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Naturepedic Organic Review

Naturepedic is one of the leading companies for organic mattresses and bedding. In this review, I will look at the construction of several of their models and compare them, discuss how they feel, and compare the prices between them.

Nerd Score: 4.5/5

Our Verdict: Organic and customizable, the Naturepedic Organic Mattress is great for eco-friendly shoppers who like to have options. Naturepedic Organic has 3 different types of mattresses that feature either a hybrid combo of innerspring and latex or a simple, all-natural latex option. All types allow you to choose your preferred firmness setting. Shoppers looking for a more affordable mattress may not prefer the Naturepedic Organic.


Best For…

May Not be Best For…

✅People looking for an organic mattress

Those who like customizable options 


❌Those looking for a low-budget mattress

❌Sleepers who get very hot at night



Going green for the cool factor? Pathetic

Going green out of consideration for the earth, your sleep health and that of your customers? Laudable.

That’s the profile Naturepedic can project after shooting for the moon with their EOS line of organic mattresses. They believe natural, green and organic equals better health. Then they went and put their backs into making it happen.

Naturepedic uses organic fabrics and natural materials like latex, and it also removed harmful chemicals and unnecessary processing, to get at the most natural construction they could manage.

That’s why their fully organic mattresses are popular not just with adults, but adults with kids and babies. The nation has noticed and their business has grown from a small boutique outfit to a national one.

That complete dedication to the organic proposition will cost you a pretty penny. Still, the ROI is feeling secure in the knowledge that your mattress has as gentle a footprint on the earth as any granola head could possibly want.


Look for these features with the Naturepedic line:

  • EOS series is the “flagship” line of Naturepedic mattresses
  • Family-owned company in Ohio
  • Factory staffed by skilled Amish craftsmen with a reputation for quality construction
  • Full refund if return mattress within 60-90 days of purchase, minus shipping fees
  • Fully organic mattresses that are customizable
  • Materials certified by Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS)
  • Latex certified by Global Organic Latex Standard (GOLS)
  • European-inspired design for luxury organic offerings
  • Multi-layered zippered construction, you can swap out layers to customize
  • Made in USA



The EOS Classic is a customizable, organic, hybrid (innerspring/latex) mattress.

The EOS Trilux is a customizable, organic, all-natural latex mattress.

The EOS Pillow Top is a customizable, organic hybrid (innerspring/latex) mattress.


The EOS mattresses have several features that keep it from heating up. The organic wool batting wicks away moisture and works to regulate temperature. The latex comfort layers come from plant-based materials that also wick away moisture. They naturally promote temperature regulation. Finally, the microcoil layer, freely encased in organic cotton, promotes airflow throughout the support layer.

Naturpedic Mattress Firmness

You can customize the firmness level of the EOS Classic, the EOS Trilux, and EOS Pillow Top mattresses. You can also choose a firmness for each side of the mattress so you and your partner can customize your level of support.

With the innerspring and latex EOS Classic, you can choose among four firmness levels with a different mix of the coils and latex:

  • Extra firm (firm coils, firm latex)
  • Firm (firm coils and medium latex or medium microcoils)
  • Cushion Firm (firm coils and soft latex or soft microcoils)
  • Plush (plush coils and soft latex or soft microcoils)

Use the firm coils is you’re heavier than average and or a back/stomach sleeper or anyone who likes a firmer mattress. Otherwise, most people will be served with plush coils.

The EOS Pillow Top is the Classic with an extra 3-inch layer. If you like a softer mattress or sleep on your side, you will like the Pillow Top better. It does a better job cushioning your hips and shoulders.  It has the same firmness levels offered above, minus the Extra Firm and plus the Ultra Plush.

    • Ultra Plush (plush coils plus two layers of soft latex or soft microcoils)

If you’re a heavier person, get the Firm or Cushion Firm. Average weight people should get the Cushion Firm or Plush, and thinner people should get the Plush or Ultra Plush.

The EOS Trilux is an all-latex model. Each layer is covered in a protective layer of cotton and they use the same types of organic cotton and latex that the rest of the EOS series does. It comes in four different firmnesses, in which the three types of latex (firm, medium, and soft) are layered differently. 

You can see exactly which layer is which when you “build” the mattress on their website. It’s a cool way to visualize and customize before you buy.

Edge support

The microcoils will support your body if you sleep on the edge without creating pressure points that will result in soreness or pain come morning.

Motion transfer

The innerspring coil system on all but the ESO Trilux do a great job stabilizing the mattress. They also reduce motion transfer to keep partners from disturbing each other if they need to get up for work early or leave the bed for the bathroom during the night.


The EOS Trilux is an all-latex version featuring three layers of 3″ latex. Depending on the firmness of the latex, you can customize from extra firm down to plush. The other inch of the 10-inch profile is the organic mattress cover.

The EOS Classic has a 3-inch top comfort layer. The bottom is 8 inches of a support layer.  The other 1 inch in the 12-inch profile is the signature EOS organic mattress encasement that surrounds the mattress.

The EOS Pillow Top has a 3-inch pillow top layer, 3-inch comfort layer and 8-inch support layer all encased in the organic mattress cover. The total thickness is 12 inches.


Here is a breakdown of the Naturepedic mattresses in the EOS line:


  • Twin: 38″ x 75″
  • Twin XL: 38” x 80”
  • Full: 53” x 75”
  • Queen: 60” x 80”
  • King: 76” x 80”
  • Cal King: 72” x 84”


EOS Trilux  – 10 inches

EOS Classic  – 12 inches

EOS Pillow Top  – 15 inches


Naturepedic Mattress Trial

Naturepedic does things a little differently. Since their firmness levels on all mattresses are customizable, they’re going to work hard to make sure you have tried all the options before you return the mattress. 

You can swap out any 3-inch comfort layer sections within 90 days. You will pay for shipping to do that. You can also pay to swap out a comfort layer even after 90 days. That’s a money-saver. You don’t have to replace the whole mattress if you want to change it up; just a layer.

You do get a full refund if you return your full mattress within 60-90 days of the purchase, minus the shipping fees. Remember that this trial and return terms only apply if you bought the mattress directly from Naturepedic.

Naturepedic Mattress Warranty

Naturepedic gives you a healthy 20-year limited warranty with your EOS mattress. The first 10 years of the warranty, you can get a full replacement. The costs are prorated over years 11-20. 

This only covers defects, not comfort, but, based on the quality of the materials used, it should stay comfortable for most of its warranty life.

Unboxing a Naturepedic Mattress

All of the EOS Mattresses are shipped for free within 5-7 business days. Naturepedic delivers its mattresses in boxes. Everything is designed to expand to its normal shape almost instantly. 

The mattress cover has a strong brass zipper that the company assures makes assembly and layer swap a breeze.

Setup takes about 15 minutes if you have a friend to help you. Putting it together also forces you to look at each layer and familiarize yourself with how the layers work together.

Customer service

You can reach Naturepedic during business hours or via email. They also have showrooms in Roseville, CA; Rockville, MD; and Chicago.

Keep in mind that the attention to detail the Naturepedic people put into the mattresses in the first place is its own version of great customer service.


EOS Trilux – high $$$ to mid $$$$

EOS Classichigh $$$ to mid $$$$

EOS Pillow Top – $$$$

(See scale below).

$$$$$2,000 – $4,000

Naturepedic also sells a cheaper Essentials line that is similar to EOS Classic. It has a different cover, you can’t customize it, only comes with a 10-year warranty, but the inside layers are the same—a 3-inch latex layer and 8 inches of coils. And each layer comes in different firmness levels (extra firm, firm, cushion firm, medium, plush). Unless you have your heart set on having a split mattress like the Classic, the Essential line will work just as well.

Naturepedic also sells a more basic line called Chorus which is a good fit for guest rooms or if you’re on a more strict budget. This is the entry-level version of the EOS mattresses. It uses the same coil system that the Classic and Essential mattresses use, but the microcoil layer is only 1.5 inches thick. So you’ll be sleeping closer to the firm support layer. This is cool if you like a firm mattress. If you can afford more, just upgrade to the Classic.


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Nerd Score: 4.8/5

Naturepedic is the go-to national retailer for organic mattresses. The quality is high, but the price is reasonable.

Naturepedic’s philosophy behind chasing the best natural and organic materials they can find is that good materials and good design equal good sleep. And good sleep is necessary for good health. You can’t have one without the other. 

Paying $2000 for an organic mattress is sounding less goofy and more necessary by the second, right? Well, if you’re gonna drop that kind of change on an organic mattress, Naturepedic is the place.

All Naturepedic mattresses are made of organic cotton and wool and all-natural latex that all pass muster with the associations means to track such things.

They’re luxury mattresses. The attention to both fabric and craft details in the organic EOS mattresses are worth the price.


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Comments (5)

  1. I’m looking for the same review categories for the Naturepedic mattress as you did for the Puffy and the Brooklyn (e.g. edge of bed, stability when partner gets on or off, etc. Can you please provide me a link or some insight so that I can make a better comparison among those three lines. Thanks much.

  2. Hello!

    I really appreciate your website and all the mattress reviews.
    I am considering buying an EOS mattress with microcoils instead of the latex.
    The mattress I had gave me good support, but had a smell and something in it that did not agree with me and gave me allergy symptoms which I never ever had before. So I am trying to find the support in EOS mattress which I had in the mattress which gave me allergy symptoms.
    I am hoping you could help me with this.

    The problematic mattress (supposedly!) had 8″ individuallly pocketed coils, then a 1/4″ layer of wool, then 2″ layer of Vytex latex (supposedly the best kind!), then 1/2″ of fire resistant cotton fiber treated with volcanic ash, then 2″ layer of wool, and the organic cotton quilt.
    The mattress felt very good and I slept well on it, and I would like to create the same feel with the EOS mattress. I do not want to go with latex because I cannot be sure that I will not have some weird symptoms again, so I would like to create the same feel with the microcoils. My concern is that the thin layer of quilted material on top of 8″ layer of pocketed coils and 3″ layer of microcoils cannot be thick enough to create a comfortable sleep.

    I would really appreciate it if you could give me any advice or suggestions.
    Thank you very much.

    Dani May

  3. Do you know about Lifekind mattresses? I think they use the same factory as OMI. My sister’s environmental consultant told her Lifekind is the best for organic. I am interested in finding organic nonlatex organic. Lifetime has one but I’m afraid it could be too hard. Have you ever heard anything about Lifekind? They ship nationwide.

    • Hi Peter,
      Honestly, I’m not familiar with Lifekind. Have you heard of Joybed? It’s a newer mattress that I’m actually preparing to test soon. I can’t vouch for it yet, but based on what I understand, it sounds like it might be a good fit for you. You can check them out here: https://www.mattressnerd.com/joybedc

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