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Spink & Edgar has evolved into Spink & Co, which now offers you the same farm to bedroom experience using the same natural materials grown on our own farm in England, but with an enhanced design that delivers an even more luxurious feel and an aesthetic so beautiful that you won’t want to put sheets on it.Click hereto learn more about Spink & Co.

We Grow Luxury Beds.

130 years of British tradition meets 21st-century American innovation. Introducing Spink & Edgar USA luxury beds.

Awarded by the Queen of England for innovation & sustainability, Spink & Edgar’s luxury beds have been renowned across Europe for 130+ years. Today, Spink & Edgar USA is honored to finally bring that same legacy of unrivaled quality and craftsmanship to the United States of America.

The Farm

FARM-TO-BEDROOM: TRACEABLE ORIGINS

To fully grasp the level of detail that goes into making a Spink & Edgar mattress, it’s important to understand where our materials originate. We’re the only farm-to-bedroom mattress brand in the world that cultivates wool, hemp, flax (linen), and other natural bedding materials on our very own 130-year-old family farm in the English countryside.

FARM-TO-BEDROOM: NATURAL MATTRESSES

In Northern England’s countryside, hundreds of fertile acres wind along secluded riverfront, ancient forest and protected hedgerow. We raise hand-selected Texel/Leicester and Swaledale sheep for their thicker, more resilient wool, along with supple hempure, velvety linen and an array of other strategic crops all grown responsibly from properly protected soils.

Harrison Beds

Harrison beds have been tailor making Harrison beds and mattresses since 1889. For more than 100 years they have been making beds of the highest quality, using only the finest materials. Meticulous attention to detail, traditional values of excellence coupled with innovative design and a unique pocket spring system means that every bed we create offers you the ultimate sleeping experience.

Each bed in the Harrison Bed collections can be custom built to meet your exact requirements: a truly bespoke service. Any width, any length, any height, even a choice of firmness. Pick from a huge selection of materials and finishes to complement any interior. Harrison beds and mattresses provide an unrivalled level of service and comfort. Harrison Beds have spent over 100 years endeavouring to provide you with a perfect night’s sleep.

All Harrison Beds mattresses boast individual pocket springs to bring exceptional support and comfort. The pocket spring system is the best at providing individual support to the sleeper. The upper layer of springs shape to the body contours while the lower layer’s absorbs changes in weight distribution for the ultimate in comfort and support. As a rule of thumb the higher the number of individual springs, the more support will be provided to the sleeper.

Some mattresses within the range contain a special blend of pure Egyptian cotton on one side and warm wool and mohair on the other to provide a luxurious and supportive feel. With this said it also gives you a warm and cool side depending on the seasons, you can flip the mattress as you please. The internal fillings are secured right to the edge of the mattress using two rows of hand side stitching to the boarders.

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How to buy the best mattress

We explain how to find the best mattress without paying thousands of pounds.

Put us to the test

Our Test Labs compare features and prices on a range of products. Try Which? to unlock our reviews. You’ll instantly be able to compare our test scores, so you can make sure you don’t get stuck with a Don’t Buy.

Do you want a good night’s sleep? Deciding which type of mattress to buy is only part of the story. Whether you prefer a pocket-sprung or a memory-foam mattress, our tests have found big differences between the best and worst of each mattress ‘type’.

Make the wrong choices and you risk being lumbered with a needlessly expensive mattress that’s uncomfortable, unsupportive and unable to stand the test of time without sagging and softening.

Thankfully, we’ve explained everything you need to know below to ensure you get the right mattress.

Video: how to buy the best mattress

Watch our video to help you pick the perfect mattress for your sleeping position, body shape and bedroom.

Types of mattress

Pocket-sprung, latex and memory-foam mattresses have all impressed in our tough tests, so the type of mattress you choose really comes down to personal preference and budget.

Pocket-sprung mattresses

If you want a traditional mattress with natural fillings, such as wool, you’ll want a pocket-sprung mattress.

With these, each spring is enclosed in its own fabric ‘pocket’ – each reacts to pressure from your body independently. However, these can be pricey and our tests show they can sag significantly over time.

Memory-foam mattresses

Memory-foam mattresses can be more durable and mould to your body shape but, in some cases, this can increase your body temperature and restrict your movement.

For more information about mattress types, see our guide to choosing the best type of mattress.

How much does a good mattress cost?

A new mattress can cost anywhere between £100 and several thousand. Factors such as brand, size and the types of material used can all have a significant impact on cost.

But, as the graph below shows, our mattress tests have found you don’t need to spend a fortune to get a mattress that will support your spine and last for years to come. Take a look at our list of the best cheap mattresses.

Number of Best Buy mattresses by price

What are the best mattress brands?

Our April 2018 survey of more than 5,000 mattress owners revealed that three in 10 Which? members bought their current mattress because it’s made by a brand they trust. If you’re not sure what the best mattress brands are, we can help.

Check out our guide to the best and worst mattress brands. This reveals what people think of the brand of mattress they own, including how comfortable their mattress is, and covers major brands such as Casper, Ikea, John Lewis, Sealy and Silentnight.

Soft vs firm mattresses

When it comes to firmness, the most important thing is to buy a mattress that you find comfortable.

Don’t buy a mattress that’s firmer than you’d like on the assumption that it will be more supportive. Time and again, our tests have shown you don’t have to buy a firm mattress to get excellent and long-lasting support.

Equally, don’t assume that a firm mattress in one store will feel the same in other shops. Firmness is subjective and manufacturers describe the firmness of their mattresses in a range of different ways.

That’s why we don’t use terms such as soft and firm in our reviews. Instead, we objectively test mattress firmness on a scale of one to 10, where one is the firmest and 10 the softest, so you can easily compare the firmness of different mattresses.

We also measure how supportive each mattress is for a range of different body sizes and sleeping positions.

Use our mattress reviews to arm yourself with a shortlist of supportive mattresses to try out in store.

Best mattresses: features to look out for

As mattresses serve a single basic function – to help us sleep – they don’t come overloaded with jazzy features. But there are still a few things to look out for.

  • One-sidedAs the name suggests, only one side of a one-sided mattress is designed to be slept on. Mattresses can be extremely heavy – the heaviest we’ve seen weighs more than 50kg – so you may be relieved not to feel obliged to flip it. You’ll probably still need to rotate it from head to toe, though, so it’s a good idea to check the ease of use rating in our mattress reviews.
  • Natural fillingsMany pocket-sprung mattresses also contain layers of synthetic fillings, such as foam. If you’re keen to avoid these, look out for mattresses specifically claim to be made using only natural materials.
  • Memory foamSimilarly, just because a mattress contains memory foam doesn’t make it a memory-foam mattress. We only class a mattress as memory foam if it contains more than just a token layer of the body moulding material. See all our memory foam mattress reviews.

Try before you buy

Buying a mattress online may be cheaper and more convenient but, unless you’re buying a bed-in-a-box mattress (see below), it’s always best to try before you buy.

When we asked Which? members about their experience of buying a mattress, more than a third of them told us they feel intimidated trying out a mattress in the shop. A good mattress shop shouldn’t mind you doing this. See our guide on the best mattress shops.

When trying out a mattress in-store:

  • Wear comfortable clothing and remove your outdoor gear.
  • Lie on a mattress for at least 10 minutes, in positions that you normally sleep in.
  • If the bed is for two, go with your partner.
  • Don’t shop for beds when you’re tired, as all the mattresses will feel great.
  • Don’t let sales assistants influence you – they can’t decide whether the mattress is comfortable for you.

If you’re buying a memory foam mattress, relax in one position, then move into another. Was it easy or did you struggle to move? If the latter, you might find the memory mattress will restrict your movement too much, especially in cold weather when the memory foam will be harder.

Should you buy a mattress online?

If you’re looking for a bargain mattress, one option is to try a few mattresses out in a shop, before going home to search for the best price online. That’s what 5% of Which? members did when they bought their last mattress, according to our 2018 survey of more than 5,000 mattress owners.

But around 14% bought online without trying their mattress first. That sounds risky – especially when we’ve just recommended you try a mattress before you buy – but it’s not if you buy a bed-in-a-box mattress.

Bed-in-a-box mattresses

These are mattresses that are bought online, vacuum-packed into a box and delivered direct to your door, and there are three reasons you should consider one:

  1. By cutting out the retailer and selling direct from manufacturer to consumer, many brands claim you’re getting a higher-quality mattress for less.
  2. Most online-only mattresses offer a sleep trial of at least 10 weeks. During this time you can try the mattress at home and send it back for a full refund if you don’t like it. In most cases, the manufacturer will collect the unwanted mattress from your house for free before recycling it or donating it to charity.
  3. We’re yet to test a bad one. More than half of the Best Buy mattresses we’ve uncovered can only be bought in a box.

Make sure your mattress fits your bed base

Manufacturers may encourage you to buy a mattress and bed base together, and this is a good idea if you’ve had your old base for many years.

If you buy the mattress and base separately, or are going to keep your old base, measure carefully to make sure they’re a good fit. Dimensions can vary so don’t rely on a new double mattress being exactly the same size as your old one.

Is your mattress going on to a slatted base? Then make sure that the slats are no more than 6cm wide or more than 4cm apart. This ensures sufficient ventilation, while preventing the mattress sagging through between the slats.

For more information, read our guide: What bed size do you need?

Check the guarantee/warranty on your mattress

Make sure you know what your rights are if there’s a problem with your mattress.

Most guarantees for mattresses will not cover gradual wear and tear, which leads to loss of support. So make sure you use our mattress reviews to pick out a durable mattress that will stand the test of time.

Most online-only mattresses offer a sleep trial of at least 10 weeks.

Before you buy your mattress, check whether there’s anything in particular, such as removing labels or using a base other than a recommended one, that would invalidate the guarantee.

Now you know how to go about buying the best mattress for you, check out ourbest mattressrecommendationsto reveal the mattresses that will support your spine and last for years.

Harrison Spinks Pearl 4500 King Size Divan Bed with Sonnet Headboard Clearance

Harrisons Pearl 4500 Divan Base

  • 4 Continental Drawers
  • Earl Grey Fabric
  • Sonnet Headboard Included
  • Mattress Size 150x200cm

Medium/Firm Tension

Hand crafted and personally tailored to the highest quality and specification, a 150cm bed contains a minimum of 4500 individual Pocket Springs, 3500 Revolution and HD springs in the Mattress and 1000 pocket springs in the tru edge base. Both sets of springs contour together and provide superior support of the nautal curvature of the spine.
Revolution Spring – A unique spring within a spring system gives extra support required for heavier parts of the body from the inner spring and the outer ones support the variable pressures of individual body shapes
True Edge – Extra support of the bed is provided by a firm row of 1000 springs on the mattress sides and a strong timber perimeter to the base
Warmside Coolside Technology – The mattress has a side for cool side for winter and a warmside for winter ensuring comfort all year round

Premier 2 Man Home Delivery – Delivered By Our Own Teams

Most UK Mainland Postcodes (Excluding Scottish highlands, Cornwall & Areas of Wales – please see list of excluded postcodes*)

  • Free Delivery & Assembly on Orders within 50 Miles of our store
  • Free Delivery & Assembly on orders over £749 To Most UK Postcodes*unless specified – Clearance items not included
  • Professional 2 man delivery teams -Over 99.9% of orders delivered by our own teams
  • Delivery day & 2 Hour Time slot confirmed with you once your order has been placed**
  • Items delivered to your room of choice
  • All packaging removed & disposed
  • Bedframes, Manually Operated Ottomans & Recliners assembled (please contact us for information of assembly on other items)
  • Old bed or furniture removal service on delivery (charges may apply) – see below
  • Drivers when requested can also call you when en-route to your address
  • We aim to deliver to you within 10 working days of order being placed when items are shown as “in stock”

**All deliveries are arranged in advance and only when the time and date have been accepted by you

APC Delivery (Next working day courier)

  • Next working day delivery on in stock items (orders placed before 1pm Mon-Fri, excluding bank holidays)
  • Tracking number provided
  • *Scottish Highlands Postcodes – please contact us for delivery information as some areas are excluded by our couriers

Royal Mail

  • Same day despatch on in stock items (orders placed Mon-Friday before 1pm (Excluding bank holidays)
  • Sent recorded delivery
  • First & second class option available

Collect in-store

  • In stock items available for collection by cardholder (original copy of order required)
  • Please contact sales department to ensure your item is ready for collection

Disposal of existing furniture

Our teams can take your old furniture away on a like for like basis – we are charged by our recycling company as shown in the tariff below. If you would like this adding to your order please let our transport manager aware when delivery arrangements are made.

  • Mattress – £35
  • Mattress & Divan Bed (Excluding Headboard) – £45
  • Mattress & Divan Bed (Including Headboard) – £50
  • Divan Base Only – £25
  • Headboard – £15
  • Bed Frame Only – £35
  • Sofa – £40
  • Sofa & 1 Chair – £60
  • Sofa & 2 Chairs – £80
  • 2 Sofas – £60
  • 2 Sofas & 1 Chair – £80
  • 2 Sofas & 2 Chairs – £100
  • Sofabed – £40
  • Chair / Recliner – £30
  • Wardrobe – £45
  • Table & Chairs – £45
  • Chest Of Drawers – £25

For returns information please see our Returns Policy – Terms & Conditions

*Scottish Highlands Postcodes AB31, 33-38, 44-56 – FK17-99 – G83 | IV1-99 – KW1-14 – PA21-33 | PA35-40 – PH18-26 – PH30-42

*Wales – SA17 – SA77 – We are unable to deliver to these areas on orders under £5000

Cornwall – We are able to deliver as far as Exeter in Devon – TR postcodes are excluded from our free delivery area

We do not offer delivery to the Isle of Man or Channel Islands – We are happy to export wrap and deliver into your chosen forwarding carrier – Please contact our team.

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Please contact us for delivery cost and lead times to these areas

If you have any specific delivery requirements or timeframes please contact our sales department or leave a comment in the delivery notes section when placing your order

Payments & Security,

Online payments are processed through our secure Sagepay Gateway or Paypal

Deposits can be placed on products over the telephone on products that do not require immediate delivery, or have lead times over 2 weeks, this can be done by calling 01423 567890, with the final balance due prior to delivery.

Interest Free Finance by V12 retail – Available In Store & Phone Orders

  • Available on orders over £749
  • Pay a 25% deposit to place your order
  • 10 Months interest free monthly payments

Orders can be taken over the telephone by our friendly staff who will also be able to advise you with any lead time information, and answer any further questions you may have.

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COME IN STORE TO FULLY APPRECIATE THE LUXURY OF A HARRISON SPINKS BED OR MATTRESSES

Harrison Spinks Beds have been making beds and mattresses of the highest quality for over 100 years, using only the finest materials. Paying meticulous attention to detail Harrison Spinks Beds couple traditional values of excellence with innovative design and a unique pocket spring system that means that all mattresses created by Harrison Spinks Beds offer the ultimate sleeping experience.

All mattresses are hand made and provide the luxury and comfort one would expect from Harrison Spinks beds and mattresses. Every Harrison Spinks Bed and Mattress is crafted using only the finest natural fillings, luxurious fabrics and Harrison Spinks Beds unique Revolution Pocket Springs.

Their passion and years of experience combined with their desire for innovation has inspired Harrison Beds to continue to develop new ideas and technologies to give superior design and ultimate comfort to all mattresses. All beds and mattresses in the Harrison Bed collections can be custom built to meet your requirements: a truly bespoke service. Any width, any length, any height, even a choice of firmness. Harrison provides an unrivalled level of service and comfort. Harrison Beds have spent over 100 years endeavouring to provide you with mattresses that give a perfect night’s sleep.

Harrison Beds award-wining Revolution Spring System offers a spring within a spring which is inherently resilient yet supremely comfortable. Posturfil springs from Harrison Beds help reduce the settlement of the natural fillings plus improving posture and lumbar support. The HD springs, exclusive to Harrison Beds, offer layers of topper support for a softer feel while providing comfort and active pressure relief.

Visit our showroom in Staines, Surrey, to fully appreciate mattresses made by Harrison Beds.

Please phone 01784 452536 or enquire on Harrison Beds for further information.

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HARRISON BEDS

wis Furniture are proud to offer Harrison Beds and Mattresses. To fully appreciate the quality of a Harrison bed or mattress please visit our store in Staines, Surrey. I n our opinion Harrison Beds are the best you can get.

All Harrison Beds and Mattresses are made from the finest natural materials and offer the best in bed and mattress design and innovation. From rearing sheep on their own Harrison farm in Yorkshire to produce the luxurious fillings for their Harrison Mattresses and beds, through to technological advances in the design of the unique spring systems found within their beds, mattresses and base units Harrison Beds are always working hard to ensure you get the best night’s sleep. All together Harrison Beds create the most sumptuous beds and mattresses that offer wonderful comfort and support for your body’s every contour.

The award winning Revolution Pocket Spring technology within a Harrison mattress or bed responds to variable pressures giving extra support where it is needed most, providing you with a better quality of sleep. Harrison bed and mattresses are as unique as you are. Crafted using only the finest natural fillings, luxurious fabrics and the unique Revolution Pocket Spring system, every bed is made to order especially for you. Harrison beds and mattressess have an innovative ‘warm for winter and cool for summer’ sleeping surface; turn your mattress twice a year to coincide with the seasons.

All Harrison beds and mattresses can be tailored to your specific requirements. A bespoke service allows you to choose from a wide range of materials, finishes and fillings!

Harrison Bedsis owned by the Spinks family, which has manufactured luxury handmade beds and mattresses, made from only the finest materials, since 1840. Watch the video for more information on how Harrison Beds take such pride in the fine detailt makes their products so superior.

Serving the local areas: Addlestone, Ashford, Ascot, Byfleet, Chertsey, Egham, Esher, Hersham, Molesey, Staines, Shepperton, Sunbury, Virginia Water, Walton-on-Thames, Weybridge, Windsor; Middlesex, Surrey, Berkshire and the rest of the UK – see delivery page for more details.

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