Why wool?

Very suitable as filling for your armchair. 

Wool has been used for centuries as a filling for your mattress and is therefore also suitable for your armchair. Wool springs along, which ensures a soft seat and is very strong, so that it lasts a lifetime with good care. In addition, it is moisture-regulating and keeps you cool in the summer and warm in the winter.

All natural

Wool is 100% natural material and it grows year-round. All our wool comes from Dutch sheep herds. Before we put it in our lounge chair it’s only been washed with a GOTS certified agent. 

Renewable, Biodegradable & Sustainable

Wool is a renewable material – once cut it grows back naturally. At the end of its life cycle, wool completely degrades in soil, releasing important nutrients into it.

Temperature Regulative

Wool keeps you cool in the summer & warm in the winter.

Extremely Breathable

Due to the unique structure of its fibres, wool is exceptionally breathable, providing unparalleled comfort.

Diminishes odor

Most synthetic fibers increase odor because they create a breeding ground for bacteria. Wool’s unique structure repels bacteria thus prevents build-up of odors. 

Moisture Regulative

Through its breathability and water wicking quality, wool regulates moisture.

Dust Mite Resistant

If there is one thing that dust mites just cannot stand, it is wool. Lanolin and the structure of the wool fibers repel them, thus making the wool filling naturally dust mite resistant.


Dust mites are the major cause of allergy and asthma suffering. Wool is resistant to dust mites and wool bedding makes a wonderful alternative to feathers and synthetics. Suitable for people with MCS and other chemical sensitivities

Super Durable

Wool’s durability and strength come from the fact that its fibres can be bent back on themselves 20,000 times before breaking. To put this into context cotton breaks after 3,200 bends and rayon fibres only last 75 times!

Mildew Resistant, Antimicrobial & Anti-bacterial

Wool fibers have a natural water-wicking property that prevents moisture from being retained in the fabric, naturally inhibiting mildew. Wool also has natural anti-microbial properties because bacteria tend to be attracted to smooth positively charged surfaces like those of synthetic fibres rather than the scaly, neutrally charged surface of the wool fibre.


The springy fibers of wool ensure that body weight is supported.

Flame Resistant

Wool is naturally flame resistant. Used in furniture items and bedding, it can provide a greater level of fire safety. Unlike nylon and polyester, wool does not flame or melt. It is the only bedding material, not required by law to be sprayed with fire retardants.