The 10 Most Expensive Beds Money Can Buy

By on January 16, 2015

#9: Starry Night Sleep Technology Bed ($50,000)

Also costing 50,000 big ones is the Starry Night Sleep Technology Bed, which is produced by Missouri-based Leggett & Platt.

The bed owes its name to the fact that there is a video projector installed at the top of the bed that will cover your bedroom in simulated stars.

The Starry Night comes with a laundry list of high tech features, including a built-in system to automatically regulate bed temperature, and a sensor that tracks body movements and reduces snoring with a vibration-detection system.

Other cool add-ons to this smart bed include a surround sound system with built-in subwoofers, internet connectivity, an iPod docking station, and a wireless remote which controls the native Microsoft Media Center.

And you thought Tempur Pedic mattresses were cool.


#8: Monarch V-Spring Bed ($50,000)

via Ealuxe

via Ealuxe

Instead of being tricked out with all sorts of high-tech, flashy features like the first two beds on this list, the Monarch V-Spring Bed is built with one goal in mind – the most ridiculously comfortable sleep you’ve ever had in your life.

This bed’s price tag has to do with the bed itself, not any extras or sexy bells and whistles. But what’s more important to a bed than how great you sleep in it?

If you value the best sleep of your life, night after night, the Monarch V-Spring Bed is probably for you.

With over 3,000 springs, and cloth made from some of the finest linens in the world, the Monarch is designed to provide the ultimate in comfort.

And the ultimate in comfort apparently costs about 50 grand.

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