The new Bye Bye Mattress program is making it easier than ever for communities across the country to get rid of their old beds ethically.
UK-based mattress company Silentnight has launched its Eco Comfort collection, featuring beds built of recycled plastic water bottles.
Online bedding brand Tomorrow Sleep is venturing offline and into CB2 stores, making its first leap into brick-and-mortar retail.
Bose Corporation has just launched noise-masking earbuds, solely engineered to help you get the perfect night’s sleep.
Tech startup Dreem just received $35 million in new funding to power its sleep tracker technology, which includes a headband and smartphone app.
Purple Mattress continues to expand its offline presence, this time moving into 16 additional Mattress Firm stores across San Francisco, California.
Auratek Textiles has engineered a fabric designed to promote skin health, and it will officially be available for pre-order in July.
Eight has developed a Smart Mattress app that teaches sleepers how to improve their bedtime habits.
Raymour & Flanigan recently partnered with Papa John’s to give their customers free pizza and take a friendly stab at bed-in-the-box competitors.
Leesa Sleep has launched its first ever adjustable base, complete with wireless remote and silent motor.
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