Custom Latex Cuts

Custom-Latex-Cuts

A bench cushion, a bassinet, a couch, a futon, a dog bed, an odd size mattress – whatever your need, we’ll cut it for you.  We can cut the latex as deep as 6″ and as thin as 1.5″. We sell 3″ slabs because it gives you a bit of choice in adjusting your firmness  as well as choosing a depth that you are comfortable on.  However, we are happy to cut our 6″ cores into the perfect size for your project.

If you have general questions about futons and couch cushions, peruse this blog post and then contact us with further questions.

For a quote on your next project, visit our Custom Latex Cut Calculator page.

Test it Out

Test It Out

Test It Out

We welcome you to test out the five different firmnesses of natural latex at either our Lafayette, IN location or Eden Prairie, MN location. Rearrange the layers to find your depth and most comfortable solution for your bed.  Try out the pillows and see the ticking in action.

No stock is kept in MN, all products will ship to you; pillows, wool products, and clearance items available in IN for local pickup; MN addresses do not pay sales tax.

Both showrooms are run by families in their homes.  We’re glad you can stop by. Contact us to setup an appointment.

All Natural Bedding

All Natural Bedding

All Natural Bedding

To keep you healthy and toxin free and to give you choice in your bedding, our mattress parts and pillows fills are completely natural. No chemicals whatsoever. Not only the cleanest bedding you’ve seen, but also the highest quality parts.

All our products are plant based, except for wool, of course, which from sheep.  For detailed information on any of these parts, see our Of Interest section.

Natural Latex – from the Hevea Brasiliensis tree grown in Sri Lanka
Millet Hulls – from organically grown millet in CO
Kapok Fiber – from Ceiba trees in India
Cotton – from organic farms in India
Wool – from local farms around MN

From Farm To Bed

From-Farm-to-Bed

Our wool batting is sourced straight from local farms. We visit the farms, see the sheep and their fields and talk to the farmers, seeing their natural care of their sheep.