Mattress Haven, 310 N. Main St., McPherson, is offering a new twist on the classic bean bag chair.

Mattress Haven, 310 N. Main St., McPherson, is offering a new twist on the classic bean bag chair.

The downtown business now sells CordaRoy’s chairs.

The chairs contain a mattress that can be pulled out and used for guests or children’s sleepovers. The mattress inside the chair is made of shredded high-density memory foam, making for a comfortable experience whether in chair or mattress form.

Mike Yates, Mattress Haven owner, said the mattresses are more comfortable than air mattresses and fold out in about 30 seconds.

CourdaRoy’s chairs, which were recently featured on the ABC show “Shark Tank,” are made in the United States and carry a lifetime guarantee.

Covers for the chairs come in a variety of colors and fabrics, including corduroy and suede. Mattress Haven has a diversity of covers in stock but also can place special orders.

Cost for the chairs start at $199 for a full-size mattress and go up to $349 for a king.

“We are eager to get the word out on these,” Yates said. “We have these exclusively in the county.”
Mattress Haven also carries iComfort mattresses by Serta. These mattresses are some of the most advanced memory foam mattresses on the market today, Yates said. iComfort mattresses are made with gel-infused synthetic memory foam, which keeps the mattress cool when you sleep.

Compared to a leading competitor, the iComfort mattresses use a higher quality foam, have a better warranty and cost about 30 percent less.

In addition, Serta allows a four-month sleep trial on the iComfort line. If you take the mattress home and don’t like it, you can return it within 120 days for a credit toward something else.

However, Yates said Serta has a high satisfaction rate among its customers. Ninety-eight percent of iComfort customers polled said they were very satisfied with their purchases — the highest rank possible.

Mattress Haven also offers bed sheets, pillows, mattress protectors, and bed frames and headboards.
Yates said he and his wife, Elaine, are very community minded. Mike serves on the McPherson Main Street board, the couple belongs to the McPherson Chamber of Commerce and the store often donates to causes  in the community.

Yates said he does not rely on sales, but rather Mattress Haven offers everyday affordable prices and straight-forward pricing.

“I don’t want to sell the same bed to 10 different people at 10 different prices,” he said. “I think that ethically makes sense and, in a small town, that makes good business sense.”