Savoir Beds gives turntable technology a spin 

A perfect slumber awaits in the British maker’s latest bed, The Three Sixty 

Savoir Beds The Three Sixty rotating bed, from £250,000
Savoir Beds The Three Sixty rotating bed, from £250,000

The secret to a good night’s sleep is one of life’s most enduring mysteries. Some choose to ban phones and tablets in the boudoir, others avoid caffeine – but for those who prefer a more luxurious solution, a 360-degree spin might just do the trick. Cue The Three Sixty, a new release from British maker Savoir Beds.

Both the leather and grain of The Three Sixty’s frame can be specified
Both the leather and grain of The Three Sixty’s frame can be specified

Savoir has been crafting the perfect slumber for more than 100 years and its latest offering is the result of a design team who have considered every past project in its development. At the heart of the creation is the Savoir No 1, a bed set that showcases the finest examples of bespoke bed-making, from hand-tied springs and precision tufting to a soft-as-cashmere HKy topper made from Mongolian yak hair. 

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Sleepers will be cocooned by the curved exterior of The Three Sixty, which is upholstered in soft leather, its arched interior clad in Italian Dedar 100 per cent cotton velvet. Both the leather and grain of the bird’s-eye maple frame may be specified to myriad choices, and owners can select their preferred view via an app that prompts the frame – which utilises mechanics from one of the world’s leading creators of bespoke turntable technology – to rotate 360 degrees.

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With a full 300 craft hours behind each bed, this new release is Savoir’s most considered design yet; and as beds aren’t just for sleeping, the frame also features specially designed reading lights, along with power and USB outlets. The Three Sixty will be available exclusively in Harrods from June 4, with a full bed set starting from £250,000.  

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