Traditional pocket sprung mattress with 2000 springs for a firm feel.
1500 individual pocketed springs with cashmere and lambswool.
Hypo-allergenic mattress with 1000 pocketed springs for a soft feel.
1400 pocketed springs with duel-density memory foam.
Duel-density memory foam to ease tension and aching muscles.
2000 springs with natural, breathable latex for whole body support.
Handmade in Yorkshire with an integrated layer of cushioning latex.
Luxurious blend of wool, cashmere, mohair and cotton with 8700 springs.
Handcrafted using the finest material, included Belgium Damask fabric.
6700 individual pocketed springs, wool, cashmere and latex top layer.
5700 pocketed springs with a luxury blend of wool and cashmere.
Engineered with 'triple decking' construction for a more even sleeping platform.
A luxury hypo-allergenic mattress, hand-engineered by master craftsmen.
A good mattress is one of the best investments you will ever make in your overall health and well-being. After all, we spend around a third of our lives asleep.
We offer 13 luxury mattresses with different types of construction and grades of firmness. All mattresses are available for all our bed frames and a made to measure service is also available.
A good quality mattress should last between 5-7 years before it needs to be replaced.
The short answer to this is to test a few mattresses to find out which feel – soft, medium or firm – suits you the best. It is an individual choice, so unless you know which feel you like best; it’s difficult for an advisor to recommend one over another.
This refers to the number of springs in a 5ft (king-size) mattress regardless of whether the mattress is a pocket sprung deck or a coil sprung deck.
The depth of mattresses can vary quite a lot. Foam mattresses like memory foam can be quite thin – as little as 8 inches (this doesn’t mean the mattress is poor quality). On the other end of the scale, a pocket sprung mattress can be as much as 14 inches deep depending on the spring count and the amount of filling. This can be a problem when buying a fitted sheet, but at Revival Beds, we can supply them made to measure.
How often you should turn your mattress depends on the type of mattress you have. A mattress that is built from the bottom and finished with a topper should only be rotated; not turned.
If your mattress is built from the core with the same filling either side it should be turned every couple of months or so.
Memory foam and latex are both types of foam. Memory foam is a man-made product, whereas Latex is entirely natural and harvested from rubber trees. Latex also offers a cooler sleeping experience.
These materials can be combined with springs within a hybrid mattress. Alternatively each material can be used to make the whole mattress.
Mattresses usually contain materials that can create dust, which can be a problem for people who have allergies. To combat this, mattress manufacturers can include a hypoallergenic barrier in the build of the mattress which contains the dust within the mattress.
Latex and memory foam mattresses are entirely free from any dust at all and are hypoallergenic.
When the springs within a mattress are all interlocking; this stops them moving independently of each other.
The spring content of a pocket sprung mattress is constructed using individual pocketed springs, (each spring is encapsulated in a calico pocket). These pockets are stitched together to form the spring deck. Depending on the type of spring, these decks can also be stacked within the mattress for extra support.