This Charging Bed Lets Your Phone Sleep When You Do

The charging station is basically a miniature version of a bed at a 5-star hotel.

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Ariana Huffington has been championing sleep as a key to success and wellbeing since her 2014 book "," and now, she wants you to just put your phone to bed too, literally —and even tuck it in.

After stepping down as president and editor-in-chief of The Huffington Post back in August, Huffington launched , a new startup company that's working to make us less stressed and burned-out and instead help us, well, thrive. The new venture involves workshops and an e-commerce page for wellness products, like the $100 "Phone Bed Charging Station" that's featured on the .

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" makes putting our smartphones to bed a regular part of our nightly ritual," the site says. "First we tuck our phones in, and then ourselves."

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The idea is that while we recharge and renew, our phones should as well. And Huffington thinks they should do it far, far away from us and our boundless late-night scrolling tendencies.

According to Thrive, "by giving our phones their own bed — outside our bedroom — we can say goodnight to our day and get the sleep we need to wake up fully recharged."

While it looks like a wooden made for a doll, it is, in fact, the "world's first phone bed," as the site describes it. At its core, it's really just a charging station, but it's quite a bit more luxurious than your typical one.

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The "bed" comes in two colors, mahogany and poplar, and can charge up to ten phones, which lie side-by-side atop a plush satin mattress (yes, you read that right). It also comes with a microfiber blanket for tucking your tech right in.

It's not just for your phone either, because apparently your tablet could use some shut-eye too. Below the mattress you'll find velvet compartments, or "" as Thrive calls them, with satin linens for iPad storage.

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We're all for anything that encourages taking some much-needed time to unplug, just be prepared to explain to house guests why you've got a miniature bed cradling your iPhone on your kitchen counter — and why you paid $100 for it.

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