Sleeping well is the basis for having a good day the next day. But if you have to sleep on a mattress that costs $ 390,000 the least we hope for Drake is that he’s not only in a good mood the next morninh, but forever. But how come your mattress costs so much?
Earlier this month, Drake’s 50,000-square-foot house in Toronto appeared on the cover of Architectural Digest. Soon in the article it was discovered that the highlight of the residence was not the Bösendorfer grand piano that was customized by the artist Takashi Murakami, nor the installation of 20,000-piece Swarovski crystal lighting, nor the two floors full of Hermès Birkin bags that is waiting for “Drake’s woman.” all with his mattress.
A half-ton handmade item with shagreen leather corners, golden brass details and with horsehair, is well worth $ 390,000. So the name “Grand Vividus” was born from the collaboration just started between the luxury Swedish mattress manufacturer Hästens and the artist and designer Ferris Rafauli. It seems slightly inaccurate to refer to the Grand Vividus as a “mattress”, it is basically a museum piece on which to have the privilege of sleeping.
“In Sweden, sleeping isn’t just about sleeping, it’s about self-care,” said Linus Adolfsson, who runs the Hästens Sleep Spa and the three Hästens stores in Los Angeles. “Your mattress should be the most important piece of furniture in your home. In Sweden, if your sofa costs more than your mattress, people won’t understand. We have a completely different attitude towards sleep.”
A rapper who is worth over $ 150 million dollars should have a professional recording studio, a marble and gold bathtub, but after he new private jet customized by Virgil Abloh , he has a $ 390,000 mattress… Judge for yourself.
Latest news: The rapper is currently the first person in the world to have purchased the Grand Vividus.