How to select fabric for your mattress

Mattress fabrics often seem to be overlooked. And yet, they directly influence our way of sleeping. Knowing more about the yarns used, might be the difference between a peaceful night and a restless one. To make things easier for you, we listed the materials we prefer for mattresses.
Have you ever had the feeling of waking up tired and worn-out? There’s a chance your mattress, and more specifically its fabric, is bothering you. With the right materials, your mattress should keep you fresh when it’s hot, warm when it’s cold, and refreshed even when you’re sweating heavily.
Our designers and fabric technologists know exactly which fibers and yarns help improve your sleep. Here’s an overview of the ones they love the most. Happy sleeping!

Bamboo yarns are particularly known for their natural resources and excellent moisture wicking. Or, as we like to say it: when you sweat, you won’t stay wet.
Bamboo has been a preferred material since the 1860s. Its highly breathable fibres make it a perfect yarn for warm climates or hot summers. As it’s also very soft on the skin and inherently anti-bacterial, it easily reduces allergies caused by bacteria or fungi.



Organic cotton
Organic farming is an important branch in worldwide agriculture that’s gaining more influence every day. This fairly new way of farming implies that farmers grow their crops without using fertilizers, pesticides or toxic chemicals.
Exactly so for organic cotton. This eco-friendly cotton uses less fuel and energy, resulting in a lower carbon footprint. Extra points go to the prevention of water contamination that stems from its chemical-free production process. Being chemical-free gives organic cotton another benefit: it’s an ideal solution if you’re sensitive to chemicals.
What else, you ask? The ultimate soft cotton quality, of course. Once resilient, always resilient. This time, it’s just extra sustainable on top.