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Air Flow: The filings in the mattress are specially crafted to be breathable, enhancing freshness.


Air Vents: To make the mattress breathable, specially designed air vents are placed on the sides. This aids in keeping the mattress cool and dry.


Aloe Vera: Famous for its healing benefits. It provides you a healthier sleep as your skin cells are renewed in the process.


Anti-Bug: Bed bugs and other insects won’t be a problem with this kind of fabric, helping to repel these nuisances.

Bamboo Fibre

Bamboo fibre: The fabric is crafted with bamboo yarn. It is an eco-friendly material and a natural hypoallergenic. It’s also a deodorant that naturally absorbs moisture keeping the mattress dry and cool.

Bonnell Spring

Bonnell Spring: Also known as open coil springs. The springs are larger and fewer than other systems. These springs are linked together beneath the mattress fillings. This gives a firmer support as compared to the pocket spring system.

Classic Fillings

Classic fillings: These are traditional fillings that include wool mixed with polyester for binding.

Cotton Based

Cotton-based: This material is cotton-based but it is combined with linen. It includes binding fibres.

Double Jersey Fabric

Double Jersey Fabric: Jersey is a type of fabric that is crafted with wool, cotton, and other synthetic fibres. For a double knitted jersey, it offers a heavier and more durable kind of fabric with less stretch.

Fire Retardant

Fire Retardant: Our mattresses comply with British Standards and Regulations, which make them safer for all (BS 7177:2008 compliant).

Hand made in the UK

Hand made in the UK: All our products are manufactured in the United Kingdom to ensure product quality and safety. We do not import materials and products from other regions.

Hand Stitched

Hand Stitched: Our mattresses have hand-stitched sidings which show our special attention to detail. This increases the quality of our mattresses.

Hand Tufted

Hand Tufted: Tufting involves fastening the two ends of the mattress to make it tighter and more durable. Tufting by hand is far better than machine tufted because attention to detail is not ignored.


Handles: Conveniently located on the sides of the mattress for easy turning and handling. These handles are flag stitched for strong attachment.


Hypoallergenic: This type of fabric is suitable for people who have sensitive skin or is suffering from asthma. A hypoallergenic mattress helps prevent an allergic reaction because of its composition.

Latex Foam

Latex foam: This superior foam offers you moderate comfort. It has a sturdier feeling as compared to the memory foam. Latex foam has multiple air holes for proper ventilation and is known to be allergy resistant as well.

Luxury Fillings

Luxury fillings: These filings are found on high-end mattresses. It comprises a unique combination of cashmere, wool, and silk.

Memory Foam Gel

Memory foam gel: The memory foam perfectly adjusts and conforms to your body shape. The gel gives off a cooling sensation that will to maintain your body temperature for you to have a deeper sleep.

Memory Foam

Memory foam: For optimum support for your spine and joints. It moulds in the exact shape of your body for maximum support and comfort. The polyurethane material is sensitive to your temperature and weight, which makes it good for blood circulation.

Memory Wool

Memory Wool: This special material is environmentally friendly and provides many benefits. It is known to relieve pressure while providing comfort and support.

Natural Fillings

Natural fillings: The fillings of the mattress are crafted with nature’s gifts such as mohair, horse hair, cashmere, and wool.


Non-Turn: You can only make use of one side of the mattress. Most of the time, these mattresses have memory foam or pillowtop on its sleeping surface. It’s a hassle-free mattress because there is no need to turn it over every few weeks. However, it is highly recommended that it should be rotated from the head-end to the foot-end for longevity.


Organic: This is a more expensive kind of fabric because it is all-natural. There are no chemicals or additives in this fabric.


Orthopaedic: This type of mattress is ideal for those having back and joint problems. It is known to relieve pressure on joints and the spine with all-around support.


Pillowtop: This provides an extra layer that is stitched on top of the mattress. This layer is made from wool and silk for added comfort.

Pocket Spring

Pocket Spring: Mattresses with pocket springs offer more comfort as compared to the Bonnell Springs. The individually nested springs that are placed in a fabric pocket, makes the springs move independently when you lie on the mattress. When two people are on the bed, the other person won’t be disturbed.

Reflex Foam

Reflex foam: This foam is naturally hypo-allergenic and also resistant to dust mites. It does not store much of your body heat as compared to the memory foam.

Removable Cover

Removable Cover: The mattress features a removable cover that is easy to wash or replace.  A removable cover is good for the mattress to protect it from stains and dirt.

Rod Edge

Rod Edge: This feature is found on the open coil springs unit, which serves as the outer frame for a more sturdy structure.

Special Fabric

Special Fabric: A special fabric is used when the mattress was crafted. For more info, please take a look at the mattress specifications.

Twin Pocket Spring

Twin Pocket Spring: This mattress has double the amount of pocket springs, which makes it more comfortable and luxurious.


Two-Sided: You can enjoy both sides of the mattress because similar springs and fillings are placed on each side. It is highly recommended that this kind of mattress be turned over regularly to prolong its life.

Vacuum Packed

Vacuum Packed: This aids in easy handling and delivery. Air is removed from the package before it is sealed. When opening a vacuum packed mattress, please allow up to 4 hours for the mattress to be fully expanded and also to eliminate any odours from the packaging.

Wool Tufts

Wool Tufts: Wool is used to tuft the mattress. Both ends of the mattress is fastened together to make it tighter and more durable. Our mattresses are hand-tufted for special care.