Babies spend over half their lives asleep, so creating a safe, healthy and comfortable sleeping environment is one of the most important things a parent can do for their child. Natural Mat’s mission is to provide baby with the best sleep environment and consequently, the best sleep for parents and baby…naturally.

Natural Mat crib mattresses offer the following superior qualities:


Babies are very temperature sensitive and need a well ventilated mattress so that they can easily regulate their temperature. Natural Mat’s mattresses and bed linen are made from natural and unbleached materials allowing a constant circulation of air, keeping baby cool and comfortable.

Non-Allergenic and Anti-Dust Mite

More and more babies suffer from allergies and asthma caused by dust mites. Natural Mat’s natural latex is 100% non-allergenic, so sensitive babies can rest more comfortably in a healthier environment. Additionally, Natural Mat’s lambs wool is bathed in a mixture made from extracts of lemon, lavender and eucalyptus which makes the entire mattress dust mite-free, without any lingering scents.

Naturally Fire Retardant

Natural Mat mattresses pass all fire regulations without the use of chemical or unnatural treatments in any part of their mattresses. They are covered in two unbleached, undyed 100% cotton covers that have no FR additives. All Natural Mat mattresses comply to the new federal 16 CFR 1633 requirements.

Long Lasting Superior Support

Natural Mat’s durable naturally sprung mattress cores provide superior and more longer lasting support than any synthetic foam or metal spring.

Handmade in Devonshire, England

Natural Mat’s mattresses are handmade from the finest raw materials in the world to provide baby with the most comfortable and safest sleeping environment possible for those important first years of life.

Eco Packaging

All packaging used for Natural Mat mattresses is 100% biodegradable and 100% recyclable. Mattress cartons are made from potato starch and a mixture of recyclable and renewable paper sources from the Forestry Stewardship Council.

*Informative article and image courtesy of Natural Mat.*