After moving to San Francisco in 2012 and having the same mattress for over 8 years it felt like it was time to get a new mattress. So I did some research and learned what the best mattresses were and also was extra interested in mattresses that were good for those with bad backs. For the past 10 years or so, I’ve had herniated L4/L5 lower back pain so the softer the mattress the more pain I’m in. I prefer a very firm mattress whenever given the choice.
I learned about two brands, Haven and Idle. They’re owned by the same company so I was lucky enough to partner with BOTH brands as I updated my master bedroom and my guest room with their fabulous brands. Read more below and if you’d like to purchase Haven Mattresses Shop HavenMattresses here use code:BFCM30 or shop Idle Mattresses here., use code: FASHIONISTA50 for Idle.
Even my little Frenchie Ernestine loves how cozy this Haven Boutique Mattress is. This is the softer of the two beds, with a built-in pillow top which adds extra cushioning. The mattress adjusts to your body as you roll around and move. Shop The Haven Boutique Mattresses here and enjoy 30% Off Store-Wide + Free Pillows with any Mattress Purchase, use code: BFCM30.
As you all know, I adore Wine so I always find Champagne a great idea!
I’m also loving the new Jonathan Adler MRS. Vaporizer & MR. Candle. They’re in my guest room and add the perfect pop of fresh scent in a beautiful super aromatic scent.
In my master bedroom, I have the Idle Gel Plush Mattress which is much firmer than the Haven Boutique Mattress. Although I ordered the “firmest” of the two brands I have to say the Idle is way firmer and what I’d recommend if you have a bad back and like a firmer bed. Shop Idle Sleep and enjoy 50% Off Any Foam Mattress + 2 Free Pillows, use code FASHIONISTA50.
I absolutely love lazy mornings in bed and what’s cozier than a cup of coffee cuddling in bed with my little Ernie girl?
This post was created in partnership with Idle and Haven Mattresses who gifted me two mattresses for blog and social media coverage.
Photos by Kelsy Schaffor Photography