Drake’s mattress apparently costs $ 395,000.
Although he explained that this is because it is there that he will “decompress the world at the end of the night and where I open my eyes to capture the day”, he said that “the bed lets you float. ” Of course, given that the man has an NBA size basketball court, an Olympic size swimming pool and a museum at home, we can only imagine how much he spent on the hall.
Apparently, the bed itself costs $ 395,000, according to Complex, which recently interviewed Linus Adolfsson, owner of Hastens Los Angeles. Hastens is a luxury bed company and each bed is essentially a lifetime investment that lasts 50 to 100 years. The beds are also made from natural materials such as horsehair, wool, cotton and linen. Drake’s bed was officially made Grand Vividus and was made in collaboration with Ferris Rafauli who built Drake’s house.
“So the relationship was actually with its designer, with an incredible designer Ferris Rafauli. He has used Hastens beds for all of his projects in the past 10 years. He is known for all his luxury design. He was the one who, with Hastens, created this specific masterpiece called the Great Vividus, “he said.
The bed comes with everything that accompanies a Hastens mattress. However, there have been 600 hours of work in the mattress, which weighs almost half a ton. On top of that, Drake personalized it with leather details that pay homage to the Hastens heritage as saddlers such as straps and gold “that somehow resembles the bits for what you have in the horse’s mouth “.
“This is the first time that a mattress has truly become a design object,” he continues. “What design means is functional art. So seeing a mattress with just the most beautiful objects designed in the world, to be truly a masterpiece, will make this launch so crazy and so interesting … I believe that your mattress, which you only share with you- and that you absolutely love the people you love most in your life. Making this piece of furniture so beautiful changes the whole perception of the room. “