What is a Featherbed?
For those looking to take their sleeping experience to the next level, investing in a featherbed mattress topper will give you an extra layer of comfort for a better night's sleep.
What is a Featherbed
Featherbeds are fluffy enclosures filled with high-quality feathers. Featherbeds are placed directly on top of your existing mattress, even a pillow-top mattress. Featherbeds provide an extra layer of support for your body's pressure points - shoulders, hips, and back. This extra layer of support creates more comfort allowing your body to relax throughout the night.
The right featherbed can transform your ordinary sleeping experience into one that feels as if you're sleeping on a cloud.
Featherbeds are available in a wide variety of construction types. Each type supports your body in different ways depending on where you need it the most. Here are some construction types offered by Pacific Coast®:
Baffle Box -This construction ensures even fill distribution by stitching a box pattern into the featherbed.
The Baffle Box Featherbed has a no-shift design that keeps feathers in place. It provides a deeper, more restful sleep by gently cushioning pressure points like your shoulders and hips. Great for added support.
Baffle Channel - Vertical channels are sewn into the featherbed, allowing fill to float more freely through the enclosure. This can allow for more support in specific areas, and it is easy to adjust the distribution manually.
The EuroRest® Featherbed is designed with an additional soft quilted layer on top for extra comfort. As you sink into the featherbed, the EuroRest® contours to your body, cushioning pressure points like shoulders and hips. This gentle featherbed hug helps relax your body for a more comfortable night's sleep.
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Below is a sampling of other featherbeds available at Pacific Coast®
Our Lumbar™ Featherbed has overfilled and specially sized central chambers for extra lumbar support. The unique design provides more support where a sleeper needs it most. It gently cushions pressure points like shoulders and hips as a sleeper’s body settles into the featherbed.