The secret to getting that luxurious five-star hotel sleep is revealed. Find out what it is.
7 August 2019
Text by Andrew McDonald
The design of the bedroom is one of the most important aspects of home design. As the most personal space in the house, the bedroom should feel like a serene sanctuary; a place to unwind and relinquish the stresses of life. A proper bed is also key to getting a good sleep day after day.
Made out of three layers of natural organic latex, the Heveya Natural Organic Latex Mattress III moulds to the contours of your body and gives you excellent support regardless of your sleeping position. Not only is it the most luxurious model in the Heveya range, you’ll be glad to know that no glue or harsh chemicals are used in the mattress.
The use of organic latex is about more than just comfort. There is increasing evidence that common mattress elements, such as metal springs and polyurethane may actually be doing more harm than good in the long run. Metal springs can act as electromagnetic radiation amplifiers and polyurethane can emit low levels of toxic fumes. Besides, there are practical comfort issues associated with the extended use of these primitive mattress materials.
Guided by the philosophy that health is an important part of rest, the composition of Heveya Natural Organic Latex Mattress III does not include any of these materials.
Not only is the Heveya mattress comfortable, it is ideal for those sensitive to allergens. The latex core of the bedding is breathable, naturally anti-bacterial, and resists dust mite and mould. It is encased in a removable and washable cover, made of luxurious bamboo fibre filled with organic cotton padding. Topping it off is a soft topper that gives a plush and luxurious feel to the supportive layers below, making your sleep a comfortable bliss.
The mattress comes in Single to Super King sizes (Singapore and Europe sizing). Custom sizes are also available upon request.
We think you may also like How to create an eco-friendly bedroom for better health and sleep
Check out these fab finds for the home
Like what you just read? Similar articles below
Drawing inspiration from colonial English influences, designer Ashley Loh from D’ Initial Concept has created a space that is both stylish and practical for the homeowner and his mother.
Architects Kohei Yukawa and Hiroto Kawaguchi design a contemporary home that celebrates the relationship between family and nature in Kyoto, Japan
That’s not a trick question. The sounds at home can have a significant impact on one’s mental and physical health. We hear from an expert.