Bread Beds Let You Sleep in the Warmth of a Loaf

Have you ever wanted to crawl inside a warm, freshly-baked loaf of bread and go to sleep? In what is perhaps the greatest thing since sliced bread, Japanese sofa and chair manufacturer Cellutane produces a line of bread-inspired beds that practically guarantee sweet dreams for anyone with a profound passion for pan (that’s Japanese for bread).

The pan bread sofa bed, as it’s called, are hand made in Japan with an emphasis on comfort and quality. The bready softness comes from its memory foam, which is finished in 3 different colors to achieve the look of white bread. However, when unfolded as a bed it’s 167 cm long so anyone over 5 ft 4 in is going to have their legs hanging over the edge. It’s available on Rakuten for 15,800 yen ($145).

Although it never got the green light, on social media the company recently shared images of this conceptual baby bed from several years ago also modeled after a loaf. The company, clearly, was ahead of its time.

1 Comment

  1. I’m all for creativity and fun but I think few people I know have had much of a desire to sleep in a loaf of bread, and the end result of this product doesn’t look particularly appealing.
    Kids might enjoy it though. Can think of other foods that would be more colourful or effective as a design idea for beds though.

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