Adorned with luxurious damask fabric
is a woven, soft and flexible fabric used in many mattresses. Most fabric
originates from Europe, with France and Italy being the preferred sources. It is available
in different qualities from affordable polyester Damask to Viscose Damask. The material
is highly breathable so works well with the mattress to circulate air.
Only requires flipping and rotating every six weeks to maintain high quality
Spread evenly any wear that develops over time by flipping or rotating the mattress every 6 weeks. Not only will this increase the life span of the mattress it will diminish indentations that build up over time. Indentations which could otherwise cause discomfort, back pain or poor-quality sleep.
Rated at a medium/firm firmness level, making it ideal for orthopaedic requirements
A medium firm tension mattress is slightly firmer than your average medium mattress. This is ideal for those who either prefer a little bit more support, or, those that have a slightly higher BMI than average. You may also benefit from a medium firmness mattress where you are suffering from neck/back pain as the additional support can help prevent and alleviate these symptoms.
Superb and durable hand-stitched handles
This mattress comes with turning handles that will assist in the rotation and flipping of the product. May seem like no big deal selecting a mattress without handles, however, their use is critical in the movement of larger mattresses and can be the difference between pains and inconvenience and not,
Exemplary hand-crafted quality, made in the UK
Finished with a rich, hand-tufted wool and cotton top
Hand Tufting is a labor intensive process that involves securing the fittings to a mattress rather than having them operate independently and loose within. This small act not only secures, but also leads to the mattress lasting longer and feeling firmer. A hand-tufted mattress is great for anyone looking for additional stability while they sleep.
Modestly sized at 25cm
25cm depth is about average for a mattress, it leaves plenty of room for good quality fillings while still allowing you to fit a standard sheet over it.
Filled with a wealth of wool, mohair and cashmere
Crafted with a high pocket spring count
Pocket springs are of considerable better quality than their poorer traditional open coil counterparts. Put simply, pocket spring contours better and supports better than other base layers. When it comes to pocket spring mattresses, the general rule of thumb is that the more springs the better. There are exceptions, of course, but for the best part this is likely to be a good quality mattress based on it's base layer.