Vispring's bespoke beds combine technical expertise with the finest natural ingredients. Discover what goes into the best beds in the world.
As our name suggests, springs are a precious ingredient in the Vispring recipe. They work in harmony with your bed’s upholstery to supply a delicate balance of strength and softness. we produce all our springs ourselves, in a process practically unchanged since 1901.
All our springs are manufactured in-house from the finest Vanadium steel, in a process practically unchanged since 1901. Honeycomb-nested inside natural calico pockets, they provide constant support with no undue pressure. More than their number, it is their shape and gauge that matter. With a single, double or triple layer of springs, nine wire gauges and 58 spring types to choose from, you are sure to find the ideal combination for both you and your partner.
Our beds are upholstered with only the finest natural fibres, selected and blended for the ultimate in comfort and support. Nourished by the elements, distilled by the seasons, they are the gifts of a generous and benevolent Nature.
Britain’s climate produces wool that is uniquely soft, springy and strong. Vispring is the only bed maker to use 100% Platinum Certified British fleece wool, widely regarded as the best in the world. Hypo-allergenic, breathable and ten times more absorbent than synthetic materials, it ensures long-lasting comfort.
Originally indigenous to northern China, bamboo is omnipresent in architecture, industry, cookery and landscapes throughout Asia. Vispring sources its bamboo fibre in China. An eminently sustainable resource, it is also soft and exceptionally absorbent - wicking away moisture to ensure that you wake fully refreshed.
Cotton has been farmed since prehistoric times. The Turkish long-fibre cotton used by Vispring is incredibly soft and durable, with an unparalleled sheen. It is also uniquely absorbent and naturally breathable - wicking away moisture to preserve your comfort throughout the night.
Vicuña wool is one of the most sought after and luxurious textiles in the world. It is absorbent, has excellent insulating properties and - being free of lanolin - is also hypoallergenic. Vispring selects these long, lustrous fibres for their warmth, their beauty and their delicious softness.
One of the oldest textile fibres in use today, mohair is a luxurious material made from the hair of the Angora goat. Durable, resilient and exquisitely soft, it is also an excellent natural insulator; warm in winter, its moisture wicking properties keep it deliciously cool in summer to guarantee year-round comfort.
Eight times warmer than sheep’s wool yet significantly lighter, cashmere is produced from the soft under-fleece of the Cashmere goat. Absorbent, resilient and exquisitely smooth, its long, silky fibres have excellent insulating properties. It contributes its unique softness and sumptuous feel to our finest mattresses.
The strongest natural fibre known to man, silk has been highly prized since ancient times. Rare, refined and incredibly soft, it offers a naturally luxurious bedtime experience, adapting to ambient temperature to provide coolness in summer, warmth in winter and distinctive smoothness all year round.
The longest natural fibre, horsehair from the animal's mane of tail has been an essential element of upholstery and bed making for generations. Adding horsetail to a bed is like giving it two million extra springs: the fibre bounces back after compression to restore your mattress’s shape after a restful night’s sleep.
Long-lasting, pure and exquisitely soft, our natural fillings preserve the delicate balance of the world in which we live. At Vispring, that intention informs everything we do.
The natural materials used in every Vispring bed come from renewable resources and are fully biodegradable. We source only pure British fleece wool to minimize its carbon footprint. All our timber comes from responsibly managed forests, as certified by the Forest Stewardship Council. And we are constantly striving to make our production processes even more sustainable than they are already.