Home Tech & Gear Boeing 747 Recycled Into Bed by MotoArt (Photos and Video)

Boeing 747 Recycled Into Bed by MotoArt (Photos and Video)

by Joseph
MotoArt Jumbo 747 Sleeper
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Usually the words “sleep” and “Boeing 747” conjure up images of a sleeping pilot and a crashed plane, but here’s a situation in which you can fall asleep behind the engine of a 747 and wake up feeling refreshed and relaxed. That’s because MotoArt takes old Boeing 747 engines and re-purposes them into king sized beds.

MotoArt specializes in giving old airplane parts the bedtime treatment, and the Jumbo 747 Sleeper is one of their most impressive products. The external shell of a Boeing 747 engine makes a shiny, unique, and luxurious bed frame, and running lights across the bottom make this a dream bed for aviation buffs.

To make a pricing inquiry on a MotoArt Jumbo 747 Sleeper, head to MotoArt’s website here. For a somewhat less expensive alternative, you can see some pictures of the bed in the gallery up at the top, as well as a video from MotoArt below.

Here’s the video, so buckle up and enjoy:

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