Leesa vs. Loom & Leaf Mattress Comparison

Introduction

Leesa Sleep, LLC, first launched in 2014. The brand’s flagship mattress, the Leesa, is constructed with a mixed-foam comfort system featuring layers of Avena® foam and memory foam. The support core is made of polyfoam.

Loom & Leaf was founded in 2015; its parent company, Saatva, launched in 2010. Loom & Leaf’s flagship mattress features layers of gel memory foam and standard memory foam in the comfort system; the support core contains two layers of polyfoam. This mattress is available in ‘Medium’ and ‘Firm’ ratings.

Please note that Leesa also sells the Sapira mattress. This hybrid model is designed with a memory foam comfort layer and a pocketed coil support core. The Sapira is not included in this mattress comparison; only the flagship Leesa and Loom & Leaf mattresses will be discussed.

Both Leesa and Loom & Leaf have received average to above-average customer satisfaction ratings. This page will compare the Leesa and Loom & Leaf mattresses based on construction, performance, and pricing, as well as the policies and general reputation of both brands.

Brand Summary

Pros of the Leesa mattress include:

  • Virtually no noise
  • Above-average motion isolation
  • Good conforming and pressure relief
  • Relatively low price-point

Pros of the Loom & Leaf mattress include:

  • Above-average motion isolation
  • Good conforming and pressure relief
  • Two firmness options
  • Longer-than-average sleep trial and hassle-free returns

You might not be suited for the Leesa mattress if:

  • You tend to sleep hot
  • You want a mattress with good edge support
  • You would rather sleep on a mattress that rates higher or lower than ‘Medium-Firm’
  • You prefer a mattress that has been evaluated for long-term durability

You might not be suited for the Loom & Leaf mattress if:

  • You tend to sleep hot
  • You want a mattress with good edge support
  • You would rather purchase a mattress with a completely nonprorated warranty
  • You prefer a mattress that has been evaluated for long-term durability

Sizes and Pricing

This table features up-to-date prices for the Leesa and Loom & Leaf mattresses in all available sizes.

Mattress Model Twin Twin XL Full Queen King California King
Leesa $425 $525 $690 $840 $970 $970
Loom & Leaf $749 $849 $1,199 $1,299 $1,699 $1,699

Mattress Construction

The table below includes a detailed breakdown of Leesa and Loom & Leaf mattress components and dimensions.  

Product Name Firmness Rating Thickness Weight (Queen Size) Support Core Components Comfort Layer Components Cover Components
Leesa 6 (Medium Firm) 10″ 67 lbs 6″ 1.8 PCF Foam (32 ILD) 2″ 3.65 PCF Avena Foam (20 ILD)
2″ 3 Memory PCF Polyfoam (9 ILD)
Woven Polyester and Lycra® Spandex
Loom & Leaf 5.5 (Medium)
8 (Firm)
12″ 93 lbs 2″ 1.6 PCF Polyfoam
5.5″ 1.8 PCF Polyfoam
2.5″ 5 PCF Gel Memory Foam
2″ 4 PCF Memory Foam
5/8″ Foam Quilted with Organic Cotton

Shipping Information, Trial Period & Warranty

The next four data tables compare Leesa and Loom & Leaf in terms of mattress sleep trials, warranty terms, customer service, and company reputation. The first table takes a closer look at the shipping and delivery policies of both brands.

Criteria Leesa Loom & Leaf (Saatva)
Delivery fee No charge for standard deliveries Free White Glove delivery
Where do they deliver? United States (including Alaska and Hawaii), Canada, and the United Kingdom Contiguous United States (excluding Alaska and Hawaii) and Canada
How is the mattress shipped? Compressed, vacuum-sealed, and shipped in a box Not compressed or vacuum-sealed; ships in a box
Shipping box weight Not disclosed Not disclosed
Estimated delivery time (from original order) 4 to 10 business days Not disclosed
Online availability Leesa.com, Amazon.com LoomandLeaf.com, Amazon.com
Amazon.com customer rating 4.2 (630 reviews) 4.1 (86 reviews); please note this mattress is currently unavailable on Amazon.com
Brick-and-mortar availability Leesa operates one brick-and-mortar store in New York City. Loom & Leaf/Saatva does not operate any brick-and-mortar locations.
Courier used for delivery UPS Ground None; company personnel provide all deliveries
White Glove delivery?
For an extra fee, some mattress sellers provide in-home assembly and packaging waste disposal
Leesa does not offer White Glove delivery. White Glove delivery included.
Old mattress removal?
For an extra fee, some mattress sellers will remove a customer’s old mattress during the delivery and transport it to a recycling facility or donation center
Leesa does not offer old mattress removal. Old mattress removed with free White Glove delivery.

The next table lists information about the mattress sleep trials offered by Leesa and Loom & Leaf.

Criteria Leesa Loom & Leaf
Sleep trial length
Most sleep trials last at least 60 nights
100 nights 120 nights
Mandatory break-in period?
Some mattress sellers require mattress buyers to test out their mattress for a certain length of time before they can return or exchange it
30 nights None
Return charges
Some mattress companies require mattress owners to pay transportation and handling fees associated with their mattress return
Leesa mattress returns are free for customers in the lower 48 states, but customers in Alaska and Hawaii must pay a $100 return fee. None; There are no shipping or handling charges for customers.
Other fees Leesa will deduct ‘the value of any reward card received with purchase’ from the mattress refund. None
Exchanges offered?
Some mattress sellers allow customers to exchange their mattress for a different model or firmness during the sleep trial
Not disclosed. Yes; one courtesy exchange is available for the cost of a standard mattress delivery ($99).
Sleep trial available for Amazon.com customers?
In some cases, Amazon.com customers and others who do not buy their mattress directly from the brand will not qualify for the company’s sleep trial
Yes; Amazon.com customers qualify for a full 100-night sleep trial. No; customers who purchase their Loom & Leaf mattress on Amazon.com will qualify for a 75-night sleep trial.

The third table compares Leesa and Loom & Leaf based on the length, terms, and stipulations of their mattress warranties.

Criteria Leesa Loom & Leaf
Warranty length 10 years 15 years
Nonprorated coverage
During nonprorated periods, mattress owners can have their defective mattress replaced without paying a percentage of the original product price
Full nonprorated 2 years nonprorated; 13 years prorated
Prorated charges
In most cases, prorated costs of replacing a mattress are calculated by multiplying a percentage of the original product price by the number of years of ownership
None To repair or recover the mattress: customers pay a shipping fee of $99 each way.
To replace the mattress: Customers pay a delivery fee of $99 and 25% of the original price in years 3 to 5; 50% during years 6 to 10; and 75% for years 11 to 15.
Transportation/handling charges
Some mattress companies hold owners responsible for paying shipping and handling fees associated with repairing or replacing a defective mattress
Owners are responsible for shipping and handling charges associated with mattress repairs or replacements. $99 each way for repairs and recovering; $99 one-way for mattress replacement.
Foundational requirements
In many cases, a mattress seller will void an owner’s warranty if an adequate foundation is not used to support the mattress
A solid base or foundation substantial enough to support the mattress and occupant(s)’. ‘Your warranty remains valid if the mattress has been used on a platform bed. If you are using a metal frame, the warranty shall be void if the foundation is not supported by a 5- or 6-legged metal bed frame on Queen or King size. Queen and King size frames must have a vertical center support. If you have a Full or Twin size bed, your warranty will be valid with the use of a 4-legged metal frame’
Indentation depth
Most mattress sellers will only repair or replace indented mattresses if the sagging reaches a certain depth
1″ 1 1/2″

Lastly, let’s look at the customer service offerings and overall reputations of Leesa and Loom & Leaf.

Criteria Leesa Loom & Leaf
Customer service rating (1-10)
This number is based on Tuck data
6 7
Better Business Bureau Rating A- A+ (Saatva)
Company website https://www.leesa.com/ https://www.loomandleaf.com/
Online customer chat? Yes Yes
Phone number 1-844-335-3372 (calls only) 1-877-762-2882
Phone availability Monday to Friday: 9am to 9pm EST 24 hours per day, 7 days per week
Company email address [email protected] [email protected]
Social media Facebook
Instagram
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YouTube
Facebook
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Mattress Performance Comparison

Our next table compares both mattresses in terms of performance factors like durability, noise, odor, and edge support. All ratings are generated using customer reviews and experiences with Leesa and Loom & Leaf.

Category Criteria Leesa Rating Loom & Leaf Rating What Users Say
Customer Satisfaction Based on data collection, this is an overall customer sentiment regarding the Leesa and Loom & Leaf mattresses. 76% 71% Leesa has earned an above-average customer satisfaction rating compared to the rating for all foam-based models (72.5%), while Loom & Leaf has earned a slightly below-average rating.
Durability The average mattress will perform for at least seven years before it needs to be replaced Good Good Owners of both the Leesa and Loom & Leaf mattresses report minimal sagging and indentations during the first few years of use, but both brands are relatively new and the mattresses have not been assessed for long-term performance.
Motion Isolation Foam-based mattresses are designed to minimize motion and isolate it from other areas of the sleep surface, which can cut down on nighttime disruptions. Very Good Excellent Loom & Leaf owners claim their mattress offers superior motion isolation compared to other foam-based models, including the Leesa — although the latter has also earned positive ratings in this category.
Sex Foam-based mattresses are less responsive by design, and may not be as suitable for sex as innerspring or hybrid models. Fair Fair As is the case with most foam-based mattresses, neither the Leesa nor the Loom & Leaf models are particularly responsive; as a result, owners claim they are not as good for sex.
Conforming Foam-based mattresses conform closely to sleeper’s bodies, which can help align the spine, target pressure points, and alleviate back pain Very Good Very Good Both the Leesa and Loom & Leaf mattresses have earned above-average ratings from customers in terms of conforming and pressure relief.
Temperature Neutrality Foam retains more body heat than other materials, and foam mattress owners often ‘sleep hot’ as a result. Fair Fair According to our feedback, both the Leesa and Loom & Leaf models retain some body heat and sleep relatively warm.
Off-gassing Some mattresses emit particles when they are unpackaged, accompanied by unpleasant ‘off-gassing’ smells that can last for days. Fair Fair The Leesa and Loom & Leaf mattresses are both associated with some off-gassing odor, but these smells tend to dissipate within one to two days.
Edge Support Because of their construction, foam-based mattresses often provide little to no edge support and may sink prematurely in areas of the bed where people tend to sit. Poor Poor As is typical of foam-based mattresses, both the Leesa and Loom & Leaf offer little to no edge support, and may show signs of sinkage where people sit at the edges.
Noise Foam-based mattresses create little to no noise, due to their lack of springs, coils, and other metal components Excellent Very Good The Loom & Leaf mattress produces very little noise, but the Leesa is virtually silent.
Ease of Moving and Rotating All mattresses are relatively heavy when it comes to moving and rotating, but some are heavier and more unwieldy than others.   Very Good Good A Queen-size Loom & Leaf mattress outweighs the Queen-size Leesa mattress by 26 pounds, but both weigh less than 100 pounds and are considered relatively light compared to other mattresses.

A customer’s experience with a mattress often comes down to two factors: body weight and preferred sleep position. The next table compares Leesa and Loom & Leaf mattresses using these two metrics.

Sleeper Position Sleeper Weight Leesa Loom & Leaf
Side 130 lbs or less Fair Very Good
130 lbs to 230 lbs Good Very Good
230 lbs or more Good Very Good
Back 130 lbs or less Good Good
130 lbs to 230 lbs Good Good
230 lbs or more Very Good Fair
Stomach 130 lbs or less Good Good
130 lbs to 230 lbs Very Good Fair
230 lbs or more Good Fair

Conclusion

The Leesa mattress is a mixed-foam model with a current customer satisfaction rating of 76%. To learn more about this brand, please check out our Leesa Mattress Review page.

The Loom & Leaf mattress has a comfort system made with gel memory foam and polyfoam; its customer satisfaction rating is 71%. To read more, please visit our Loom & Leaf Mattress Review page.

Choosing the right mattress for you can be a difficult decision. Tuck.com strives to help mattress shoppers evaluate different models and decide which product best meets their needs and preferences. To learn more about how we compare products, please visit our Mattress Methodology page.