Helpful Guides & Tips for Luxury Handmade Mattresses
A good night’s sleep is pretty important when you need to give 100% to your daily schedule. And a good night’s sleep is a lot more likely when you’ve invested in the right mattress for your bed. Buying a high-quality mattress is worthwhile for a number of reasons. Not only will a superior mattress keep you more comfortable, it will breathe and age better while leaving you feeling well-rested in the morning.
You don’t need to spend huge amounts of money. You can choose a hand-stitched product with natural filling that was made in the UK. And you can get free delivery to your door.
What are the advantages of a luxury mattress?
Here are our top seven reasons to invest in a luxury mattress for your bedroom.
- Your back will thank you. Properly-constructed mattresses can give orthopaedic support where it’s needed, especially in the lower back area.
- Both you and the person you share your bed with can sleep soundly if you choose a product that has springs mounted in separate cotton pockets. This means that you, and anyone else sleeping, enjoy the individual support and your own zone without affecting each other.
- Allergy or asthma sufferers may benefit from investing in a mattress that’s hypoallergenic and dust mite resistant. This doesn’t come as standard on all mattress products. Choose a hand-made, high-quality option to promote a healthier night’s sleep.
- You could select a cheaper option, but would you sleep better as a result? A great mattress will spread your weight evenly and help stop you tossing and turning.
- Luxury mattresses offer deep cushioning and may have air vents that keep them feeling fresh. Choose a good hand-made product that’s thick and comfortable and filled with over a thousand springs to get you properly settled.
- They needn’t be expensive. You can get a taste of luxury for as little as £150, and that’s delivered, too. Luxury mattresses are in stock now and ready to make their way to you.
- They’re a safe bet. Order today for quick delivery and you could enjoy a five-year warranty and one-year guarantee on some products.
If you’ve just realised a luxury mattress may be what you need to get you going in the morning, then there are plenty of great options to consider. Order now and your new ticket to night-time comfort could be with you sooner than you think!
What turns an ordinary mattress into a luxury mattress?
Is there really something special about a mattress that costs over £1000? It all depends on your definition of luxury - here's what the mattress manufacturers think:
No matter what type of construction is used for the mattress, the luxury element is defined by the design and work that goes into the mattress. For example, in a pocket-sprung mattress, where each coil is sewn into its own fabric pocket, the number of coils that make up the bed is usually an indication of how luxurious and high-quality the manufacturers believe the mattress to be. Whilst a standard mattress may have 700-800 coils, a luxury mattress may have over 2,000, making the mattress incredibly responsive and supportive. Similarly, mattresses that use foam as the main basis for their construction are made more luxurious by adding different layers that provide great support with a still-soft feel.
There are many different fillings used by mattress manufacturers today. They are used in different quantities and combinations to create varying levels of firmness and comfort. The use of luxury fillings is one of the things that distinguish a high-end mattress from its budget cousin. Fillings such as silk, cotton, mohair and cashmere are all used to create a warm, comfortable and desirable mattress.
A luxury mattress is often finished by hand. In some cases, much of the general construction work on the mattress may have used a range of craftsmen's skills in order to produce the desired effect, but hand-finishing is usually the only visible sign for a customer that the mattress is at the luxury end of the market. Look for hand-finished covers, or for descriptions of the mattress that make a point of explaining how the mattress has been constructed.