Harrison Beds mattresses don’t start life in a factory, but on a 300-acre farm in North Yorkshire
Dating back to 1840, Harrison Spinks is a fifth-generation family business that today has over 600 people working with us, from farmers who rear our prize sheep to craftsmen and women who still sew, side-stitch and tuft our mattresses by hand.
Innovation is at the heart of Harrison Spinks, and it is the continuous investment in technology which has allowed Harrison Beds to become the most vertically integrated bed manufacturer in the world. They never rest, because they believe only the very best will do.
When it comes to the fillings of the mattresses, only the very best will do. So, to meet the high standards for quality, there was only one option – Harrison Beds had to grow them their selves. On their own farm in North Yorkshire, that’s precisely their goal.
Don’t just take their word for it. The entire Harrison Spinks team is immensely proud to be a truly award-winning British business. Most recently they have been awarded double Queen’s Awards for Enterprise for the second time.
A good night’s sleep comes from environmentally sound materials, which means sustainability is at the heart of everything they do. Harrison Beds are constantly finding new ways for their business to work with the planet, not against it.