Have you ever bitten into a delicious pastry that's so fluffy, you just wish you could lie down in a bed made from layers of the stuff? No? Er, maybe that's just us. Well, regardless if you share this baked goods fantasy, you'll love these "bread beds," a hot new bedding trend that's blowing up in Japan.
Available on Japanese website Felissimo for approximately $170 each, you can buy a pillow in the shape of a piece of toast, snooze inside a croissant sleeping bag or tuck into a doughnut. Gamer website Kotaku translated the names of these treat-shaped housewares, and they literally mean things like "flop down in a chocolate nap." Don't mind if we do.
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