Boston’s Best Mattress Stores

July 10, 2012 6:00 AM

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Buying a mattress may not be glamorous, but it can still be a pleasant enough experience when you visit one of Boston’s best mattress stores. These stores pride themselves on their selection and customer service, so there’s no need to buy your next mattress out of town. In addition, many of these stores also offer bedroom furniture, so you can either replace your old mattress or redecorate your entire bedroom with equal ease.
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Boston Bed Company
1113 Commonwealth Ave.
Boston, MA

Boston Bed Company is a factory-direct retail outlet that sells mattresses, futons, futon covers, headboards and other related furniture. With knowledgeable and helpful staff, Boston Bed Company is the perfect spot to find your next mattress. The shop features fair prices, quick, free delivery and spring, memory foam and latex mattresses. You’ll also find bunk beds, futons, mattress pads and loft frames, perfect for dorm rooms. Plus, the company offers no payments and no interest for one year for those who qualify. These qualities have helped make them a hit with the locals.

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1260 Boylston St.
Boston, MA 02115
(617) 266-8863

Sleep-A-Rama is the place to go if you are looking for a bargain on a mattress in Boston. They offer promotional mattresses with slight damage and mismatched colors at deep discounts. These are still brand new mattresses, they’re just at lower prices than you would ordinarily expect to pay for items of similar quality. Although Sleep-A-Rama has an impressive selection of discount mattresses, they also feature brand name Tempur-Pedic for customers who are looking for something less basic and more luxurious. While you are picking out your new mattress, you can also peruse the selection of furniture for your entire home.

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Dream On Futon
299 Prospect St.
Cambridge, MA 02139
(617) 864-6000

Dream On Futon is a futon and mattress specialty store. In addition to conventional mattresses and futon mattresses, they offer bedroom furniture for adults, bedding, Japanese tatami mats, platform beds and bedroom furniture for children, including bunk beds and student desks. With Dream On Futon, customers get excellent service, a huge selection and the sale of the month, which may include mattresses at discount prices. The shop even offers a 12-week layaway plan to make it easier than ever to get the mattress you need for a good night’s sleep.

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15 Western Ave.
Cambridge, MA 02139
(617) 547-6000

Bedworks prides themselves on using local materials to craft quality products that last. Their unique, handcrafted mattresses are made in Cambridge, MA; you can’t get any more local than that. Bedworks has been in business in the same location for more than 35 years, so you can be assured that they really know mattresses. They also sell floating platform beds and other bed frames constructed from quality hardwood to display your new mattress and help you make the most of your purchase.

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Watertown Mattress
660 Arsenal St.
Watertown, MA 02472
(617) 926-0550

Watertown Mattress sells a variety of box springs and mattresses, including split box springs for those who live up several flights of stairs and can’t fit a traditional box spring in the stairwell. Manufacturers include Simmons, Gold Bond and Symbol, giving you plenty of variety and options in mattresses. With the store’s price match guarantee, Watertown ensures that customers get the best price on mattresses in the area. This warehouse-style store is employee owned, so every person you encounter there has a vested interest in making sure you are satisfied.

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