Innerspring mattresses, commonly referred to as a spring mattresses, have been around for decades and remain one of the most popular types among consumers compared to other types. In short, the mattress is mainly built internally of coils and typically consists of three components: the support layer, the comfort layer and fabric cover.
- The support layer, also known as the spring core, is the main bulk or body of the interior which provides the support whilst sleeping. It is made up of hundreds of steel springs, also known as coil springs.
- The comfort layer, also known as the upholstery layer, is the top layer and is made of various foams or fibres to provide cushioning and comfort at the surface. The most common materials in this layer are polyurethane foam and memory foam.
The fabric cover is what encases the whole mattress, that being the support and comfort layers. Encasing is available in different fabric types, such as Satin & Jacquard, as well as pattern designs.
In addition to our spring mattresses, divan bases & headboards are offered as well to make it a whole set.
Bonnell spring mattress systems are the most traditional type of innerspring mattress. The Bonnell coil has an hour glass shape (wider at the bottom and the top than the middle) and are interconnected with a mesh of metal to make the spring system.
In many traditional innerspring mattresses from the 20th century and still some entry level models today have used the Bonnell spring to create durable and supportive mattresses.
Pocket springs are individually wrapped coil systems that are stitched into mattresses below a comfort layer of foam or other material. Unlike traditional innerspring systems that are interconnected, pocket springs are entirely independent allowing for added contour and pressure point relief than older innerspring models.
The general rule on pocket coil systems is the more coils, the more responsive and motion controlled the mattress is, while still providing support. This directly translates to more comfort.
In most pocket spring beds, there is a layer of memory foam or polyurethane foam above the pocket spring array so that the sleeper gets both the benefits of contouring foam and the comfort of the pocket springs.
Orthopedic/Medical (Rebounded Foam) Mattresses :
Orthopedic (Rebounded Foam) Mattresses are the most popular & preferred type in the GCC region due to its availability in up to 80% density.
Orthopaedists often recommend medicated mattresses for patients suffering from back problems.
We offer our mattresses with additional customisable options such as choosing your fabric, the density of the foam, an additional topper and more.