Four high-profile creative New Zealanders have each designed a custom bed to be auctioned for charity, with the proceeds going to the New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation.
The beds were designed by artist Elliot O'Donnell, also known as ASKEW ONE, fashion designer Denise L'Estrange-Corbet from WORLD, fashion designer Juliette Hogan and interior designer LeeAnn Yare.
They will be listed on Trade Me until October 28, Sealy NZ marketing manager Jenni Gaze said. "We are thrilled to be working with these exceptional artists and really appreciate the time and skill that has gone into creating the designs," she said.
The company was eager to see New Zealanders get behind such a worthwhile cause.
Breast Cancer Foundation chief executive Van Henderson said she was thrilled to have Sealy on board.
"This year's designs are works of art that anyone would be proud to own," she said.