Naturalmat, purveyor of organic mattresses, beds and bedding is inviting customers to turn organic this September.
They claim this will not only benefit your own health and well-being, but will help you achieve a sound night’s sleep. An elusive dream for many.
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Naturalmat’s products are crafted from entirely organic and sustainable material.
Pictured here (above) is the Dartmouth (£1,700 for a double-sized bed) upholstered in Naturalmat’s new, signature, heavy-weight, organic House Linen which is a luxurious linen cultivated from pure Belgian flax for Naturalmat upholstered beds.
The linen is GOTS Certified - GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) is the worldwide textile processing standard for organic fibres which incorporates both ecological and social criteria.
Naturalmat aims to champion sustainability wherever possible. All Naturalmat components are 100% natural and from sustainable resources harvested as locally as possible to keep the carbon footprint as low as possible.
They generate their own green electricity to run their factory and all the materials that Naturalmat uses are 100% biodegradable – so they will return to nature as nature intended.
Everything is made by hand in the UK with all wool handpicked directly from Soil Association certified organic farms in the Westcountry, all no more than 50 miles from where Naturalmat’s beds and natural fibre mattresses are made by a team of craftspeople on the banks of the River Exe.
As a result of their ethos, quality and eco-credentials, Naturalmat have also provided mattresses, bedding and bedsteads for a host of high-end boutique hotels and luxury hotel chains including: Six Senses Resorts and Spas, The Hoxton Group, Z Hotels, The Capital Hotel, Chewton Glen Hotel and Spa, The Cliveden House Hotel, and The Mandrake.
'On a Naturalmat mattress you will sleep soundly, comfortably and healthily,'says Naturalmat CEO Mark Tremlett.
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