Bring Your Home To Life With Coffin Couches!

Coffin furniture has long been within reach around the ‘wub. At the macabre enthusiast will find beds, coffee tables and a private coffin phone booth called “The Edison”, no less. even offers a coffin computer desk! Unfortunately much of what’s available today isn’t particularly attractive and has too much of a novelty feel. But now there is something to make even the pickiest of decorators salivate. Behold!

For those not fond of woodgrain and longing for a sleeker look offers custom couches made from 18 gauge steel coffins, upholstered and finished to your every whim.

We approached funeral directors with the attitude of recycling. These coffins are not used for burial due to slight cosmetic inconsistencies. They are reconfigured and modified resulting in a finished product – a unique one a kind coffin couch. If you notice (although it may be too small) the six cast iron heavy duty legs are embossed with the universal biohazard insignia. The reason we utilize this sign is because safety is our utmost concern. If you are not aware, once a human body is placed in a coffin it is considered biohazard tissue. The legs have the embossed insignia for precautionary reasons in the event body fluids are exchanged on these coffins.

Golly, they’ve thought of everything! And for $3,500 + shipping you too can own one of these exquisite pieces. Not a bad deal, I say.

5 Responses to “Bring Your Home To Life With Coffin Couches!”

  1. Io Says:

    Given the cost of regular couches these days, not bad at all! Wonder if they have a payment plan? I’m in the market!

  2. Zoetica Says:

    Io, just drop them a line – they seem like a reasonable bunch, what with the safety precautions and all.

  3. quasar Says:

    now, THIS is sweet! :)

  4. Zoetica Says:

    Quasar, I desperately want one, though not until I have a very large living space.

  5. quasar Says:

    the pic is not visible, how do i post ’em? with html or bbcode? (i’m n00b here, sorry. and smthng wrong with my avatar).

    here’s the link: