Home Furniture Toronto: A $210,000 Bed?!

Home Furniture Toronto: A $210,000 Bed?!

Our home furniture Toronto selection is carefully chosen to appeal to a wide variety of tastes and budgets.  With styles ranging from classic to contemporary, we’ve got all your home furniture in Toronto needs covered.

Furniture is our passion, and we spend a lot of time keeping abreast of industry news.  From time to time, we’ll come across something that is so exciting it’s worthy of sharing with you all.  Count this as one of those experiences:

Parnian Furniture, a Scottsdale, Arizona-based contemporary furniture designer and manufacturer, has designed and released a bed for the ages.  Starting at US$38,000, the bed comes with options that can increase the price to as high as US$210,000.  (Yes, that’s supposed to be a comma, not a decimal!)

Of course, with a price tag like that, you’d expect the bed from Parnian to come with quite a few features.  And boy, does it.  The fully loaded version of this veritable space-age sleep station features a built-in iPad holder, television and computer monitors that can pop up and swivel around, various hidden compartments, LED touch lights, backlights, attached nightstands, and charging stations.  Oh, and there’s a bevy of gold and stainless steel detailing in there, to boot.

Other finishing touches:  ebony, sapele and maple woods, a staggeringly intricate sunburst inlay for the headboard.  Should you be on the market for this bed, know that mattress options include wool, cotton, latex, and (of course) horsehair.

We first came across the bed at while perusing Furniture Today, a useful furniture industry magazine.  You can see it on the slideshow on the Parnian homepage.  Needless to say, the bed looks positively stunning.  We don’t happen to have an extra US$210,000 laying around, but we can’t help but wonder: Do we need a license to take that thing out on a test drive?  And if not, may we conk out on that thing for a few hours?

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By | 2010-11-24T18:10:48+00:00 November 24th, 2010|