Handcrafted and made only from natural, ethically-sourced materials, the Hästens brand of beds, mattresses, and bedding accessories is well-known throughout the world. With a history that runs for six generations, they have been on the pursuit of making the best handcrafted beds in the world for more than a century, driven by their passion and the spirit of excellence.
If you sleep on a Hästens mattress, you have access to the same quality in the mattresses supplied to the Swedish Royal Court for three generations now, which only means you’re getting comfort that’s truly unparalleled. Now available in 37 countries in Europe, America, and even Asia, it’s very likely that you’ll encounter the Hästens name wherever beds are sold.
Below are the estimated Hastens mattress prices.
It was in 1852 when the Hästens story began, but not in a way many would expect. The legacy began with Pehr Adolf, who was a Master Saddler making saddles, harnesses, and the finest horsetail hair mattresses and various leather goods. As time passed, the need for saddles lessened and so the future generations focused on mattresses and beds.
In 1917, the family of master saddlers decided to wholeheartedly concentrate on beds, and this was when the first Hästens logo was drawn. The horse in the logo is an ode to the company’s legacy, and a defining symbol of their identity. In 1935, the Hästens was registered as a trademark in Sweden.
The company kept expanding, moving to bigger factory buildings to meet the growing demand. In 1952, Hästens celebrated one century of being in the industry, and it was during this year that King Gustav VI Adolf of Sweden appointed it as Royal Purveyor. In 1995, they were appointed as Royal Purveyor for the second time.
Because of their many years in the business and their pristine reputation, Hästens has become synonymous to superior quality. From a small family-owned company that began with saddle-making, Hästens has now expanded to 37 countries worldwide – with the same level of handcrafted excellence that it was known for when it began.
Company’s Pride In Its Products
Hästens has definitely made a name for itself through the years, and this is not unfounded. They truly value excellence and have worked hard to maintain that level of quality through all these years. The pride that they have in the Hästens name can be attributed to the following:
- Superior, all-natural materials – The beauty of Hästens lies in the details: breathable horsetail hair, slow-growing pine from Sweden’s north, durable and anti-static flax, hand-distributed cotton, and temperature-regulating wool. No foam or latex – only the best of Sweden’s natural materials.
- A master craftsman’s touch – The best bed in the world could only be created by the most capable hands, and this is why each Hästens bed is special. From research and development to design thinking and the actual construction, you will be sleeping on hundreds of man hours which exhibit the same passion and obsession for excellence.
- The blue check and attention to detail – While you can order Hästens beds in other colors, the distinctive Hästens blue check pattern is patented and has come to represent what the company is about. The classic one is a jacquard woven fabric made from 100% cotton. When it was first introduced, it was unlike anything anyone has ever seen on a bed before, and this has cemented Hästens’ reputation as always being one step ahead.
The “luxury bed of luxury beds”, Vividus is the result of Hästens’ centuries-long expertise and craftsmanship.
2000T and Proferia
With three separate spring systems, these responsive beds can adjust to micro-movements and isolate motion, giving you a well-deserved sleep.
Auroria and Luxuria
Made to bring pressure relief and unmatched support to your hips and upper body, these beds come with a 13cm Hästens Bonnell spring system. The Luxuria has a thicker thread dimension so it gives extra support.
With a classic, 8cm Hästens Bonnell spring system and layers of wool, cotton, and flax that are distributed perfectly to give you support and comfort, this will give you the balance you’ve been looking for in your sleep.
Superia and Excel
Described as “supple to the touch”, Superia’s double spring systems will caress your body and make you feel weightless in your sleep. The Superia’s pocket spring system is 15cm high (while Excel’s is only 13cm), but they both have 13cm Hästens Bonnell spring systems.
The Marquis is slightly lower in profile and firmer to the touch, but it has the same double spring system that Hästens beds are known for
Lenoria and Novoria
Hästens’ adjustable beds are also some of its most comfortable. You can adjust the angle with a wireless remote, and its motors are made and certified with the EcoDesign Directive. Both have a 13cm high Bonell spring system made in 4 sections, but the Lenoria’s pocket spring system is 2 centimeters thicker than the Novoria.
If you have mattresses with the Hästens name on it, you will never sleep the same way again.