Leesa Sleep is one of the handful of mattress companies currently revolutionizing the sleep products industry. Leesa is based in Virginia and sells mattresses made of three separate and specialized layers of memory foam. Because Leesa takes advantage of the benefits of selling entirely over the internet, Leesa is able to sell their mattresses for a fraction of what high-end mattresses typically cost in retail mattress stores. Still, some consumers are wary of buying mattresses sight unseen without plopping down on them for a test siesta. Luckily, Leesa Sleep has just partnered with West Elm to sell their mattresses in their West Elm stores.
The Brooklyn-based West Elm sells fine home decor products and home accessories while committing themselves to sustainable, fair trade retail practices and charitable giving. Leesa, meanwhile, donates one mattress for every ten sold in an effort to end bedlessness and prides themselves on their commitment to the highest standards of overall social and environmental performance, transparency and accountability. Leesa co-founder and chief executive officer David Wolfe says that the partnership with West Elm will enable Leesa to reach a wider market while continuing to hold true to its core values:
After beginning our journey as an online-only company, we are thrilled to bring our product to West Elm’s stores, a brand that we believe shares our same mission in measuring success not just by financial results but by our impact on the world.
The new partnership between West Elm and Leesa is a perfect way for mattress shoppers to try out Leesa mattresses in a physical store. Now that West Elm is the exclusive retail home of Leesa mattresses, shoppers interested in a Leesa sleep experience can visit one of the 80+ Leesa retail stores or the West Elm website to see what Leesa has to offer.
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