Kimye splash out on limited-edition beds made to celebrate queen's Diamond Jubilee

Kimye splash out on limited-edition beds made to celebrate queen's Diamond Jubilee

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are reportedly spending $1.154m on six luxury beds.

The pair, who are renovating their $11m Los Angeles mansion following the arrival of their baby daughter North, have enlisted the services of the same company which supplies beds for the five-star, luxury hotel The Savoy in London.

The Savoir Royal State Beds, which are created from a combination of cashmere, carded Virgin lambs' wool and Mongolian horse hair laid over hand tied springs, cost over $192,000 each and provide the utmost comfort for sleepers.

Alistair Hughes, managing director of Savoir Beds, told the MailOnline: "As a rule we never discuss clients' particular orders. Suffice to say, with a bed like this Kim and Kanye will have little excuse to leave their bedroom."

There are only 60 of the limited-edition luxury beds available which have been created in honour of Queen Elizabeth's Diamond Jubilee, with the design based on what was used by royalty in the 17th and 18th century.

The bed, the headboard and the canopy are all covered in the same gold silk used to create authentic Hermes ties.

Other celebrities who are enjoying the comfort of these beds include Madonna, Kylie Minogue, Elton John and Oprah Winfrey.

More in this Section

Ciara discusses the challenges of being pregnant during lockdownCiara discusses the challenges of being pregnant during lockdown

Dean Cain claims ‘cancel culture’ would have censored his Superman catchphraseDean Cain claims ‘cancel culture’ would have censored his Superman catchphrase

Cork Jazz Festival cancelled due to Covid-19Cork Jazz Festival cancelled due to Covid-19

Raunchy period drama Harlots to air on BBC TwoRaunchy period drama Harlots to air on BBC Two


Lifestyle

Like it or not, video meetings are here to stay. Home editor Eve Kelliher gets an expert's secrets to preparing interiors for their close-up.How to ensure your home is always camera-ready in the Zoom era

Tougher plants, smaller plots and more communal spaces will grow in popularity, says Hannah Stephenson.What will gardens of the future look like?

Ciara McDonnell chats with four women who’ve decided to embrace their natural hair colour after time away from the salonBack to my roots: Four women who've decided to embrace their natural hair colour

Allowing your children to lead the way is the key to fun outdoor play, and there are many things you can build or buy to help them along, says Kya deLongchampsGarden adventures: Allowing your children to lead the way is the key to fun outdoor play

More From The Irish Examiner