Leesa just announced that you can try their mattress in a West Elm Location near you.
By my count that means that those of us in 34 states now have the chance to check the Leesa out in person. Unfortunately, those of you in Wyoming, South Dakota, North Dakota, Montana, Iowa, Nebraska, New Mexico and a few other states are going to need to do some driving to get to your nearest West Elm.
I have one really close to me, not trying to make you jealous. I’m going to try to pop into one today and take a couple of pictures, assuming that they let me. I was approved to go on a shopping trip to West Elm. Can you guess in the comments section which one I went to?
I had never been to a West Elm before, and I was pleased with the experience. It gave me so many ideas I had to hurry home to take measurements for my bedroom. I’m going to make major changes to my bedroom now, and I’ll likely be back at West Elm to pick up some of the items that made me decide that it was time for a change.
For those of you who have never been to a West Elm, like me, allow me to describe it. To me it was like an idea factory, everywhere you turn there is a different way of looking at your current bedroom set, or couch or dining room. At almost every turn you can imagine, oh that would look nice in my X room. But most hip furniture stores are going to have that. What sets West Elm apart is what brings them together with Leesa. They are both invested in the communities that they serve.
Leesa serves the community by donating 1 mattress for every 10 they sell and plants a tree for every mattress they sell. West Elm is committed to fair trade and sustainably sourced materials. I took this picture while I was looking at some of their covers and shams. They use Repreve polyester which is made from recycled plastic bottles in some of their products.
Repreve is the kind of material that I just want to love, but it’s just not quite soft enough for me. Perhaps they will be able to refine it a bit more in the future.
I love the cover on the Leesa so much I asked a no pressure salesperson, she just said hi and let me shop, if they had the Leesa blanket. Unfortunately, they didn’t oh well, at least I got to put my wallet back.
What I find the most interesting about this partnership is that West Elm previously had a partnership with Casper. As we know, Casper formed a larger partnership with Target and I assume had to vacate their position with West Elm. My gut tells me that Leesa is going to be a better fit with West Elm since they are, in my opinion, more focused on the community than Casper is.
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