Bentley typically builds and sells around 11,000 of its luxury cars each year. But at the height of the global recession in 2009, it moved just 3,600 units – less than half of what it sold the year before. So to keep busy, the craftsmen in Crewe started making furniture to the same standard as the interiors of the company’s high-end vehicles. The car maker still offers the Bentley Home line of furniture, but with those craftsmen by now plenty busy cranking out Continentals and Bentaygas, the company partners with the Luxury Living Group to produce sofas, armchairs, tables, beds, and more. Want a couch made from the same sumptuous leather and lustrous wood veneers as the inside of a Mulsanne? It'll set you back a good £22,000 - enough to put you behind the wheel of a new Ford Focus