Reverie is a major manufacturer of adjustable beds, including those sold by several mattress manufacturers. Reverie also designs and makes mattresses. Their mattress, the Dream Series, are not just something to sell with their adjustable beds, but have innovative features worth considering. Reverie sells mattresses both with adjustable beds and with flat foundations (platforms).
What type of mattresses are they? The most accurate description is independent response latex mattresses. The support core for each Reverie mattress is a set of DreamCells™ arrayed in a honeycomb pattern. A DreamCell is a cylinder (or support column) of natural rubber (aka natural latex). These support columns respond independently in a manner similar to pocket coils to yield conforming contouring for pressure relief.
Each latex support column has one of four firmness levels: Extra Soft, Soft, Medium, and Firm. These are arrayed within a cavity formed by a foam rail when a mattress is assembled to meet the the specifications of the customers. When ordering a mattress, the customer chooses the firmness for the right side and the left side, a process similar to airbed and water bed users selecting the firmness for each side of the bed, except that the choice is built in.
On the top two Reverie mattress models, the firmness and configuration (zoning) can be adjusted, but on the third the configuration is fixed once the mattress is made. Reverie puts it this way:Finally, a bed that changes as you do.
Each Reverie Dream Series model is matched with one of Reverie's adjustable foundations. However, a customer can select the flat foundation instead.
Currently there are three Reverie brand mattresses, Dream Supreme, Dream and Dream Lite. These models are available on the Reverie website and through authorized dealers of Reverie Adjustable Foundations. They carry Reverie's limited lifetime warranty with full replacement in years 1 through 5.