This French Fries Bed Will Help Supersize Your Naps


Would you like fries with that nap? Supersize Bed is a project by British set and costume designer, Cecilia Carey, in collaboration with architectural foodsmith, Harry Parr.

The fully-functional bed has the requisite mattress, with the added bonus of a giant package of fast-food fries as a headboard. Did we mention that the fries are giant pillows that can be removed and used to make sleeping even awesomer? They may even help you dream of fast food… more so.





  1. […] Some people have champagne wishes and caviar dreams and others just dreams of sliced potatoes deep fried in oil, lightly salted and served in a box. Lean towards the low end with this awesome French Fries Bed designed by Cecelia Carey. It looks just like a box of McDonald’s fries (or McDowell’s if you remember Coming to America. of course you do. she’s your queen to be. that’s beautiful, what is that velvet? Sexual Chocolate.) The other cool part beside looking like your honey shrunk your kids in a fast food restaurant is that the “fries’ actually come out of the carton and serve as long pillows. Why would you need some many pillows? For a french fry pillow fort, obviously. There can be no other reason. Of course it’s really just a french fry headboard, to get the complete meal you’d best pair this up with a hamburger bed. (via foodiggity) […]

  2. […] By TAXI Daily News August 29, 2014 Design No Comments 0 Fast food junkies, rejoice—this “Supersize Bed” has a headboard that looks like a packet of French Fries. Made by Cecilia Carey and Harry Parr from Bompas and Parr, these “fries” are giant pillows that will make your sleeping experience a lot more fun. If you would like to purchase this bed, head on over to Cecilia Carey’s website to do so. [via Food Diggity] […]

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