All our mattresses are available in standard UK sizes. Measurements expressed in centimetres below.
W90 x L190
W122 x L190 (4ft)
W137 x L190 (4ft6)
W152 x L200 (5ft)
W180 x L200 (6ft)
Custom-sizes can be furnished upon request and will attract an additional charge based upon variance from the standard.
Types of mattresses we offer
Our natural organic mattress boasts a non-toxic design.
So, you can sleep easy knowing your bed’s free of harmful chemicals and synthetic materials, the fabric breaths incredibly well, making it excellent for keeping you fresh during the summer, but snug in the winter.
Hydro Gel Technology
The hydro-gel technology mattress showcases a cutting-edge design so you can experience a pressure-free sleep like never before.
Amazingly, this mattress resists body heat, which helps keep you cool for a relaxing night’s rest.
As your temperature increases, the advanced foam mattress becomes softer — this feature’s terrific for a guaranteed nights rest.
If you suffer from achy joints and sore muscles, this might just be the perfect solution to your problems.
When you receive your mattress, let it air around 6 hours to freshen and for the 'wrapped-up' aroma to dissipate.
Avoid using a plastic sheet on or under the mattress as this prevents air circulation resulting in condensation.
Give yourself time to fall in love
Your newbie may seem a little strange at first. The springs and upholstery in your old mattress were not what they used to be, so give yourself a little bit of time to get acquainted.
Turn your mattress
Your body weight compresses a mattress, leading to dips and ultimately an uneven sleeping surface, so it is essential to turn your mattress regularly to maximise its life. If turning a large mattress is difficult for you, then we suggest you consider a one-sided 'no-turn' mattress.
Our memory foam mattresses don't need turning. In some cases, they only have one sleeping surface so our recommendation would be to rotate the mattress lengthways occasionally (once a month) to maximise its life. Over time these mattresses may feel as if they are gradually getting softer, as cells within the foam open more fully and the surface reacts more quickly. However, pressure relieving properties remain the same, and eventually, the whole mattress will react evenly.
Avoid using detergents or chemical cleaners. Instead use a clean damp cloth for light cleaning, allowing the mattress to dry afterwards.
One of the best ways to keep the upholstery in tip-top condition is to use a mattress protector as this will protect it from contact with body moisture.