Starry Night Bed Takes Craftmatic Up a Notch
Leggett & Platt's plush piece tucks in an iPod dock, projector, heating, 1.5TB of storage, and more.
The Starry Night Bed combines an iPod dock, anti-snoring technology and a slew of other dreamy digital delights.
January 05, 2008 by Rachel Cericola

OK… I love referencing the Craftmatic. In my speech as well as in my dreams, I put this bed up on a pedestal for all other furniture pieces to admire—until now.
Leggett & Platt have come up with the Starry Night Sleep Technology Bed, which could make all other beds look and feel like you’re sleeping on a cardboard box.

It’s got this creepy thing where it watches your sleep, checks your breathing patterns and helps reduce your snoring during the night—possibly by smothering you slightly with a pillow. Seriously, who would know?

The cool factor, however, lies in its ability to heat or cool its separate sides from 68 to 117 degrees, the 2,500-watt surround sound system, an iPod dock, a 1080p LCD-based projector, a digital video recorder, and has 1.5TB of storage for 400,000 songs or 2,000 hours of video.

What does such a cushy night’s sleep cost? You’d better be a professional rapper, sports star or other very important person because to make every night a Starry Night could cost you anywhere between 20 and 50 grand.

Read the Entire Press Release Here.

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Rachel Cericola - Contributing Writer
Over the past 15 years, Rachel Cericola has covered entertainment, web and technology trends. Check her out at www.rachelcericola.com.

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