|Type||Privately held company|
|Headquarters||Ernesettle Lane, Plymouth, United Kingdom|
|Key people||James Marshall,
Vi-Spring is a bed company founded in 1901 in Plymouth, in the South West of England, marketing beds made of natural materials. Part of Vi-Spring's notability comes from being the first bed makers to use the Marshall pocketed spring coil. By 1914 these beds were found in luxurious hotels, clubs and ocean liners, including The Queen Mary & The Titanic.
Vi-Spring beds are handmade using natural materials such as wool, cotton, horsehair, coir, silk, cashmere, mohair and alpaca fleece rather than synthetic materials and foam. The “VI” in Vi-Spring stands for the Roman numeral 6. This represents the six turns to each coil which has been their trademark. The coils are made with Vanadium Steel Wire, which acts to improve spring resilience properties and creates more consistent springing that may be less likely to suffer height loss with use.