflow and discourages heat retention.
Sleeping hot is a big pet peeve of ours, (especially living in Texas) and is something that many all foam mattresses struggle with. Being a hybrid, however, this bed has an advantage over all foam mattresses by the inclusion of the innerspring coil layer which helps with air circulation.
As such, the use of the gel foam layer, the latex layer, and the cashmere top cover combined with the hybrid coil construction all do a great job of ensuring the mattress sleeps cooler than most mattresses we have reviewed.
Sinkage & Motion Transfer
The DreamCloud mattress does an excellent job with sinkage, especially compared to most we have reviewed. As we always preach, sinkage and motion transfer are largely weight dependent.
The fact that I weigh around 230lbs tends to have a rather large bearing on the degree of sinkage I experience when sitting and lying on a mattress.
Because of my heavy weight, on most, I tend to cause them to compress down quite a bit when sitting on the edge, or sitting upright in bed.
Kaye, who is half my weight, experiences much less sinkage than I do, but again this is to be expected due to her much lighter weight and the fact that she doesn’t compress the mattress down as much as I do.
This is not a problem with this mattress, in that not only does the 15″ thick construction prevent sinkage from my heavy weight, the premium layers of foam and high quality innerspring coil layer do an excellent job at preventing sinkage in the least bit.
Edge support is also very good, due to the use of reinforced edge layer in the mattress construction. I did not compress the mattress much at all when sitting on the edge, and when sleeping near the edge did not experience any of the “rolling off” the edges or having them compressed under my weight.
Motion transfer is more present than in most all foam mattresses we have reviewed, as to be expected with a hybrid coil mattress which provides more bounce than a foam or latex due to the innerspring coils in its construction.
However, the multiple foam layers used in the construction of this premium mattress limit excessive movement to a large degree.
We didn’t feel much disruption or shaking of the mattress when we got in and out of the bed and when we moved around, which is often to be expected from the hybrid coil construction of these types of mattresses which are more responsive and thus bouncier.
Smell / Off-Gassing
This mattress also gets high marks in this category for not having a noticeable smell upon opening the box. The hybrid coil / foam construction minimized the degree of off-gassing that all foam mattresses usually have.
DreamCloud Sleep offers much more than the standard services that most bed-in-a-box online mattress companies are offering these days, which is something that really sets the company and this mattress apart from the rest. This includes the following:
- 365 night Trial period
- Everlong Lifetime Warranty
- Free Shipping
- 100% money back guarantee for Returns / Refunds
- Get 15% off sitewide!
The company also provides white glove delivery and setup, and will even arrange to have your mattress cleaned after a one year period (a $300 value), and after 5 years of ownership, the company will even recondition your mattress to like new condition – which is definitely something we have never heard offered before!
The company is really looking to go above and beyond for the customer to deliver a premium experience with purchasing their mattress that is over and above any other similar mattresses sold online.
The DreamCloud also has a “Forever Warranty” which gives a lifetime warranty that protects the mattress from defects in materials and worksmanship. For more information, the link below at www.DreamCloudSleep.com has more information.
The DreamCloud mattress is very reasonably priced – coming in at $1199 for a Queen, (you can get 15% off sitewide by clicking here) which is a good price given the quality materials and construction used in this mattress.
The DreamCloud Sleep hybrid bed is a excellent luxury hybrid coil / foam / latex mattress that provides the benefits of both innerspring and memory foam materials.
The DreamCloud provides an optimal degree of bounce and responsiveness from the coil hybrid design and latex layer included in the construction.
While this makes the mattress have some motion transfer, there isn’t much due to the multiple layers of memory foam used in the layers that helps minimize movement between sleepers.
Again, this bed is unbelievably comfortable, due to all the comfort layers and the use of cashmere in their top cover layer- something usually found in mattresses 3-4x priced much higher.
It also sleeps very cool due to the use of gel infused memory foam layer in its comfort layers as well as the innerspring pocketed construction that helps prevents heat buildup.
The mattress has minimal sinkage and good edge support as well, which all lends it to it being a great mattress for couples as well as those that like the bounce of innerspring mattresses and the hug and contour of foam.
In our opinion, the DreamCloud is the best hybrid mattress we have ever slept on and tested to date, and is our top pick for hybrid mattresses and one of our top overall picks as well in our Top 10 Best Mattresses Guide.
If you want a bed that sleeps cool and is super supportive and comfortable at a price 3-4x less than competing in-store mattresses of the same quality, with a lifetime warranty and 365 night sleep guarantee – the DreamCloud simply cannot be beat.
Hopefully, this review of the Dream Cloud helps you out with your next purchase decision! If you have any questions, feel free to let us know.
DreamCloud Sleep vs WinkBeds
The term hybrid can be heard everywhere these days. It is widely used in different industries from car and agriculture to mattress industry, etc.
When used for mattresses, the term usually means the product combines innersprings with memory foam or latex materials to provide the best of both worlds. Therefore, hybrid mattresses are thought to offer the most sensational sleep experience and they emerged to be among the most preferred beds.
Today we’ll be comparing two luxury hybrid beds the DreamCloud Sleep and WinkBeds, so if you are looking for a quality hybrid bed, this review may help you choose the right one for your needs.
Read the full DreamCloud Sleep vs. WinkBeds.
DreamCloud Sleep vs Sapira
Are you thinking about buying a hybrid mattress online? If so, then you’ve come to the right place.
Today again, we’ll be focusing on the characteristics and benefits of two luxury hybrid beds, the DreamCloud Sleep mattress and the Sapira. Hopefully this review may help you choose the one that will best meet your specific needs and preferences.
Let’s take a closer look at how the following features and services differ for these two quality hybrid mattresses.
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DreamCloud Sleep vs Nectar
There are many things to consider when buying a mattress, beginning with size, comfort, and price. If you are looking for a luxury, comfortable and affordable mattress that will last longer and provide you with a quality sleep, then you’ve come to the right place.
In today’s review, we’ll be comparing two highest quality mattresses DreamCloud Sleep and Nectar coming from the same mattress company Nectar Sleep, and perhaps one of these may be a perfect choice for your needs.
Both mattresses are soft and comfortable, offering a sound, undisturbed sleep. While the Nectar is an all foam mattress of a medium softness and high durability, the DreamCloud Sleep is a luxury hybrid that blends high-quality memory foam, cashmere, latex, and support of micro-coils to provide a truly memorable sleeping surface.
Read the full DreamCloud Sleep vs. Nectar Comparison!