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Students Design Giant Dog Beds But For Humans

Human dog beds are a piece of furniture we didn’t know we needed. After all, one must have looked at their dog’s bed and imagined sleeping in a bigger version. If only someone with entrepreneurial heart and vision would do something about it! Well, a couple of college students from Vancouver did! With the design in mind, Yuki Kinoshita and Noah Silverman created the company Plufl. This company deals in selling giant dog beds for people. The duo has been able to raise close to $300,000 on Kickstarter. If you pre-oder the beds are currently 20% off and selling for $399 USD. According to the official website, the 20-pound beds are made out of 4-inch-thick orthopedic memory foam mattresses and they are covered with faux fur. 

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Human Dog Beds To Be The Next Big Thing In Bedroom Essentials

With the dimensions of the human dog bed being over 5.5 feet in length and 3 feet in width, this should be comfortable for most individuals. The website reads, “Inspired by the classic dog bed, the Plufl is designed to alleviate stress and anxiety by providing a space where you can rest, recharge, and rejuvenate.” The design has been received well, with a TikTok video streaming around 9.5 million views. Most of the viewers commented that they couldn’t wait to get a hold of the beds. 

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According to a report published in the New York Post, the idea for human dog beds came from Lady, a Great Dane that Kinoshita and Silverman love. The beautiful dog repeatedly frequents their favorite coffee shop. And being around the huge dog gave them the idea of large beds. They wanted to transition from large dog beds to human-sized beds. However, that would essentially retain the nature of a dog bed. You can currently pre-oder a bed on their website.

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Check out more from them on their TikTok and Instagram.

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