â€‹Bloomfield Hills-based sleep technology company Reverie has launched its new product lineup for fall 2016, which features six new mattresses that can be customized to an individual’s comfort level.
New offerings include Dream Supreme Mattresses, a collection of four mattresses that offer customization of firmness and feel. The Dream Supreme 1 and II Hybrid versions combine memory foam and Talalay latex, while Dream Supreme 1 and II Natural versions are made with all-natural Talalay latex. The suggested retail prices for the line ranges from nearly $2,500 to $3,500.
The company is also introducing the Dream Hybrid Mattresses. Retailing from nearly $1,500 to $2,000, the two-piece collection features the Dream I Hybrid and the bigger Dream II Hybrid mattress. Both mattresses contain the company’s patented Dream Cell technology, which allows couples with different preferences and comfort levels to customize the firmness level on their side.
“We’ve put some serious R&D horsepower behind our new mattress lineup, which provides total customization for the individual that can evolve with them over time as their bodies and lifestyles change,” says Martin Rawls-Meehan, co-founder and CEO of Reverie.
The company is also offering its T Series Adjustable Power Bases, which retail from $1,800 to $2,000, in its fall 2016 lineup. The bed base features a four-wave high definition massage, under-the-bed-nightlights, customizable wooden legs for different height options, and Bluetooth technology to enable control of the bed through the use of an iOS or an OLED remote.
Founded in 2003, Reverie’s mission is to focus on individual sleep solutions for each individual customer. In Michigan, the company’s products are sold at several Pure Sleep and ArtVan locations.
For more information, visit reverie.com.