Mary of New York, writes:
Thank you so much for the info you provide on this site. My husband and I bought the Sealy Gracewood Vale and it has serious indentations after only 5 months. We have been allowed to get a replacement mattress but have to do it through the retailer we bought the Gracewood from. We want to stay with latex and are considering the S&F Holland Mills (Sealy Beachside equivalent). My husband is 6 feet and 180 lbs, sleeps on his back, no health issues. I am 5'8", 135 lbs, have significant hip pain from time to time, and sleep on my side or back. We are in our late 30s/early 40s. Do you think the Holland Mills would be a good fit? We liked the Gracewood until in started sinking. Also, is it ok to have a regular boxspring with a latex mattress or do we need aa platform-type foundation? They sold us a regular boxspring with the Gracewood and they say we have to keep it. Thank you.
Hi Mary. I think it is a good choice. The problem with the Gracewood Vale is all the poly foam in the eurotop. Unfortunately, that is why you got such a body impression. The plush model is just as comfortable, in my opinion, and will still help with the pressure points in your hips. You can also add a topper to it if you need to make it a little softer. It is a favorite choice and you both should be happy with it. The boxspring that comes with the latex mattresses is nice and strong. It's not necessary to buy a platform unless you want one.
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