Struggling to get a good night’s sleep? It may be time to replace your mattress. YouK lists over 40 brands designing and making mattresses in the UK. Buying locally-made products supports not only the local and national economy but also the brands choosing to produce their goods ethically and sustainably.
Millbrook Beds have been making beds for over 70 years. They are an award-winning brand offering luxury mattresses which are all manufactured in England.
Millbrook Beds use Hampshire Wool sourced in the South Downs, and their products contain all-natural fillings. They use timber sourced from FSC certified forests.
Silentnight have been making beds, mattresses, bedding and other products in the UK for over seven decades. They have been certified a ‘Superbrand’ for over thirteen years and have won multiple awards for their products. Silentnight have an ‘Eco Comfort’ collection of products which have been made from recycled plastic bottles, thus having a positive impact on the plant. Silentnight is a Carbon Neutral business and winners of the Sustainability Award by the Furniture Makers’ Company.
In addition to manufacturing locally, Harrison Spinks is committed to sourcing their input materials from within the UK. They use titanium-grade rod made from British Steel to make springs. Their fabric is woven using wool from sheep reared on their own farm. Harrison Spinks also grows their own hemp and flax crops on their farm to use in their products.
Sleepeezee have been making beds and mattresses since 1924. They have been awarded a Royal Warrant and are proud suppliers to the Royal Households. Sleepeezee uses British Wool in their products, as well as silk, cashmere and horsehair. Their timber is sourced from FSC-certified suppliers ensuring the forests are sustainably managed.