The “Toosie Slide” rapper recently gave fans and interior design enthusiasts an inside look at his 50,000-square-foot pad in an Architectural Digest cover story.
In addition to the many amenities Champagne Papi’s crib has to offer – including an NBA regulation-sized indoor court and a singing toilet – the monumental master suite is home to a custom bed worth almost $400,000.
“The bedroom is where I come to decompress from the world at the end of the night and where I open my eyes to seize the day,” Drake told the publication. “The bed lets you float…”
Drizzy’s rare mattress was created by fifth-generation, family-owned Swedish luxury bed maker Hästens. Dubbed “Grand Vividus,” the $395,000 bed is part of a collaboration with luxury designer Ferris Rafauli, the mastermind behind Drake’s Toronto home.
Each Hästens mattress is meticulously hand-crafted from natural material such as horse hair, wool, cotton, and flax, and is intended to last between 50-100 years.
According to Complex, Hästens will also send a team to a customer’s house three to five times a year to flip and massage the mattress for free. “Grand Vividus” weighs almost half a ton and took around 600 hours to make.
But is it comfortable?
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