The '747 Jet Liner Bed' Scores High Points in Recycling

By: Alexandra Choli - Published: Mar 12, 2009 • References: motoart & bornrich.org
The new high-flyer in recycled furniture is the 747 Jet Liner Bed, a stunning airplane turbine makeover by MotoArt. A 60’s inspiration, the round bed flows out of an authentic 747 engine nacelle cowling, and features a 84" diameter mattress and box spring for a perfect fit.

The dashing turbine headboard is complete with acrylic automotive paint and mirror-polished leading nose ring for silky arm resting. It also features transparent green Plexiglas end caps, allowing for a sizzling view into the structure of this powerful recycled airplane part.

Round beds are making their comeback and MotoArt is pitching sky high with their 747 Jet Liner model. And although it sure seems comfy, sleep is hardly what this sexy piece of furniture inspires. Stats for Vintage Turbine Furniture Trending: Older & Chilly
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