With no doubt Facebook is the most popular social media around the world. In September 2012 the number of the media’s active users hit the incredible number of 1 billion people. If it was a real country, it would be the third largest in the world. If you haven’t realised it yet, then now you know how powerful Facebook is and what impact it has on the lives of its users.
For sure not all of the 1 billion people spend a lot of hours interacting with the social media, some users just check what’s happening from time to time. But it’s also a known fact that there are some pretty addicted users worldwide – the ones that refresh their news feed every free minute, in order to follow all the information written or shared by their friends. Entrepreneurs and designers have noticed this trend, therefore they try to implement Facebook in ordinary and boring items, in order to get more attention.
A great example for this business thinking is the Facebook bed. The designer of this concept was inspired by the social media and it is even in the shape of the company’s logo. Actually, it was created for the Facebook addicts, because it has a desk with a space for a laptop or a computer, as well as a comfortable chair.
Having this bed allows you to log in first thing in the morning and check what you have missed while you were sleeping. Or in the evening when you get tired from being online, you can quickly tuck in the blankets and drift off dreaming. Maybe with this bed there will be a new sleeping disorder – instead of sleepwalking, people will experience “sleepfacebooking”.
Did you also notice that the pillow is covered with Facebook’s logo and the blanket has different icons from the social media? Yes, this bed is truly the ultimate gift for the obsessed users.
I have to admit that this concept is an interesting combination, but with all the chatting and posting the owners of the bed may forget their other obligations. Hopefully, they will remember to call an upholstery cleaning London team from time to time, to keep the great look of their Facebook bed.