We spend around a third of our lives sleeping, which means you'll be spending a lot of time with your mattress over the years and it's no surprise that finding the right one will improve your quality of sleep, as your body is in direct contact with the mattress throughout the night.

Select the correct mattress for your needs and you'll have the best chance at getting your 40 winks and improve your productivity and wellbeing during the day. Buy the best quality mattress you can afford and pair it with a bedstead or divan that provides complementary support for the perfect starting point for sleep heaven.

 

                                                                           

 

WHEN SHOULD I REPLACE MY MATTRESS?

A good quality mattress should provide between 8-10 years of consistent performance and provide appropriate support. It's recommended that you change your mattress as the repeated usage can cause uneven compression leading to uneven support and therefore insufficiently suited to provide a comfortable sleep space.

Here are some useful questions to ask when deciding if it's time for a new bed or mattress:

1.Are you frequently waking up feeling un-refreshed and aching?

2.Do you disturb your partner or are you disturbed by them when changing sleep positions?

3.Does it look used or worn?

4.Does it feel lumpy?

5.Have you recently had a better night's sleep in a different bed?

WHAT COMFORT RATING DO I NEED?

It's always best to try out a variety of mattresses before you commit to your purchase, and bear in mind your natural sleep position. There is also an element of personal taste, so go with what feels best to you. A mattress should shape to the natural contours of your body without allowing you to sink into the surface and should provide the correct amount of support to keep your spine aligned in your natural sleeping position.

 

Soft
Feel

Front Sleepers

Soft support mattresses are usually better suited to front sleepers as they have more 'give' to comfortably cradle your contours.

 

Soft Medium
Feel

Front & Side Sleepers

Soft-Medium mattresses support and provide comfort to those preferring to sleep on their front and/or side.

 

Medium
Feel

All Sleepers

A medium mattress offers great support accross all pressure points minimising discomfort and enhancing sleep. Generally the most popular support chosen.

 

Medium Firm
Feel

Back & Side Sleepers

Sleeping on your back and side makes a firm mattress your best option as it will help keep your spine aligned.

 

Firm
Feel

Back Sleepers

For extra support, our firm mattesses are the best option for side sleepers or those who suffer from back pain.

 

What comfort rating do I need?

Lie on your back and try sliding a hand between the small of your back and the mattress. Your hand should fit between with minimal resistance.

If it's tricky to slip your hand between, the mattress is too soft and your body is being allowed to 'sink' into the surface and your body won't be supported as it should, with effective spine alignment.

If the gap between your lower back and the mattress is too great, your hand will be able to move about very easily and this usually indicates the support is too firm. Sleeping on a mattress that is too firm means your body will sit on the surface rather than being cradled comfortably, and you won't benefit from the supportive pressure relief and weight distribution required for refreshing, restful sleep.

SLEEP POSITION GUIDE

Front Sleeper

To prevent overarching your lower back and straining your neck and shoulders, you need to be mindful of your pressure points. Keeping your spine aligned is highly important for comfort and health, and when you sleep on your front that means support which also allows for your body to sink in to the surface. A happy balance between resistance and comfort is a pocket sprung or pocket hybrid mattress.

Side Sleeper

Sleeping on your side means you can open the shoulders or ribcage whether you lean forward or back, and although it creates pressure points on your hips and shoulders, there is less weight being applied onto each, allowing good circulation and comfort. A softer surface pocket sprung, open coil or hybrid mattress is best, as less resistance means each area of your body can sink in as needed.

Back Sleeper

Whether you sleep like an arrow or a starfish, back sleepers need to avoid too much strain on the necks and shoulders. The right level of support and resistance is integral to keeping your spine and shoulders aligned, otherwise you might wake up with aches and pains. A surface that hugs your contours will prevent rolling and turning during the night, provide support and promote correct alignment, so pocket sprung, memory foam and hybrid mattresses are perfect. 

WHICH MATTRESS TYPE FITS MY NEEDS?

Value Open Coil

A continuous wire spring in a metal frame that offers comfort at an affordable price.

Traditional Pocket Sprung

Individual springs, each in a fabric pocket, that allow independent and responsive movement. Available in various spring counts and perfect for couples sharing a bed.
 

Memory Foam

Conforming and sculpting to your body shape this is perfect for pressure relief.
 

Foam

Contoured to allow both support and comfort, whilst offering anti-microbial properties.
 

Hybrid

Luxuriously comfortable, a variety of core fillings allow optimised comfort with temperature, weight and shape responsive sleep surfaces.
 

Children’s Mattresses

Offering a softer feel but still supportive, a wide variety of specialist features ideal for every child’s needs such as anti-allergy.
 

WHICH ADDITONAL FEATURES CAN I HAVE?

A selection of our mattresses include added extras to suit your needs

Orthopaedic

Helps keep back pain under control whilst in bed thanks to purposely-designed support.
 

Anti-Allergy

Fabric treatment that offers a durable protection against dust mites.
 

Natural Fillings

Materials such as cotton and wool provide benefits such as breathability and temperature regulation.
 

Pillow Top

A sumptuous built-in pillow top provides the perfect added extra to your mattress for optimum comfort.
 

Water Resistant

Secondary water resistant sleep surface made with a fabric treatment that protects the core from moisture.
 

Cool Technology

Treatment applied to outer fabric and/or core fillings to regulate temperature and prevent overheating.
 

Natural Sleep Surface

Comfort fillings and outer fabrics are made from natural materials such as cashmere, cotton, silk and wool.
 

Washable / Zipped Cover

Easy to remove cover suitable for all washing machines. Please read the instructions for further details.
 

WHAT FABRIC TYPE WOULD SUIT MY NEEDS?

A selection of our mattresses include added extras to suit your needs.

Quilted

Extra padding to enhance your night time comfort. Providing a flatter, smoother surface.

Tufted Top

Provides a slightly firmer feel to the mattress and keep fillings in place, offering a long lasting supportive feel.

 

PICK THE PERFECT SIZE MATTRESS FOR YOU

 

If you’re sharing a bed, your mattress and bed frame should be 10-20cm longer than the tallest user and wide enough to allow both parties enough room to turn and fidget without disturbing the other too much.

Mattress Size Chart

Mattress

Mattress Size
(ft/inches)

Small Single

2ft 6” x 6ft 3” / 75cm x 190cm

Single

3ft x 6ft 3” / 90cm x 190cm

Small Double

4ft x 6ft 3” / 120cm x 190cm

Double

4ft 6” x 6ft 3” / 135cm x 190cm

Kingsize

5ft x 6ft 6” / 150cm x 200cm

Super Kingsize

6ft x 6ft 6” / 180cm x 200cm

CARING FOR YOUR MATTRESS

A good mattress can last up to 10 years so it is important to understand how to care for it in order to prolong its life span and support. Remember - all mattresses are to be rotated regularly so that you are refreshing where your pressure points lie, allowing maximum comfort.

Double Sided

These mattresses are to be turned regularly in order to maintain optimum comfort.

No Turn

These mattresses are not to be turned and must be kept one-sided to to maintain optimum comfort.

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