Lull Mattress

Lull Mattress Review

Lull offers 3 mattresses that are making a splash in the customer review and mattress blogosphere. Some of the differentiators of the Lull mattresses are their prioprietary blend of memory and poly foams, which work together to cradle the spine and relieve pressure point pain. Overall, customers mostly have good things to say. Those with negative feedback mostly mentioned firmness issues.


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Mattress Scores


Overall Score: 8.9/10

Customer Satisfaction: 8.9/10

Price Value: 8.7/10

No Back Pain: 8.8/10

Price: $799-$2299

Trial Period: 365 Nights

Lull's Specifics

Lull has grown over the years. Starting with one foam memory foam mattress in a box, they have transformed into a well-known online mattress brand with three mattresses. With popular influencer marketing campaigns, Lull's customer feedback has mostly been very good. Exceptions mostly mention issues with firmness and perceived quality for the price.


Quality of Materials

One of Lull's primary benefits is the blend of foam layers they use in their mattresses. Their Original mattress is devoted to a three layer design with the added bonus of a proprietary high resilience foam.

Lull's first mattress is their original, three layer foam design which is well-balanced and medium-firm. Here are the details of what's inside the 10" Original Lull Mattress:

Layer 1: The cover is made of moisture wicking and soft polyester and rayon for stretch, smooth-to-the-touch softness, and cooling.

Layer 2: 1.5'' gel-infused memory foam layer relieves pressure points, contours around the body, and also keeps things cool by transferring heat away from the body.

Layer 3: 1.5'' proprietary high-resilience transition foam provides a bouncier response similar to latex that keeps the spine aligned and allows the back to properly relax.

Layer 4: 7'' base support layer gives the bed shape and foundational support, while further supporting the spine and having durability without being hard as a rock.


Next, Lull's Premium mattress features a thicker 12" design with a softer quilted top layer. Here are the details of what's inside the Original Premium Mattress:

Layer 1: It all starts with the quilted memory foam cover, which features open-cell memory foam quilted directly into the cover. This layer provides extra pillowy pressure relief.

Layer 2: The first primary comfort layer is 2" of cooling-gel bead infused memory foam. These cooling beads diffuse heat away from the body and the contouring of memory foam cushions the hips and shoulders.

Layer 3: 2" of Lull's proprietary high resilience foam is supportive and responsive with a balanced feel.

Layer 4: 7" of base support foam that is high density for a firm support that helps keeps the back aligned.


Lastly, Lull's Luxe Hybrid offers the addition of pocketed coils for a more relaxed support and less partner disturbance. Here are the details of what's inside the 13" Luxe Hybrid Mattress:

Layer 1: Similar to the Premium mattress, the Luxe features open-cell memory foam quilted into the cover. This breathable layer offers a fluffy feel on the top layer for extra plush comfort.

Layer 2: The cooling comfort layer is 2" of cooling gel bead infused memory foam. It contours to the body and provides a soft, pressure-relieving feel.

Layer 3: Another layer of high-resilience fast response foam gently transitions so sleepers above have plenty of range of motion.

Layer 4: The last layer is an edge-reinforced pocketed coil system. Each coil independently reacts to the body for less pressure point pain.


Overall Comfort

Lull's three mattresses get good initial reports from customers. With their esssential foams in the top layers, most experience comfort, but some found their mattresses to be firmer than expected. If you have a smaller body type and are a side sleeper, you may do better with softer mattresses.



The Lull mattresses are rated medium-firm and should work best for those that are back sleepers, stomach sleepers, or bigger side sleepers.


Back Pain Relief

There are several reviews that claim that these mattresses have relieved back discomfort. Because they are medium firm, they will work best for average-sized back and stomach sleepers.



With the enhancements of the gel bead infused foams, these mattresses should sleep cool for most sleepers. Some very warm sleepers may experience some heat retention on the top layers.


Who Are Lull Mattresses Good For?

These mattresses are good options for anyone that is looking for standard, medium firm mattresses -- best for medium-sized back and stomach sleepers.

Frequently Asked Questions About Lull


Is the Lull mattress any good?


Overall, most customers have good things to say about the quality, comfort, and balanced support of the Lull mattresses. Those that had issues mostly mentioned firmness issues or a lack of support in some cases.


Do you need a box spring for a Lull mattress?


No. Lull mattresses do best with solid foundations and those with slats that are 5 inches or less apart.


Is the Lull mattress toxic?


Lull mattresses use CertiPUR-US® approved foams, which is a low VOC (volatile organic compound) standard. They are made without harmful chemicals such as formaldehyde, ozone depleters, heavy metals and certain flame retardants that may cause cancer and genetic defects. Those with severe chemical sensitivities may require those with more rigorous certification.