Loom and Leaf mattress

Loom & Leaf vs Tempur-Pedic Mattress Comparison

Looking to upgrade your sleep quality? Keep reading as we compare two of our top luxury memory foam beds: the Loom & Leaf and the Tempur-Pedic Cloud.

You’ve come to the right place if you’re looking to invest in a new mattress. The Loom & Leaf and Tempur-Cloud mattresses are both luxury mattresses with loyal customer bases.

Loom & Leaf is a memory foam mattress produced by Saatva, a high end online mattress company. The Loom & Leaf concept was birthed out of Saatva’s success with their original innerspring mattress. The Tempur-Pedic Cloud is Tempur-pedic’s only bed-in-a-box mattress. In our mattress comparison, we’ll walk you through the performance and specs of these mattresses and give you our sleeper recommendations.

Side-by-Side Overview

Customer Rating
MA Score
Trial Period

Loom & Leaf

Customer Rating
MA Score
8.2 / 10

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

Trial Period

180 days


15-year limited warranty


Customer Rating
MA Score
8.4 / 10

Tempur-Pedic mattress that's great for couples




Memory Foam

Trial Period

90 nights


10-year warranty

Key Similarities

  • Memory Foam: Both of these mattresses are made with high-quality materials, specifically Certipur-US certified memory foam. 
  • Responsiveness: The Loom & Leaf and Tempur-Pedic Cloud each performed notably well on our responsiveness test, which measures how well a mattress adapts to your changes in position.
  • Cooling: Both mattresses incorporate cooling features that prevent body heat from getting trapped in the memory foam layers

Key Differences

  • Firmness Options: The Tempur-Cloud has a medium feel or about a 5/10 on the firmness scale. The Loom & Leaf mattress is offered in two firmness levels: relaxed firm (6/10) and firm (8/10).
  • Pressure Relief: Both mattresses scored above average for pressure relief, but the Cloud received a near perfect score of 9/10.
  • Pricing: The Cloud costs $300–$850 more than the Loom & Leaf.
  • Trial Period: Loom & Leaf offers customers a 180-night sleep trial, while Tempur-Pedic gives you 90 nights. It takes around 30 nights for your body to fully adjust to a new mattress.
Loom & Leaf mattress

Loom & Leaf Mattress Review Highlights

  • Spinal Alignment: The Loom & Leaf mattress provides the right blend of support and contouring to keep your spine in a neutral, regardless of your sleeping position. Healthy sleeping posture is important for preventing morning backaches and stiffness.
  • Eco-friendly: The Loom & Leaf cover is made with organic cotton and has a botanical antimicrobial treatment and chemical-free thistle flame retardant
  • Durability: The Loom & Leaf mattress is made in the USA with consciously sourced materials that are chosen for durability and comfort. It’s even protected by a 15-year warranty.
  • White Glove Delivery: Even though Saatva is an online mattress company, they aren’t a bed in a box. All Loom & Leaf customers receive free white glove delivery and old mattress removal, which normally costs $150.
  • Other Saatva Mattresses: Saatva offers a handful of other mattress models in addition to the Loom & Leaf. These include the Saatva Classic, Saatva HD, Zenhaven, Solaire, and Saatva Latex Hybrid.

Tempur-Cloud Mattress Review Highlights

  • Motion Transfer: The Tempur-Cloud mattress almost completely masks movement from sleeping partners. It’s a great choice for couples, light sleepers, or anyone who sleeps with someone who tosses and turns.
  • Medium Firmness: The Cloud has a medium feel that appeals to most sleepers. Mattresses with a medium feel provide a combination of support and cushion needed for quality sleep.
  • Pressure Relief: We gave the Cloud a near perfect score for pressure relief because it cradled our testers’ pressure points in all sleeping positions.
  • Responsiveness: Contrary to the reputation of memory foam, the Tempur-Pedic Cloud mattress adjusts to your changes in position quite quickly. You won’t feel trapped in your mattress when you move from one sleeping position to another.
  • Other Tempur-Pedic Mattresses: You can also shop the Tempur-Adapt, Tempur-LuxeAdapt, Tempur-breeze mattresses.

Compare Sizes

In this section, we’ll cover the specs for these two mattresses, beginning with dimensions. The Loom & Leaf and Tempur-Cloud share almost the exact same dimensions, except the Loom & Leaf is 2” taller than the Cloud and the Full size is 1” wider. Both mattresses are available in Split King size, but only the Loom & Leaf is available in Split Cal King.

Loom & Leaf Tempur-Cloud
Thickness 12” 10”
Twin 38″ x 75″ 38″ x 74″
Twin XL 38″ x 80” 38″ x 80″
Full 54″ x 75″ 53″ x 74″
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.

Compare Prices

You’ll pay between $300–$850 more for the Tempur-Cloud. In general, Tempur-Pedic memory foam mattresses are some of the most expensive on the market, but they offer financing and a stellar reputation for comfort and quality. Saatva is able to cut the costs of their mattresses by selling direct, rather than through retailers. Both companies also offer financing and occasional coupons. Check out our list of Saatva mattress coupons.

Loom & Leaf Tempur-Cloud
Twin $849 $1,699
Twin XL $1,149 $1,699
Full $1,599 $1,899
Queen $1,699 $1,999
King $1,999 $2,399
California King $1,999 $2,399

Compare What’s Inside and Feel

The Tempur-Cloud is the softer of the two mattresses. It feels like a medium soft bed, but provides enough support to keep your spine aligned and isolate motion. The Loom & Leaf relaxed firm feels similar to the Cloud, but the firm mattress has less give, so you feel like you’re on top of the mattress. 

We did notice some brief off-gassing after unpacking these beds, but it dissipated quickly when we kept the bed sheets off and ventilated the room.

Inside the Loom & Leaf Mattress

  • Organic Cotton Cover: The Loom & Leaf mattress cover is quilted with organic cotton and a plush foam layer. It’s also treated with a natural thistle pulp flame retardant.
  • Cooling Gel Memory Foam: The top layer is infused with a temperature-regulating phase change material that redistributes your body heat throughout the mattress. A gel swirl adds extra cooling, and pin holes improve airflow. The gel is denser near your lower back for extra lumbar support.
  • Premium Viscoelastic Memory Foam: The second memory foam layer has a classic memory foam feel. It supports your body weight by evenly contouring around your curves.
  • Support Foam Layers: Multiple transition layers add stability and durability to the base of the Loom & Leaf. These include a transition loft pad and two high density polyfoam base layers.

Inside the Tempur-Cloud Mattress

  • 360 Stretch Mattress Cover: The Tempur-Cloud has a stretchy, breathable cover that also wicks away moisture.
  • Comfort Layer: The first layer of Tempur material is extra soft. It eases tension off of pressure points and quickly responds to your changes in position.
  • Support Layer: This firmer high-density foam has the slow sink associated with traditional memory foams. It eases your body into a fully supported position. 
  • Base Layer: A thick layer of foam acts as a supportive, durable base for the whole mattress and those sleeping on it.

Compare MA Scores

Take a look at how the relaxed firm Loom & Leaf and Tempur-Cloud mattresses performed during our mattress review process. We tested them across 14 categories and used a weighted average to determine the total scores.

Loom & Leaf Tempur-Cloud
Shipping 9.5 9
Trial Period 10 8
Return Policy 8 9
Warranty 10 9
Set-Up Test 10 8
Motion Transfer Test 5 9.75
Edge Support Test 6.5 7.5
Pressure Relief Test 7 9
Spinal Alignment Test 9 8.25
Responsiveness Test 8 8.5
Cooling Evaluation 7.5 6.5
Durability Evaluation 9 9
Customer Service Score 9 8
Social Impact Score 7 2
TOTAL SCORE 8.2/10 8.4/10

Motion Transfer

Motion transfer indicates how well a mattress isolates motion across the mattress surface. We test this feature by placing a glass of wine on one side of the mattress and rolling around on the other. We also blind fold one tester and ask her to score how well the second tester’s movements were masked by the mattress construction.

In this category, the Tempur-Cloud scored remarkably high, while the Loom & Leaf received a relatively low score. Higher density foams do a better job of isolating motion, so the Loom & Leaf firm mattress will provide better motion isolation than the relaxed firm. Still, couples and light sleepers will notice almost no disruptions on the Tempur-Cloud.

Pressure Relief

At Mattress Advisor, we use pressure maps to measure pressure relief. The Tempur-Cloud offers better pressure relief than the Loom & Leaf. This is no surprise since it has a medium firmness level, compared with the medium firm and firm feels of the Loom & Leaf.

The Tempur-Cloud is the better choice for side sleepers and those with small to average body types. The Loom & Leaf relaxed firm option is best for stomach sleepers and back sleepers, since it blends pressure relief with spinal alignment. The Loom & Leaf firm model is best for those with heavy body types and those who like a firm mattress feel. 


Both mattresses earned pretty average scores for cooling. The Loom & Leaf uses special cooling features like gel, and as a result, it sleeps cooler. The Tempur material used in Tempur-Pedic mattresses is fairly dense, and dense foams retain more heat, so you’ll feel warmer in the Tempur-Cloud.

Edge Support

The Loom & Leaf and Tempur-Cloud received average scores in this category, with the Tempur-Cloud offering slightly better edge support. The Cloud supports you really well when lying near the edge of the bed, but sinks down when you sit on the edge.

The Loom & Leaf provides decent support to sleepers lying near the edge of the bed, but sinks down when you sit on the edge of the bed.

Final Summary: Which Is the Best Mattress?

The Tempur-Cloud provides better pressure relief for side sleepers. Stomach sleepers and back sleepers get the best blend of spinal alignment and pressure relief on Loom & Leaf’s relaxed firm option. Larger sleepers get extra support on Loom & Leaf’s firm option. Budget shoppers save hundreds with Loom & Leaf.

Both companies offer free shipping and full refunds during the sleep trial (minus a shipping fee). Saatva gives you free white glove delivery, while the Tempur-Cloud is bed-in-a-box. You get twice as long to test out the Loom & Leaf (180 days vs 90 days). You also receive a 15-year warranty with your Loom & Leaf mattress and a 10-year warranty with your Tempur-Cloud mattress.

Related: Saatva Mattress Return Policy

Still undecided? Pick the one that works best for your sleeping position and budget. We love both of these mattresses, and are confident that you’ll sleep soundly whichever you choose. 

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