Fresno, California-based bed maker Pleasant Mattress Inc. has introduced Maxx beds, a hybrid bed line that features a coil core, high-density foams, Joma wool and Talalay latex.
Eight beds retail from $1,499 to $2,499 in queen size.
The beds have vertically striped sewn borders in apparel-inspired shades of heathered taupe, gray and black, and a contrasting white panel fabric that is either quilted or unquilted, depending on the collection.
Max Response has a smooth top and waterfall edge with an exclusive 3Mesh Ventilating layer in the bed’s cushion. The mattress uses a foam-encased Samson spring unit with individually wrapped coils and is available in plush and luxury firm.
Max Conform also has a foam-encased Samson spring unit with individually wrapped coils that is said to be designed to be sensitive to body contours. Its panel has a horizontal quilt top.
Max Support uses a foam-encased double-offset-coil innerspring unit. Max Support and Max Conform are available in euro-top, firm and plush models.
“We’re beyond excited to introduce Maxx to the marketplace,” said Rion Morgenstern, president and chief executive officer. “Our more than 55 years building mattresses have given us great insight into how to craft a well-made, supportive and long-lasting bed. We’ve gone above and beyond and truly over-engineered these mattresses for longevity. Mattress returns due to body impressions are not good for the retailer or for the manufacturer. We’ve constructed Maxx with components that will hold up and lower those return rates.”
Pleasant Mattress also launched a website for the collection, MaxxMattress.com.