We help you decide between the Leesa and Loom & Leaf all-foam mattresses by comparing their feel, construction, cost, and testing scores.
Loom & Leaf and Leesa are familiar names in the mattress market. Leesa beds are offered online and also from retailers like West Elm, Pottery Barn, and Macy’s. Loom & Leaf is a popular mattress model by the luxury online mattress company, Saatva. They are only sold online.
We brought both of these beds into our mattress lab and tested them across 14 categories. In this comparison, we break down the difference between the Leesa Original mattress and Loom & Leaf mattress and offer recommendations based on our first-hand experience.
Foam blend mattress that's ideal for the average sleeper
Medium firm: 6/10
10-year limited warranty
Luxury memory foam mattress made by Saatva
Relaxed firm: 6/10; Firm: 8/10
Memory foam mattress with cooling gel; available in relaxed firm or firm
15-year limited warranty
Related: Saatva Return Policy
You can compare the differences in dimensions between the Leesa and Loom & Leaf mattresses in the chart below.
|Leesa||Loom & Leaf|
|Twin||39″ x 75″||38″ x 75″|
|Twin XL||39″ x 80″||38″ x 80″|
|Full||53″ x 75″||54″ x 75″|
|Queen||60″ x 80″||60″ x 80″|
|King||76″ x 80″||76″ x 80″|
|California King||72″ x 84″||72″ x 84″|
Learn more about mattress sizes.
Check out the price variances for the Leesa and Loom & Leaf mattresses. Predictably, the luxury Loom & Leaf mattress is more expensive than the Leesa. Keep in mind, both companies offer financing, plus you get free white glove delivery, a longer sleep trial, and a longer warranty with the Loom & Leaf mattress.
Read More: Saatva Mattress Warranty
|Leesa||Loom & Leaf|
Take a look at how the Leesa and Loom & Leaf mattresses compare across 14 important performance scores.
|Leesa||Loom & Leaf|
|Motion Transfer Test||9||5|
|Edge Support Test||8.5||6.5|
|Pressure Relief Test||8.5||7|
|Spinal Alignment Test||9||9|
|Customer Service Score||9||9|
|Social Impact Score||10||7|
If you’re a back sleeper, you need a firmer mattress to make sure your back stays supported and aligned. Medium firm beds are still comfortable for you, but the Loom & Leaf firm mattress is going to keep you “on top” of the bed, not inside of it.
Side sleepers need a bed with lots of pressure relief. Leesa is superior in this category. Stomach sleepers also need pressure relief, but too much cushion can cause the lower back to arch out of alignment. Either medium firm mattress option will work for you.
Lastly, combo sleepers—or those who change position at night—should prioritize their primary sleep position. Both mattresses scored above average for responsiveness, with Leesa outperforming Loom & Leaf by 1.5 points. If you sleep with a partner, you’ll also want to consider motion transfer scores, which we’ll talk about next.
This category is important for couples, especially if one or both are combo sleepers or light sleepers. Leesa earned a much higher score in this category, so it’s the best choice for those concerned about disruptions from movement during the night.
If you tend to sleep hot, you need a mattress that is temperature regulating. Breathability and additions like cooling gel play a role in how cool a mattress sleeps. During our review process, the Leesa earned a higher score in this category, though both beds scored above average.
Those who live in warm climates or who get especially hot at night will feel more comfortable on the Leesa mattress. If temperature is not your top priority, but you’d like some cooling technology, the Loom & Leaf will be a comfortable choice for you as well.
Back sleepers get better support on Loom & Leaf’s firm mattress. Side sleepers need the superior pressure relief of the Leesa. Stomach sleepers get support and cushion on either medium firm option. Budget shoppers will save on the Leesa. Couples get better motion isolation and edge support on the Leesa.
You’re going to get a high-quality, durable mattress and great customer service from both companies. Pick the mattress the best aligns with your top 2-3 sleep needs and then take advantage of the sleep trials. Leesa offers free returns, but you’ll incur a $99 return fee from Loom & Leaf.
Based on our experience with these beds, plus high scores from customer reviews, we think you’ll get a good night’s sleep, whichever mattress you choose.
With our Exclusive Mattress Advisor discount code, you can save hundreds of dollars off of any Leesa mattress.