The Naturalmat team are united by a desire to create hotel mattresses and bed bases of the highest possible quality, providing guests with the perfect natural sleeping environment
Naturalmat began on the high seas. Founders Mark Tremlett and Peter Tindall both sail and hated the synthetic mattresses found on most yachts. So they started hand-making natural fibre products that wouldn’t sweat and would fit in a boat’s awkward spaces.
After the birth of Mark’s first child, they realised that it made sense to devote the same clever thinking to baby mattresses. After all, infants deserved a good night’s sleep too – as well as the chance to enjoy the lovely, breathable qualities of an entirely natural product. And with that, Naturalmat was born.
Today we produce a huge range of baby and adult mattresses, as well as bases and toppers, and sell to customers across Europe and the USA.
But the founding principles of the firm have stayed the same. We still only use natural materials like organic lambswool from local sheep. And we still make all our products by hand in a factory on the banks of the River Exe, near Topsham.
The Naturalmat Production Team are a group of craftspeople with decades of experience in the bedding industry, bringing together a range of skills including upholstery, carpentry and needlework. The team is headed up by Garry Smith, Naturalmat’s Production Manager and former employee of bedding industry giant, Relyon.
Mark Tremlett, co-founder and Business Director, oversees strategy development and business growth at Naturalmat.
With a background in marketing within the confectionery industry, Mark’s focus in on developing customer products and services, as well as taking Naturalmat’s unique offering to new market sectors.
Peter Tindall is the Operations Director and co-founder of Naturalmat.
A natural project manager and facilitator, Peter's day-to-day is spent overseeing the operational efficiency and output of the business, by combining the finest natural resources with Naturalmat’s hand-made production processes.