Born in Los Angeles
Los Angeles Mattress Stores was founded in LA with a simple vision: to provide a mattress system for consumers who wanted a more comfortable night's sleep. Over the years mattress technology at LA Mattress Stores has changed and advanced, but the vision has remained the same.
At LA Mattress Stores, we've spent years mastering the art and science of sleep products ensuring our customers the best selection possible. It shows in our advanced foams, state-of-the-art technologies, and the quality we offer at every price point. It shows in every mattress we sell designed with this experience and know-how. But most of all, it shows in the support, durability, and deep, restful sleep that have been LA Mattress Stores trademark for years.
Today, LA Mattress Stores combines old world craftsmanship with state-of-the-art mattress designs to provide the ultimate in sleep comfort. The company offers a range of comfort systems to meet the expanded needs and discriminating tastes of today's consumers. Whether you’re 25 or 65 the quality of your sleep has a huge impact on the quality of your life.
You'll not only sleep better, you'll feel the difference all day long. Don't take our word for it. Give us the only test that matters. Lie down on one of our mattresses. You'll experience what it took our sleep experts years to master.
At LA Mattress Stores we believe in staying active in our community. Our customers know that when they purchase a mattress at LA Mattress Stores, the money stays local to help create jobs and support local families.
Why shop locally?
A glimpse into the economic impact:
Small businesses provide 55% of all U.S. Jobs.¹
The 28 million small businesses in America account for 54% of all U.S. sales.²
The number of small businesses in the U.S. has increased by 49% since 1982.³
Shifting 10% of our annual spending to local businesses creates jobs and develops new economic support.
1-3 U.S. Small Business Administration: www.sba.gov/content/small-business-trends-impact 4 Institute for Local Self-Reliance: "Key Studies: Why Local Matters". Last updated Jan. 2016. (Cites Study "Going Local: Quantifying the Economic Impacts of Buying from Locally Owned Businesses in Portland, Main." Garret Martin and Amar Patel, Maine center for economic policy, Dec. 2011.): ilsr.org/key-studies-why-local-matters