Halloween Home Staging?

by Admin on October 23, 2014

As we approach Halloween I hope the following pieces of furniture don’t end up in any staged homes for sale, unless of course it’s a haunted house… ;)

The bloody bathroom (SpinningHat.com):

This blood soaked pillow is only $272 (Lost City Products)

My favorite, the bloody table:

Throw in a couple of lights:

And then there’s the Kersplat Coffee Table, created by James Ian Killinger, a 2008 graduate of Iowa State University’s College of Design:

And finally the scariest/most disgusting of them all, blood soaked china:

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