Looking for new queen mattresses? We’ve got lots of styles to fit your sleeping style right here. Queen size mattresses that are perfect for stomach sleepers, side sleepers, and back sleepers—whichever way you’re comfortable sleeping, we’ve got the mattresses for you. We love that a queen mattress works well in pretty much any bedroom in your home, too. Your mater suite would love a queen, your guest bedroom would love a queen, your kid’s bedroom would love a queen…you really can’t go wrong with this size mattress.
There are lots of different mattress brands to choose from when searching for your new queen mattress, including our Dream Mattress Studio. This is an exclusive-to-us brand that we’ve worked hard to perfect (and we’re pretty proud of it). You see, we’ve done our homework on common sleep problems (morning aches, tossing and turning, night sweats), and we’ve come up with a just-the-right combination of materials to offer the support, comfort and coolness you need night after night. Speaking of those three, our mattress has a level of each for you to find the right mix for you. There are three levels of comfort, five levels of support and five levels of coolness. So many options to pick from!
See below for all of our commonly asked questions and the answers to go with them (because we know you’ve probably got some of your own!).
How big is a queen mattress? A queen mattress measures 60” x 80”.
Can you go into more details about those levels of comfort? Sure thing! The first is soft, featuring cushiony comfort that compresses easily to the touch without sinking. The second is medium, featuring a combo of soft and firm comfort with moderate sink-in. And the third is firm, featuring substantial comfort and minimal sink-in that recovers quickly from contact.
If I sleep on my side, which mattress should I get? A softer mattress is typically what side sleepers sleep best on. A style that conforms to you, but also supports you. The good news is we have lots of soft memory foam options or pillow top mattresses to shop.
If I sleep on my stomach, which mattress should I purchase? A firmer mattress is generally what stomach sleepers like best. Try something with firm foam or dense innerspring with lots of support and firmness (comfy, too!).
If I sleep on my back, which mattress should I purchase? A combination mattress is probably best for you. A mattress that’s a little bit soft, but a little bit firm, too. You just want to make sure your back and spine feel comfortable and supported as a back sleeper.
What exactly are those support levels? 1. Least Support level: minimum coils and foam layers; 2. Less Support level: additional coils and foam layers; 3. Some Support level: extra coils and foam layers; 4. More Support level: extensive coils and foam layers; 5. Most Support level: maximum coils and foam layers.
And what about those coolness levels? 1. Coolness level: draws heat away upon initial contact; 2. Extended Coolness level: draws heat away longer; 3. Extended Coolness+ level: draws heat away even longer; 4. Lasting Coolness level: continuously draws heat away; 5. Lasting Coolness+ level: continuously draws heat away even longer.
Do you sell your queen mattresses in your store, too? Of course! Find a wide mattress selection (of queen mattresses and more) including all our other great furniture, too. Take care of your bedrooms, living room, dining room and more at your local Value City Furniture store.
What about mattress accessories—do you carry those? We do! Check out our adjustable beds, bed frames, bed linens & throws, pillows and more. You can also shop bedroom collections to get the bed, dresser and nightstand along with your mattress purchase.