The Stressless® factories in Norway are currently managing both immediate and long term environmental impacts, they are ISO 14001:2015 Environment Management Certified.
Stressless are also committed to sourcing FSC and PEFC certified wood. FSC means there is responsible forest management, protection of fragile ecosystems, etc. PEFC shows the wood has been sourced from a sustainably managed forest and a controlled environment.
They are committed to sustainable leather production by working with the Leather Working Group (LWG).
Stressless are implementing 10 principles in areas related to ethics and sustainability within the business as part of the UN Global Compact.


Vispring use unbleached cotton calico that encases their mattress springs, and pure fleece wool to fill every Vispring mattress. They always insist on using all-natural materials; no plastic, polyester, foam or other artificial products or chemicals feature in our manufacturing process. Vispring have also installed a solar panelled roof, enabling them to feed surplus energy back into the grid. The introduction of LED and sensor-controlled lighting throughout their factory has resulted in a 12.45 percent reduction in their energy
consumption in 2019/20 and water-saving measures reduced their usage by more than 15 percent over a year!
78 percent of Vispring's materials are sourced from UK suppliers including uk farmers!


Since 2019, Tempur® UK warehouses have sent zero waste to landfill, alongside European factories which have recycled 100% of process by-products. One of the key projects at Tempur® was the creation of a meadow at the Denmark production facility, this has provided vital habitats for many insects and food for pollination which is extremely important for bees and butterflies.

Following this, Tempur® have a project called 'rePURpose' where the Danish manufacturing facilites are working together to find new ways to reuse and recycle polyurethane (a key ingredient in Tempur® mattresses).


To reduce their carbon footprnit, Ercol have implemented a biomass boiler which requires remaining sawdust and wood scraps from the manufacturing process to fuel it. This then heats the offices, by finding a used for waste, ercol have reduced the amount of excess material sent to landfill. Ercol have also ensured any wood used in their furniture complies with the UK Timber regulations, they do this by using rigorous due diligence procedures.


Hypnos have ensured any materials used are sustainable, organic and ethical. They believe using natural fibres, free from chemicals, that are either biodegradable or have the ability to be repurposed are the key to a perfect mattress.


Dunlopillo is known for their latex mattress designs and they have used natural latex derived from the sap of rubber trees to keep their mattresses sustainable. Rubber trees are an excellent way to carbon-offset as they actively purify 90 million tons of carbon dioxide each year. Latex also contains anti-allegenic, anti-bacterial, and anti-microbial properties that can be found in dunlopillo mattresses.


Gaia carpets are made with polyester but have a backing textile called ECO FusionBac, which is made using 100% recycled PET plastic bottles, reducing the amount of waste in our oceans and landfills. This is why Gaia carpet ranges are named after different rivers famous and lesser known.

New Weave

New weave carpets have been produced using Econyl, a 100% regenerated yarn, crafted from fishing nets, fabric scraps, and more. By using these materials, waste is given a new life and the environment benefits with the reduction of waste in our waters and landfills.