Somehow, Fable Bedworks has tapped into our collective dreams here at Nerdist and designed the bed we all wish we could afford/still fit in. Feast your eyes upon The Deepspace Defender.
This space-centric pull-down Murphy bed (insert Interstellar ‘Murph’ comment here) is clearly perfect for any space crazed kid’s room but if we’re being completely honest it would also look quite fetching in the small Chicago apartment of a certain Nerdist writer. Decked-out with shelves inside the booster rockets and a control panel to change the LED lighting, this bed is sure to involve some serious interplanetary fun even when not dreaming you’re an astronaut.
At an astonishingly high and near-NASA-like budget price point of $14,300.00, it would almost seem worth it to hold off, get your kids a normal bed and put that money toward a Virgin Galactic space flight for realsies.
Check out the rest of the theme beds made by Fable Bedworks here and start to wish you were 4 feet tall again. We can’t decide which would be cooler– living a Game Of Thrones life (sans the Lannister incest) with their castle drawbridge style Dragonslayer and Penny’s Palace or reenact City Slickers I and II in their Ol’ West Chuckwagon. Considerably cheaper at a mere $7300.00 we still think the money might be better spent hiring Jon Lovitz and Daniel Stern to reprise their roles and then do the reenactment all make believe without the bed itself.
Do you want to be a part of my City Slickers re-imagining? We’re still looking for a Curly/Duke. Uhh, I mean, what’s your dream bed set theme? Are there pull down bed themes that should exist? Let us know in the comments.