The 10 Most Expensive Beds Money Can Buy

By on January 16, 2015

#3: Jado Steel Style Gold Bed ($676,550)

This absurdly ornate golden bed had been holding down the “most expensive bed in the world” title until recently, when it got bumped down to third.

However, that does not mean that the Jado Steel Style Gold Bed is any less ridiculous, or any less expensive.

It’s not hard to figure out why the Jado Steel Style Gold Bed costs more than half-a-million dollars; one look at the bed explains most of it. Your eyes do not deceive you – the Gold Bed is made almost entirely of solid gold and Swarovski crystal elements.

If you value showing off more than comfort, the Jado Steel Style Gold Bed is probably perfect for you. But hey, it does come with a wifi connection, a PlayStation, a DVD player, and a surround sound system, too.

Let’s be honest though, if you’re buying this bed, you’re buying this bed for one reason: ALL. GOLD. EVERYTHING.


#2: Janjaap Ruijssenaars’ Magnetic Floating Bed

Janjaap Ruijssenaars Floating Bed

via Ealuxe

This has to be my pick for the coolest bed on this list. Could you imagine going to bed every night suspended in mid-air? Sounds pretty awesome to me.

Architect Janjaap Ruijssenaars has made this incredible concept a reality with his line of magnetic, hovering beds, creating one of the most truly unique beds ever produced.

To engineer this feet, Ruijssenaars used several magnets that weigh about 1,500 lbs to provide the forcefield necessary to keep this superbed hovering above the ground.

One obvious concern was that the bed could float away or move off the forcefield if bumped, causing a sleeping person to fall to the ground. But worry not, Ruijssenaars addressed this concern by using subtle heavy-duty cables to keep the bed anchored.

If you want to sleep a little bit higher than the rest of us, it’ll cost you $1.6 million.

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