The perfect furniture for your home is priceless. It’s priceless because it makes you feel like you live on the best place on earth. Today we present you the most expensive furniture pieces in the world, most of them suggested by Times Magazine. Check them out and get inspired to improve (even further) your luxury home!
A bed made of cashmere, flax, horsehair, lamb’s wool and silk would. The bed was created by Hastens, a Swedish company.
Archeo Copper Bathtub
Bathe in style with this solid copper tub with fluted faucet and hand held shower unit. It measures over five feet long and two and a half feet wide. It can fill up to 270 liters of water. Buildt by the same hands that restored the torch of the Statue of Liberty.
Plumebanche Diamond Encrusted Sofa
Plumeblanche made only 50 of this sofa. It is made of solid mahogany, upholstered with leather and features a glossy lacquer finish. The sofa is shaped like and encrusted with diamonds.
Parnian is an Arizona-based company that can create customized desks. The desk is made of six kinds of exotic wood, including Carpathian elm and ebony. A customized glass will top it off.
Solid Gold Stool
Price: $1.3 million
It’s hard to classify this piece: it can be furniture or jewelry: a stool made of 110 pounds of solid gold!
Pininfarina’s Aresline Xten Office Chair
Price: $1.5 million
What happens when you commission a firm responsible for the design of some of the luxury cars churned out by Cadillac and Ferrari to plan and create an office chair? The result is a chair fitted with all the luxury you could think of. Both the back and the chair can be tilted individually because of its Dynamic Synchronized Tilting System. The cushion will conform to the shape of the user because of its Technogel design. The fabric is also durable, because it is made of Dynatec.
Ruijssenaars Magnetic Floating Bed
Price: $1.6 million
Yes, this is a bed that seemingly floats in the air. The architect Janjaap Ruijssenaar collaborated with Bakker Magnetics and they took six years to develop the technology needed to pull off the design of the floating bed. Making use of permanent and opposing magnets of industrial strength, the bed is allowed to float 40 centimeters above the floor, while holding up to 900 kilograms of weight. The result is a visually appealing furniture for the bedroom.
The Tufft Table
Price: $4.6 million
Richard Edwards ordered this table from Thomas Tufft in the 1700s, in New Jersey. The entire table was carved by hand, and features pierced fretwork. The table’s long legs have thin ankles and highly detailed ball-and-claw feet. The descendants of Edwards eventually sold the Tufft Table to an architect based in Philadelphia named Samuel Harrison Gardiner.
The Dragons Chair
Price: $27.8 million
The chair’s design is a masterpiece from the Irish designer Eileen Gray, who created it from 1917 to 1919. It was then put up for auction at Christie’s auction house, where it was expected to fetch an astronomical price of between $2 million to 3 million. Apparently, some art dealer from Paris thought the price was not high enough, and ended up bidding ten times that amount. The Dragons Chair was then passed on to Yves Saint Laurent.
Price: $36,7 million
When the 18th century Florentine ebony chest inlaid with amethyst quartz, agate, lapis lazuli and other stones sold for $36 million at a 2004 Christie’s auction, it broke its own record as the most expensive piece of furniture sold at auction.