A review of Therapedic mattress products.

A little background…

We opened The Goat Loft with Airbnb in July. It’s been quite a busy place and so far we have really enjoyed the hosting experience. I tend to overthink things while still missing others, so it probably took longer than it should have to get it up and running. One of the places I think I missed a few opportunities initially was the bedroom.

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When we first opened, I was all about the aesthetics. The bedroom was pretty and I thought the mattress was comfortable enough. It had a magnetic memory foam topper on it that friends had told us several times was very comfortable…then we received this as part of a review. “The only issue we had was the bed. It’s a hard bed and we are apparently wimps who need a cloud to sleep on. Needless to say, we didn’t get much sleep while there but again, wimps who need to sleep on marshmallows or an equivalent substance.” The rest of the review was incredibly positive, but this part bothered me. I knew I had to do something.

Fate intervened because literally the next week Therapedic reached out to me and asked if I would like to try their sheets and mattress topper for my holiday guests. Yes, please!

Set up

When the items arrived, I unrolled the mattress topper on the bed.

Therapedic memory foam mattress topper in package being unrolled on top of mattress. Bed headboard is teal and wall in background is grey with a basket hanging on the wall.

Then I noticed it needed to lay open for at least 48 hours… DOH! We had guests coming… so I drug it back to the house (A bit tricker when unrolled) When the guests left, I brought it back over and added it under the dust mite cover.

Therapedic memory foam mattress topper laid over a mattress with the dust mite cover folded back. teal footboard of bed visible in the bottom of the photo and grey wall and white baseboard in the background.

The 3 inches of foam already looked more luxurious and really filled out the mattress cover.

teal bed frame with dust mite mattress cover, wood plank floor and grey walls. yellow nightstand on the left with lamp and clock on top. tiered storage basket on right. Window with cream curtains behind bed.

Pulling the sheets out of the dryer, they were pretty wrinkled. (Full disclosure: I did feel the need to iron them before taking these pictures.) At 450 thread count, they were very soft, but felt pretty durable too.

wrinkled grey therapedic sheets spread on bed with teal painted headboard. grey wall in background, hanging basket on right wall and window with cream curtains behind the headboard.

I also noticed some really unique and useful differences. The elastic around the bottom is much thicker looks as though it would hold around a mattress very well. There are also tags on each side that tell you which part of the bed to place them on. Ever flipped a fitted sheet three or four times to make it fit? …a thing of the past with these babies!

grey therapedic sheet with thick branded elastic around the edge. tag on sheet reads "bottom" and mouldings of teal footboard are in background.

Flipping the elastic over, I found buttons. Buttons?

grey Therapedic sheet with back side of thick elastic showing a clear button sewn on .

On the flat sheet bottom there is a buttonhole… Say goodbye to the annoying problem of your flat sheet bunching up in the middle of the night.

button hole on grey Therapedic flat sheet

I personally find my pillow case slides off my pillow in the middle of the night as I flip and flop, these Therapedic pillow cases solve that problem with an envelope-flap closure.

inside of grey Therapedic sheets pillowcase with flap closure.

The end folds over your pillow, keeping it inside the case with a more polished look.

closed grey Therapedic sheets pillowcase with flap closure.

Putting it all together I felt like with these two little additions we had really made a noticeable change to the sleeping space.

The Goat Loft bedroom with grey walls, ornate wooden bed painted teal, coral dresser, mustard yellow nightstand with  lamp and clock on it. Tiered basket rack next to bed on right, window with curtains behind bed and two floral prints on the left wall that tie all the colors together.

I was right! The very next review we received stated “The bed and sofa bed were comfy…”. SUCCESS! Though of course I began to wonder if Thereapedic has a topper for sofa beds….


Therapedic Memory Foam Mattress Topper


  • Very easy to install and place in a dust and waterproof cover.
  • Has a more luxurious look and feel than a mattress alone


  • 48-hour wait time to fully expand

In short, the mattress topper is a fantastic and very “needed” addition. I have had several guests comment on how much they have truly enjoyed the comfort of the bed since I put it on. I wish I had one for myself.

Therapedic Sheet Set


  • 450 thread count
  • Cotton Sateen Softness means no pilling later on
  • “Therafit technology” (that wide elastic) that hugs the mattress for a perfect fit for any mattress depth
  • Deep corner pockets to fit mattresses up to 18 inches thick.
  • side labels on fitted sheet for easy and quick bed making
  • envelope closure on pillow cases
  • Oversized stay-tucked flat sheets can be buttoned to the fitted sheet to really keep them in place.


  • wrinkle more than I would prefer
  • buttoning them in place can be tricky on a bed with a footboard

I absolutely consider the sheets a hands-down win for the longer stay Airbnb guest, guest in my home, or me.

Due to the wrinkling out of the dryer and difficulty in use with a tight footboard, I am not sure they are a great fit for a “short-stay” guest in an Airbnb or short-term-rental environment.

Airbnb hosting has been a fabulous experience and our guests have been really lovely. I am so sorry we didn’t do this sooner. If you are considering it, you can find more information here.

I am so grateful to Therapedic for giving me the opportunity to share these fabulous products with you. As always, all opinions are my own and always will be.

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  • Reply
    Molli Taylor
    January 3, 2020 at 12:48 PM

    i have not gotten a new mattress really, ever. always a second or third hand. cant wait to change that.

    • Reply
      January 13, 2020 at 10:30 PM

      I’m sorry to hear you have not ever had a new mattress ever. I do hope you are able to find a good one soon! It really can make all the difference!

  • Reply
    Jason Cullum
    January 13, 2020 at 7:14 PM

    I like the button idea to keep the sheets from messing up. 48 hours is a long wait for the topper but it looks super comfy so I’m sure its worth it.

    • Reply
      January 13, 2020 at 10:29 PM

      Yes, I’ve had some lovely comments about how comfortable it is both in writing and in person, so it appears it did the trick! 48 hrs probably wouldn’t have been a big deal if I hadn’t had back-to-back guests coming in (and I had read the instructions… so operator error for sure)

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