High-end and other mattress brands including Parachute and Sweden-based Hastens have seen demand grow amid the pandemic as consumers spend more time at home. "People are putting more money into the home next and other things that make them feel good," said Mark Abrials of Avocado, which sells carbon-negative and wool-free mattresses priced from $899.
Pandemic-era focus on home spurs mattress sales
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