In 1947, Joe M Galea, a co-founder of Form, set up a bedding business, importing the revolutionary Dunlopillo latex foam mattresses and pillows. Since then and to date, the brand and bedding have remained one of the core products of Form.

Today, Form is a leading supplier of a varied bedding range that has been built on the pillars of soul, experience, flexibility and innovation.

Form has a passion for bedding, which it has built over years of experience and satisfaction. This passion has given Form knowledge of the preferences, perceptions and expectations on which to build an exceptional product range.

Form’s bedding collection is one of the most extensive and includes different mattress fillings that are kept separate or used in combination to the best effect. This enhances the sleeping experience in terms of the required body support, luxury feel and health benefits especially to those suffering from back pain, stress, pressure, allergies and respiratory ailments.

Form has always been at the forefront in introducing groundbreaking bedding products. It was first to introduce Dunlopillo latex foam mattresses and pillows in the late 1940s, at a time when the alternatives were kapok and grass mattresses or primitive handcrafted spring units. Form also introduced Dunlop polyurethane foams in the late 1950s and Scandinavian type curved slatted bases in the late 1960s.

Form was also first in Malta with pincore talalay latex introduced by Dunlopillo, which improved the ventilation system in latex and enhanced its elasticity. Form was also a pioneer in introducing motorised adjustable bed bases in the early 1970s, as well as pocket spring mattresses that provide ergonomic support and independent sleep, similar to what latex foam provides. Form was also first with the latest generation of coolant foams with Ikool, the innovative gel infused memory foam that combines stress and pressure relief and provides a fresh and cool sleep thanks to its revolutionary open cell system. Ikool is available in combination with latex foam or pocket spring core.

Today, Form continues to dedicate time and resources to providing the best solutions and alternatives that best suit customers’ requirements. Form uses its know-how and experience to provide the most advanced sleep systems available worldwide and is quick to adapt its product range to incorporate new products.

Form boasts an extensive mattress range based on a choice of two support systems, pocket springs and latex foam, with the possibility of a combination with other specialised materials such as the new generation foam Ikool, a gel infused memory foam that is considered to be 12 times cooler than any other bedding material. Mattresses can be ordered in customers’ own size

The pillow range includes the world’s bestselling Dunlopillo Queen pillow, luxury Daunenstep down pillows, memory foam pillows and new generation coolant gel treated fibre pillows.

Form also manufactures a range of divan beds incorporating slatted systems that can support even persons with a weight of 150kg. The range of beds includes storage options and motorised adjustable units. The divan beds and headboard selection includes standard design models as well as customer designed beds and designer beds from Natuzzi, Zalf, Jesse and others. Down duvets and fibre filled continental quilts are also available in most sizes and you can also find a wide selection of fine bedspreads and a super collection of luxury Natuzzi bed linen.

Form is always on the lookout for innovative products and ideas. The company’s latest focus is on cool sleep – Form has built a bedding collection that incorporates the latest products with cooling features.

Ikool foam is available in Breeze, Kool, Debonair and Celestial mattresses while microgel pillow fibres are treated with gel. Most of Form’s mattresses now have a tencel cover that dissipates body heat and enhances the quality of your sleep. Form’s new mattress protectors are also in tencel and are breathable yet impermeable.


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