Bespoke Cot Mattresses
Bespoke Cot Mattresses to any Width or Length
Our fully sprung, made to measure cot mattresses are handmade using lambswool and coir (coconut fibre) fillings and upholstered in a organic cotton cover. Our cot mattresses can be made to any length or width to ensure a perfect fit for an antique or mid-century cot, or a modern cot with unusual dimensions.
We use natural fillings in our cot mattresses as they are hypoallergenic and naturally breathable helping to regulate your infant’s temperature while they sleep.
|Metric||Imperial||Fully Sprung Cot Mattress|
|50cm x 100cm x 12cm||20″ x 39″ x 5″||£170.00|
|60cm x 120cm x 12cm||24″ x 47″ x 5″||£180.00|
|70cm x 140cm x 12cm||27½” x 55″ x 5″||£220.00|
|75cm x 150cm x 12cm||30″ x 59″ x 5″||£290.00|
Our cot mattresses are available in the standard sizes displayed in the table above. We can also specifically tailor our cot mattresses to any size.
Choose the next standard width up (i.e. if you want a bespoke cot mattress 65cm wide, choose the 70cm option) and then add 10% to the price for the reduction.
For alternations in length we charge 10% to make a cot mattress shorter than standard and 20% to make a cot mattress longer than standard.
What size mattress do you need?
What's the intended use?
How much are you looking to spend?
Up to £500
£500 - £1500
£1500 - £3000
Only the best will do!
Always Natural and Fully Sprung…
Like the bespoke mattresses we make for children and adults, our made to measure cot mattresses are fully sprung and never contain synthetic foams. The spring system we use in our cot mattresses has been developed especially for the body weight of babies and infants to ensure the natural curve of their spine is correctly supported while they sleep.
We upholster our made to measure cot mattresses in a zip off and washable organic cotton cover.
All our mattresses are handmade in England and comply with the rigorous requirements of BS 1877 Part 10 for safety and performance and BS 7177 for flammability and are manufactured without the use of any antimony, phosphorous, arsenic, barium, lead or other nasty fire-retardant chemicals.