DreamCloud vs. Lull Mattress Comparison

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Mattress Nerd testers took a look at the DreamCloud and Lull mattresses to give you the hands-on information you need to know when mattress shopping. When comparing these two, a lot of what sets them apart comes down to the differences in memory foam vs hybrid mattresses. To learn more about how the Nerds grade a mattress, read more about our mattress reviews.

Product
Firmness
Score
DreamCloud Original Mattress
Medium-firm: 6.5/10
4.4/5
Lull Mattress
Medium-firm: 7/10
4.6/5
Product
DreamCloud Original Mattress
Firmness
Medium-firm: 6.5/10
Score
4.4/5
Product
Lull Mattress
Firmness
Medium-firm: 7/10
Score
4.6/5

DreamCloud vs. Lull Overview

The DreamCloud is a hybrid mattress, combining the best of both worlds—soft foam and stable innerspring coils. This medium-firm mattress impressed our testers in all performance categories. The all-foam Lull offers great value for back and stomach sleepers under 230 lbs and is an excellent choice for those who want a memory foam mattress at an affordable price.

DreamCloud is best for…Lull is best for…
CouplesShoppers on a Budget
Hot SleepersLightweight to Average-weight Sleepers
Back SleepersSleepers Who Prefer All-Foam

Who Should Choose the DreamCloud Mattress?

  • Couples: The DreamCloud has a few features you’ll want if you share the bed with a partner, pet, or child. It isolates motion at its origin, draws heat away from your body, and has a supportive edge that increases usable space.
  • Hot Sleepers: The DreamCloud’s gel-infused foam layer and coil base address the problem of heat, making it noticeably cooler than many foam mattresses.
  • Back Sleepers: The DreamCloud’s construction is ideal for back sleepers of all weights. With a medium-firm feel, it delivers a balance of cushion and support for a healthy spine alignment.

Who Should Choose the Lull Mattress?

  • Shoppers on a Budget: The Lull is a solid buy for a memory foam mattress, especially for back and stomach sleepers weighing under 230 lbs.
  • Lightweight to Average-weight Sleepers: With noteworthy cushion for pressure relief and a supportive base foam layer, the Lull can sufficiently meet the needs of sleepers under 230 lbs.
  • Sleepers Who Prefer All-Foam: If you love memory foam, but need ease of movement (seniors or combination sleepers), you won’t get stuck in the Lull.

DreamCloud vs. Lull: Top Similarities 

  • Responsiveness: Both of these mattresses have a slight bounce to them, despite their different materials. This is helpful if you toss and turn a bit at night. You won’t get stuck “in” either of these mattresses.
  • Back and Stomach Sleepers: If you weigh less than 230 lbs, the DreamCloud and Lull’s medium-firm feel can help you balance cushion and relief with support and a healthy alignment.
  • Lifetime Warranty: Both of these mattresses back their products with a lifetime warranty.

DreamCloud vs. Lull: Top Differences 

  • Mattress Height: The DreamCloud is a medium to thick mattress with a height of 14”, whereas the Lull has a 10” profile.
  • Temperature: Both mattresses have materials to combat heat, but the hybrid DreamCloud’s combination of gel-infused foam and coils that increase airflow actually get the job done.

DreamCloud vs. Lull: Firmness & Feel Differences

Our Mattress Nerd firmness scale ranges from 1 to 10, where 1 is the softest and 10 is like sleeping on a plank. While both the DreamCloud and Lull mattresses fall into the medium-firm range, their constructions differ so your experience and opinion will too, depending on your weight and favorite sleeping position.

What’s the Firmness Of the DreamCloud & Lull Mattresses? 

For firmness, the DreamCloud scores 6.5/10 and the Lull a 7/10. At medium-firm, both of these mattresses are a good fit for lightweight and average-weight sleepers, especially if you love sleeping on your back, front, or a combination. Heavyweight sleepers will fare better with a firmer mattress, though the DreamCloud’s construction did score quite well for heavyweight back sleepers. We don’t recommend the all-foam Lull for those over 230 lbs.

What Do the DreamCloud & Lull Mattresses Feel Like?

The DreamCloud’s cashmere cover is so soft, you might be tempted to forgo sheets…but don’t. This hybrid mattress gives you the benefit of memory foam cushion and supportive coils. Our testers described it as sleeping “on” the mattress vs. the doughy feel of traditional all-foam beds.

The all-foam Lull has three layers of foam with each layer serving a different purpose. This combination creates a “floating” feel atop the supportive high-density foam base.

What’s It Like to Sleep On the DreamCloud & Lull Mattresses?

Sleeping position will make or break your opinion of a mattress. The medium-firmness of both the DreamCloud and Lull makes them especially great for back sleepers and stomach sleepers weighing less than 230 lbs. In addition, the coil support layer of the DreamCloud meets the needs of heavyweight back sleepers.

Side sleepers will prefer a softer mattress than the DreamCloud or Lull because you need cushion and pressure relief for your hips and shoulders. And heavyweight stomach sleepers need a firmer mattress to keep their hips elevated.

The DreamCloud vs. Lull Mattresses By Body Type

DreamCloud Performance By Sleeping Position:

Body Type:BACK SLEEPERSSTOMACH SLEEPERSSIDE SLEEPERS
Lightweight (< 130 lbs): 552
Average weight (130 – 230 lbs):3.5 
Heavyweight (> 230 lbs): 

Lull Performance By Sleeping Position:

Body Type:BACK SLEEPERSSTOMACH SLEEPERSSIDE SLEEPERS
Lightweight (< 130 lbs): 33
Average weight (130 – 230 lbs):
Heavyweight (> 230 lbs): 

1 = Very poor, 2 = Not good, 3 = Fair, 4 = Good, 5 = Excellent

Average-Weight Sleepers (130–230 lbs)

Average-weight back and stomach sleepers might find the DreamCloud mattress to be the better buy. Even if you switch to your side for a little each night, it’s still likely to be a good fit.

The Lull’s firmness level will keep your hips elevated for a healthy lower back, as long as you are a lightweight or average-weight back or stomach sleeper. Side sleepers might prefer a softer mattress for pressure relief in the hips and shoulders, though.

Heavyweight Sleepers (> 230 lbs)

Heavyweight sleepers who prefer their stomach for sleep will need a firmer mattress than the DreamCloud or Lull—otherwise, your hips might sink, causing lower back pain. However, the DreamCloud’s support coils do a good job for sleepers on your back, side, or a combination. We don’t recommend the Lull for those in this weight category.

Lightweight Sleepers (< 130 lbs)

The DreamCloud received perfect marks for lightweight sleepers who prefer back, stomach, or a combination sleeping. Side sleepers will not sink in enough to experience pressure relief.

The Lull is a great fit for lightweight back sleepers and does an average job of keeping your hips elevated if you sleep on your stomach. Our testers felt it was still too firm for side sleepers who often prefer more cushion for their hips and shoulders.

Differences In Mattress Construction 

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DreamCloud Mattress Materials Lull Mattress Materials
Quilted Cover (foam and cashmere blend)Polyester and Rayon Cover
Gel-infused Memory FoamGel-infused Memory Foam (1.5″)
Foam Transition LayerFoam Transition Layer (1.5″)
Support Coils (individually wrapped steel coils)High-density Foam Base (7″)
Base Foam Layer
DreamCloud Construction
DreamCloud Layers
Lull Mattress Layers
Lull Mattress Layers

Cover

The DreamCloud’s cover is made of quilted cashmere and foam and is just as soft as it sounds. The Lull’s cover, made from a polyester/rayon blend, is a soft, thin material that is breathable.

Comfort Layers

The comfort layers of both mattresses address the problem of temperature regulation with gel-infused memory foam. And the transition layers are responsive, so both of these mattresses feel very different from the doughy “hug” of traditional memory foam.

Support Layers

The DreamCloud’s coil layer has foam above and below it. This serves as a transition so you don’t sink into the coils, while also increasing durability. The all-foam Lull has a high-density foam layer at its base for stability and durability.

DreamCloud vs. Lull Pricing

SizeDreamCloud PricesLull Prices
Twin$899.00$899.00
Twin XL$999.00$999.00
Full$1099.00$1099.00
Queen$1199.00$1199.00
King$1499.00$1499.00
California King$1499.00$1499.00

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DreamCloud vs. Lull Mattress Performance Ratings & Differences

Temperature

While both mattresses have gel-infused memory foam to draw body heat away, the DreamCloud’s base coil layer really does the job. The all-foam Lull just isn’t as cooling. But if you often wake up covered in sweat, check out our list of best cooling mattresses. DreamCloud’s Premier mattress made the list.

Motion Transfer

The DreamCloud has several layers of foam before you get to the coil base layer, so this mattress does an above-average job at isolating motion. The Lull also does well at keeping movement contained at its origin. This is good news if you sleep with a partner, pet, or child and don’t want to wake up every time they move around.

Edge Support 

Edge support creates a firm edge that creates more usable sleeping space. If you need to get up and down slowly or like to tie your shoes while sitting on the edge, this is an important performance metric. Our testers noted that both mattresses felt sturdy when lying or sitting on the edge.

Pressure Relief 

Those weighing more than 130 lbs will feel the cushion of the DreamCloud’s memory foam at your points of contact with the mattress. Lightweight sleepers might not experience the same relief though if you don’t sink far enough in.

Like most all-foam mattresses, the Lull offers a good amount of pressure relief, but it still might be too firm for side sleepers’ hips and shoulders.

Pain Relief 

If you wake up with back pain, it could be that your mattress isn’t supporting the healthy “S” curve of your spine. The DreamCloud won’t disappoint if you’re a back sleeper, no matter your weight. And it even made our list of best mattresses for seniors.

The Lull’s three layers of foam also help with back pain, providing good spinal alignment for most back and stomach sleepers. It’s still too firm for side sleepers whose hips and shoulders need more cushion.

Durability

The 7-year mark is the recommended time to replace your mattress, and you should have no problems with the DreamCloud and Lull lasting you to that point.

Shipping, Returns, & Warranties 

DreamCloud 

It’s free to have your DreamCloud shipped within the U.S. (with only a small fee for Alaska and Hawaii). DreamCloud offers a 365-night sleep trial period and stands behind its workmanship with a Lifetime Warranty for normal wear, defined as permanent body impressions over 1.5”.

Lull

Lull ships free to the contiguous U.S., as well. They also offer a 365-night sleep trial, which is plenty of time to try it out. And the Lifetime warranty covers permanent body impressions over 1.5″, which is pretty standard for memory foam mattresses.

Other Models Available

DreamCloud Premier Rest

The DreamCloud Premier Rest is a luxury hybrid mattress that aims to be comfortable but supportive. It features a quilted pillow top and has great motion isolation, responsiveness, and durability.

Nerd Score 3.4/5
Read Full Review

Material

Hybrid

Trial Period

365 nights

Shipping Method

Free shipping

Firmness

Soft: 4.5/10

Warranty

Lifetime warranty

Price Range

$$$$$

We recommend this mattress for the following sleeper types:

Couples
This bed has great motion isolation so you will not feel your partner tossing and turning at night.
Back Sleeping
Ideal for lightweight back sleepers.
Side Sleeping
Ideal for lightweight, average weight, and heavyweight side sleepers.

Financing Options

Financing options are available for this mattress.

Average Customer Rating
4.8/5
Watch Our Video Review

DreamCloud Premier Rest

The DreamCloud Premier Rest is a luxury hybrid mattress that aims to be comfortable but supportive. It features a quilted pillow top and has great motion isolation, responsiveness, and durability.

Nerd Score 3.4/5
Read Full Review

Material

Hybrid

Warranty

Lifetime warranty

Firmness

Soft: 4.5/10

Shipping Method

Free shipping

Trial Period

365 nights

Price Range

$$$$$

We recommend this mattress for the following sleeper types:

Couples
This bed has great motion isolation so you will not feel your partner tossing and turning at night.
Back Sleeping
Ideal for lightweight back sleepers.
Side Sleeping
Ideal for lightweight, average weight, and heavyweight side sleepers.

Financing Options

Financing options are available for this mattress.

Average Customer Rating
4.8/5
Watch Our Video Review

DreamCloud Premier Rest

The DreamCloud Premier Rest is a luxury hybrid mattress that aims to be comfortable but supportive. It features a quilted pillow top and has great motion isolation, responsiveness, and durability.

Nerd Score 3.4/5
Read Full Review

Material

Hybrid

Firmness

Soft: 4.5/10

Trial Period

365 nights

Warranty

Lifetime warranty

Shipping Method

Free shipping

Price Range

$$$$$

We recommend this mattress for the following sleeper types:

Couples
This bed has great motion isolation so you will not feel your partner tossing and turning at night.
Back Sleeping
Ideal for lightweight back sleepers.
Side Sleeping
Ideal for lightweight, average weight, and heavyweight side sleepers.

Financing Options

Financing options are available for this mattress.

Average Customer Rating
4.8/5
Watch Our Video Review

DreamCloud Premier Mattress

The DreamCloud Premier is a luxury hybrid mattress with a euro top and cashmere blend cover. It offers great pressure relief and maintains spinal alignment well.

Nerd Score 3.8/5
Read Full Review

Material

Hybrid

Trial Period

365 nights

Shipping Method

Free shipping

Firmness

Medium-firm: 6.5/10

Warranty

Lifetime warranty

Price Range

$$$$$

We recommend this mattress for the following sleeper types:

Hot Sleepers
If you often overheat while you sleep, this mattress should help you stay cool.
Back Sleeping
Ideal for lightweight back sleepers.
Side Sleeping
Ideal for lightweight side sleepers.

Financing Options

Financing options are available for this mattress.

Average Customer Rating
4.6/5
Watch Our Video Review

DreamCloud Premier Mattress

The DreamCloud Premier is a luxury hybrid mattress with a euro top and cashmere blend cover. It offers great pressure relief and maintains spinal alignment well.

Nerd Score 3.8/5
Read Full Review

Material

Hybrid

Warranty

Lifetime warranty

Firmness

Medium-firm: 6.5/10

Shipping Method

Free shipping

Trial Period

365 nights

Price Range

$$$$$

We recommend this mattress for the following sleeper types:

Hot Sleepers
If you often overheat while you sleep, this mattress should help you stay cool.
Back Sleeping
Ideal for lightweight back sleepers.
Side Sleeping
Ideal for lightweight side sleepers.

Financing Options

Financing options are available for this mattress.

Average Customer Rating
4.6/5
Watch Our Video Review

DreamCloud Premier Mattress

The DreamCloud Premier is a luxury hybrid mattress with a euro top and cashmere blend cover. It offers great pressure relief and maintains spinal alignment well.

Nerd Score 3.8/5
Read Full Review

Material

Hybrid

Firmness

Medium-firm: 6.5/10

Trial Period

365 nights

Warranty

Lifetime warranty

Shipping Method

Free shipping

Price Range

$$$$$

We recommend this mattress for the following sleeper types:

Hot Sleepers
If you often overheat while you sleep, this mattress should help you stay cool.
Back Sleeping
Ideal for lightweight back sleepers.
Side Sleeping
Ideal for lightweight side sleepers.

Financing Options

Financing options are available for this mattress.

Average Customer Rating
4.6/5
Watch Our Video Review

Our Final Take

When you pay more for the luxury DreamCloud, you really do get more: more motion isolation, more temperature control, and even more responsiveness—all great mattress qualities for couples. And it’s more versatile for a combination of sleeping positions and body weights. The Lull is a great value for the average-weight sleeper who prefers back, stomach, or a combination sleeping.

DreamCloud & Lull FAQs

How many years does the DreamCloud mattress last?

The DreamCloud is made from memory foam and coils. The steel coils will outlast the foam, which will eventually begin to break down, but if lasting impressions are greater than 1.5″ form, the Lifetime Warranty has you covered. You should be able to enjoy your luxury mattress for about a decade.

Is the DreamCloud mattress worth the cost?

There’s not a one-size-fits-all solution when mattress shopping. It all depends on your weight and preferred sleeping position. The DreamCloud is a good match for hot sleepers, couples, and back sleepers. and, if you’re not happy, you can request a refund thanks to DreamCloud’s Lifetime Warranty.

Will the Lull Mattress have off-gassing smells?

All-foam mattresses have a smell when you unbox them, but it’s not harmful and is gone within a few days. The Lull is CertiPUR-US®️ Certified meaning its foam is free from many harmful chemicals and meets strict environmental and quality regulations which makes them safe for your family and eco-friendly.