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A Bed That Breathes: Enjoy All-Natural Support

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The Spinery is an eco-friendly mattress company whose dedication to quality inspires us. For our Winter 2020/21 issue, we got the chance to speak with co-founder Dr. Sinead Moore about The Fitzwilliam, their amazing all-natural mattress that provides great support.

A Bed That Breathes

Enjoy all-natural support

by Aisling Cronin

Back comfort is a high priority for many of us these days, as we have settled into a lifestyle of working from home, sitting in chairs that may not be designed to encourage good posture. The surface that supports us at night can have a great bearing on the level of comfort and ease we experience during the day. This is where eco-friendly mattress company The Spinery can help.

Dr. Sinead Moore, director and co-founder, explains that the company is passionate about ensuring the highest level of comfort, while also supporting the environment.

‘The philosophy of our products is pure and simple,’ she says. ‘We choose natural latex as it is very responsive to the body, offering the perfect combination of comfort and support. We choose TENCEL as a cover, because it is another wonderful sustainable material that feels soft and silky as well as sleeping cool. We use the same materials for our contour pillow, which is the perfect compliment to our mattress for a restful night’s sleep.’

The Spinery’s commitment to comfort and eco-awareness can be clearly seen in their highly popular natural mattress, The Fitzwilliam. This mattress has been described as a ‘bed that breathes’, as its natural latex contains carefully placed aerations to allow fresh air circulation. This promotes a deep, restful sleep.

The Spinery put over thirty years of experience and research into The Fitzwilliam – they were passionate about creating a mattress that offers great comfort and support, without any need for toxic chemicals. Sinead says, ‘The Fitzwilliam is durable enough to last for many years, and when it is finally ready to be replaced, it can biodegrade naturally.’


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