Updated on January 9, 2023
The Classic collection of bespoke beds by Vispring are the mid-tier mattresses of their three collections. They're significantly more affordable than the Luxe collection. The Classic collection has more premium materials than the Original collection but less than the Luxe. Reading our expert review here will give you all the information you need about these beds:
The Classic Collection is one of three collections from Vispring:
The Classic Collection of Vispring bespoke mattresses are built with varying amounts of the highest-quality bedding materials. They use horsetail, mohair, cashmere, silk, wool, vanadium steel, bamboo, and vicuña wool in their beds. Each mattress is handmade similarly to a traditional innerspring mattress, but with a much finer eye for detail and style.
Three mattresses comprise the Classic collection by Vispring: the Oxford, the regal Superb, and the Regent. Each mattress features the same high-quality materials but in differing amounts in each bed. They're customizable to the comfort that you'd prefer, just like every other Vispring mattress.
Each Classic collection mattress is assembled by Master Bedcraftspeople. They're designed to be heirloom pieces of furniture that get passed down from generation to generation. These bespoke beds are some of the most luxurious that you'll find on the market today.
The Oxford mattress is the entry-level model in Vispring's Classic Collection. It features 1,000 g/sqm British Fleece Wool and Cotton. Add to the braided horsetail and the honeycomb nested pocket coils and you have a very comfortable mattress. Being the entry-level model the Oxford sells for thousands less than the top-end Regent. It offers excellent resilience and distinctive support while wicking away moisture to provide a cool sensation. A perfect introduction to the world of Vispring.
The Regal Superb mattress is the mid-level mattress of the three beds in the Classic collection. It's an inch thicker than the Oxford meaning it has more of the premium materials built into it. Couples looking for a more affordable mattress from the prestigious Vispring collection will find the premium comfort materials and custom coil system of the Regal Superb well worth the initial investment. The Vispring Regal Superb comes backed by a 30-year warranty so you and your sleeping partner can enjoy unparalleled comfort for the rest of your nights.
The top-end model in the Classic collection by Vispring is the Regent mattress. This mattress has the most premium materials out of the three Classic models.
Platinum Certified British fleece wool and cotton layer are both durable and soft, fine-tuning the comfort of the mattress and extending its comfort life.
The comfort layers are topped by a thick Belgian damask quilt that has an extra-tight weave to prevent skin cells, dust mites, and other contaminants from penetrating the mattress. This ensures the internal components remain clean, preventing degradation while also reducing allergens in the sleeping environment.
All Vispring bespoke mattresses are covered by a 30-year warranty [pdf] and comfort guarantee.
Vispring mattresses are sold both in stores and online. They’re built exclusively in England and are then imported into the United States in very durable crates. Delivery to your home will be done by professional delivery teams. In-home delivery and set-up are free, and so is the removal of your old mattress.
Vispring's story begins in 1899 with British engineer, James Marshall. When his wife was taken ill in Canada, James hand-made her a supportive mattress with coiled springs wrapped in muslin. It was a revelation in comfort. But it wasn’t until 1901 that the revolutionary design came to Britain. Brought over by John Nolon and Frederick James, the pair decided to produce the mattress commercially and incorporated the Marshall Sanitary Mattress Company in 1901.
In 1911, ocean liners were the way to travel. And it was here that Vispring (as they were now known) found their first major orders. The bespoke comfort of a Vispring mattress fit perfectly in the opulent cabins and suites of the world’s finest ships like the Titanic and Olympic. As the years went by, Vispring’s expert bedmakers started to experiment with new mattress fillings. They introduced more natural materials like horsehair, pure cotton, and Shetland wool, as well as luxury finishes like silk and cashmere. In 1932, Vispring also created the world’s first pocket-sprung divan – which is known as the ultimate sleeping experience.
After decades of innovation and countless bespoke mattresses, Vispring was given the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in 2012. The award honors any business that has excelled in the fields of international trade, innovation or sustainable development. Today, Vispring beds are found in 50 countries and stocked by over 500 stores. The perfect night’s sleep is available to more people than ever before.
The Vispring brand represents the finest in high-quality luxury bedding. With outstanding refinements, the Classic collection is a great example of the high-end luxury in bedding today. Each mattress is assembled by hand by Master Bedcraftspeople in England. Their attention to detail, design and luxury are unparalleled in modern bedding.
Each mattress features long-strand horsetail blended with British fleece wool. These all-natural materials are included for more than just comfort. They are also really good at regulating your temperature for a cooler night's sleep. Combine these materials with vanadium steel coils that are tailored to your comfort preference. That's one of the greatest luxury features that Vispring offers. The ability to select from a variety of coil tension to give you the exact comfort type that helps you sleep better.
The Classic collection of beds is a more affordable option if you want a Vispring but don't want to spring for the top-end models. They're packed with greater amounts of comfort materials than the Original collection but are less expensive than the Luxes. Any one of the three models would be a great choice for a new Vispring mattress.
Dave has worked in the furniture business, focusing on mattresses, for several years. His focus on mattress industry trends and developments has led to a deeper understanding of how people sleep and how they perceive comfort.