The Little Green Sheep has marked the New Year with a brand-new natural mattress to join its collection. The Natural Pocket Sprung Mattress, is the brand’s first ever pocket sprung design and offers a unique dual-sided support, for birth and beyond.
The Little Green Sheep Natural Pocket Sprung Mattress has been beautifully handmade, using only the highest quality natural materials. This innovative dual-sided mattress has been designed to provide firm support for baby as recommended by safe sleep experts, and progressive support as they grow to toddlerhood and beyond.
The Natural Pocket Sprung Mattress, which has individual pocket springs for superior comfort and progressive support, is available in two sizes – Cot (60 x 120cm) and Cot Bed (70x140cm). Its dual-sided pocket sprung core is adaptive and durable, and designed for comfort. For the first 12 months, babies can sleep in comfort on the firm supportive core and as they get older, the mattress can be flipped over and the progressive support will create the perfect sleep environment.
Like all mattresses from The Little Green Sheep, the new Natural Pocket Sprung Mattress has been made using only the best, luxury natural materials. The Fleece Wool provides comfy layers of lambswool, to offer a quality support and help to keep baby cool during summer and cosy during winter. The Coconut Fibre acts as thousands of tiny springs, reducing pressure points and providing even, sprung support. The luxury herringbone cotton cover aids breathability, and is grown without the use of pesticides.
Commenting on the launch of its Natural Pocket Sprung Mattress, Mark Nicholls, Brand Director at The Little Green Sheep said: “We are delighted to offer parents another choice in our natural mattress collection. This mattress provides premium, individual pocket springs for superior comfort and progressive support. It’s also breathable and anti-dust mite. Best of all, it’s fantastic value as it offers two types of support in one mattress, providing comfort for your newborn, right up until they outgrow their cotbed.”