Making The Right Choice

Types Of Mattress

Open Coil Mattress

  • The most common spring system for more affordable mattresses
  • Border rod or wire gives the mattress a firm edge and helps retain its shape
  • Sides are machine-stitched rather than hand-stitched

Pocket Sprung Mattress

  • More luxurious, with individual small springs housed in separate fabric pockets
  • Minimises the risk of you rolling towards your sleeping partner during the night
  • Springs work independently to respond to individual body weight

Memory Foam Mattress

  • Moulds to your body’s contours
  • Hypo-allergenic with anti-microbial properties
  • Provides support and enables natural movement during sleep
  • Helps to maintain correct posture and align spine horizontally when lying on your side

Gel Foam Mattress

  • Made of gel beads and infused with memory foam which creates an open cell structure promoting air movement
  • Gel foam mattress provides a firm yet comfortable sleeping surface
  • Resists motion transfer making it less likely to disturb your sleep if your partner moves

Cool Blue Memory Foam

  • Promotes lower back support once you settle into your most comfortable position
  • Designed to regulate temperature and humidity, maintaining a pleasant sleeping enviroment
  • Anti-Microbial properties makes the mattress hygiene friendly

Latex Memory Foam

  • Latex foam is a resilient and durable material, made from sap of rubber trees
  • Hypo-allergenic with anti-microbial properties
  • Generally comes with removable mattress cover with zip for easy washing
  • Well ventilated allowing refreshing cool sleep

Right Posture and Position

Back Pains and Aches

Whether the mattress is firm enough to support your lower back if you are a back-sleeper, while being soft enough to contour to your body. In fact, too-stiff mattresses tend to push against the spine while too-soft mattresses don’t offer enough support. A medium firm mattress is ideal for this type of sleeper.

For side sleepers, a mattress with slight softness is necessary to cushion the shoulders and hips.

Stomach sleepers (who very likely sleep this way because of lower back pain) need a firmer mattress to keep them afloat.

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Mattress Measurements

Material choices

Comfort levels

Looking after your mattress

Airing

Air your mattres for 4 hours after delivery to remove any aroma from storage. The mattress should be aired on a weekly basis by turning back the bedlinen for a few hours.

Flipping

It’s important to flip your mattress regularly to maximise its life. Body weight compresses a mattress, leading to dips and ultimately
uneven sleeping.

Circulation

Avoid using a plastic sheet on or under the mattress as this prevents air circulation and can cause condensation.

mattress topper and protectors

To get the best out of your chosen mattress try a mattress protector. They’re available in anti-allergy or waterproof styles, and are machine-washable.

Mattress toppers add a luxurious extra layer to your mattress. They provide extra support and comfort and will generally provide a cosier feel to your bed. Available in all UK standard sizes with a choice of materials: goose feather and down, siliconised polyester or quilted cotton-rich fibres.