WHAT SETUP DO YOU RECOMMEND FOR A CASPER MATTRESS?

The type of support that sits under your Casper is just as important as the different layers of foam. It can ultimately affect the lifespan and performance of the mattress.

The best option for your Casper mattress is to have it on the Casper foundation and metal bed frame. Some bed frames and foundations don’t offer the right long-term support, especially when your Casper should last you 10 years. Using the Casper foundation ensure that you have adequate support for the mattress, regardless of the rest of your setup, for the full 10 years of your warranty.

There are a few additional options. If you prefer not to get rid of your existing box spring or foundation, we recommend using a bunkie board between the mattress and box spring. This’ll help ensure that the mattress has even support. If you prefer not to use a boxspring or foundation at all, a firm platform base or a slatted base with unyielding slats thick enough to support the mattress will also work. The general rule of thumb is the firmer, the flatter, the better.

However, if you end up keeping your Casper mattress past the 100-night trial, we highly recommend getting the Casper foundation. We spent thousands of hours developing it, it’s designed to perfectly match the mattress, and it’s easy to assemble.