We pride ourselves on the 100% natural fillings used in our hand-made mattresses. Each luxurious filling pad that is layered into a Harrison bed is made from the finest natural fibres, some of which are grown on our very own farm. More exotic materials such as cashmere and Egyptian cotton are carefully sourced to ensure their quality, before we blend them into sumptuous fillings at our Leeds factory.
Luxury meets strength. Silk is a luxurious fibre found in many Harrison mattresses. Its natural moisture-absorbing qualities help our beds to stay cool in the summer and warm in the winter.
Softer and stronger. The double coat of the Cashmere goat is soft and smooth, but also highly resilient. While the outer layer is durable, the fine, soft under down is lighter and more insulating than other wools.
The finest of textures. Softer and smoother than wool, this fibre’s texture gives it a more luxurious feel. It is used in the top filling layers of the mattress.
Grown in Yorkshire. Flax is the fibre used to make linen. It is a strong, light and sustainable material that creates breathable organic fillings, helping to improve moisture management.
Grown in Yorkshire. Hemp is a highly absorbent material and is naturally resistant to mildew, helping to keep beds fresh and hygienic.
Cool comfort. Soft and absorbent, cotton has strong wicking properties. Egyptian cotton is softer and longer in length, and is perfect for keeping you cool and dry.
Soft, springy and naturally supportive, wool keeps you warm and dry. It’s also anti-bacterial and, as it’s inherently fire retardant, there’s no need to use chemicals in any of our beds. And because we raise our own sheep it’s also more sustainable.
For sumptuous layering. Durable, springy and hardwearing, horse hair provides versatile and sumptuous layering. It is a uniquely resilient fibre which we use in many of our high-end mattresses for its supportive attributes.
Naturally supportive. The natural bounce and curl give loft and comfort, while also being resilient and durable. The hollow fibres enable humidity to be extracted, encouraging a micro-climate around the body.