We run through our everyday lives, doing everyday activities, with everyday items. For the rich, however, those everyday items need a touch of glamour, an ounce of sophistication and more gold than you can shake a stick at. Here are ridiculously expensive versions of everyday items that only the richest can afford.
Since the first generation of iPhones were released in 2007, they became one of the most popular mobile devices on the planet. In the US alone, the iPhone holds the 43% share of smartphone market, according to a survey of late 2015. Some can go a little overboard a man designed world’s most expensive iPhone that costs $15.3 million and is not available for the general public. It features a 24-carat gold casing, more than 600 black and white diamonds and a 26-carat black diamond home button.
When it’s hot inside, we want to get a little bit of breeze going through our houses. Most of us use what we have at that time as a doorstop. The normal doorstops usually cost $20-$25. However, there are more costly designs available as well. A designer from Canada creates concrete doorstops that cost $3500 that only the richest can afford buying. He made several doorstops that were purchased back in 2007 by an art museum.