Vampires are awfully cavalier about their sleeping arrangements. It seems that in most accounts, they are quickly exasperated when they have to explain yet again to a mortal person that -- if they do sleep at all -- they must sleep during the daylight hours. Nowadays, thankfully, there are blackout curtains to help with that.
For the "vein" vampire, there are a couple of premier options to ensure an elegant, undisturbed sleep. Though blackout curtains are pricier in general, the undead will likely splurge on a full silk version, which can cost around $2,000 to outfit an entire room of windows. Made to prevent light through every seam, you won't be able to tell if you're 6 feet under or snoozing comfortably upstairs in a creepy, abandoned Victorian home in the suburbs.
Old-school vampires understandably insist on sleeping in the confines of a coffin, which would regularly cost about $2,000. For vampires who dwell in the south, outfitting their coffin with air-conditioning for the summer months will total $7,200. And if they wanted to go all out in typical vampire fashion, they can sleep in the same coffin design that James Brown and Michael Jackson used. At $25,000, the velvet interior will ensure complete comfort while the gold-plated exterior ensures your coffers are as deep as your sleep.
Plus, if coffins are anything like beds, you'll be replacing those babies every 10 years for maximum comfort -- and that can really add up.