Why Feather & Black’s new British made mattresses are worth the investment — Design Hunter

Are you tired of counting sheep and still struggling to get a good night’s sleep? Say hello to the new mattress collection from Feather & Black – a range of dreamy designs that will have you feeling like you’re sleeping on a cloud!

The collection was created exclusively for Feather & Black by Harrison Spinks in Yorkshire, with a focus on luxury, sustainability and quality craftsmanship. Each design in the collection is made with the finest materials, all of which are sourced here in the UK. They include sumptuous natural fillers such as wool and home-grown hemp, which is renowned for its temperature-regulating and naturally fire-retardant properties.

The collection includes a range of different options – from soft and springy mattresses to those providing a firmer level of support, but in this review, I’ll be focusing on the Bronte mattress. The Bronte features some of the smallest pocket springs on the market and is designed to respond to individual movements so that you don’t disturb your sleeping partner. It also offers advanced lumbar support, which may be something to consider if you suffer from back pain or discomfort. In this post, I examine its construction, explore what makes it unique and test out its comfort levels.

Spoiler alert: it ticks all the right boxes, so let’s delve into the details and explore why this mattress is such a gem.

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