ABOUT US

Vispring USA is the premiere destination to experience the uncompromising luxury and body-responsive support of a Vispring bed. We invite you to visit us to discover how Vispring offers a sleeping experience that is second to none.
Imagine a place of comfort and poetry.
A haven of elegance and sophistication.
This is the world of Vispring.

COLLECTION


MATERIALS

No foam. No latex. No fire retardants.
Only the finest natural materials and a unique system of honeycomb nested pocket springs are used in every Vispring bed. Natural fibers keep you and your bed fresh, dry, and clean. Each spring moves independently in response to your body and your movements, offering personally tailored support and supreme comfort. The result is a profoundly comfortable bed that provides a much-deserved restful, restorative sleep.
WOOL

Britain’s climate produces wool that is uniquely soft, springy and strong. Vispring is the only bed maker to use 100% Platinum Certified British fleece wool, widely regarded as the best in the world. Hypo-allergenic, breathable and ten times more absorbent than synthetic materials, it ensures long-lasting comfort.
BAMBOO

Originally indigenous to northern China, bamboo is omnipresent in architecture, industry, cookery and landscapes throughout Asia. Vispring sources its bamboo fibre in China. An eminently sustainable resource, it is also soft and exceptionally absorbent - wicking away moisture to ensure that you wake fully refreshed.
COTTON

Cotton has been farmed since prehistoric times. The Turkish long-fibre cotton used by Vispring is incredibly soft and durable, with an unparalleled sheen. It is also uniquely absorbent and naturally breathable - wicking away moisture to preserve your comfort throughout the night.


VICUÑA

Vicuña wool is one of the most sought after and luxurious textiles in the world. It is absorbent, has excellent insulating properties and - being free of lanolin - is also hypoallergenic. Vispring selects these long, lustrous fibres for their warmth, their beauty and their delicious softness.


MOHAIR

One of the oldest textile fibres in use