Natural Dual-Sided Pocket Sprung Mattress - Small Double
- The evolution of our award-winning Natural Twist mattress
- Dual-sided: Choose between Medium & Medium-firm support
- Free from toxins and harmful chemicals
- Breathable and anti-dust mite
- Luxury quilted Herringbone cotton cover
- 100 Day Trial
- Size: 120x190 cm
Free delivery on our entire range of mattresses.
Don’t love it? Send it back and get a full refund.
100 Night Trial
Try it for 100-nights on us and make sure you love it.
5 Year Warranty
We offer a 5-year guarantee, just in case!
Sleep, The Way Nature Intended
Enjoy sleep the way nature intended with our range of Dual-sided Natural Pocket Sprung Mattresses. Born from 15 years of natural sleep experience, The Little Green Sheep Natural Pocket Sprung Mattress is the evolution of the award-winning and highly popular Natural Twist Cot & Cot bed mattress, lovingly handmade for a luxuriously comfortable night's sleep.
Free From Harmful Chemicals
No harmful chemicals or fire retardant sprays are used in our mattresses, giving you peace of mind as you sleep in a pure and natural environment.
Naturally insulating & breathable
Our mattresses are breathable and insulating to help regulate your body temperature.
The wool used in our mattresses naturally absorbs and disperses moisture away, creating a clean, dry environment that’s resistant to dust mites & bacteria growth.
what's inside matters
Our Natural Pocket Sprung Mattresses feature only the finest natural materials, expertly layered for a luxuriously comfortable night's sleep.
Coconut fibre is the perfect material for forming the sturdy core structure of our natural mattresses. Layers of coconut coir act like thousands of tiny springs to provide even support, which is vital for a comfortable night’s sleep. Meanwhile, pocket springs relieve pressure points for durable, adaptive support.
Starting life as sap from the Hevea Tree, the natural latex in our mattresses works like a natural layer of foam, adding another level of comfort. Sustainable and extremely durable, natural latex maintains its quality after years of use.
Naturally breathable and cosy soft, wool is the magic ingredient in our mattresses that helps to provide only the best sleep environment. Naturally anti-allergenic and temperature-regulating, wool also happens to be a natural fire-retardant, meaning that our mattresses pass British Fire Safety standards without the use of any nasty fire-proof chemicals.
Long-lasting and durable, a luxury cotton cover forms the casing for our natural mattresses. Compared to more synthetic covers, a 100% cotton cover offers added breathability and comfort. It’s also super soft, allowing you to sleep soundly time and time again.
How will my product arrive?
Delivered using our 2-man service, this includes delivering to your room of choice, as well as unpacking and removing any packaging from the premises so you don’t have to.
When can i expect delivery?
As each mattress is handmade, it will take us around 6 weeks to deliver your mattress to you.
Can you recycle my old mattress?
For just £25 extra, we'll remove your old mattress for you and have it recycled. Convenient for you, and better for the planet!
Simply flip the mattress over depending on whether or not you want medium or medium firm support.
Warranty: 5 Year Guarantee
Mattress Depth: 22cm
Top & Bottom: Herringbone fabric quilted with 1000 gr. organic wool.
Sides: Herringbone fabric quilted with 500 g of wool.
Medium Side: FR latex 3 cm, Coir 1cm
Mattress Centre/ Core: Natural Pocket 11 cm
Medium/ Firm Side: Coir 2cm, FR latex 3 cm
100 Day Trial - Terms and Conditions Apply
Do I need to do anything before my mattress arrives?
To avoid any delays to sleeping the natural way, you will need to check that you can fit your new mattress in your home. To do this you will need to measurer any door frames, hallways, and stairs en route to the room you wish the mattress to be placed in.
Why is this so important? Our mattresses are full of natural materials, making them quite heavy to lift. Additionally, we advise against bending or folding your mattress, as this could damage its internal support system.
What dimensions should I be checking? You will need to check the full dimensions of your mattress, these can be found on the mattress product pages.
If you are concerned your new mattress won't fit, please contact our customer service team and they will be able to advise you on the best next steps.
What happens if my mattress doesnt fit in my home on day of delivery?
You may incur charges when reselecting your mattress, as well as delivery/return courier charges.
What Should I Do If I Think There’s A Problem With My Mattress On Delivery?
If you notice that your mattress is clearly incorrect upon arrival, then please refuse delivery (e.g the wrong size, quantity etc). If you only notice issues after accepting the delivery, please contact our customer service team.
Should I Use A Mattress Protector?
Our mattresses are designed to be water resistant, not waterproof. With this in mind, to prevent any damage to your mattress, we recommend using a 100% waterproof protector.
Can A Mattress Protector Prevent The Mattress From Airing Properly?
Where possible, we recommend only using a breathable mattress protector, or if waterproof, using it on the surface of the mattress only. This combination works well in conjunction with regularly airing your mattress when changing the bedding.
How Often Should I Turn Or Rotate My Mattress?
We recommend rotating your mattress approximately every 3 months.
Should I air my mattress regularly?
We recommend airing your mattress regularly to keep it, and the natural materials inside at their best. To do this, when changing bed sheets allow the mattress to sit bare before putting the fresh sheet on. Additionally, when using the mattress on a divan base, stand the mattress on its side so air can get to the underside of the mattress, too.
I Have Recently Received My New Mattress, But There Is A Natural Smell – Is This Normal?
Yes. The wool we use is certified as clean for mattress filling. However, some of the natural oils remain within it, and this is what often creates the natural smell described. It usually disappears within a few days, as the mattress airs after being stored and transported.
What Is The Edge Support Like?
The mattresses have an additonal border of firm coconut coir to ensure they maintain their size, shape and structure, even when weight is applied right at their edges.
I Have Recently Received My New Mattress And It Feels Firmer Than I Had Expected. Is This Normal?
Yes. After a foam mattress or older sprung mattress, it can take some time to fully adjust to a flatter, newer mattress. This usually takes 30-40 nights, and this is why we offer a 100 night trial to allow your posture and sleeping pattern to fully adjust.
How Much Does The Mattress Weigh?
"Single: 90x190cm - 29.3kg Small Double: 120x190cm - 39kg Double: 135x190cm - 43.9kg King: 150x200cm - 51.3 kg Superking: 180x200cm - 61.6 kg"
Is My Guarantee Valid If I Use The Mattress On An Old Or Different Base?
As long as the base can provide a flat surface and support the mattress effectively, then the guarantee will be honoured. If the base has caused the mattress to bend due to lack of support, we would advise changing your bed base to ensure the mattress isn't damaged through use.
Additionally, if you have a divan base please ensure that your mattress is aired regularly, as air can't circulate in the same way with divan bases as it does with a traditional, slatted bed.
Does My Mattress Come With A Guarantee?
Yes, five years against any manufacturing defects. This does not affect your statutary rights.
My Mattress Is Dipping Slightly, Why Is This?
The very top layer of the mattress (a few cm) is extremely soft and lofted. As such, it can stay compressed and create what looks like a dip in the mattress. Please be reassured that the internals providing the support are not compressed or compromised. The mattress has passed rigourous durability tests and has been shown to be exceptionally durable.
Are The Mattresses Suitable For Use In Commercial Environments Such As Hotels And Guest Houses?
No, the mattress has been tested to BS 7177 for domestic use only.
What is graphite?
A naturally occurring form of crystalline carbon, graphite is a native element that has applications across multiple industries.
Why do we use graphite in our mattresses?
Natural latex (derived from the Hevea tree) is blended with the naturally occurring mineral graphite to provide a comfy, progressive support that makes for a natural alternative to foam. When exposed to heat, the graphite in our mattresses expands and forms an intumescent layer to protect the material surface. This helps slow down the spread of fire, and counteracts the formation of toxic gases and smoke.
How to care for your mattress
Caring for your new adult mattress is just as easy as caring for our natural children’s mattresses.
To keep your mattress in perfect condition, we recommend turning the mattress from top to toe whilst being used on the required side.
It’s important to let the natural materials in your mattress breathe by airing it as often as possible, preferably when you turn or rotate your mattress.
As the cover is not removable, we recommend cleaning or blotting any spillages as soon as they occur. Gently clean with a damp sponge and mild detergent solution, allowing your mattress to air naturally away from bright sunlight. Always ensure that the mattress is completely dry before using. Please do not attempt to remove the cover or wash any of the internal fillings.
Storing your mattress
Should you ever need to store your mattress, please do so in a cool dry place with a consistent temperature, and avoid lofts, cellars or sheds.
Whilst designed to provide years of comfort and support, the Sleep Council recommends changing your mattress every seven years. With this in mind, your Little Green Sheep natural mattress has been designed to be fully recyclable.
Due to all our mattresses being handcrafted from natural materials, there can be a slight variance in dimensions.
Safety tested to: British and European safety standards (BS EN 597 Part 1 & 2 and BS 7177: 2008+ A1: 2011)