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Creepy Co’s Horror Rugs Really Know How to Tie The Room Together

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Creepy Co. is at it again with their straight up non-stop assault on awesomess. It’s almost like they can’t help it. Their clothing from their spooky button ups to their terrifying tees and everything in-between are seriously some of the dopest horror merch out there. Now, they have gone and brought back their horror rugs. Our main problem now? Which rug do we get and which room do we put it in?

Their rug line includes a really cool Lake Lurker, Bapho-Mat, a “Sorry we’re Dead” and a really cool vintage VHS horror sticker inspired rug.

The official description of the Lake Lurker is as follows on Creepy Co.

Watch where you step, because the Lake Lurker is on the prowl…

What better way to tie a room together than with a rug ringing with eeriness? Summon up the perfect rug and brighten up your living room, kitchen, bedroom, rec room, or secret underground dungeon!

  • Over 3 feet long (23.5″ x 40″)
  • printed tight-loop topside
  • skid resistant back-side
  • spot clean only, do not machine wash

The Bapho-Mat sounds really cool too:

Next bath-time, be sure to consult the occult.

What better way to tie a room together than with a rug ringing with eeriness? Summon up the perfect rug and brighten up your living room, kitchen, bedroom, rec room, or secret underground dungeon!

  • 3 feet long (29″ x 36″)
  • printed tight-loop topside
  • skid resistant back-side
  • spot clean only, do not machine wash

We might have to go with both of those. Choices, choices. What about you guys? Which one would you choose? Let us know in the comments section.

To shop this collection of rugs head over to Creepy Co.

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Trey grew up wedged in-between the aisles of a video store. After a Cronenbergian inspired sequence, He has officially become fused with both film and video games. He writes all things pop culture, and has accidentally kicked two sharks and lived. Give him a follow and Tweet him something not too judgy @TreyHilburn.