IKEA Mattress Review 2024 | IKEA vs Origin

Buying a new mattress is exciting, especially if it’s been a while since you last shopped for one. With the continuous increase in mattress options, we are spoilt for choice when buying a new mattress. 

There are many different mattress types available on the market, and today we are going to talk about the most popular: IKEA mattress and the Origin Hybrid Mattress. 

Origin vs IKEA

Let’s take a brief overview of what both brands have to offer:



Origin Hybrid 


IKEA’s Amsosen


Price Range


$499 – $699

Mattress Type


Foam Only

No. of Layers



Top Material

Atmospheric Tencel

Cooling Gel

No. of Zones






Sleep Trial

120 Nights

100 Nights


15 Years

10 Years

Targeted Comfort (Verdict: Origin Wins)

IKEA Mattress vs Origin mattress: Spinal alignment image

Mattresses are a considerable investment. Therefore, one of the most important things to consider is your own comfort level. To find out how to choose a mattress that fits you best, let’s take a deep dive into both IKEA’s Amsosen gel memory foam and the Origin Hybrid’s construction. 

The IKEA’s Amsosen gel memory foam mattress is one of the newer additions to IKEA’s mattress lineup. It is built with all-foam material. While memory foam technology isn’t IKEA’s speciality, it is still considered decent for those looking for an affordable all-foam mattress.

As for the Origin, their Hybrid mattresses are made out of this unique multi-density design (the Aeroflex) which gives you more targeted comfort and support. It is designed to specifically target the neck and shoulder, the lower back and hips, as well as the thighs and legs. This helps with proper spinal alignment thereby preventing any potential new aches and pains in the neck or back when you wake up. 

Without a doubt, the Origin Hybrid seems to make a better choice for its carefully curated technology along with an affordable price which is not very far off from IKEA’s mattress.

Temperature Regulation (Verdict: Origin Wins)

IKEA Mattress vs Origin mattress: Temperature Regulation image

IKEA mattress offers a polyester blend cover, memory foam material topped with a layer of slim gel, and egg crate base foam to facilitate airflow and keep the surface cool. 

The Origin Hybrid Mattress, on the other hand, places more emphasis on creating an optimal sleep experience with its temperature-regulating properties. While most brands pride themselves on having cooling properties, the Origin Hybrid’s topped it up with 400 threads of Atmospheric Tencel top together with gel infusion memory foam designed to not only cool temperature when warm but also trap heat to keep you warm when it’s cold.  

What’s special about Tencel? It is a permeable textile that promotes cooling while it’s hot outside. It helps our body to maintain and regulate its own temperature when sleeping, adding additional versatility to the fabric. The natural latex material used is cooler and more breathable as compared to other foam type mattresses. It seems like the Origin Hybrid seems to gain a competitive edge over IKEA mattress for its material used.

Sag-Resistant (Verdict: Origin Wins)

Not all mattresses are built to last. There are several factors that contribute to a mattress’s lifespan, and one of them is the mattress type and the materials used. Foams tend to have a shorter lifespan as compared to latex or hybrid models. IKEA’s mattresses which range from innerspring, memory foam and blended latex have been reported  by Sleepopolis to have a certain amount of sagging after a couple of years compared to the average mattress.

On the flip side, the Origin Hybrid mattresses are built to last. Thanks to their Aeroflex technology along with its antigravity micro-precision springs, and carefully designed edge guard foam padding that surrounds the mattress and provides a support system for the mattress border. The brand also offers a much longer warranty period and trial nights of 15 years and 120 nights. 

Our Final Verdict – Which has Quality Sleep at the Best Value?

IKEA mattresses are known to be inexpensive, however, IKEA is not a mattress expert. Therefore, the mattresses they offer aren’t as high-quality as those from more expensive brands. Just from Sleepopolis alone, there are numerous complaints about sturdiness and toughness. Many people have talked about how mattresses start to sag after a short while.

If you are looking for a long-term investment, the Origin Hybrid would be a good option. Despite their inexpensive prices, these mattresses gained many positive reviews from consumers for its high-quality materials and long-lasting performance. The brand has been consistently rated 4.7 star out of 5 by Product Review Australia, being one of the best value brands in the market along with a good 15 years warranty, 120-nights free trial. 

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