100% New Material
About Our Mattresses
Our high-quality mattresses are made by hand right here in our factory.
We use brand new materials, and we take great care in assuring that the materials are durable and well-sewn with strong stitching. In our factory, we produce foam, memory foam, and innerspring mattresses with luxurious, quilted pillow tops. We will make your mattress how you like it, from extra soft to extra firm, it’s up to you.
For the best buying experience possible, we invite you to visit our showroom. This way, you will be able to experience how our mattresses feel. Additionally, you will to able to meet the makers of your mattress. In a day and age where so many things are mass-produced in chaotic assembly lines, a factory like ours stands out among the rest!
We take great pride in our craft and you make it worth our time, and we are pleased to be in your company! We are here to answer any questions you may have, and we can make suggestions to help you get the mattress that best suits your needs.
We have many mattress cover fabrics to choose from.
A little history on the Mattress Fabric Covers:
The protective fabric cover which encases the mattress and foundation is called ticking. It is usually designed to coordinate with the foundation border fabric and comes in a wide variety of colors and styles. Mattress fabrics can be knits, damask or printed wovens, or inexpensive nonwovens. During the past decade, along with the rise in popularity of all-foam beds, stretchy knit ticking on the bed’s top panel has become a standard look on both innerspring and foam beds. Most ticking is made with polyester yarns. More expensive mattress fabrics may contain a combination of polyester with rayon, cotton, silk, wool or other natural yarns.
Up until the early 2000s, beds were normally upholstered with a single fabric–usually, a damask ticking, or for inexpensive bed sets, a nonwoven fabric–covering all surfaces of the mattress and foundation. Today’s bed sets are covered with up to six different fabrics: A better quality circular knit or woven damask on the top panel–the bed’s sleeping surface; a matching or contrasting [usually woven] fabric on the border of the mattress; a matching or contrasting [usually woven] fabric on the foundation side panels; a ‘non-skid’ woven or non-woven fabric on the surface of the foundation and reverse side of the mattress; and a nonwoven dust cover on the underside of the foundation. Some North American mattress producers are beginning to use furniture upholstery fabrics on the bed’s borders giving beds a more European, home furnishings look.
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