So, you’re a Canadian shopper looking to buy a new mattress online. You’ve figured out your preferences, done some “mattress reviews Canada” research on Sleepopolis *wink wink* and have finally settled on what you hope will be the bed of your dreams! Easy as can be, right? Well… not always.
In your search, you probably learned that a lot of bed-in-a-box brands are located in the United States and unfortunately don’t ship their mattresses outside the country, which can be particularly frustrating for those of you just across the border in search of the perfect mattress in a box Canada.
But never fear! In the past few years, a handful of excellent Canadian mattress companies have heard your call and set up shop above the 49th parallel to bring some much-needed comfort to sleepers all the way from Nova Scotia to British Columbia.
To help you get started on your search, I’ve assembled some of my favorite Canadian brands below and even thrown in a few American ones that provide free shipping for their neighbors to the North.
Best Canadian Mattresses
- Best for the Money – Douglas
- Best for Hip Pain – Casper
- Best Mattress for Back Pain – Leesa
- Best Soft Feel – Polysleep
- Best for Combo Sleepers – Recore
- Best Hybrid – Brunswick
- Best Memory Foam – Novosbed
- Best for Back Sleepers – Logan and Cove
- Best Mattress for Hot Sleepers – Endy
MATTRESS BUYING GUIDE CANADA
To make it onto my Best Mattress Canada list, brands had to meet a few different criteria. First and foremost, high marks were doled out to Canadian mattress companies that design, manufacture and assemble their products all in Canada. Secondly, I gave preference to any brands that have headquarters in the country as I feel an official presence on the ground says a lot about a company’s investment in a place.
After coming up with a list of those brands with meaningful connections to Canada, I narrowed it down even further to focus on companies that make the best quality mattresses. While a subjective term like “best quality” is going to mean different things to different people, for me it’s all about a thoughtful design process that uses superior materials in an innovative way to bring the most comfort to the consumer at the best price. I think too that this process must support the phenomenal work being done across Canada to fight climate change by keeping things as local and sustainable as possible.
And of course I also considered comfort, ratings, cost in CAD, warranties, trial periods, other mattress reviews Canada, delivery rates and all those other fun things in my decision-making process.
Best Mattress for the Money
Billed as the “most Canadian mattress in Canada,” the Douglas mattress from GoodMorning.com is built with Canadian-sourced materials in factories throughout Ontario and Quebec. This makes for an all-foam bed that’s not only comfortable, but also proudly homegrown.
The all-foam design is comprised of three sections of different foam: gentle gel memory foam, buoyant Elastex foam and durable high-density poly foam. This combination of materials makes for a balanced foam feel that should satisfy anyone with a penchant for something softer. And for those on a budget, the CAD$899 & $799 price tags for a King/Queen is also a pretty big plus for the Douglas.
Check out my full review of the Douglas mattress.
Canada cred: 100% of every Douglas mattress is made to order in Ontario and Quebec.
With its balanced, all-foam construction, the Canadian Douglas mattress will likely satisfy a wide range of sleepers. Click the link to check current pricing.
Best Mattress for Hip Pain
You might be surprised to see Casper on this list, but the popular mattress company has officially established a physical presence in Canada with a new Toronto HQ and a soon-to-be provincewide collection of retail locations.
What this means is that Canadians can now enjoy free shipping on the brand’s ever-growing line of beds, which includes the Wave (a luxury all-foam option), Essential (no-fuss affordable model) and flagship Casper (featuring Zoned Support).
While we like the Casper mattresses for a lot of reasons, we’re especially into how cool they sleep thanks to their breathable, open-cell foam designs.
For a more detailed breakdown, make sure to check out my side-by-side comparison of all three Casper beds.
Canada cred: Brand new headquarters in Toronto, with brick-and-mortar locations soon to open across the country.
The memory foam, latex, and heavy-duty poly foam work together to offer sleepers a beautifully balanced feel!
Best Mattress for Back Pain
If you’re sleeping on a mattress that doesn’t have the right feel for your personal sleep style or preference then it can be putting your body all out of alignment. That misalignment can lead to aches and pains in your back if it goes on for too long. The Leesa Original is an all-foam mattress with a medium firm feel, providing a balanced feel of support and comfort in multiple sleep positions.
By providing an even blended foam feel, the Leesa is a great choice for combination sleepers that roll around throughout the night. So if you’re looking for a mattress that will provide proper spinal alignment to help you avoid back pain, check out the Leesa Original.
Learn everything you need to know in our Leesa mattress review.
Made from a blend of proprietary foam, memory foam, and high-density poly foam, the Leesa Mattress offers a softly balanced feel that's great for a wide range of sleepers!
Best Soft Mattress
Designed, manufactured and assembled all in Montréal, Polysleep is dedicated to improving its customers’ sleep in true Canadian style with a best quality all-foam design that’s as functional as it is comfortable.
This comfort is derived from the bed’s gentle foam construction, which combines soft memory foam with high-density poly foam for some deep pressure relief. The functionality comes through in both the water-repellent cover and the perforated top comfort layer. While the former has its obvious benefits (hello coffee in bed!), the latter is great because it makes for a super breathable structure that sleeps cool.
For more, check out my full review of the Polysleep mattress.
Canada cred: The entire manufacturing process takes place in Montreal. Ships free to Canadians from coast-to-coast.
A thick layer of memory foam makes the Polysleep mattress fantastic for those in need of deep pressure relief. Use code SLEEPOPOLIS to save 15% on all Polysleep mattresses and pillows!
Best Mattress for Combo Sleepers
Not everyone stays in one position throughout the whole night, and if you tend to roll around and adjust you know how annoying it can be to feel stuck in your mattress. Well the Recore is provides great mobility thanks to a graphite infused latex comfort layer, so you can find the perfect position to rest easy at night.
Along with the nice mobility it also has a nice medium firm mix of support and pressure relief, so you’ll be comfortable in multiple positions. Add that to the fact that I found the Recore to sleep cool and I think it is a great buy for Canadian shoppers looking for a good night of sleep.
Interested in learning more? Read my full review of the Recore mattress.
The Recore is an all foam mattress designed to help active sleepers recover to their full potential. This bed has great mobility, helping you avoid feeling stuck in the mattress, making it a nice choice for combo sleepers! Click the link to check current pricing.
Best Hybrid Mattress
The first wave of mattresses in the online bed in a box craze tended to be all foam options. Many of those are really comfortable beds, but if you need a bit more bounce then a hybrid mattress may be more up your alley. These beds use a mixture of foam and coil layers to provide great comfort with some added springiness.
The Brunswick has a nice medium firmness that is good for combo sleepers and the pocketed coil support layer provides some nice durability. All of that goes along with a nice durable hemp cover, so you wont have to worry about it breaking down anytime soon.
Read my full review of the Brunswick if you would like to learn more about a great hybrid mattress!
The Brunswick is a new bed in a box hybrid from Canadian company GoodMorning.com. It's got great bounce for the combo sleepers out there. Click the link to check current pricing.
Best Memory Foam Mattress
Founded in 2009, Novosbed was an early pioneer in the bed-in-a-box world and one of the first Canadian made brands to enter the space. By developing and perfecting a single mattress—the company’s flagship memory foam model—Novosbed was able to streamline its manufacturing process and grow into one of the most popular online mattress Canada retailers out there.
This foam mattress remains the brand’s signature model and combines four inches of ultra-dense memory foam with high-density poly foam for a lush, pressure-relieving sleep. The top rated bed comes in three different firmness options (soft, medium or firm) all of which can be adjusted with the aid of an optional Comfort+ layer.
Canada cred: Main HQ in Edmonton, AB. Distribution warehouses in both Toronto and Breinigsville, PA. Mother brand of popular Canadian mattress companies Logan & Cove and Douglas.
The Novosbed Mattress offers a classic memory foam feel, but also features three different firmness levels for sleepers still experimenting with their support needs! Click the link to check current pricing.
Best Mattress for Back Sleepers
Logan & Cove
Founded as the hybrid mattress Canada offshoot of the popular GoodMorning.com brand, the Logan & Cove is an ultra-luxurious model that combines a plush pillowtop with pocketed coils for a sleeping experience that aims to do it all.
The Canadian made bed is constructed of five distinct layers, stacking up to a total 14” of comfort. While the Logan & Cove would be great for a single sleeper, I was particularly impressed by how well it did on the motion transfer and edge support tests, which told me it would make a fantastic online mattress Canada choice for couples. Given its supportive coils, I’d also consider it one of the best firm mattress Canada picks on the market.
See my fullLogan and Cove mattress review for more details.
Canada cred: Main HQ in Edmonton, AB. Claims to offer free shipping to 99% of Canadians, requiring fees only for those in remote locations.
U.S. MATTRESSES AVAILABLE IN CANADA
Next up on this Mattress Buying Guide Canada roundup, I wanted to give a shout out to all the great American-made brands shipping their beds up to Canada free of charge. I should note that this section isn’t meant to be exhaustive, but merely to highlight some of the big name bed-in-a-box brands dipping their toes into the online bedding Canada world.
The Purple has nice bounce as well as a medium mix of support and pressure relief that makes it a great pick for the combo sleepers out there.
If you’ve been shopping online for a new mattress, chances are you’ve come across a lot of information about Purple. Since its founding in 2016, the brand has exploded into one of the biggest names on the market, thanks in large part to its distinctive hyper-elastic polymer smart comfort grid.
Though the brand has grown to include four different mattresses (the Original Purple and three firmness iterations of the New Purple), Canadians can currently only get their hands on the Original, an all-foam model great for pressure relief and temperature regulation. They can also enjoy the company’s extensive accessory line, which includes sheets, pillows, seat cushions and pet beds. For more on Purple, check out my full reviews of the Original and New mattresses.
Canada cred: Free shipping all across the country, excluding the New Purple and adjustable power bases.
U.S. BRANDS THAT’LL SHIP… FOR A PRICE
And finally, I wanted to include those U.S. mattresses that can be shipped to Canada with a little extra cost. While this may not be ideal for everyone, the added fee might be worth it for those of you who have already developed a fondness for a certain online bedding Canada brand and don’t mind paying a bit to get it.
With a true medium firm feel, the AS3 is ideal for combo sleepers.
As the name suggests, Amerisleep is an American-made brand that’s been shaking up things south of the Canada–United States border for years with its extensive line of plant-based foam mattresses. If you’ve been hankering for one of these beds (and spent the requisite hours googling “Amerisleep Canada where to buy”), I’m here to let you know that it’s easier than you might think.
These beds come in a variety of firmnesses, ranging from the ultra-firm AS1 to the medium firm Amerisleep AS3 all the way to the lush AS5, so are built to satisfy a wide range of different sleepers. While having one of these bad boys shipped to Canada will run you a cool $200 Customs and Import fee, you might find it a small price to pay for the array of firmness options. I should also note that the brand regularly offers discounts, which could offset this fee.
For more on Amerisleep Canada, check out my comparison of its many mattresses, here.
Whether you choose the standard or luxe edition, Helix mattresses have something to offer every style of sleeper!
Helix occupies a unique space in the bed-in-a-box sphere as it provides some of the most customizable comfort out there. Upon first visiting the site, customers fill out a short sleep questionnaire, which automatically generates a mattress recommendation based on their individual responses.
If you’re a first time mattress buyer and aren’t exactly sure what kind of feel you’re after, Helix could make a fantastic pick for you. Just know that shipping this mattress to Canada will cost you C$150 as well as a Customs Tax, all of which will be applied at checkout. Want to figure out if the Helix is worth this chunk of change? Take a peek at my full review of the mattress.
This mattress is offered in three different firmness levels so that sleepers can be sure to pick the one that's just right.
Nest Bedding’s been in the mattress game since 2011 in which time its developed an ever-growing line of products geared at getting its customers a healthier night’s sleep.
As far as mattresses are concerned, the brand boasts everything from all-foam models to hybrids to eco-friendly beds and everything in between, making it difficult not to find something to love in its diverse collection. And as part of its worldwide initiative, Nest promises to ship its goods anywhere, as long as the customer’s willing to split shipping costs with the company. For more on Nest Bedding, check out my guide to all its different beds.
Featuring three mattresses (the all-foam Bowery, hybrid Signature and cooling Aurora), Brooklyn Bedding has been at the forefront of the bed-in-a-box movement for the better part of a decade.
While the company prides itself on designing and manufacturing all its products in its home factory in Arizona, it does ship beds to its fans up North for a fee. Shipping to Canada is done via UPS and starts at $270 a mattress, with smaller accessory items coming with custom quotes depending on the order. If that expense doesn’t phase you in the slightest, check out my full reviews of the Bowery, Signature and Aurora.
Summary: The Best Canadian Mattresses
|Mattress||Best For||Price (Queen)||Coupon||Review|
|Douglas||For the Money||$749||N/A||Read Our Review!|
|Casper||Hip Pain||$1,395||Casper Coupon||Read Our Review!|
|Leesa||Back Pain||$1,290||Leesa Coupon||Read Our Review!|
|Polysleep||Soft||$950||Polysleep Coupon||Read Our Review!|
|Recore||Combination Sleepers||$849||N/A||Read Our Review!|
|Brunswick||Hybrid||$749||N/A||Read Our Review!|
|Novosbed||Memory Foam||$999||N/A||Read Our Review!|
|Logan & Cove||Back Sleepers||$999||N/A||Read Our Review!|
|Endy||Cooling||$850||Endy Coupon||Read Our Review!|