Lost Souls Gothic Skull Chair
Ah, a chance to get inside another man's head. Or lady's. Actually, the Lady Lost Souls Gothic Skull Chairs are made 4" bigger in diameter to accurately depict real male-female skull ratios. On average ladies' skulls are 10% larger than men's to accommodate their larger brains and exponentially higher intelligence.
What? Of course that's true. Of cour- well, no. It's not true. I made it all up to win points with the ladies.
Yes, even the part about there being male and female Lost Souls Gothic Skull Chairs in different sizes. They're all the same size, 40" wide x 39.5" deep x 35" high, and not gender-specific.
At least not until you get your own skull chair and give it either a pretty bow or a mustache.
Note: Gothic Skull Chair prices are listed as they were at printing. Prices are subject to change.
Gothic Skull Chair in Bone
Painted bad to the Bone, with super-realistic shadows and detailing, Design Toscano's creepy goth Skull Chair is a throne fit for a king. Of Death. Of Darkness. Of Heidi Klum's Halloween party.
The lounger is cast in resin and reinforced with fiberglass prior to getting its coats of paint applied by hand.
I'm not sure what's going on with the decidedly less spooky peek-a-boo skull face on the seat side of the chair. Maybe it's like a furniture mullet: soul-sucking demon in the front; spirit of good times in the back.
Gothic Skull Chair in Black
Even dead and gone Skelly McSkeleton knows black don't crack.
The Gothic Skull Chair in black isn't nearly as disturbing as the Bone version. For those who like just a tinge of macabre in their home decor, it would almost be a tasteful choice for a home bar or mancave furnishing.
Both the Bone and Black Skull Chairs weigh 67 pounds apiece.