Mattress Giant Casper Launches in First Canadian Retail Store
By now, you’ve probably heard about the mattress company that’s turning the industry on its head. The company was named one of the top inventions by TIME and one of Fast Company’s most innovative companies in the world. Since launching in 2014, they have sold over $100 million in mattresses across North America.
It’s safe to say that Casper has simplified the way we buy mattresses by delivering them in a neat little package straight to our homes. Say goodbye to struggling to get too-big mattresses into our bedrooms and hello to cushy memory foam-latex beds. Oh, and did we mention they’ve got some major celebrity clout, too? Casper is backed by Leonardo DiCaprio, Ashton Kutcher, Adam Levine and Tobey Maguire.
And while the purchasing process for Casper mattresses is already pretty simple, especially with a 100-day full-money back return policy, the good people at Casper are giving hesitant Torontonians the opportunity to test the mattresses out IRL.
They’ve recently partnered with West Elm in Liberty Village to sell their mattresses in-store, a first in Canada for Casper. The mattresses are available in sizes twin ($725) to California king ($1275), and mattress foundations will soon be available in-store as well. The cash-and-carry concept has been available in West Elm stores across America since last summer and has seen major success.
If you haven’t had the chance to check out a Casper mattress yet, head to the West Elm in Liberty Village to check them out or book a bed at the Thompson Hotel for Casper’s sleep-in JUNOS viewing party, complete with complimentary drinks and apps! Reserve your bed here.
Have you tried Casper yet? What do you think? Let us know in the comment section below.
Featured Image: Instagram/@Casper
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