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Tuesday 24 May 2016

Kim Kardashian ‘snaps up royal beds’

Published 27/07/2013

Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have spent $1,154,000 on limited-edition beds for their sprawling estate in Bel Air.

The couple are gearing up to move into their luxury £7 million Bel Air mansion which has been extensively renovated.

Kim and Kanye's extravagant splurge on lavish furniture was revealed earlier this week, and now British newspaper the Daily Mail reports the high-profile pair have snapped up six special-edition £125,000 luxury Savoir Royal State Beds.

Kim and Kanye - who recently welcomed daughter North into the world - have reportedly enlisted the services of the company responsible for the beds at London’s exclusive The Savoy Hotel.

Alistair Hughes - the managing director of Savoir Beds - has gushed about the quality of the hand-made furniture.

"As a rule we never discuss clients’ particular orders. Suffice to say, with a bed like this Kim and Kanye will have little excuse to leave their bedroom," he smiled.

The pieces take hundreds of hours to create and are made from a "unique combination of cashmere, carded Virgin lamb’s wool and Mongolian horse hair laid over hand tied, star-lashed springs."

Kim and Kanye have snapped up six of the 60 beds that were made in honour of Britain's Queen Elizabeth's Diamond Jubilee.

Earlier this week it was reported the couple splashed out £500,000 on gold-plated toilets.

The stars have also spent an estimated £500,000 on Electrolux products for their kitchen and chosen a stunning Swarovski-encrusted fridge freezer.

“They expect the interior to cost twice as much as the property,” a source told British newspaper The Sun. “They’re spending more than a million on a security system alone.”

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