When you need to take a break from your budget-friendly DIY projects to think about your dream home, how far does your imagination spread? Do you have a Swarovski-studded toilet in your dream bathroom? A custom, stainless steel sofa in your living room? If you’ve ever wondered what the most expensive home products in the world are, you’re in luck. We’ve rounded up 13 of the most expensive and luxurious home products you can find anywhere.
The Most Expensive Bathroom Products
Le Grand Queen Bathtub
Created by CAIJOU and made entirely out of Caijou gemstones, which are reported to be one of the most powerful healing stones in the world, the Le Grand Queen bathtub is yours for the low, low cost of $1.7 million.
Whether you love bling, diamonds, or simply want to display your ridiculous level of wealth in the weirdest way possible, this Swarovski-studded toilet is perfect for you. You’ll feel like the richest person in your neighborhood with this $75,000 toilet.
If you ever feel like you never quite get clean enough in your standard shower, take a look at the SilverTag shower system. It has 18 computer-controlled shower heads and programmable “hydro experiences” based on your individual needs. This powerful shower isn’t cheap, however, with a price tag of $100,000.
Most Expensive Kitchen Products
Electrolux Grand Cuisine Range
When you love to cook, but can never quite recreate a restaurant meal on your standard range, take a look at the Grand Cuisine Range by Electrolux. The Grand Cuisine brings the tools of a professional chef to your kitchen including a combination oven, a blast chiller, and an induction zone. All of these features can be yours for about $103,000.
Pietra Firma Floor Tile
When you want the most expensive floor possible, turn to the Pietra Firma floor tile. These hand-crafted floor tiles use diamonds, abalone shell pieces, mother-of-pearl pieces, and black onyx pieces. These tiles cost $1 million for every 10 square feet.
Most Expensive Bedroom Products
Baldacchino Supreme Bed
The world’s most exclusive and luxurious bed was designed by Stuart Hughes and is made of 107 kilograms (approximately 236 pounds) of solid 24 carat gold. All of the decorations on the bed are handmade and can be completely customized according to your wishes. The Baldacchino Supreme bed is a stunning example of exclusive craftsmanship and is on sale for $6.3 million.
Silk Isfahan Rug
This rare and stunning Persian rug, named the Silk Isfahan, was created with master craftsmanship, using pure silk and having a high knot density. It was sold in 2008 for $44,450,000.
Suommo Solid Gold Limited Edition Bassinet
When you want to spoil your little prince or princess, you want to give them the best things money can buy. That includes this solid gold, limited edition bassinet by Suommo. It weighs approximately 414 pounds and is made of solid 24 carat gold. At a base price of $12.6 million, it’s the most expensive baby crib in the world, and for an additional cost, you can have it engraved with your baby’s name.
Most Expensive Living Room Products
Stainless Steel Sofa
Ron Arad’s stainless steel sofa is so unique that it was actually displayed in the Museum of Modern Art in New York for a time. A work of art as well as a practical sofa, this is a truly unique and masterful example of design, if not the most comfortable couch in the world. The stainless steel sofa can be yours for $300,000.
Stuart Hughes Rose Edition TV
Stuart Hughes gets a second spot in our list of the most expensive home products. This time for the most expensive TV. Made from diamonds, 18 carat rose gold, sunstone, and amethyst, this TV can be yours for $2.25 million.