Naturel Materials

Horse Hair

Scientific tests have proven that horse hair creates an excellent micro-climate, keeping us comfortable in warm and cold conditions. Horse hair is very resilient by nature and has fantastic ventilating properties. The hollow fibre transports humidity away from the body and ensures a comfortable micro-climate.

Latex

Latex, the natural sponge we used as the filling material when producing our mattress models is a plant extract that solidifies when met with air, secreted by many plants in the forest, as well as the rubber tree. Since it is converted to a foam after certain operations, it is flexible and shock absorbent. It has a relaxing, comforting effect on the muscle structure.

Camel Wool

Fabrics made from camel wool are usually left in the natural state or dyed to a darker shade of brown. The inner down fibres are used to make fıne wool for over coating, top coating, sportswear and sports hosiery. The outer coat hairs are used to make felt for the Mongolian yurts or tents and for the herdsmen’s winter coats. Camel fibre has characteristics of conductivity, softness and strength.

Alpaca Wool

Alpaca hair is known for its great insulation properties as well as its particular lightness, brightness, softness and for the silk-like feeling it gives to the touch. Alpaca contains few lanolin so it is hypoallergenic. Alpaca is partly a hollow fiber so it is lighter than sheep’s wool and provides a greater insulating power compared to standard wools.

Coco

Coconut fibre is very tough yet also elastic. The fibre hardly deteriorates at all over time. Coir is a product that is naturally adapted to the human body. The fibre is collected from the coconut husk, a resource that is widely available. Coconut palms grow on 10 million of hectares of land throughout the tropics. Only a fraction of the huge quantities of nuts are collected for industrial use. The food industry is the main consumer, and it focuses on the coconut meat. The fibres are only a by-product. We give these valuable raw materials a new purpose in life.

Cotton

History of cotton production can be traced back over 7,000 years cotton is possibly natures purest form of cellulose. Global production in excess of 100 million bales per year. Like many natural fibres, cotton is soft, breathable anzd very comfortable upon skin contact. A fine fibre which is also strong and durable with excellent absorbency characteristics .

Bamboo

The Bamboo fiber in nature is holed, the section of the fibre is similar to a pentahedral flower, entirely covered by micro cracks; this structure provides excellent ventilation and heat conservation (insulation). Furthermore, it is characterized by excellent transpiration, which permits it to absorb dampness from the environment and the human body, releasing it to the outside and giving life to the ideal microclimate sleeping and resting well.

Aloe Vera

Mattresses with Aloe Vera-finished fabrics helps to cool your skin and allow you to fall asleep faster, thanks to their Aloe Vera content. These soft-textured fabrics maximize your mattress and sleeping pleasure.