Pioneer bedmaker Breasley is launching a new look Salus range at the NBF Bed Show 2019.
Breasley’s luxury brand has been refreshed and updated to mark 10 years since the first Salus mattress was crafted by the East Midlands-based family company.
Salus has undergone an eyecatching rebrand and further improvements to specification. The new look across eight models is revealed on stand J60 at the Telford International Centre from September 17-18.
Salus combines high end comfort with a more accessible pricing structure – a strategy which ensures it remains a favourite with UK retailers and consumers alike. The new look collection features the most comfortable and stylish Salus beds yet. The indulgent mattresses combine two of Breasley’s unique technologies, Viscoool and ‘Salus Comfort’ layer, and make use of natural fibres to offer the best in deep harmonious sleep.
Viscoool is Breasley’s luxurious, pressure relieving, breathable, next generation memory foam made from sustainable and natural soybean oil. The 4cm deep ‘Salus Comfort’ layer brings increased softness and comfort.
To maintain a hygienic and safer sleep environment all eight mattresses in the Salus range are also treated with Breasley ProGuard to help regulate body temperature, fight bacteria and inhibit house dust mites.
Top of the range is Samphire, combining Viscoool, ‘Salus Comfort’ layer and a 3,900 dual layer pocket spring system, deep quilted pillow top cover. The sleep surface features integral natural fibres of lambswool, bamboo, alpaca and Pashmina to complete the luxurious feel of the bed.
Other models are Ilex, Topaz, Autumn, Tawny, Iris, Fern and Cypress. All are available on a range of Breasley base options including the innovative ottoman, which hinges at the head end to create maximum storage.
Salus is available in 16 inspiring, contemporary colour and fabric choices. All mattresses are no-turn and come with 10 year guarantees. The whole range is fitted with RFID tags allowing full traceability. To finish, mattresses are wrapped in regranulated polythene, reducing the product’s carbon footprint.