This luxury bedroom is tucked into one end of a Boeing 747-8 airliner which has been kitted out as the ultimate private jet.
A company that builds luxury aircrafts have unveiled the interior of one of their £400 million planes.
US company Greenpoint's renderings show the inside of a Boeing 747-8, which features the likes of a restaurant, living suite and stylish bedrooms.
Boeing 747's usual capacity is around 450 passengers, but this aircraft, which was be completely redesigned, looks more like a super yacht than a passenger plane.
The original price of the plane is around £230 million, with the changes costing around £160 million, it has been reported.
Greenpoint could not disclose the name of the buyer - however, they did confirm that the plane has been completed after three years of work.
The 200-metre-long aircraft has been delivered to the private owner, but no pictures of the exterior or interior have been released.
Jon Buccola, Greenpoint owner, said: "This delivery represents an outstanding past 12 months for Greenpoint.
"We inducted our first 787, contracted our second 787, became part of Zodiac Aerospace and now, redeliver the first 747-8 VIP in the industry.
"Our entire team is extremely proud of this amazing accomplishment."
- By Jack Williams