Luxury mattress models made in the U.S. from the world’s most sumptuous materials by the hands of master craftsmen.
There are those who live without compromise. In pursuit of precision, they dedicate years to honing their craft. Kluft mattresses are inspired by New York luxury, and three generations of Kluft family world-class master craftsmen, originally available only through the Bloomingdales home department. Deftly tailored with the finest materials, artistry, and precision, Kluft craftsmanship sets the universal standard for sophistication and refinement for a perfect sleep that has been over a century in the making. Reward yourself with the experience of a Kluft mattress.
Made in the U.S. means quicker delivery time, sent on our own truck and set up by our certified technicians. We do not employ a third party to delivery and install your bed system.
Made in the U.S. from natural materials that
have defined international luxury for decades.
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All models are Adjustable Base compatible
Starting at $6,497 no Topper (Queen)
Starting at $4,497 no Topper (Queen)
FAQ: Kluft and more
What are the industry standard bed size measurements?
These are all standard measurements used in the mattress industry: Twin Mattress = 38” x 75”
Twin XL Mattress = 38” x 80”
Full Mattress = 53” x 75”
Queen Mattress = 60” x 80”
King Mattress = 76” x 80”
California King Mattress = 72” x 84”
Please note, because all mattresses made by E.S. Kluft & Company are handmade, there is an allowed +/- 1 ½” tolerance. Measurements are taken from the bottom of the mattress or foundation and are taken from edge to edge or side to side.
What should I know about mattress construction?
What are the construction features of each mattress brand that offer optimum support for the back and body?
What are the materials and layers used in each mattress brand that offer the best comfort?
What should I know about mattresses in general?
A mattress with innerspring construction uses tempered coils that retain strength and prevent sagging.
All mattresses should meet Federal Flammability guidelines, including the use of barrier fabric and/or fiber versus chemical treatment.
There are three main types of mattresses: traditional innerspring using tempered coils, hybrid made with half foam and half springs, and lastly made entirely of latex or a mattress foam.
Where are Kluft mattresses made?
The parent brand, E.S. Kluft & Company, utilizes two American-based factories for their handmade bed systems: a facility in Pennsylvania supplies East coast retailers, and a manufacturing plant in California services the West coast retailers.
Is there a difference between beds by Kluft and Aireloom?
The parent company, E.S. Kluft & Company, designs and manufactures both Kluft and Aireloom handmade beds in the same facilities in Pennsylvania and California. Every single model must pass strenuous standards; each model offers specific construction and components which contribute to their comfort. Because the materials used on a Kluft mattress are finer, with a distinctive procurement process, they attract a slightly different clientele in the marketplace.
How does a “micro coil” differ from a regular coil?
The tempered steel coils offer the base support in the mattress overall. The thinner, more flexible steel Micro coils are utilized in the comfort layer which is closer to the top surface, providing excellent relief from pressure and adding to comfort. As one might expect, all steel coils in a Kluft-made mattress are resilient and very durable and not prone to body impressions.
Do I really need a new foundation?
We use the term “bed system” based on the fact that our handmade mattresses are made to perform in the most satisfactory way when paired with the foundation made by the same manufacturer. Therefore, it is highly recommended to purchase both at the same time.
But, if your box spring/foundation is not old, and does not exhibit any signs of saggine, and will provide excellent support for a new mattress, it should be alright. If your old foundation is not supportive, your new mattress will suffer a decrease in comfort and proper support for sleeping.
The Kluft mattress warranty shall be in effect when using your old foundation/box spring but only if it meets the requirements stated in the warranty. If your old foundation is inadequate in any way, the new mattress warranty can be voided.
An important thing to consider is that any new mattress will be feel different when used on a foundation other than on which it was displayed at your retailer.
What is the difference in construction between Kluft mattress models?
There are many models in the Kluft lineup. The top-of-the-line, Royal Ascent uses the most luxurious materials available, justifiably reflected in the price. While each model is made by the hands of skilled artisans, none skimp on luxury or comfort. The integrity of the Kluft brand is fully represented in every mattress and foundation.
The collections range from incorporating traditional engineering or using an innovative system of hand-compressed coils and tufting by hand called the Kluft Standard™. This patented design includes an unrestricted coil system that creates the optimum fit for the sleeper resulting in a superior support.
Whether the interior core support is provided by coils, foam, or Latex, each Kluft model employs the highest quality of natural, eco-friendly, modern state-of-the-art fabrics and components. Each mattress is crafted by hand to make sure that every detail is superlative to provide the look of luxury and comfort you expect as a discerning client.
Why does the bed I bought feel different from the store model?
The mattress in the store is a floor display. Generally, a displayed mattress has been on display for a long time with quite a bit of wear and tear, whereas yours has not. Due to the many-body impressions that have tested the mattress, the comfort materials in the displayed mattress have settled.
Does my new mattress require a break-in period?
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