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This Gothic Style Furniture Will Elevate Your House’s Creep Factor To New Degrees

Every house needs a coffin. 

And no, I don’t mean you can store your family there when they pass away, although that is one way you could use the following items (But we won’t be held liable for the smell). I actually mean the coffin-style cabinets that are all the rage nowadays that you can’t seem to find anywhere. We all go to Pinterest and look up gothic furniture. Just admit it, there is nothing to be ashamed about. 


However, most of those interesting boards are DIY furniture and while that is cool for some, for the other people like me who can’t even wield a hammer without somehow stabbing their fingers, buying furniture is much easier. And a great shop in California has just the thing you want. We have collected some of their most popular items right here for you to enjoy.

So whether you want to take inspiration to build it yourself or buy them is up to you. Just scroll below to take a look.

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#1 Doesn’t this cabinet look fun and useful?

#2 They have many sizes and styles for all your needs.


#3 And they also carry old victorian style cabinets so you can go to Narnia whenever you want.


These items are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to this shop. They carry many more items that you can take a look at on their Facebook or you can also visit them in person if you live in California. You can honestly get everything you may need to completely change your house from basic to a goth’s wet dream. Yes, I know what I said and I stand by it.

#4 How can we forget about the dressing tables to match the overall aesthetic?


#5 They have several designs including printed ones with Frankenstein’s monster on it.


You can also directly buy from their website which is right here if you are too lazy to go visit them or live too far away. Right now they only have a branch in California but they will hopefully expand to more areas.

They also carry accessories for your homes like mugs or creepy lamp covers to add the nail to the coffin, so to speak. All in all, they have a very wide range and now it seems like I am sponsoring them even though in reality, I just really like the stylistic furniture.

#6 However, if you don’t want a specific character, you can go for something a little more spidery.


Would you ever make or buy one of these? Or do they not fit the overall aesthetic and style of your house? Comment down below and let us know.


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