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Mike Meehan, who's recently moved down as MD at Plymouth-based handmade bed producer Vi-Spring, is a major fan of wool in addition to horsehair. 'As well as working with a reduced impact on the environment, all-natural materials are usually soft, comfortable and really healthy to sleep with. For example, Vi-Spring utilizes Moosburger European horsetail, obtained at a responsible, family-run business inside Austria. Horsehair is the actual longest natural fibre accessible, and its intrinsic strength gives our beds springiness along with durability. Wool, also pure and sustainable, is also ideal for use in bed-making as a consequence of its combination of real softness, breathability and bounce. We source our made of woll from http://buddyzone.vastal.com/demo/view_post.php?main_cat=1&sub_cat=1&amp… sheep crofted around the remote Shetland Isle. NO

Think about how you'll dispose of a bed

Buying a top quality bed will ensure a fantastic night’s sleep for many years, but at some point you will need to replace it. An estimated seven million mattresses finish up in landfill in britain each year and you should be striving to reduce sufficiently that figure.

James Newall, showroom manager of Hástens Fitzrovia working in london, says it's easy to take apart a natural fibre airbed and either re-use components or put them from the ground to biodegrade: 'We use natural materials including pure flax, hypoallergenic horsehair, constructed from wool, cotton and Swedish pinus radiata harvested from sustainable jungles. All our materials are usually carefully-sourced biodegradable materials that are fitted with minimal impact on the environment over the harvesting, usage and disposal of the product. A product made from nature ends up with a product that dynamics happily takes back when they get home of its lifecycle. NO

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Choosing a bed - divan or perhaps slatted base wood bedframe?

Divans remain the most famous choice in the BRITISH ISLES, and a good divan base can be as complex as your mattress, being a mixture of springs and padding, sometimes with drawers built-in to provide extra storage space. Divans and mattresses tend to be sold as a set and deteriorate along at the same rate, so they will create more waste in comparison with bed frames which last forever, only requiring the mattress to be changed and the unexpected new slat.

When considering a divan base you should ask many of similar questions as for a mattress – what exactly is it made from, the amount of energy was used within its manufacture www.myindiagate.com/community/blogs/post/292968 and how well will it biodegrade? Upskill biodegradability, Abaca, for example, makes bases without every springs, just using materials just like horsehair and wool for springiness. H? stens' beds are made by hand in Sweden from sustainable materials like local pine, wool and horsehair.

With a bed style check that wood employed in it is PEFC/FSC-certified and that it is finished with natural oils as opposed to toxic varnishes. Consider reclaimed wooden - Eat Sleep Survive, and Modish Living, by way of example, have a wide array of traditional and contemporary bed frames created from reused timber that is centuries old. Both companies manufacture in great britain. For solid wood eyeglasses, also see Leicester-based Have Laid Beds.

If you want a metal bedframe, these can be purchased as restored antiques from companies including A Barn Full regarding Brass Beds or Victorian Brass Bedstead Provider (though beware of low cost Chinese “antiques”). While they'll not biodegrade like real wood, antique bedframes can usually be repaired and resold, while modern metal ones might usually be recycled.


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