A good night’s sleep could cost $44,000 from Kluft

Andrea Divirgilio / June 16, 2010

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We can never really put a price tag on a good night’s sleep. Earlier, we have introduced you to some of the most high-tech luxury beds and mattresses that ask for some huge bucks in exchange for a blissful sleep. This time, we have the luxury mattresses from the house of E.S. Kluft & Co. that take the concept of luxury sleeping to a whole new level. Lately, the company introduced the ultra-luxurious “The Beyond Luxury Sublime” mattress. At $44,000 for a king set, it’s the most expensive American-made mattress available on the shelves today. The limited edition, made-to-order mattress is handmade by skilled artisans, using the finest materials like cashmere, silk, exotic wools, horsehair, certified organic cotton and Talaly latex.

While the materials like natural latex foam and certified organic cotton reduce motion transfer and offer cooling, the layer of horsehair makes for resiliency. The “tissue pick” motif on the mattress, which radiates royalty, is made illustrious by a Wedgwood blue medallion placed on the sleep surface. The Beyond Luxury Sublime merges high-end craftsmanship with the finest materials and most refined techniques. Only 100 examples of the deluxe bedding will be put into production.

Another highlight from the company’s collection is the hand-tailored king mattress dubbed “Beyond Luxury Palais Royale” that retails for about $33,000. Kluft introduced the Palais Royale mattress in 2008, which has sold around 100 units so far.

Earl Kluft, chief executive of E.S. Kluft, says…

There are a handful of luxury mattresses all coming from Europe. A growing number of affluent customers would prefer to buy sleep products in America made by American craftsmen. As the luxury market begins to come back, an increasing number of consumers are willing to pay more for a better sleep experience

We really want the consumer to get a better night’s sleep.

A better night’s sleep really costs a lot. So, how much you think you can afford to pay for a good night’s sleep?

Via: WSJ/Bedroom-Mag

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