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HERITAGE FROM THE 1800's - THAT'S EXPERIENCE
In 1899 Enoch Beard established ‘The Australia Bedding Mill’. In 1927, his son, AH Beard rebuilt the business following a fire. In 1999, the 90 year old Domino brand was acquired. To this day, AH Beard proudly continues with the 5th generation joining the family business.
AH Beard Domino mattresses:
are Australian made and owned; have a 10 year guarantee; Sensitive Choice approved; the Official partner of the Australian Institute of Sport; feature the Conforma pocket spring system.
In 1898, ‘United Stated Bedding’ was formed and was later named King Koil in the 1930s as a result of a greater improved spring. King Koil is now licensed in over 90 countries. In 1970 King Koil was introduced to Australia by AH Beard.
King Koil by AH Beard mattresses:
are Australian made and owned; have a 10 year guarantee; Sensitive Choice approved; endorsed by the International Chiropractors Association; feature the patented Reflex pocket spring system.
In 1881, the first Sealy mattresses were made. In 1950, Sealy Posturepedic was developed and introduced. In the 1960s Sealy Australia began local manufacture and is now considered ‘Australia’s Favourite Mattress Brand’.
Sealy mattreses: are Australian made and owned; the components are sourced in Australia; have a 10 year guarantee; have world leading design & testing; feature the Posturepedic continuous coil spring system.
In 1893 the company that become Dunlop Foams opened its first factory in Melbourne, now owned by the Comfort Group that was established in 1935 by the Turner family. SleepMaker was acquired in the late 1950s and holds multiple world-first innovations.
SleepMaker mattresses: are Australian made and owned; have a 10 year guarantee; feature (across the sub-brands) Cocoon’s Senszone, Lifestyle’s pocket spring and Mircacoil’s Advance 5 zone continuous coil system.
In 1874 Scotsman Peter Bulman began producing tweed, blankets, felted cloth, shirting, and flannel in his mill on the banks of Distillery Creek in Launceston, Tasmania. The press dubbed it the Waverley Woollen Factory, the name Bulman would later adapt to Waverly Wollen Mills.
Waverley Mills produce designer wool products that are guaranteed to last, beautifully and carefully crafted, and ethically produced. They use only the most skilled artisan craftsmanship and sustainable practices to produce iconic blankets and throws.