Our Materials

In our Sydney workshop, our highly skilled craftspeople work with only the finest natural and organic materials. Sustainably produced, ethically sourced, and incredibly long-lasting — for a positive impact on product, people, and the planet.

Mattress Cover

Our hand-stitched mattress covers are made with breathable GOTS-certified Organic Cotton and Hemp — a luxurious yet highly durable blend. Grown in India, these natural fibres meet the highest standards for safety, from the farm to your bedroom.  


It’s important to us to be totally transparent about our products – if we can’t answer all your questions about a material, we won’t use it. All the materials we use are natural and sustainable – and, in most cases, suitable for anyone with health issues – and we do everything we can to make sure that workers involved in the process are treated fairly and ethically.

Mattress Layers

The culmination of 40 years of mattress-making, our 11 unique layering designs cater to a range of sleeping preferences. With seven posture zones for support and pincore holes for breathability, our mattresses promise unparalleled comfort throughout the night.

Certified Organic Latex

The foundation of our beds, 100% Certified Organic Latex is cool, resilient, and soft yet supportive. Free from harmful toxins, it is naturally hypo-allergenic, antibacterial, and dust-mite resistant. We source our GOLS-certified Organic Latex ethically and responsibly from farms in Sri Lanka, where it is proudly processed in facilities that meet carbon-neutral standards.

Untreated Australian Downs Wool

Sourced from bucolic farms in Victoria and South Australia, Untreated Downs Wool boasts natural temperature-regulating properties. Our Downs Wool is not chemically processed, but simply washed with a mild detergent and carded to retain its soft, supple properties. The outer layer in most of our mattresses, it’s also naturally flame-resistant.

Coconut Coir

Crafted from the shredded fibres of coconut shells and rubberised with GOLS-certified liquid Organic Latex, coconut coir provides firm, even support. Perfect for use in our cot and bassinet mattresses, a coir core is also popular with those who prefer a more robust feel. Due to the latex coating, it is naturally dust-mite resistant and anti-fungal.

"Wool is naturally flame resistant and offers a greater level of fire safety than other fibres... Wool's inherent fire resistance comes from its naturally high nitrogen and water content, requiring higher levels of oxygen in the surrounding environment in order to burn."*



Consistent with the values driving The Natural Bedding Company, our furniture is handcrafted in our Sydney workshop with exceptional attention to quality, durability, and detail. Each piece comes with a 10-year guarantee and is finished with your choice of natural stain. A small amount of non-toxic, water-based glue is used in the handcrafting of our furniture to reinforce the joints and further increase the structural integrity.


Our hardwood furniture collection is proudly crafted with Responsible Wood PEFC-certified Tasmanian Oak. Harvested from regrowth forests, the timber is untreated and kiln-dried, a strengthening process that sterilises without the need for harmful chemicals. The New Zealand Radiata Pine used in our Lo-line bed frames is also untreated and kiln-dried. The lightweight drawer bottoms in our bedside tables are made with formaldehyde-free, soy-based bonded plywood for increased functionality.

Timber Finishes

Choose from our selection of five natural stains, each of which is non-toxic and plant-based to produce a beautiful water-resistant, open-pored finish. Ranging from clear to rich charcoal in colour, our wood oil stains are sourced from Livos, a German company with over 40 years of expertise. Not only are these stains environmentally friendly, but a healthy alternative for anyone sensitive to petrochemical-based lacquer.

To discover more about our natural materials, please find the small selection of FAQs below which delve into our manufacturing process, sustainable approach, the use of latex fillers in the industry, and much more.

How do you process your latex?
What are fillers in latex?
What about VOCs? Are they produced during the Dunlop process?