The DreamCloud aims as high as the clouds in its name, with 8 layers of premium bedding materials that combine to produce a weightless, serene sleep.
The pocketed coil base is quiet enough to make you forget it’s there, but when you lay down on the mattress you will definitely feel the benefit it provides. The springs provide a support base for the multi-layered memory foam on top, allowing for better pressure-relief than purely memory-foam mattresses.
The coils are contained in 5 zones throughout the mattress, which means the right part of the mattress responds at the right moment, without bending and warping the entire surface. This can be felt the moment you sit on the mattress – it takes your weight comfortably without creating a giant sink-hole that makes everything roll towards you.
DreamCloud advertise the mattress as a 6.5 on the firmness scale, which they describe as the sweet spot between too soft and too firm. This matches with the horde of online reviewers who praise the mattress’s ability to ‘hug you’, while still being firm enough to provide good back and muscle support.
The first thing you’ll notice about the mattress is the tufted surface which actually resembles a network of little clouds. The ‘clouds’ on the surface are made out of a highly breathable, super-soft cashmere, and you will still feel the benefit of these even of you decide to use a mattress-protector.
The DreamCloud can be used with any base, or no base. It can be used on the floor, on a slatted bed, and even on adjustable beds.
Overall, the DreamCloud delivers a level of comfort in line with its luxury reputation and premium price.