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Layla Mattress Foundation

A beautiful bedroom piece with solid wooden slats and durable construction.

*Pictured with Layla® Bed Frame. Select Bed Frame below to add both to cart.

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A foundation that is strong and beautiful.

Two women and a dog sitting on a mattress

The Layla® Mattress Foundation.
It's rock solid and built to last.

Our mattress foundation is built with solid wood slat construction that provides excellent
airflow and support underneath your mattress, finished off with well-designed fabric that
perfectly fits both the mattress and the vibe of your room.

Love it. Guaranteed.

Try it for a few nights. If you don’t love it, return it for a refund.
Foundation assembled with slat pack
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Mattress Foundation FAQs

  • Great question! It depends on what you plan on putting your mattress on. If you have a platform bed (a bed with slats) then you don't need a foundation. However if you have a traditional bed (headboard, footboard, and rails) then you will need a foundation to sit on or in your bed rails to support the mattress. Also if you have a headboard only then you will need a metal frame and a foundation. You may also use a metal frame under your foundation without a headboard just to keep your mattress and foundation off the floor. But if you want to put your mattress and foundation straight on the floor we won't judge you

    Note: Traditionally a mattress and foundation are referred to as a mattress set.

  • The Layla® Foundation will work perfectly fine with any mattress. Just make sure you have the correct size.

  • The short answer: There is no difference.

    The long answer: In the old days a mattress foundation was a wooden box that also contained springs or a metal grid. The purpose of this was so that the foundation would have give in order to support innerspring mattresses. These foundations were called box springs. The industry moved away from this in the 1980's however mattress foundations today are commonly referred to as box springs. We call it a foundation but you can call it a box spring if you like. Tomay-to, tomah-to.

  • The Layla® Platform Bed stands alone on a set of legs and does not require a bed frame. Your mattress may go directly on top of the platform bed.

    The Layla® Foundation would be used for a bed that requires a box spring and can be placed on a metal frame which gives you the option of attaching a headboard.

  • The foundation works just like any box spring. Unless your foundation is going inside of a traditional bed (headboard, footboard, and rails setup) then yes, you will need a metal bed frame to go under your foundation to keep it off the floor. For the best support of course we recommend pairing your Layla® Foundation with the Layla® Bed Frame. If you happen to use another bed frame just make sure it has a center support bar for the best sleeping experience.

  • TwinTwin XLFullQueenKingCal King
    Dimensions:37.5"x 74"x 7.5" 37.5"x 79"x 7.5" 52.5"x 74"x 7.5" 59.5"x 79"x 7.5" 75.5"x 79"x 7.5" 71.5"x 83"x 7.5"
    Weight: 42 lbs 44 lbs 57 lbs 63 lbs 78 lbs 74 lbs

  • Made in the USA with imported materials

  • 30 Night Trial-100% Money Back Guarantee

  • 5 Year Warranty
    Covers:Defects in material or workmanship

  • Fabric: Outer Fabric:66% polyester, 30% viscose, 4% poly/lycra.
    Inner Fabric:Fabric100% polypropylene.
    Slat Pack Fabric:100% polypropylene.
    METAL/WOOD/PLASTICS: Slats:Canadian Spruce Wood.
    Frame:American Southern Yellow Pine.
    Corners & Pins:100% Polypropylene.