Latex is an exotic juice extracted from Asian tropical trees, by local farmers. Its anti-parasitical properties made it popular in the bedding industry, on top of its already popular elastic comfort. Chances are, while you did your research for a mattress, you came across “100% natural latex” mattresses. Like every homemade recipe, adding unnecessarily something, can ruin the recipe. Therefore, we use a special blend made up from both processed and natural latex. The production process we prefer is Talalay, which delivers higher quality in a cost-efficient manner. Our recipe makes the most out of latex, by acquiring the attributes from both the natural and specially processed latex, without its disadvantages. On top of that, our Belgian partners responsible for the production, go through frequent inspections to maintain their Oeko-Tex certificate, which we proudly provide whenever asked. Unfortunately, harmful fillers are very popular in our industry and we take this matter seriously.
These are mattresses, which after the standard production, go through an intense manufacturing process and superb quality control. Experienced personnel adjust handmade ties on the quilt, which provide a long-lasting result, for the maximum possible quality we can achieve through a mattress. Handmade mattresses are in-fact more pleasant and greatly increase the ventilation in your mattress, while we minimize the chances of night sweats.
Cocofelt with Latex
The most commonly used felt in mattresses, is the coco-felt. It is made up from coconut fibers, infused with latex juice, drained from locals in the tropical coasts of Asia. Our coco-felt is strictly from coco fibers where the coconut tree prospers, and therefore, gives us the full range of the properties we are seeking. The coco-felt we use, absorbs the humidity and at the same time allows proper ventilation. It provides a more flexible surface, that assists the mattress to softly hold our bodies. The combination of latex, ensures us for a long-lasting result with orthopedic properties, ideal for nearly everyone. Lastly, it has thermal insulation properties, which maintain the temperatures steady.
Around the 1750s, the elite across Europe used horsehair for their luxurious mattresses. Horsehair became a very popular filling at the time, as the technology started progressing exponentially, they discovered several beneficial attributes. On top of that, the latex-like feeling that often is compared to a pillow, made it ideal. Based on today’s research and development within the mattress industry, beneficial attributes have been discovered, such as the ability to repel micro-organisms, and its strong hypoallergic properties. Further advanced research has also proven, that horsehair regulates the humidity within the mattress, which assures the elasticity and endurance, within time.
Our fabrics are skin-friendly, from pure raw materials. In contrast to recycled and radioactive raw materials, we use only certified raw materials to promote health and quality during our sleep. Incidents of carcinogenic raw materials have been reported in the industry, where we responded by asking certificates from credible associations.
Better ventilated from the average mattress, helping us to regulate the temperature of the micro-climate in our mattress.
It takes the structure of your body, providing a better result.
Mattresses with musculoskeletal support, are extremely soft on their surface, to avoid pressure on the nerves and capillary vessels, which provides comfort and well-being, while our body properly adjusts on the surface.
To assure the quality of the materials inside the mattress.