Small Double Aria 1400 Pocket Sprung Mattress with Platform Divan Set
The base of the Small Double Aria 1400 Pocket Sprung Mattress with Platform Divan Set from Airsprung’s Universal Divan range is available in black, beige or grey damask fabric and is designed to complement this mattress perfectly. Of sturdy all-timber construction, the Universal Divan base is made using the very best materials and demonstrates the highest standards of workmanship. Stylish silver glides add a touch of extra class to finish the look. Universal Divans are available in standard UK sizes. In addition, you can choose from non-store, 2 or 4 drawer storage options.
The Aria 1400 mattress offers medium to firm support thanks to the 1400 pocketed springs (based on king size) at the core. Pocketed springs respond to your body’s movements as you turn throughout the night, making sure the support is just where it is required, helping you to wake up fresh and fully rested. Lavish softening layers of deep fillings surrounded by a fern leaf design fine damask deliver a sleeping experience that you deserve.
The look of the Aria 1400 is completed by tufting the fabrics and fillings with fine tapes and decorative collars the traditional way. To keep the fillings fresh, eight air vents have been placed around the border. The Aria 1400 is a no turn mattress yet still includes flag-stitched handles that you can use to rotate the mattress head to foot to prolong its life.
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