Having expensive furniture is too much of a luxury for most people. Most of us can only dream about it, but for the rich and famous this, most likely, are everyday purchases. Here are 5 expensive pieces of furniture, not the most expensive, but they probably worth more then your car…or mine, and as a bonus also the most expensive single piece of furniture ever sold
Armadi Art Diamond Collection With Swarovski Crystals from Topex is definitely part of our list, as this Italian made, single vanity set will cost you $18,611 if you decide to redecorate your bathroom with one.
Next in our list is the bedroom Hercules Cabinet,made in walnut and featuring 2 doors and gold plated hidden drawers, the Hecules Cabinet from Macral Design will set you back only $22,117
With the style of a precious jewel, the new Diamond sideboard, colored in green emerald, will make a splash in interior design as it is one of the hottest color trends. This opulent object of desire features two highly sculptured doors leading to a gold leaf interior with shelving and two drawers. Inspired by Gothic furniture of the Romantic period. Want one of these for your living area? Then make sure you have $32,076 in your pocket, and hurry up, as this is the SALE price
A fresh contemporary console and a shimmering statement from Boca do Lobo. This fresh contemporary dining table represents the materialization of luck and fortune, and is a symbol of pure luxury. Just a few pieces are available and the selling price for this gold-ish Fortuna dining table is $66,060
Don’t worry we haven’t forgot of the most important piece of furniture that was ever invented, just decided to leave it at the end! So, how would you sleep in this all transparent bed, that’s actually the cheapest product on our list? Shahrooz proudly manufactures a complete line of fine acrylic home furnishings. Their workmanship is truly an art, as you can clearly see in the example above. The $11,588.40 Sylvana Poster Bed, is a bed made for Hollywood: Glamorous and chic.
What’s this, you may ask? This is the bonus I was telling you about
An item like this really ties the room together — with money. When the 18th century Florentine ebony chest inlaid with amethyst quartz, agate, lapis lazuli and other stones sold for $36 million at a 2004 Christie’s auction, it broke its own record as the most expensive piece of furniture sold at auction. The Badminton Cabinet, so named because it remained in Badminton, England, for over two centuries, had set the previous record in 1990 when Christie’s sold it to billionaire Barbara Piasecka Johnson (of the Johnson & Johnson fortune) for $16.59 million.