UK mattress sizes
- Single Beds 90 x 190cm (3'0" x 6'3")
- Double Beds 135 x 190cm (4'6" x 6'3")
- King Size Beds 150 x 200cm (5'0 x 6'6")
- Superking French Beds 180 x 200cm (6'0" x 6'6")
- Large Emperor Beds 215 x 215cm (7'0" x 7'0")
"Our comfortable handmade mattresses make the perfect companions to our bed frames –
A mattress pad and protector will pro-long the life of your mattress, keeping it as fresh the day it was delivered. Dress them up with some French bed linen et-voila, an irresistible place to relax and unwind, and that luxurious hotel feeling every night."
"You spend one third of your life on a mattress, so make sure it’s the very best you can afford."
About Luxury Mattresses
Our luxurious range of soft and comfortable mattresses
We offer a sublime selection of mattresses, from open coil to pocket sprung, all crafted in the UK. Our luxury mattresses have a prestigious heritage, having been masterfully created in Suffolk by professionals who have been crafting mattresses for more than 140 years. We also have a sumptuous collection of world-renowned Vispring mattresses, which are made by hand in Devon, as well as Vispring mattress toppers, designed to allow you to transform your existing mattress with the luxury touches assosiated with the Vispring brand.
Wake up happy with a Vispring mattresses and mattress toppers
Imagine a place of comfort, peace and poetry, a haven of elegance and sophistication. This world can become your reality when you sink into a Vispring mattress after a long day.
Vispring have been handcrafting mattresses with meticulous care and attention since 1901. Each mattress features a soothing combination of fine natural fillings that wick away moisture and provide optimum ventilation to ensure a hygienic, cool and inviting sleeping surface. Make your sleep even more indulgent with a soft and cosy Vispring mattress topper to add extra comfort without detracting from the unparalleled support these extraordinary mattresses provide.
How Often Should You Turn A Mattress?
According to luxury mattress experts Vispring, turning your mattress twice a month for the first 3 months is the best thing you can do. Doing this ensures you keep that cloud-like experience you’ve come to enjoy from your new mattress. After this initial 3-month period, they recommend turning your mattress with the seasons to maximise both its comfort and lifespan. As well as turning, mattresses can also be rotated to ensure even weight distribution, and also equalise wear through both ends and either side.
Vispring offer an abundance of confidence in the quality of their mattresses that there is a 30 year warranty. However, like most quality products, the durability depends on how well they are looked after. Turning your mattress is like polishing good quality leather, or dry cleaning beautiful gowns – you need to maintain your love for your mattress if you want it to remain in as good condition as possible.
Looking after mattresses and ensuring that they have the durability to last for 30 years is our answer to sustainability, as re-buying mattresses regularly make unnecessary contribution to landfill. Take care of your rest, your mattress and your planet.
How To Turn A Mattress?
Depending on how your mattress is made, it may not necessarily need turning. Some can’t be turned, others don’t need to be turned but can be, and others do require regular turning. All mattresses that can be turned, should be, as doing so will extend its lifespan.
Turning spreads wear and weight loading, ensuring your mattress remains just as comfortable as the day you got it for months or even years to come. No-need-to turn mattresses usually have filling on both sides, so you may also wish to turn your mattress for an alternative sleeping surface.
Whilst our luxury mattresses are often large and of a considerable weight, turning them doesn’t have to be a trying experience. Try the following steps to preserve the structure and lifetime of your mattress. We recommend that this is done with two people, especially with our larger mattresses.
Step 1: Stand at either side of your bed, pull the mattress towards you so approximately half a metre is hanging off the side, making it easier to lift. Please note that many mattresses have handles integral to their design.
Step 2: Pull the mattress up, rotating the mattress in the direction of your choice by 90 degrees, before lifting it onto its edge.
Step 3: Then, standing on the opposite side, gently lower the mattress back down in the same direction, rotating it the last 90 degrees and fully turning the mattress over.