Avocado and Naturepedic are easily two of the most sustainable mattress brands on the market—and they actually have more similarities than differences.
Both focus on sustainability, with most of the same eco-friendly and organic certifications and several comparable mattress designs.
Still, there are a few factors to consider when deciding between the two brands:
If you want a clear trial and warranty policy, go with Naturepedic.
While most Avocado mattresses come with trials and warranties, they are not as consistent—and this can make choosing between models a bit trickier.
Naturepedic offers one set 100-night trial and 25-year warranty. The only exception to this is the luxury Halcyon collection, which requires an in-store purchase.
If you want a longer trial, go with Avocado.
While Naturepedic’s 100-night sleep trial is better than no trial at all, it’s not as long as many other mattress brands today. If you want significantly more time to see if the bed is right for you, Avocado offers a full year trial on the original Avocado Green Mattress (as well as the vegan version), and the Luxury Organic model.
If you want customization options, go with Naturepedic.
Avocado offers the option to add a pillow top to some models, but otherwise there isn’t much opportunity for customization. Naturepedic has several firmness customizations to help you find the right level of comfort and support.
If you want more budget-friendly options, go with Avocado.
Both brands offer a range of prices, including splurge-worthy beds made with luxury materials. But, if you’re hoping to stay on the lower end of the price range, Avocado has more options. The cost of a queen ranges from $1,299 (for their most affordable model) to $3,899 (for the most high-end option). Plus, they often run substantial discounts around major holidays.