Close this search box.
Shopping Cart
Shopping Cart

Making a beautiful home accessible to everyone and anyone!


Price - slider
AED 595AED 6,195

Showing 1–40 of 44 results

Mattresses from TUKA for well supported, restful and great sleep

Your light alarm clock gently wakes you up with calm music. You stretch properly on your new mattress – and trim yourself. You move your limbs to test it and you actually finally have less pain thanks to the good support function of your new mattress. Who would have thought that a mattress tailored to your needs could make such a difference. Do you want to enjoy your nights and wake up rested and satisfied the next morning? In this guide you will find out more about suitable mattresses.

Supportive and relieving: This is what sets mattresses apart

A good mattress relieves the body and supports it when lying on your back and side so that your muscles can relax. When lying on your side, your shoulders and pelvis sink in so far that the spine maintains a natural position. When lying on your back, the mattress should adapt to the S-shape of the spine. This prevents your spine from having to constantly tense to maintain its natural shape – and can prevent tension the next morning.

Since no two bodies are alike, not every surface is equally suitable for everyone. Size, figure and weight, but also personal preferences or physical characteristics determine which mattress is right for you.

Simply sleep well: the mattress types

Mattresses are usually classified according to their materials and differ mainly in terms of their core. The core usually also determines the various positive properties of the mattress.

You can sink nicely into foam mattresses

Foam mattresses generally have a high degree of adaptability to your body. They shape your body contours when you lie down and help your spine maintain a healthy posture. Foam mattresses are therefore particularly suitable for people with restless sleeping habits or back pain. High point elasticity ensures that heavy parts of the body such as shoulders and pelvis sink well into the mattress, while light parts of the body are supported.

The difference between cold foam and comfort foam lies in the manufacturing process. With a comfort foam mattress, the core is heated to harden it. A cold foam mattress is not heated. This also has an impact on sleeping later: While the comfort foam adjusts with heat, you can also use a cold foam mattress in cool bedrooms with a room temperature below 18 degrees. Even if you get cold easily at night, foam mattresses are wonderful. The core has high thermal insulation, stores body heat and releases it gradually. The open-pored foam structure still allows enough air to circulate.

Spring mattresses are good if you like to sleep harder

Spring mattresses are the classic among mattress types and are often used in combination with box spring beds. They have a core of coil springs surrounded by a layer of padding and an outer cover. Since they are not made from one solid piece, but have large cavities inside, they quickly drain moisture to the outside and ensure a good sleeping environment. They are therefore particularly suitable for you if you sweat easily at night. The circulating interiors of innerspring mattresses are also breathable, which prevents mold growth.

The steel springs in the core provide good support for the body and allow you to lie comfortably even if you weigh a little more. If you like to sleep harder or have a static slatted frame, spring mattresses are also a good choice for you. They already have stability and good support.

Latex mattresses help with back pain

Latex or natural rubber is a particularly natural material for mattresses. Some models have a little synthetic latex added to compensate for light sensitivity. Latex mattresses are soft and cuddly – so they adapt to your contours and offer good point elasticity. This relieves strain on the back and joints and can help with back problems.

A latex mattress makes no noise and does not bounce. If you move around a lot at night, latex mattresses are a good solution for a restful sleep. If you tend to sweat, you can also think about purchasing a latex mattress. Thanks to air bubbles in the material, the mattress simply transports moisture to the outside.

Viscoelastic mattresses are good for orthopedic problems

Visco mattresses consist of a so-called “shape memory foam” with a cold foam core inside. It adapts exactly to your body. Your body heat and weight form the mattress like an individual mold for you. The higher the temperature, the softer the foam becomes and the more the body sinks. The advantage is obvious: Viscoelastic mattresses have a very good adaptability to individual body contours and slatted frames and provide point-elastic support for your back. Sensitive parts of the body are pleasantly relieved by this pressure distribution. If you have orthopedic problems, this mattress is very suitable for you. In addition, the low-noise Visco mattresses are characterized by a long service life and high thermal insulation. Therefore, viscoelastic mattresses are suitable for you if you get cold easily at night.

Firmness level of mattresses: This is what you should pay attention to

The degree of hardness (H) provides information about how deeply your body sinks when you sleep. Depending on the mattress core, there are different degrees of hardness. The different manufacturers divide the degrees of hardness into three to five levels. In general, however, it can be said that as your body weight and height increases, a higher degree of hardness is advisable. A common scheme is the following:

up to 65 kg: firmness level 1-2

up to 80 kg: firmness level 2-5

81 to 100 kg: firmness level 5-8

101 to 120 kg: firmness level 8-9

121 to 160 kg: firmness level 10

Lying zones for mattresses

Mattresses are divided into special lying zones that offer you even more comfort. Due to the different firmness of the individual zones, the mattress supports certain areas of the body particularly well. The weight on the mattress can be distributed better and more evenly through the different areas. For example, your back needs more support than your legs. A division into three, five or seven zones is common.

3-zone mattress for shoulders, lumbar and pelvis

With three zones, a mattress usually protects the shoulder, lumbar and pelvic areas, with the shoulder and pelvic areas of the mattress being softer than the lumbar area. This zone is slightly harder to support the area and put the spine in a relieving position. The shoulders and pelvis are softer and can sink in comfortably.

5-zone mattress also stabilizes the head and neck

To further relieve the body’s strain, the 5-zone mattress is divided into a stabilizing head and neck area, a soft shoulder and pelvic area and a supportive thigh and foot zone. The lumbar area does not receive any additional support, making the mattress well suited for stomach sleepers.

7-zone mattress offers stability in all areas

Another variant is the 7-zone mattress. The head, lumbar and foot areas are supported stably, the shoulder zone is very soft, the pelvic area is medium soft and the thigh and calf areas offer more support again. The precisely tailored degree of hardness for the individual parts of the body ensures comfortable support. This division is well suited for side and back sleepers, as the shoulders and pelvis can sink easily into the mattress and so the spine is straight and parallel to the floor even in the lying position can proceed.

Tip: For even more sleeping comfort, choose a suitable pillow that you can rest your head comfortably on.

Sleeping positions: How to find the right mattress

Some mattresses are specialists for specific sleeping positions. For a restful sleep, you should choose the mattress according to your sleeping position. As an allergy sufferer, you should also pay attention to allergy-friendly material.

Side sleepers need the top area to be soft

For side sleepers, the hips and shoulders should be able to sink in well while the waist is supported at the same time. You therefore need a mattress with high point elasticity and good flexibility. Cold foam and latex mattresses offer exactly this. Thanks to their good springiness, these mattresses counteract lying depressions that could arise from the shoulders and pelvis. Heavy parts of the body can sink in comfortably and light ones are comfortably supported. Visco mattresses are also recommended because of their high adaptability.

Stomach sleepers sleep well on cold foam mattresses

To avoid a hollow back, stomach sleepers need a well-supported middle area that is not too soft. A spring core or visco mattress is then a good choice and prevents back pain the next morning. In spring mattresses, the integrated steel springs provide good support and support a healthy posture of the spine. Thanks to their cold foam core, viscoelastic mattresses prevent you from sinking too deeply while you sleep and provide pleasant support.

Good spinal support for back sleepers

Mattresses that provide good overall support for the body are suitable for back sleepers, so that the spine can retain its natural S shape even when lying down. A latex mattress is therefore a good choice to provide the body with the necessary stability. A spring mattress also ensures a comfortable sleeping position on your back. The springs support the entire body and ensure a healthy position of the spine.

Restful nights for allergy sufferers

For allergy sufferers, a foam, latex or visco mattress is a good choice. The antibacterial nature of latex offers good protection for allergy sufferers. Mites and dust hardly stand a chance with foam mattresses, as they often come with a removable and washable cover.

Tip: For a double bed, you should only choose a mattress for both partners if you and your partner have the same sleeping position. If your needs differ, choose two separate mattresses.

The right slatted frame for your mattress

What you shouldn’t forget: A mattress is only as good as its base. Depending on whether she is lying on a hard or a flexible slatted frame, a complex base with steel springs or a box spring bed, the comfort and hardness of the bed change. So you should think about replacing both when you buy a new mattress.

Especially if you have back problems, you should value a high-quality slatted frame, possibly with an adjustable spring system. Even with thin foam mattresses, an adjustable slatted frame can improve comfort. Slatted frames with curved, slightly pre-tensioned slats that can adapt to the lying position are particularly good.

Mattress care: six tips for you

A good mattress helps you sleep well and recover mentally and physically. If you lie comfortably at night and get up in the morning without pain, you have found the right mattress. To ensure that you get the most out of this mattress for a long time, follow these care tips that we have put together for you:

Turn your mattress every one to two months. This ensures even wear and prevents lying troughs.

Wash removable covers regularly, following the care label. Most covers can be washed at least at 40°C.

You can tackle dander, dirt and mites with a vacuum cleaner. This should be used at least every two weeks.

An additional mattress topper and a mattress protector under the mattress protect against abrasion and stains.

Because a mattress loses its elasticity over time, you should replace it every eight to ten years – along with your slatted frame.

You can get more tips on cleaning your mattress here.

Conclusion: The right mattress for even more relaxed sleep

With the right mattress, nothing stands in the way of a restful and relaxed sleep. Here we have summarized for you which mattress suits your needs:

If you get cold easily, choose latex or foam mattresses as they provide good insulation. Viscoelastic mattresses also have this property.

If you quickly get warm while sleeping, choose a high-quality innerspring or latex mattress that ventilates well and does not accumulate heat.

If you often have back pain or orthopedic problems, a latex or foam mattress can help you get rid of the pain thanks to its high point elasticity.

If you are allergic, you should make sure that the cover of your mattress can be removed and washed.


Making a beautiful home accessible to everyone and anyone