There's nothing like a good night's sleep, and we all do need that. Your body and mind needs its sleep in order to repair and rebuild. Your bed, and especially, more importantly, your mattress, is the primary medium for helping you to achieve a good night's sleep, and if it isn't a good one, it can not only prevent you from getting the rest you need, but it can also be the catalyst for causing an array of skeletal muscular problems.
Neck and back problems are one of the most common issues related to insufficient support in mattresses. Mattresses come in a wide variety of qualities and price ranges to match. There are a lot of people are willing to pay big bucks for a top-of-the-line mattress to get a good night's sleep.
For some, it can mean paying a $1,000 or more, and then there are some who will pay several thousands of dollars for the very best. Have you ever wondered just how high mattresses can go in price? You're not alone. There are several mattresses that can cost a small fortune, and we know which ones they are. Here are the most expensive mattresses in the entire world, and they are dreamy.
7. Royal Pedic - $3,000 - $9,000
Abe Kaplan is the founder of Royal Pedic, a high end mattress company that he started in Los Angeles, California in 1946. After learning the high end mattress business in London during the 1930's and 1940's, he head to American and found his niche in the market and began selling his exquisite and very expensive mattresses to some of the most notable actors and actresses, even presidents.
He owned the business with a partner until 1984 when it was purchased by the Kelemen family, who still operate the business today. They have continued on with the tradition of using only the finest materials and craftsmanship for each of their mattresses.
Over the years the company expanded their business to include newer materials and have a wider range of products to choose from, like, Latex mattresses, pillowtop, pillowtop pads, as well as a whole organic line of products. No matter what you choose from Royal Pedic, you are guaranteed that it is made entirely of cotton, it's been handcrafted, and hypoallergenic. You can expect to spend between $3,000 and $9,000 on a mattress from Royal Pedic, making the one of the most expensive mattresses available today.
6. Duxiana - $13,000
Duxiana focuses around getting their customers to sleep and keeping them asleep by helping them to get the best posture while they are in bed. One problem many people face when sleeping, is finding that they can't get comfortable because their spines get out of alignment, creating the perfect scenario for waking up with neck and backaches.
Your posture is as important asleep as it is, awake. Duxiana's mattresses are what they consider to be the "vehicle" for a better wellbeing. The Duxiana mattress is better for your posture in the way that it is designed to distribute your weight evenly so that your circulation works at its maximum.
And it also keeps your posture in the correct sleeping posture, all night long. When your spine is supported the way it should be, you can totally relax. Your spine should remain perpendicular to your hips and shoulders, which a Duxiana mattress does. Duxiana offers the DUX Bed, which is all about deep sleep.
Their sleep systems will let you get the rest and the relief you want, need, and deserve. If you think the DUX Bed could give you the best night's sleep, all you have to pay is $13,000, and for you, it might be worth the chunk of change.
5. Hypnos - $15,000
Hypnos is a British company that got its name from the Greek deity, Hypnos, and it is run by the fourth generation Keen family. They have been creating luxury mattresses for many years, perfecting the art of helping people get the best night's sleep by creating luxury pocket spring beds, all by hand.
They believe that everyone deserves the best night's sleep to help facilitate better dreams and a healthy life. The company uses traditional skill in combination with the ever-changing innovative technology and only thee finest materials to create the most comfortable mattresses.
As a matter-of-fact, Hypnos is very certain that they do have "the most comfortable beds in the world." Although it's hard to agree on that, one thing is certain, and that is that they are the most prestigious mattress company in the UK, and we know that because they have received the royal's stamp of approval on that. If you want a Hypnos mattress, you can expect that you'll be paying about $15,000 for one.
4. Vi Spring - $20,000
For over a century, since 1901, Vi Spring has been designing and constructing luxurious, high end, mattresses. They are a company that wants to make your bed to your specifications. They thrive on creating a better night's sleep for their customers. Vi works to find just the perfect combination of mattress spring size, resilience, and tension. Over the years, it is said that this company has perfected it.
The name derives from the Roman numeral 6 (VI). A mattress's optimum number of coils is six. This company has a high standard of making their mattresses by hand, and they only use the finest materials. Furthermore, they guarantee that their mattress will not only change your night's sleep, but it will change your life.
You will have to pay about $20,000 to sleep on a Vi Spring mattress, but if money is no object for you, it may be worth the extra money to get such a luxurious mattress.
3. Kluft - $30,000
Kluft has been a world-class leader in luxury mattresses for about the past decade. They thrive on perfection and use the latest, most innovative technology, the finest materials and excellent craftsmanship to create the some of the most luxurious and most comfortable mattresses in the world.
Each mattress is hand-stitched and the company holds some exclusive patents on their mattresses. The company designs some of the most beautiful and sought after mattresses. You'll pay about $30,000 to sleep on a Kluft. However, for the perfect night's sleep, many think it is worth the money.
2. Hastens - $67,000
Hastens is a Swedish-based mattress manufacturer that has over 150 years of experience in the mattress making business. Each mattress is hand crafted and each one takes about 150 to 160 hours to build.
Hastens uses all natural materials for their mattresses, such as cotton and horsehair. The company also uses unique techniques in their mattresses, such as the 10-turn pocket spring system. Each is hand-tied to the next using a durable yarn. Before the frame is even set into place, it is lined with Flax, and further still, Flax is put between the springs so that that when there is contact between the springs and the wood, there is no noise - no creaks are heard.
The outer layer of the mattress has a unique look, different than other mattresses. It is a blue and white checked cotton fabric. The craftsman double quilts the material ensuring no misshaping, puckering, or other issues.
Once the mattress is complete, the craftsman signs a brass plaque and attaches it to the bed. You'll need to shell out about $67,000, but the mattress will last a lifetime.
1. Floating Bed - $1.6M
Here you have the most exclusive, and the most expensive bed in the world. It is known as the floating bed, and it is not only just a bed, but it is regarded as a visual piece of art, and it was invented by a Dutch architect named Janjaap Ruijssenaars.
It will make you feel as if you are sleeping on a cloud. This alone will help you get a restful and peaceful sleep. The floating bed is said to be the most luxurious bed in the world. This is why it costs $1.6 million.
So what makes it float? The bed gives you the impression that it is floating, or levitating. However, it is really suspended by way of a magnet system. This allows it hover approximately 16 inches off the ground.
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