Spanish for “patterned” (i.e. something that has a pattern)?

2018-06-14 07:30:48

My mattress has an embossed pattern which gets imprinted into my skin now and then, making for some funny reactions the next morning when I see myself in the mirror.

Today was one of those mornings, and I thought:

Maybe buying a patterned mattress was not that good of an idea after all.

But I couldn't quite verbalize it, because I didn't know what word to use to mean "patterned" in Spanish.

While writing this question I thought of "patroneado", but the DLE says patronear means to act as the skipper/captain of a ship, nothing to do with a pattern, so...

Any ideas?