For any one percenters who want to make their little angels feel as though they are part of an actual fairy tale or Disney flick, we have an answer. Portuguese luxury furnishings brand Circu has recently created an over-the-top line of “Magical Furniture” that they hope will have children begging to be sent to their rooms.
Take the Little Mermaid bed — featuring a clam shell frame and internal lighting for those wanting to forgo a nightlight — which is not so little in either size or price. The behemoth bed stands 6.5 feet tall and is priced at roughly $16,000.
Likewise the Fantasy Air Balloon is just as elaborate. At nearly ten-feet high, it is literally built for those with a castle. Although outlandish, it does have practical features such as drawers that can be used as storage, a lower half that is easily convertible to a sofa, and light and sound systems that are controlled by a mobile app. The attention to detail will floor you — the top parts are upholstered in synthetic fur, trimmed in wood with gold leaf details and its strings are all handmade. Surely, at nearly $29,000 it is a real bargain. For those interested in only the sofa portion, it can be purchased separately for $13,750.
Probably the most extraordinary of the offerings is the Bun Van, a nearly full-size re-creation of an actual motor vehicle. Not only does it act as a bed but the fantasy room contains several storage compartments, a TV, a secretary, sofa and even a mini-bar for little tykes wanting to kick back with a before-bed mocktail. While it doesn’t actually drive, at $43,000 it is actually more expensive than many actual vans available today!
Other items in the line feature a gold-plated toy box for a mere $4,200. And what better way to teach one’s brood how to up their selfie game than by equipping their room with a four-foot-tall, two-foot-wide Magical Mirror with a 19-inch TV inside it? Fairest of them all, indeed!
While Circu reports to LLNYC they have not yet sold any of their over-the-top Magical Furniture line furnishings to anyone in New York City, so far there have been sales in the U.S. in Louisiana and California. Globally 30 pieces have sold thus far.