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How Could You Be Angry in This Giant Birds’ Nest Bed?

by Hazel Chua
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I was staring outside my window, being bored and all kinds of lazy, when I noticed a soon-to-be-mama bird in the middle of building her nest. There was just something about how carefully she aligned the bits of leaves and twigs that got me thinking about what it might feel like to sleep in one. (Weird thoughts, I know, but yes, I was that bored.)

Apparently, I don’t have to wonder too much anymore because someone out there just made a giant-sized nest bed that’s lined with all sorts of comfortable and cushy materials. This obviously doesn’t feel like a real bird’s nest would, but I’d pick this version any day.

Giant Birds Nest

These giant bird’s nest beds were made by the O*GE Creative Group as a prototype for a new and inspiring socializing space. I think they succeeded in doing just that with this project. You might take a nap instead of socializing from the way these look, though.

Giant Birds Nest

You’re in luck if you want to get one for yourself, because O*GE is producing them on demand in three different sizes. You can check out their site for more details and contact information.

[via Fancy via Gizmodo]



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