At some point you might decide there will be no more simply making do when it comes to your bed – after all, you have your suits tailored, so why not your mattress? The 105-year-old wares made by Savoir Beds
are where you should turn. At its inception, Savoir made beds so well that its Number 2 bed earned the moniker "The Savoy," and then in 1937 the actual Savoy Hotel bought the company, holding on to it until 1997.
Having supplied bedding to the world's premium hotels, Savoir knows how to make a bed that can survive the kind of punishment you don't even want to dream of. Everything is done by hand, including the starlashing of the springs in the "sprung base" for "independent vertical adjustment," (remember, these are bed springs we're talking about), and each mattress is made by hand by one person. Materials are, of course, all natural: wool, cotton, horse hair, wood.
There are four options, one of them being round, all of them numerically denoted, and they are crafted for you after the tailors at Savoir have taken your measurements. The company also manufactures a range of frames, valances, and storage options. Take a Savoir home, and the next time you want to 'sleep in your own bed' you'll be able to do it in some of the best hotels in the world.
Prices range from $8,250 to $39,750 for a complete Queen Bed Set and $10,450 to $49,750 for a complete King Bed Set. Each set includes a base, mattress and topper.