If you’re looking for an unusual decorating motif, read on. It seems that graveyards and mortuaries are no longer the only settings where a coffin is appropriate.
Southern California company Coffin Couches take slightly used 18 gauge steel coffins, rejected for burial because of cosmetic inconsistencies, and create one of a kind couches. The cast iron legs are embossed with the universal biohazard insignia since coffins which have held human remains are considered biohazardous. Custom colors are available upon request.
To see more from Coffin Couches, visit their gallery.
The Casket Furniture Company offers a variety of furnishing items which can fit into your decor while you’re alive, and then be used to bury you when you pass. Their philosophy is why spend all that money for something not enjoyed until after death when you can use it in life.
Bryan of Coffin it Up creates custom coffin furniture, jewelry, storage boxes as well as usable coffins. The prices are not listed on the website but you can contact Bryan at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re interested.
To see more of Bryan’s creations, visit the gallery.