The 10 Most Expensive Beds Money Can Buy

By on January 16, 2015

#7: Cosmovoide Bed ($60,000)

The Cosmovoide Bed looks like something that came straight out of the Jeffersons or Star Trek, but it is very much a presently available bed, not something off in the horizon of the distant future.

This out-of-this-world looking bed has several unique, hammock-like suspending springs – designed to give you extra comfort, seven multicolor LED lights, a  built-in telephone, and a DVD/home theater (with surround sound) built into the foot of the bed.

If you want to feel like you’re sleeping in a spaceship every night, the Cosmovoide can be yours for $60,000, plus optional, customizable add ons.

#6: Majesty VI-Spring Bed ($84,425)

Majesty VI-Spring Bed

via Ealuxe

So the Monarch V-Spring Bed is a study in luxury and comfort with 3,000 springs.

That’s nice and all, but the Majesty VI-Spring Bed packs in SIX thousand springs, making this bed even more comfortable – and $34,000 more expensive.

In addition to its absurd number of springs, this ultra-comfortable sleeping device is made of silk, cashmere, and cotton, materials that allow even more comfort as you lie down and sink into your six thousand springs of heaven.

What’s more, the Majesty VI-Spring Bed is lined with gold and silver, which may not enhance comfort, but certainly looks nice when you bring a girl home from the bar.

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