History

Sleepeezee was founded in 1924 by the Price Family in Croydon, London. It was in the late 1920s that Sleepeezee became one of the first manufacturers to produce spring interior mattresses. Today, Sleepeezee still makes all of its beds by hand using traditional time honoured techniques and high quality materials.

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1920

The Price family started manufacturing flock & hair mattresses and associated products.

1925

Amongst the first bed manufacturers to produce 'spring interior' mattresses which proved to be incredibly popular and longer lasting than traditionally made mattresses.

1963

Sleepeezee was the first pocketed spring manufacturer to be awarded a Royal Warrant from HM The Queen and subsequently HRH The Prince of Wales.

1970

The consolidation of all production into a new factory site in Merton, West London. This marked the start of a new era of luxury pocketed sprung mattresses for the wider market.

1980

Introduced Beautyrest™ pocketed springs which were a huge development in mattress spring technology, offering better support and an even more comfortable night’s sleep.

1985

A proud moment for Sleepeezee when awarded with a Royal Warrant from HRH The Prince of Wales. This signified Sleepeezee’s dedication to producing the best sprung mattresses on the market.

1993

Sleepeezee entered into the Guinness Book of Records for the world’s largest bed measuring at an impressive 20ft x 15ft.

2006

Closure of the Merton factory and consolidation into the factory in Rochester where all Sleepeezee products are currently made. The Rochester site is currently the hub of all creativity and latest developments in sleep technology.

2013

Began supplying Travelodge Hotels with the Dreamer bed and donated over £100,000 to Macmillan Cancer Support from the sales of this bed.

2016

The start of our ongoing relationship with QEST (Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust) and the introduction of a range of QEST beds which generate donations to this charity.