Lufthansa has gone ahead and had its A380 plane interiors redone by London-based industrial design firm Priestmangoode. The result? A luxurious new cabin, including a first class cabin with seats that fold down into full beds, special flooring that dampens footsteps, a closet with a wardrobe instead of overhead compartments and even a rose next to every seat. Who wants to bet those will be fake in a few years?
The new A380 design is so swanky it's got its own website. Lufthansa will roll out the changes to other planes in its fleet in coming years, though your best chance to see the leather, suede and marble-finished cabins will be to fly first class on a long haul.
Click through the gallery below for a brief tour of the redesigned interior.