Getting the recommended eight hours of sleep every night means you'll spend at least a third of your life in bed. So if you're going to splurge on a piece of furniture, it might as well be a bed that constantly adjusts its comfort to match your sleeping position and warms your feet so you can fall asleep faster at night.
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There's nothing quite as comfortable as wearing a sweater knit by a grandparent, right? That's why Nike started using digital knitting machines to create its colourful Flyknit sneakers back in 2012, and why IKEA has now adopted the same technology to create a pair of chairs designed to pamper your posterior.
Sitting in the captain's chair on the bridge of the USS Enterprise must certainly give you a feeling of power and authority. But comfort? Captain Kirk's Starfleet throne never actually looked that comfortable, which is why we'd prefer boldly going where no one has gone before in this bean bag captain's chair instead.
In the last few years, IKEA has shrugged off its false perception of a purveyor of cheap furniture and started selling some truly stunning stuff. For 2017, the Swedish flatpack furniture maker mixes classic and modern designs. But for every good-looking piece, there's a terrible one that some poor college student is going to get tricked into buying.
Tom Spina Designs is back with another custom Star Wars-inspired coffee table. The studio's previous efforts recreated The Empire Strikes Back's Wampa Ice Cave, but its latest creation is a little more gruesome, putting The Return of the Jedi's Sarlacc Pit in your living room — complete with a barely alive Boba Fett trying to crawl out.
Lots of kids dream about drifting off to sleep in a racecar bed every night, but as you get older, privacy and relaxation are much higher priorities. It doesn't mean you have to eventually switch to a boring four-poster, though — not when a Portugal-based company called Circu makes a bed that lets you sleep in a kombi every night.