Naturally Comfortable Luxury Beds

The latest entry into the North American luxury bed category is the Greek firm Coco-Mat, which has opened an expansive store on Mercer Street in New York’s SoHo. Coco-Mat’s sustainably made beds are constructed without any metal, and they have been used in A-list hotels such as London’s Jumeirah, Barcelona’s Ritz-Carlton, and Montenegro’s Aman Sveti Stefan. The store opening coincides with the introduction of its new Triton bed system, which starts with an ergonomic base, then piles on various layers of natural materials: wool, cotton, coconut fiber, seaweed harvested from Greek beaches, and horsehair treated with natural rubber. This is also the first Coco-Mat bed to incorporate cactus fiber, which has unique properties for regulating humidity. Prices for the Triton range from $23,720 for a queen to $34,140 for a California king. (212.431.2626, www.coco-mat.com)

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