Who hasn't dreamed of being able to take a mid-day snooze at work? For the employees at mattress brand , it's just another day at the office.
The bedding startup's new two-floor headquarters, located in Manhattan's Flatiron District, is pretty much the work space of your dreams, complete with three full-size beds.
Not only are employees encouraged to use the for informal meetings, they're also welcome to catch up on some shut-eye, reports Dezeen.
Since Casper's employees likely aren't spending all day in bed, it helps that the rest of the company's office gives off serene vibes as well.
Designed by local firm , the space features soothing blue hues, inspired by the colors of the company's subway ads, as well as bright orange accents.
Just as sleep plays a key part in the brand's focus, it is also incorporated into the office design, with the main level designed to represent morning, with its exposed brick, cozy "town-hall" seating area and birch-wood shelving, while the upper level channels nighttime with furnishings popping against a deeper shade of blue. Curved, white fabric partitions help to separate different sections of the room, which also boasts a cool, slanted ceiling.
And while the beds are certainly the showpiece of this office space, its penthouse — which features a grass terrace and stunning views of midtown Manhattan — certainly adds to the wow-factor of the Casper digs.
Keep scrolling to check out more of Casper's office–and try not to be too jealous.