Posted on by Darren Waring

Sleep on a cloud...

Everyone at The Linen Cupboard sleeps on a Mattress Topper.  We simply love them.  If, like us, comfort is your thing and you can't function on fewer than eight hours of quality shut-eye, you need to invest in a Mattress Topper.

An instant upgrade for your mattress

Mattress toppers differ from mattress protectors in that their function is to provide additional comfort. They still offer a certain level of protection, but their primary purpose is to enhance the mattress, thus improving the quality of your sleep. Your mattress might be past its best, but a mattress topper is an affordable way to improve the comfort of your bed without splashing out on a new mattress.  

If you’re considering replacing your current mattress with memory foam, a mattress topper is, by far, a more economical solution. Offering  superior levels of support and comfort, mattress toppers relieve pressure points, making them ideal for those who suffer from neck and joint discomfort.

As with mattress protectors, synthetic mattress toppers are resistant to pests and allergens, such as bed bugs and dust mites.  Many allergy sufferers have told us that their mattress topper has totally changed the quality of their night's sleep.

Luxury Natural Mattress Toppers & Luxury Synthetic Mattress Toppers

We stock Natural and Synthetic mattress toppers. Both are made from the very best materials and both are fantastic to sleep on. The style that you choose will depend upon your personal preference and other factors such as the quality of your mattress and pre-existing allergies.  Needless to say, we hold every conceivable size, from single mattress toppers and 4ft small double mattress toppers to king size mattress toppers.  We even have toppers for 7ft x 7ft Large Emperor beds.

Mattress Protector or Mattress Topper?

If your current mattress is already comfortable, and you don’t require any additional support, you should consider purchasing a mattress protector to defend against damage and prolong its life. However, if you have difficulty sleeping, and your mattress doesn't provide adequate support or comfort, a mattress topper can help to give your existing mattress a new lease of life.

If you do decide to invest in a mattress topper, you may still choose a mattress protector to prolong the life of both your mattress and its new topper.  Mattress toppers can be used in between your mattress and its protector to provide extra padding, support and comfort.

It's worth remembering that mattress toppers add depth to your mattress, so be sure to invest is some extra deep fitted sheets for that finishing touch of luxury.