All of the collections from Aireloom offer meticulous design, quality materials, and a range of choices to suit most sleep preferences. However, we’d say the Karpen Luxury collection is our top pick if you’re looking for the ultimate luxurious mattress with top-end features and materials.
Crafted by hand, Aireloom puts their focus on high-quality, state-of-the-art materials for a luxurious look and feel to every mattress they offer.
The company was founded in 1940 by King Karpen, who created mattresses with an emphasis on luxury and precision. The brand still operates out of California to this day, with their aim to bring “handmade California design to the world”.
In 1992, Aireloom was bought by Earl Kluft, whose company was later acquired by the Flex Group. Despite now being owned by a large corporation, Aireloom still has the brand image of an artisanal brand that focuses on hand-made, quality mattresses. The mattresses are solely available through authorised third-party retailers and are not available online.
The brand has five mattress lines with multiple models in each. Below, we’ve reviewed the pros, cons, and key features of each collection and chosen our top picks to help you decide if a high-end mattress from Aireloom is worth its cost.
#1 Best Aireloom Mattress for Top-of-the-Line Luxury – Karpen Luxury
The Aireloom Karpen Luxury collection is the brand’s top-of-the-line range, with no expense spared on the quality of the materials used in their construction.
This collection is your best bet if you’re looking for a luxurious, high-quality mattress with all the frills, although it does come with a high price tag to match.
What We Like:
- Very comfortable
- Good back support
- Minimal off-gassing
What We Don’t Like:
- Not all information is available online
- High price
- Some reviews suggest the mattress can sag in the middle
The Karpen Luxury collection is our top pick if you’re looking for the ultimate luxurious feel. The collection features two different design options: the Luxetop and the Original Streamline, which are then available in different firmness levels.
The Luxetop design mattress is available in Plush, Luxury Firm, or Firm, while the Original Streamline design is available as Luxury Firm or Firm.
Aireloom Karpen Luxury Luxetop Design
This model has a hand-tufted, 100 percent Rayon ticking quilt that sits on top of layers of Joma™ wool, cashmere, and HiLoft FR (fire retardant) fibres. Underneath this are zoned, ventilated layers of Talalay latex and graphite visco foam (memory foam) to provide responsive support. Finally, there is a cotton knit tricot panel to support the layers above.
The two design options in the Karpen Luxury collection differ most in their comfort layer. The Luxetop mattresses are constructed from a layer of Luxus™ latex, a layer of ventilated Talalay latex, zoned micro coils, Aireluxe™ foam, and a layer of Joma™ wool or organic cotton.
These layers will differ in thickness for the Plush, Luxury Firm, and Firm options, with the Plush mattress having the thickest comfort layer and therefore having the softest feel.
Aireloom Karpen Luxury Original Streamline Design
This design has an almost identical surface layer construction to the Luxetop Design, with the same hand-tufting, Rayon ticking, and layers of silk, wool, and HR fibres. However, instead of Talalay latex, this model has HD foam for support, which, comparatively, gives it a firmer feel.
The comfort layer in the Original Streamline Design also differs from the Luxetop Design. The comfort layers are constructed from Talalay latex to contour to the body, a layer of organic cotton for added cushioning, Aireluxe foam, and zoned micro coils for durable support.
The mattresses all have the same support system, consisting of a nested coil design using 15-gauge and 16-gauge pocket coils laid out in a zoned construction to provide pressure point relief to different parts of the body.
Unfortunately, Aireloom does not disclose any specifics on the construction of their mattresses on their website, so while we can safely guess that the mattresses with a softer feel will have thicker comfort layers, it’s not clear exactly how much of each layer is in what model.
The Aireloom Karpen Luxury collection is without a doubt Aireloom’s top-of-the-line collection, offering high-quality mattresses with an extremely luxurious look and feel. What’s more, with firmness options from Plush to Firm, there is likely to be a mattress to suit the majority of sleep preferences.
For ultimate luxury, this collection is our top pick – but you should be aware that this kind of quality comes with a high price tag attached to it. A similar hybrid mattress with a big focus on luxury is the DreamCloud mattress, which is a little more affordable.
#2 Best Aireloom Mattress for Durability – Karpen Sidestitch Collection
The Aireloom Karen Sidestitch collection is described as a ‘modern classic’ and features traditional elements intermixed with innovative design.
The mattresses in this collection promise a luxurious design, with over 40 pounds of organic cotton used to create an extremely soft, comfortable feel. What’s more, this collection features mattresses with over 560 hand-stitched side-stitches to provide an extra feeling of support and durability.
What We Like:
- Handmade, high-quality look
- Good motion control
What We Don’t Like:
- Vague information provided online
The Karpen Sidestitch collection receives strong reviews for its durability – containing over 40 pounds of cotton, this is a heavy-duty mattress built to last. This collection is available as two different mattresses:
- Karpen Sidestitch Super Featherbed
- Karpen Sidestitch Rip Van Winkle
Karpen Sidestitch Super Featherbed
The Karpen Sidestitch Super Featherbed comes in just one feel and you can expect this to be an extremely soft, plush mattress – ideal for back or side sleepers who prefer a soft, cushioned surface.
The quilt of this model is made with a cotton stretch knit fabric with hand outer-tufting and includes layers of silk, wool, and HiLoft FR fibres underneath. A layer of high-density plush foam follows this, support by a cotton tricot panel support layer.
The comfort layers are constructed from Talalay latex, Aireluxe Luxury firm foam, and viscoelastic memory foam for contouring support, with an inner-tufted layer made from 54 hand-tied tufts and 42-pounds of cotton, finished with 560 sidestitches and perimeter edge support.
The Super Featherbed mattress has individually-wrapped coils supported by ultra high-density foam as a support system, giving this ultra-plush mattress durable support.
Karpen Sidestitch Rip Van Winkle
The Rip Van Winkle model is available in Luxury Firm, Medium Firm, or Extra Firm – ideal for stomach and back sleepers who prefer a firm surface.
The quilt is much the same as the Super Featherbed model and is made with a cotton stretch knit fabric and silk and wool fibres. Above the HiLoft FR fibres, however, is a Pillowflex™ layer in the Luxury Firm and Medium Firm mattresses to provide added softness to the cover. The final surface layer is constructed from high-density foam.
The comfort layers of the Rip Van Winkle model are constructed from Luxury Film ventilated latex, viscoelastic memory foam, and the same inner-tufted layer of 42-pounds of cotton with 54 hand-tied tufts and 560 sidestiches to finish.
The support system of the Rip Van Winkle mattresses is consistent for all three beds, with heavy 13-gauge offset coils and a high-density perimeter support system for edge-to-edge comfort. This is supported with a layer of ultra high-density foam for added durability.
The use of offset coils in this collection is likely to make it adept at reducing motion transfer, so this is worth bearing in mind if you are a light sleeper looking for a mattress that will provide an uninterrupted night’s sleep.
The Karpen Sidestitch collection features high-quality mattresses with the added luxury of hand-finished stitching and tufting, making this mattress a good choice if you are a fan of meticulous design. What’s more, with over 40-pounds of cotton, this is a seriously sturdy, durable collection designed to last.
For a similar feel but more affordable option, you might like to take a look at the WinkBeds Hybrid mattress, which has a durable double coil construction to create stable support that responds to your body’s movement.
#3 Most Affordable Aireloom Mattress – Aireloom Preferred Collection
The Aireloom Preferred Collection is broken down into three different categories: the Luxetop Designs, the Streamline Designs, and the Channel Streamline Designs.
These mattresses feature innovative materials, such as TENCEL fabric, Celsion Latex, and hand-tufting for a luxurious looking mattress with unique cooling properties in a range of firmness levels to suit your preferences.
What We Like:
- Good motion control
- Most affordable collection
- High-quality materials
- Range of comfort levels available
What We Don’t Like:
- Prices still unclear online
- Vague technical descriptions
When we describe the Preferred collection as the most affordable mattress range Aireloom has to offer, that’s not to say that this is a budget option.
All Aireloom mattresses are premium, high-quality beds that come with a high price tag, but the Preferred collection offers a slightly more affordable option compared to the more luxurious collections.
As mentioned above, there are three different models in the Preferred collection line: the Preferred Luxetop Designs, the Preferred Streamline Designs, and the Preferred Channel Streamline Designs.
All three models are very similar in their surface and support layers, with the main differences found in the comfort layers. The top layer of the Preferred collection is made of a Tencel fabric, a high-performance material popular for its ability to absorb moisture and wick excess heat away from the body for better temperature regulation. Underneath this are layers of silk, wool, and HiLoft FR fibres, and then a Pillowflex foam support layer.
The support system for all models is near-identical, starting with a high-density encased perimeter support to reduce roll-off on the sides of the mattress. Next, they have a support-flex system of individually-wrapped coils with a 15 or 13 ¾ gauge (depending on the model).
Each mattress is also hand-tufted: the Luxetop Design models has 49 outer-tufts, while the Streamline Designs has 36 and the Channel Streamlined Designs has just 15.
Preferred Luxetop Designs
The Preferred Luxetop Designs model is available in three different firmness options:
– M¹ Micro Coils and Firm feel
– M¹ Micro Coils with a Plush feel
– M² Micro Coils with a Plush feel.
The biggest difference in the three models is how thick each comfort layer is, with the Luxetop M¹ Micro Coils – Firm mattress having the thinnest comfort layer, while the Luxetop™ M² Micro Coils – Plush will have the thickest comfort layer giving it a soft, plush feel.
The comfort layers are constructed from CelsionPLUS™ Talalay latex, which helps the body maintain a consistent temperature while enjoying pressure relief and contouring comfort. There is then a layer of Aireluxe foam, an 8-pound layer of cotton upholstery, followed by M² or M¹ Micro Coils with a sturdy 19-gauge.
Preferred Streamline Designs
The Preferred Streamline Designs model is available in three different firmness options: Plush, Luxury Firm, and Extra Firm. While the construction of the Preferred Streamline Designs mattresses is very similar to the Luxetop mattresses, the biggest difference is in the comfort layer, which is less complex and therefore makes these mattresses more affordable.
The Preferred Streamline Designs comfort layer is comprised of a top layer of CelsionPLUS, which is a cool latex foam that helps to regulate body temperature for a more comfortable surface.
Underneath this layer is Aireluxe foam and an eight-pound layer of cotton. The Streamline mattresses have 17 gauge micro coils versus 19 gauge in the Luxetop models, giving the mattresses a firmer feel.
Preferred Channel Streamline Designs
Finally, the Preferred Channel Streamline Designs model is available in two firmness options: Plush and Firm. The surface layer of this model is very similar to the other two, with the only difference being that there is no Pillowflex layer, so the mattresses won’t feel as soft.
The comfort layer is also less complex than the other two models, with a 3.5-pound top layer of Airelle foam, followed by a high-density layer of Aireluxe foam, and then another layer of memory foam.
The construction of the mattresses in the Preferred collection has slightly fewer features than the more premium collections and the lack of things such as hand-tufting and handmade side stitches means this collection is slightly more affordable than others from Aireloom.
If you are looking for a high-end mattress with a luxury look and feel for a comparatively more affordable price, it may be worth considering the Preferred collection.
If you’re specifically looking for a hybrid mattress with innerspring and memory foam layers, you might also want to check out the Tomorrow Sleep mattress, an affordable hybrid mattress with a medium-firm feel that should suit most sleepers.
#4 Best Aireloom Latex Mattress for Contouring Comfort – Aireloom Latex
The Aireloom Latex collection promises a ‘deeper, more restful sleep’, using latex foam and hand craftsmanship to create a luxury mattress that conforms to your body for total comfort.
This collection features two different models: the Aireloom Latex Luxetop Design, and the Aireloom Latex Streamline Design, both of which include high-quality materials, such as Talalay latex, a Pillowflex layer, and high-performance Tencel fabric for a cooler sleep surface.
What We Like:
- Good edge support
- ‘On top of bed’ feeling
- Ideal for sleepers who prefer a latex mattress feel
What We Don’t Like:
- Lacks information online
- May not be ideal for people used to an innerspring or foam mattress
Both models in the Aireloom Latex collection are very similar when it comes to the surface materials used. The quilt on both the Luxetop and the Streamline mattresses is held by a true-stretch cotton tricot backing, which stretches to allow the comfort layers in the mattress to contour to the sleeper.
There is also a quilted layer of Tencel fabric, which has a soft-to-the-touch feel and excellent cooling properties. Both models also contain silk, wool, HiLoft FR fibres for enhanced cooling and comfort, a Pillowflex layer for additional cushioning, and quilting foam for support.
Aireloom Latex Luxetop Design
The Aireloom Latex Luxetop Design model is available as Ultra Plush with a latex core. The comfort layer in this mattress is different to the Aireloom Latex Streamline model in that it contains a layer of visco foam (memory foam), two layers of Talalay latex, and one layer of cotton, resulting in an ultra-plush feel for total comfort.
The Luxetop models support system is made from an Aireloom Unitized latex core, a combination of Talalay and Dunlop latex foam, and a high-density encased perimeter support to stabilise the mattress around the edges and improve its durability.
Aireloom Streamline Designs
In contrast, the Streamline models only have Talalay latex in their comfort layer. These mattresses are available as Plush with a latex core, Plush, Firm, or Luxury Firm. The Talalay latex comfort layer is therefore likely to be thicker for the Plush mattresses, and thinner for a firmer feel.
In addition, the support system of the Streamline model varies slightly in the Aireloom Latex collection. It has a high-density encased perimeter support, but only the mattress that is Plush with a latex core comes with the company’s Aireloom Unitized core.
There is a lack of substantial user reviews on the majority of Aireloom mattresses, leaving it difficult to find a common consensus on pros and cons. Generally, latex mattresses are popular for providing contouring comfort to your body without the overheating and ‘sinking’ sensation memory foam can create.
However, latex does have a unique feel that is distinctly different to foam or innerspring mattresses, so this collection may be best suited to those have slept on a latex mattress before and prefer it, and are looking for a high-end, luxury replacement.
Another latex mattress you might like to check out is the Plushbeds Botanical Bliss, a 100 percent natural latex luxury mattress that comes in soft, medium, medium-firm, and firm, so you can choose the feel that suits you best.
#5 Best Cooling Aireloom Mattress – Aspire Hybrid
Hybrid mattresses are often described as being the ‘best of both worlds’, with the contouring support and deep pressure relief of foam but retaining the spring of an innerspring mattress.
Aireloom’s Aspire Hybrid collection features two different models with cooling technology, contouring foam, and supportive coils to create a mattress that could be ideal for people who want the contouring comfort of foam mattresses but tend to sleep hot.
What We Like:
- Uses cooling technology
- Good motion control
- Lower price point than other collections
What We Don’t Like:
- Lacks details online
- Still fairly expensive compared to competitors
The Aspire Hybrid collection is available in two different modes: the Aspire Hybrid Coil Support, and the Aspire Hybrid HD Foam Support.
Aspire Hybrid Coil Support
The Aspire Hybrid Coil Support is available is either Plush or Firm. Its surface is made from a stretch-knit fabric with Tencel, helping it to absorb moisture and wick heat away from the body. Underneath this are FR (fire retardant) fibres, quilting foam, and a True-stretch cotton tricot fabric layer for support.
The thickness of the comfort layers in the Aspire Hybrid Coil Support model will vary depending on if you get the Plush or Firm mattress – with this layer being thicker in the Plush mattress. The standout feature of this model is Aireloam’s foam infused with Phase Change technology to regulate temperature for a cool and comfortable night’s sleep.
Underneath this layer is a layer of slow recovery visco foam (memory foam) designed to contour to your body, a layer of Aireluxe foam for support and cushioning, and a set of micro coils made from flexible steel coils to provide pressure relief and increase the durability of the mattress.
Underneath the comfort layer is a support layer, consisting of a high-density encased perimeter for edge support, followed by individually-wrapped coils to reduce motion transfer and support the body. The Support-flex coils come in a 15 or 13 ¾ gauge, depending on whether you get the Plush or the Firm model.
Aspire HD Foam Support
The Aspire HD Foam Support model is available as Plush, Luxury Firm, or Firm. Again, the cover is a conforming knit fabric with Tencel, followed by silk, wool, and FR fibres for added comfort. Beneath this is a 1.5-inch layer of Plush Quilting foam followed by a layer of cotton tricot fabric for added support and softness.
The HD Foam Support models don’t use Phase Change technology in their comfort layers: instead, they have a layer of Adapt visco foam, followed by a layer of Aireluxe foam and micro coils for contouring support and durability.
The support layer of the HD Foam Support model is, as you might expect, where the two models in the Hybrid collection differ most. Instead of using individually-wrapped coils, this model has a high-density foam core to provide durable support to the mattress.
The difference in support layers between these two models is likely to result in fairly different feels. The individually-wrapped coils used in the Aspire Hybrid Coil Support mattress will likely feel very sturdy yet soft if you go for the Plush version, while the thinner comfort layer on the Firm version will give the mattress a much firmer feel.
The Aspire Hybrid HD Foam mattresses are likely to have a slower-response time with more contouring around the body due to the use of extra foam layers instead of individually-wrapped coils. If you prefer a medium feel to your mattress, the Luxury Firm option is probably the best bet.
Another high-quality hybrid mattress to consider is the Tempur-Pedic Flex Prima, a luxury hybrid mattress that comes with the added bonus of a 90-day sleep trial period and a 10-year warranty.
The company’s biggest selling point is their patented Lift technology. This consists of a chamber between the springs and the mattress top, giving the sense that the bed is cradling you without allowing you to sink when laying on it.
However, several reviews complain that the mattress actually sags rather than lifts, so this is a factor you may want to consider when buying.
Additional Information & Considerations About Aireloom Mattresses
Aireloom Mattress Lifespan
Aireloom state that their mattresses are built to last for approximately 10 to 15 years, although this will vary depending on how often you rotate your mattress and how well it is cared for.
Off-gassing & Eco-Friendliness
Aireloom foams are CertiPUR-US certified, which means they contain no ozone depleters, mercury, lead, or other harmful materials, phthalates, formaldehyde, or PBDEs. What’s more, they say that off-gassing is minimised during their curing process, so you shouldn’t experience a strong odour when first unpacking your mattress.
Additionally, while Aireloom mattresses aren’t completely organic, they do use organic cotton and wool, as well as Oeko-Tex certified latex materials.
Aireloom sells box springs with all of their mattresses and recommends purchasing the entire system to get the full benefits. However, your mattress warranty will still apply if you use your old foundation or box spring, provided it meets the Aireloom warranty requirements.
Warranty & Sleep Trial
Aireloom provides a 5, 10, or 20-year warranty with their mattress depending on what bed you buy. The brand makes no mention of a sleep trial period either.
There’s no doubt that Aireloom mattresses are high-end products that have a luxurious look and feel. The meticulous design of each mattress and quality materials match up to Aireloom’s reputation for providing top-of-the-line mattresses at a price to match.
However, there is a lack of reviews online for the Aireloom collections, so while everything points towards these mattresses having a durable, sturdy, and quality design, there aren’t the reviews to back this up.
We’d recommend finding a retailer that has Aireloom mattresses in stock and testing them out in person before making your final decision, or checking out the alternative mattresses available online that we’ve linked to in each collection.