Rotating bed becomes reality at a
USD 470,000 price tag
When technology and the bedroom meet, the end creation is a rotating bed.
Nicknamed the ‘Three Sixty,’ this rotating bed by English Savoir, can be controlled and rotated 360 degrees with just a quick touch on a smartphone.
This rotating bed was produced from 300 hours of skilled labor, from the making of the mattress to the construction of the curved headboard and frames. Savoir teamed up with world’s foremost turntable maker, Bumat, which produces the turntables for the Geneva Motor Show, for the seamlessly rotating platform that supports the bed.
Cotton velvet was used in the headboard and an exclusive topper made from the fibers of a Mongolian yak were sourced from Dedar. Savoir embedded reading lights and USB outlets to the bed to give the owners their utmost convenience. The bed was paired with additional sheet sets made with premium Egyptian cotton.
Savoir reveals that their legendary design sprang from a custom request last year, “when a chateau owner couldn’t decide if they wanted their bed to face the window or the fireplace.”
Savoir traces its roots back to London‘s Savoy Hotel, whose founder, a theater impresario, hotelier and traveler, Richard D’Oyly Carte, found that when no beds matched his standards, decided to make his own. Savoir beds begin from USD 10,000, which can include bespoke designs: headboards made from horsehair to vegan leather alternatives. Each bed takes at least 10 hours in the making. And no more than 1,000 beds are made each year.
The ‘Three Sixty’ is one that combines aesthetics, ultra-luxury and technology. Would you be willing to pay half a million dollars on this rotating bed?
Source: Trend Talker