Sustainable Design

At Midsummer, we believe that sustainability is not just a trend, but a way of life. That's why we're committed to using only the most precious natural materials obtained from small farms without harming the animals, and ensuring that all of our products are recyclable and long-lasting. We believe that sustainable criteria in mattress production is not only important for the environment, but also for our health and well-being.

Traditional mattresses are often made from synthetic materials that can release harmful chemicals into the air and contribute to indoor air pollution. These materials are also often not biodegradable, which means they will end up in landfills and contribute to the global waste problem. By using natural materials that are both biodegradable and recyclable, we can help reduce our impact on the environment and create a healthier living space for ourselves and future generations.

In addition to being better for the environment, natural materials are also better for our health. For example, natural latex is hypoallergenic and resistant to dust mites, making it a great choice for people with allergies or respiratory issues. Wool, another natural material we use in our mattresses, naturally regulates body temperature and wicks away moisture, providing a comfortable and healthy sleep environment.

But sustainability isn't just about the materials - it's also about the longevity of the product. Traditional foam mattresses have a relatively short lifespan of around 8 years, while our Midsummer mattresses can last up to 25 years. By investing in a high-quality, long-lasting mattress, we can reduce our impact on the environment by reducing the amount of waste we generate and the resources we consume.

So, why choose Midsummer for your next mattress? Our commitment to sustainability and natural materials means that you can rest easy knowing that your mattress is not only good for your health, but also good for the planet. Plus, our mattresses are crafted with care and attention to detail, ensuring that you get the best possible sleep experience for years to come.


Sweet dreams,

The Midsummer Team