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Well, maybe not just a little. According to luxury mattress and bedding retailers in Singapore, the world’s most fatigued nation (based on research by UK manufacturer Sleepseeker) has been placing a premium on a good night’s sleep during these pandemic times.
Kenny Tang, manager of Luxury Mattress Collection (LMC), which is the exclusive distributor for top international mattress brands Vispring, Auping and Treca, said that the store has seen an “exponential growth in sales and a high double-digit percentage growth from the second quarter of 2020 till now”.
“In the past, our customer base was diluted with walk-ins who were curious at first, but were eventually sold upon discovery. Customers are now more savvy, and with more free time on their hands at home ever since the pandemic began, they have become more conscious in wanting to upgrade their living spaces, starting with a comfortable bed at home,” Tang explained.
At Luxury Mattress Collection, starting prices for king-sized mattresses measuring 180 cm by 200 cm range from S$9,000 to S$109,000 for Vispring; S$34,000 for Treca; and S$15,000 for Auping.
The pieces are all handcrafted – some take as many as 200 hours – and customers can tailor the final product to their physical frames as well as preferred choice of springs, stuffing and fabric and the embroidery of initials on the mattress. Customers have placed orders for their yachts and homes, and not only bought for their family members, but also domestic helpers too, shared Tang.
Savoir Beds, which opened its first Southeast Asian boutique at Raffles Arcade in 2019, has also seen an increase in enquiries and orders in the past two years, says Luxury Bed owner Richard Tran, who brought in the 115-year-old UK brand that counts celebrities such as Emma Thompson, Madonna and Oprah Winfrey as its fans.