Adam Henson by Harrison Spinks
On display in Medium and Firm tension
Under the Cover
This supremely luxurious mattress provides superior comfort and support.
Hand-made by Harrison Spinks
Available in three tensions – gentle, medium and firm
Single tension, dual tension and zip & link options
Egyptian cotton - Egyptian cotton is softer and longer in length than regular cotton with its super-fine strands, keeping you cool and dry.
Wensleydale wool - fine, lustrous and resilient; Cotswold wool is supreme among British wool, often referred to as The Golden Fleece. Wensleydale wool regulates body temperature brilliantly while also being anti-bacterial and inherently fire retardant.
Cashmere - from the cashmere goat, it is warm and lustrous but highly resilient. The outer layer is durable, while the soft under down of the goat is lighter and insulating.
Silk - a luxurious protein fibre produced by the mulberry silkworm. Silk is the strongest natural fibre, with moisture-absorbing qualities, making it perfect for regulating body temperature.
Alpaca - known for its softness, alpaca wool is inherently softer and warmer than sheep's wool. This luxuriously soft yet durable fibre contains no lanolin; therefore, it is naturally hypoallergenic with excellent moisture-wicking properties.
Kapok - otherwise known as 'tree silk', Harrison Spinks' obtain this light and lustrous fibre from the seed pods of the kapok tree. Strong and super soft, kapok is excellent at regulating body temperature.
Hand-teased horsehair - acts as both a spring and comfort layer. It is open-celled and 'hollow', making it the perfect wicking material to dissipate the moisture accumulated during the sleep process.
Contains 37300 pocket springs comprised of 33000 high-density pocket springs and 4300 Cortec™ pocket springs.
Harrison Spinks created Cortec™ springs as an innovative and sustainable system that's 100% recyclable for zero waste to landfill as the use no glue in the spring system.
High-density pocket springs adapt to your body as you sleep, relieve pressure and allow the mattress to breathe.
Five rows of hand-sewn side-stitching for edge-to-edge support.
Looking After Your Mattress
Turn this mattress - we recommend rotating and turning this mattress every week for the first 12 weeks, then rotate the mattress monthly and turn when the clocks change
A chemical-free sleeping surface made from a blend of wool and viscose with a damask pattern