For those really sweet dreams – Hastens has launched a luxury mattress that costs $400,000 and Drake was the first person to buy one

We’ve found just what it takes to experience the most luxurious sleep of our lives. A Hästens ‘Grand Vividus’ mattress! Yes, that’s right! The marquee’s newest $400,000 edition has been created in collaboration with designer Ferris Rafauli and is designed to take napping to a whole new level! The luxe bed is desired by many and is currently owned by Drake who was the first to buy it.

Requiring a full 600 hours of labor to assemble, each ‘Grand Vividus’ model is hand-stitched with high-quality materials including burnished leather, suede, and metal. It boasts a trunk-inspired base along with additional, nuanced layers of horsehair, wool, cotton, and flax, which allow the bed to conform to one’s body evenly and provide a sense of weightlessness. The premium bed is made to last for at least 50 years and is considered as the most luxurious of its kind.

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Commenting on it, Hästens CEO Jan Ryde in a statement said, “At Hästens, we always strive to create the best sleep and in collaboration with Ferris, we have been able to create a one-of-a-kind sleep experience that is exciting for us to share with our clients.” In addition to Drake (who showed off his plush purchase in a tour of his Toronto mansion for Architectural Digest), ten more wealthy aficionados have reserved the mattresses at Hästens Los Angeles and Hästens on Madison Avenue. Fancy buying the bed of your dreams?

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