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Hand Crafted Luxury Mattresses

Eastman House is celebrating its 150th Anniversary this year. Celebrating 150 years is a pretty significant event in itself, but it is truly an amazing feat to further acknowledge that Eastman House holds the distinctive title of being the oldest continuously operating mattress manufacturing company in the United States. Today, Eastman House is a cornerstone brand of North Brunswick, New Jersey-based Bedding Industries of America (BIA).
Steeped in a 150-year tradition of manufacturing the finest handcrafted mattresses, Eastman House mattress collections at Sleepworks include the Eastman House Latex collection and specialty eco-friendly foam collections, which feature memory foam and gel. The brand also offers The Heritage Collection with coil-on-coil sleep technology and the two-sided Traditions line-up. Fulfilling many decades in pursuit of excellence, Eastman House mattresses are constructed with the finest materials including natural latex, CertiPUR-US foams, Joma Wool, Pima Cotton, and luxurious imported fabrics. The company’s English Hand-Tufted Collection fuses traditional hand-craftsmanship with high-end materials and advanced patented technologies to offer unsurpassed sleep comfort. In addition to high-quality wool and silk components, this luxury line-up is made with handcrafted lace tack tufting. This traditional process not only lends the collection an opulent look, but it also enhances the longevity of the mattress by securing the mattresses’ many layers in place. “In terms of workmanship, quality, and materials, this collection is unparalleled in today’s marketplace.” This Sleepworks line-up has been extremely well received we are proud to report that all Eastman House products are “Made in America.

In 1953, Eastman House, known for its industry-changing innovations, invented the coil-on-coil, 25-slat boxspring. In 1984, Eastman House trademarked “America’s Best Mattress Warranty” Committed to building the highest-quality ultra-premium mattresses in the world under the Eastman House brand.
The Chittenden & Eastman Company has been handcrafting America’s finest sleep products since 1866. No mattress in the world rivals the comfort, support, and durability found in our flagship Eastman House line. Chittenden & Eastman sleep products maintain their superior comfort and support features night after night, week after week, and year after year.
That’s why Chittenden & Eastman proudly offers America’s Best Mattress Warranty!
History of Chittenden & Eastman Company
Based in Burlington, Iowa, Chittenden & Eastman Company is a leading U.S. mattress manufacturer. The company’s products are marketed under the name of its Eastman House division and include Chittenden & Eastman’s Individually Encased Coil Innerspring mattresses; Chiropractor’s Care Sleep System mattresses, which promote better spinal alignment through more equalized weight distribution; and the Renaissance Latex Foam Collection.
Chittenden & Eastman prides itself on being one of the world’s oldest continuously owned furniture companies. Indeed, the company dates back to 1866, when Andrew Johnson was president of the United States and the nation had scarcely entered the Reconstruction period following the Civil War. That year, a writer and politician named G.M. Todd and a dentist named H. Bailey formed H. Bailey & Co. Located in a three-story brick building on Burlington’s Washington Street, complete with a 20-foot storefront, the new company was devoted to furniture jobbing and retailing.
Prior to adopting the name Chittenden & Eastman, a number of ownership changes occurred. When Bailey went back to his dentistry practice, H. Bailey & Co. was re-named G.M. Todd & Co. Another name change happened in 1873 when the company assumed the name of Todd, Pollock & Granger. At this time the company erected the first part of a facility on Third Street, which it would continually expand to accommodate growth. Two years later, a traveling salesman named Henry W. Chittenden, a native of Keokuk, Iowa, joined the enterprise. Upon Todd’s retirement in 1877, Chittenden became a partner in the business, which was renamed Pollock, Granger & Chittenden.

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