Contact Us

We welcome your phone calls and emails. Feel free to ask questions. We know that an informed purchase ensures satisfaction. We can custom make any bedding item or direct you to sources if you want help doing it yourself. Ask away.

PRODUCT QUESTIONS

customerservice@diynaturalbedding.com
763-445-9676

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ORDER QUESTIONS

dbrenton@diynaturalbedding.com
763-445-9676

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CUSTOM/WHOLESALE INQUIRY

orders@diynaturalbedding.com
763-445-9676

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SHOWROOMS
LAFAYETTE, IN

dbrenton@diynaturalbedding.com
763-445-9676

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EAGAN, MN

mnshowroom@diynaturalbedding.com
651-705-6221

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As a grassroots, home business, we welcome your ideas and your visits to one of our two showrooms, either in Lafayette, IN  (an hour northwest of Indianapolis) or in Eagan, MN. Please call or email for an address and to confirm an approximate time of arrival.

We have all the firmnesses of natural latex available for you to rearrange to find the perfect comfort in our showroom of a living room, as well as samples of all our offerings. It is often helpful to lay on one to determine what firmness and comfort level is right for you.

Lafayette, IN hours

763-445-9676 (Eastern Standard Time)
dbrenton@diynaturalbedding.com

Mon – Fri: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Sat: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm (showroom only)
Sun: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm (showroom only)

Eagan, MN hours

651-705-6221
mnshowroom@diynaturalbedding.com

Call for appointment.

23 thoughts on “Contact Us

  1. Hello,

    Is it possible to request a thicker wool topper?
    If so, how much would a 5″ topper be and how many pounds of wool would you use to fill it?
    I am mainly looking at a full or queen size topper, so I’d like to know the price for both.

    Thanks!

    1. We can make a slightly thicker topper, say 4″. If we made it 5″, you would find it almost impossible to avoid body trenches, even if you were diligent about rotating it and flipping it per the instructions.
      I will email you a quote.

      1. Thank you, kindly. I have experienced the trench in a fluffy 4”, so I want to avoid that mistake. These zabs are also used for bowing, so firmness is necessary. The one in use now for bowing is quite the pancake, so 4” seems high. Is 4” customary? I was imagining 3”, but I am new to this type of buying. Thanks so much! Kika

        1. Our Wool Topper is 3″ customarily. It is a perfect height to give you cushion and loft without lumpiness or trenching as long as you follow the care instructions the first few months. You can view the topper here. https://www.diynaturalbedding.com/product/wool-topper-3/

  2. Hi,
    If you will do free shipping on the Eastern King 3″ wool topper. I will place the order as soon as I get your response. My profits are marginal too!

    thanks in advance,

    Jim

    1. I’m sorry, I cannot offer free shipping, though you make pick up the topper if you are in St. Peter, MN.

  3. Hi, Is it possible to get kapok in a matted roll? I am making zabutons.
    Open to suggestions.

    1. Kapok comes matted in layers in bale. If you are open to receiving 250 lbs., then you will be able to retain its sheet like form if you peel off layers at a time. We do have wholesale pricing on the kapok and all our other supplies. Contact orders@diynaturalbedding.com for pricing.

  4. Hi,

    Do you also buy wool, in rough shape?

    1. All of the wool we buy must be virgin wool, no older than 2 years old, fiber 3-5 inches long, of medium grade coarseness (generally in the 50’s micron count), from sheep of small flock farms in the US. For more details, contact us.

  5. Thanks for teaching me about what a great mattress is made from

  6. Hi,

    I want to order pillow cases and knit ticking to the UK. I want to know where I will be charged shipping for my whole order or each individual purchase?

    1. They will ship together. If ordered, the latex slabs and quilted ticking will ship separately though.

  7. We have latex and wool allergies. Do you have only cotton options?

    1. We do have GOTS cotton batting that could easily be folded inside our cotton Twill Ticking and tufted to keep it from shifting to make a firm mattress. Instructions are here and here; the process is the same as making a wool mattress. Estimate about 1/4″ per layer of cotton after compression.

  8. Hi there, I bought cotton twill from you to make inner liners for sofa cushion covers. Do you recommend prewashing it before sewing it?

    1. The twill has a low shrinkage, maybe 3%. It will shrink slightly if you wash it but only incrementally. All fabric stretches so if you don’t wash it before, the pressure of the latex and time should be enough to return it to its sewn size after a little while.

  9. Is the wool blanket quite soft or scratchy?

    1. The wool blanket is neither extreme. It is perfect for a layering blanket. Because of its herringbone pattern, a sheet will feel smoother than it will, though the blanket will look much more decorative than any sheet. It is not rough or coarse, nor is it acrylic soft. I think you will find it soft against your hand though noticeably textured.

  10. How much does it cost for me to stop by and make a wool mattress with twill ticking for a twin or twin xl?
    About how long does it take?

    Can I stop by your location and purchase a wool topper for a twin bed?

    What is a puddle pad?

    What is your address?

    1. Our showrooms are simply showrooms, they do not have product to take home. If you want to make a Twin sized wool mattress, give yourself 2 hours or so. The layering of the wool is quick, but the tufting takes a while.

      A puddle pad is a 1/4″ needle punched mat of wool fibers, twisted around each other to create a thick pad that spills have difficulty getting through. It is available here.

  11. Hello
    I am ordering latex for a new sofa, but would need the thin layer( don’t know what’s it’s called) that covers the cushion before the fabric goes on top. If it is at all necessary when using latex instead of poly foam cushions. Any advise would be appreciated. Thanks

    1. Hmmm, do you mean the layer of batting used to lump out the cushions? All you really need is one case and one hunk of foam. Often customers want an inner and an outer case so the latex can stay wrapped as the outer case is washed. Often times with the latex in that inner case is a layer batting, from my shop wool or cotton. I explain the batting wrap here in this post.

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