Eco-friendly mattress: Bloom Hybrid by Brooklyn Bedding

Bloom Hybrid pairs sustainably sourced materials with the targeted pressure point relief of individually encased coils.
Bloom Hybrid pairs sustainably sourced materials with individually encased coils. Photo credit: Brooklyn Bedding

Brooklyn Bedding, a manufacturer and retailer of custom-crafted mattresses, has launched the eco-friendly Bloom Hybrid, which pairs sustainably sourced materials with individually encased coils.

The Bloom Hybrid uses a Talalay latex foam that is harvested as a liquid from the tropical Hevea brasiliensis (a type of rubber tree) using eco-friendly production methods. Talalay latex claims to have 228 percent more airflow than other latex foams in the market and also is touted as  inherently hypoallergenic. 

By engineering the mattress as a hybrid, Brooklyn Bedding combines the key attributes of Talalay latex with individually encased coils, providing additional benefits of support and decreased motion transfer.

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The quilted cover of the Bloom Hybrid features sustainably sourced Joma wool and organic cotton. A special crimping process of the Joma wool provides a 40 percent to 50 percent increase in volume without increasing weight, resulting in added plushness as well as increased longevity, according to the company.

The Bloom Hybrid is available in three firmness levels.

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