Call this a Symphony in Comfort Psst. I’ve got some inside information for you. Naturepedic’s newly redesigned and sublimely comfortable Symphony organic pillowtop mattress offers a hidden “guest bed.” ？We don’t market this as a...
Psst. I’ve got some inside information for you. Naturepedic’s newly redesigned and sublimely comfortable Symphony organic pillowtop mattress offers a hidden “guest bed.” ？We don’t market this as a feature， so this will be our little secret.accent pillow case baby burlap housewarming gift
If you have a Symphony， I doubt you’ll be offering it to guests， not even to a favorite sister. With a base of two layers of support coilsnursery lumbar pillow， each coil individually wrapped in certified organic cotton fabric and hand assembled， how can you be expected to go without that glorious support and isolation of movement？ I’m not judging. I didn’t even mention the 1 inch of certified organic natural latex foam built into the base. Listen. I understand. The Symphony takes comfort to a remarkable level.
This base alone is already incredibly comfortable as a cushion firm mattress.
Of course on top of this base you have a two-sided pillowtop made with 3 inches of organic latex. One side of the pillowtop is deeply quilted for an uber-plush， luxurious feel. Flip the pillowtop over and you find a lower-fill quilt design that creates a firmer sensation while still delivering a plush level of support. Three sleep sensations， depending on your preference， or even mood.
So here is the secret. ？If you’re in a pinch and need one more additional sleep surface， you can pull that lush pillowtop onto the floor for a comfy， cushy pad. You still get an incredible sleep sensation， and your guest(s) gets a cloud-like sleep surface better than any cot or couch could ever offer.
You’ll sleep satisfied. Instead of giving the shirt off your back， you’ll have given the top off your mattress， and that’s kind of the same thing， isn’t it？
Yes. It really is.
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