Manufacturing adjustable beds for more than a decade, Reverie’s T Series powered bed bases pair with the company’s Nightstand app to enable you to control your bed’s configuration from a smartphone. You can adjust to what the company describes as “limitless” head and foot positions, control an under-the-bed nightlight, and order yourself a 4-wave massage. The base also comes with a remote with an OLED display if you’d rather not use your phone. Wooden legs on all models adjust to three different heights to suit your personal preference for the entire bed. The T Series bases range from $1,800 to $2,000.
Reverie’s mattresses all have DreamCell foam springs that let you change the degree of firmness. Each sleeper can adjust the mattresses to his or her desired firmness, and you can rearrange or replace DreamCells as your preferences change over time. Dream Hybrid Mattresses ($1,500 to $2,000) allow you to adjust the firmness of each side of the bed, while Dream Supreme Mattresses ($2,500 to $3,500) let you enable firmness adjustment of the full mattress, so you can vary comfort levels from head to toe.
The various Dream Hybrid and Dream Supreme mattresses have different combinations of memory foam and all-natural latex. The top-of-the-line mattresses also have cashmere-blended woven covers and graphite-infused latex, for luxury and comfort, respectively.
“Quality sleep is a key pillar to a healthy lifestyle, and Reverie is dedicated to helping people sleep better and in turn live better lives through ensuring our products provide the best sleep experience possible,” said Martin Rawls-Meehan, Reverie’s co-founder and CEO.
Reverie bases and mattresses come with a 101-night free trial period. You can’t purchase Reverie products online but you can find local retailers on the company website.
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