Sleep Republic vs Peacelily

Peacelily or Sleep Republic: Who can provide a more peaceful night’s sleep?

Peacelily and Sleep Republic are both Australian mattresses that you can order online. However, there aren’t that many more similarities! Sleep Republic is a hybrid mattress with multiple layers (foam and springs) designed to provide optimum levels of comfort and support. Peacelily, on the other hand, has only one main material: latex.

Which mattress is right for you? Check out our comparison table to find out for yourself.


Free trial

Free shipping Australia-wide

Delivery timeframes

3x Bedbuyer’s Best Mattress in a Box

Comes with a comfortable layer of foam

3D spacer fabric panelling

High-density pocket springs

Cashmere cover

Edge support

Endorsed by Spinal Research Foundation

Sleep Republic

Yes

Yes

Next-Day Shipping in Most Metro Areas

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Peacelily

Yes

No

Up to 11 Days for Some Metro Areas

No

No

No

No

No (cotton)

No

No


At least 100 night guarantee

Sleep Republic

Yes

Koala

No

Free Shipping

Sleep Republic

Yes

Koala

Yes

Hybrid Technology

Sleep Republic

Yes

Koala

No

Pocket Springs

Sleep Republic

Yes

Koala

No

Cashmere knit cover

Sleep Republic

Yes

Koala

No

12 year warranty

Sleep Republic

Yes

Koala

No

Why is Sleep Republic Australia’s best overall mattress in a box?

When judged exclusively against latex mattresses, Peacelily does well. Bedbuyer has awarded them the Best Latex Mattress in a Box in Australia. But what if you’re judging all mattresses of all types? Well, for 3 years running, Bedbuyer has awarded Sleep Republic the award for Best Overall Mattress in a Box.

Sensationally soft cashmere

Cashmere is soft, durable, luxurious, natural… we could go on listing positive adjectives forever! We use cashmere on the Sleep Republic cover. Peacelily uses cotton.

Edge support

The Sleep Republic mattress uses high tensile springs on the surrounding sides to improve edge support and help you stay on the bed overnight.

High-density pocket springs

Peacelily doesn’t have any springs in their mattress. In the Sleep Republic mattress, however, you get high-density pocket springs for maximum support.

Natural latex

Both Peacelily and Sleep Republic use natural latex: a natural fabric with great airflow for keeping you cool in the hot Aussie summer. However, the Sleep Republic mattress only uses one layer of latex surrounded by foam and springs.

NASA’s memory foam

On a latex mattress, like Peacelily, you lie ‘on top’ of the mattress. With memory foam in the Sleep Republic mattress, you sink into the mattress, and it aligns to your body.

Our panels are in 3D

While Peacelily uses conventional flat panelling, the Sleep Republic panels are made from a 3D fabric which improves airflow.

A soft cashmere cover

There are few surfaces in the world as soft as our cashmere knitted fabric cover. It is a natural, breathable, glorious material. Ecosa, on the other hand? They use polyester.

An edge that won’t sag

The springs surrounding our mattress’s edge are high tensile to stop sagging and prevent you from rolling off the bed. HappySleep’s mattress does not provide edge support due to the lack of springs.

High-density springs

A higher spring count maximises support. While an average mattress might have 800 springs in a queen size, at Sleep Republic, we have 1850 individual pocket springs.

Natural and renewable latex

Our latex layer is natural, renewable and serves a practical purpose as well. The latex on our Sleep Republic mattress regulates airflow and makes Aussie summers less sweltering.

Quality memory foam

With our memory foam (developed by NASA), you’ll get comfort and relief from a material that contours to your body.

Enhanced airflow

Other mattresses might make you feel hot and sweaty on summer nights. But with Sleep Republic’s 3D spacer fabric, airflow is enhanced. Eva, on the other hand, has more conventional flat panelling.

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Two materials are better than one

Peacelily uses a latex material in their mattress, which has its pros and cons. At Sleep Republic, we’ve gone with two complementary materials: foam and springs. This way, you get the pros of two materials (both support and comfort) and none of the cons (sagging and discomfort).

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A warranty for 12 years

Worried about a warranty? Don’t be! Your mattress is backed with a solid warranty for 12 years at Sleep Republic.

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Try risk-free for 100 nights

Both Peacelily and Sleep Republic offer 100-night trial periods. If you don’t love your mattress, just send it back for a full refund.

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You can’t beat cashmere

We chose to give the Sleep Republic a cashmere surface for many different reasons: it is washable, durable, natural, and exceptionally soft.

Frequently asked questions about Sleep Republic vs Peacelily

Sleep Republic offers free delivery Australia-wide. No matter where you live, whether it’s mainland, metropolitan, regional, or even on one of Australia’s islands, shipping is free. Peacelily’s delivery is sometimes free, but they do charge a fee for certain regional areas and postcodes.

They are. While they have many other differences, both Sleep Republic and Peacelily are mattresses in a box.

Peacelily’s mattress does not come standard with a foam layer. They sell a mattress topper with foam to suit people looking for extra comfort and cushioning, but it costs extra. At Sleep Republic, the foam layers come standard as part of the mattress itself.

100 night free trial

It’s one thing to read about a mattress, and it’s another thing to really experience it for yourself. You can try the Sleep Republic mattress for 100 nights and, if you don’t love it, you can return it free of charge.

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Purchase online

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Get free shipping all over Australia

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Start your 100 night free trial

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Return it, or love it for life