July 2019

Making Your Bedroom More Vegan Friendly

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There’s been a seismic shift towards creating more vegan friendly products. Whether it’s from changing personal preferences, allergy reasons or lifestyle requirements – many people are choosing to go vegan. 

Your bedroom is one of the most important places in your life; it should be a haven for rest and relaxation, and a place where you can go to unwind and sleep in peace. Most importantly, it should match your preferences. Meaning if you’re vegan, your bedroom should be able to become vegan-friendly too. 

And there’s no better way to achieve that than with a luxury mattress that’s made with 100% natural plant fibres

You need Natural Plant Fibres


The popularity of Natural Fibre mattresses has grown exponentially over the last few years. In particular, mattresses that use Natural Plant Fibres

Unlike their synthetic alternatives, these fibres can continually replenish over time, and their supply isn’t nearly as limited. The plants responsible for producing them can be grown and harvested again and again. This of course greatly benefits the environment as well through the absorption of harmful C02. Even the organic waste produced during processing these fibres can be recycled and used elsewhere.

Mattresses that use Natural Plant Fibres are perfectly suited for a vegan lifestyle. Not only are they better for the environment, they are also far more breathable and responsive. Along with being extremely effective at wicking away moisture, keeping you cool, calm and relaxed. They can be used individually, coupled together, and interchanged, to create a sleep surface that perfectly comforts and supports you. 

Get the ultimate vegan mattress

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At John Ryan, we’ve launched our brand new vegan mattress, The Artisan Latex, which is the only 100% plant-based mattress in our range. Making it the ideal choice for vegans to get the healthy, soothing sleep experience they deserve. 

All other vegan mattresses on the market are either foam based, or use polyester as their main comfort levels. But our Artisan Latex is the UK’s first, fully natural plant-based vegan mattress.

Each of the natural materials inside; including Coir Coconut fibre, Organic Flax, Talalay latex, Rebound Cotton and Natural Bamboo – all work together to provide a deep level of comfort. Not only are they extremely responsive, they’re able to provide a cushioning, supportive sink, right before the 1500 pocket springs kick in. The Artisan Latex will allow you to drift off into a dreamy luxurious sleep, and you’ll rest easy knowing that your bedroom is vegan-friendly.

Consider a chemical free mattress cover 

We also top our Artisan Latex off with a Chemical free Damask cover, which is also ideally suited for vegans, and if you happen to be allergic or sensitive to animal fibres.

It’s no secret that the majority of mattress covers have to be covered in a chemical cocktail in order to be safe and meet certain fire regulations. However, we’ve created an innovative Plant-Based Natural method when it comes to making mattress covers at John Ryan.

These completely chemical-free cover still meet all fire safety regulations, but they use 100% natural, plant-based retardants instead. This retardant is made from bio-based raw materials, and is fully biodegradable, environmentally friendly and 100% sustainable.

If you’re looking to make your bedroom more vegan friendly with a mattress that’s eco-friendly, breathable, responsive, and feels incredible – don’t hesitate to speak to our expert team today, on 0161 437 4419.

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