The Benefits of Natural Materials

Our natural fabrics are mindfully sourced to create the most durable, breathable and comfortable mattresses possible.

Cotton is uniquely absorbent, naturally breathable, and extremely durable.

Just like we wear cotton clothing for its breathability, cotton is used in mattress construction for ideal air circulation, keeping your body cool and comfortable. We use cotton in a unique way, taking extra steps in the tufting process to increase mattress durability. Each cotton layer is placed over the top of the innerspring, expertly tucked into the coils and pre-packed with skillful button-tufting to prevent shifting or clumping. These traditional steps allow for exceptional support night after night.

Wool is a natural, hypo-allergenic, temperature-regulator.

This organic, breathable material stays warm in the winter and cool in the summer. Along with cotton, we use wool in the upper layers of some beds, to work in harmony with your body, regulating temperature and wicking away moisture as you sleep, creating a comfortable climate. The protective lanolin coating found in wool makes it naturally resistant to combustion and acts as a natural fire barrier without added chemicals.

Natural rubber latex has contouring & body-conforming benefits.

A favorite cushioning material in our toppers and pillow tops. Natural latex is more durable than polyurethane foam. Synthetic foam starts to lose its shape, crumble and deteriorate in about three years. Latex bounces back and keeps its shape for 10-15 years. It offers antibacterial, antimicrobial and dust mite resistant-properties—making it a perfect material for allergy sufferers. Since it is naturally-derived, there is no off-gassing which can happen in polyurethane foam, especially those sourced overseas.