Though a luxury item typically involves some level of comfort or appointment that a standard version does not, there are many that exist solely because they can and to be a status symbol in the society of billionaires. One of them certainly is this 24-carat gold plated baby crib created by Polish designers Marta Buzalska and Darius Panczyk.
In addition to the gold plated exterior, this world’s most luxurious baby bed also has an interior made with the same leather as the seats in Maseratis, which is then studded with Swarovski crystals.
And to be even more ironic, Marta and Darius said “the baby bed has been designed to mimic the feel of being in the womb, while offering parents a chic, high-end piece of furniture to add to their home.”
Called Luulu bed, this crib took 200,000 man hours to make, which is a bit hard to believe because that’s the equivalent of 68 years of 8 hour work days.
However, the peak of the story is the fact that there’s actually a waiting list for parents eager to get their hands on one despite its price of a whopping AED222,000 ($60,000).
Consoling offer, the crib is also available in black and white models for only $5,700 in case you’re a peasant.