Want to turn your home into a real house of horrors?
Ambesonne, an online retailer of textiles and home décor, is ready to turn your drab space into a murder scene thanks to a line of bloodstain-print housewares.
The products, available for sale on Ambesonne’s website, as well as Walmart, Amazon and Wayfair, include duvet cover sets, shower curtains, tablecloths and placemats — all with terrifying imagery.
One duvet cover set, priced from $99, shows red blood splatter across a stark white base that’s repeated in the pillowcase design.
“OK Walmart no one asked for this,” wrote one Instagram user with a screenshot of that product for sale on the retail giant’s website.
Another duvet cover set, also priced from $99, displays a bloody handprint with the word “REVENGE” scrawled in blood-dripping letters. Even worse, another set has the word “HELP” displayed in a similarly unsettling, style. That, too, sets you back at least $99.
A customer review for the latter, reportedly seen on Wayfair, shows two stars, suggesting a “Lower price,” and we can certainly imagine why. Another, with a gleeful five-star review, says “It was everything we expected horror.”
But those with gory tastes have plenty of options at their disposal.
A blood-splattered shower curtain — seemingly inspired by the 1960 film “Psycho” — is available for $29.95 on Amazon. Want a throw pillow with the same print to make your guests panic? That’s $17.99. You can complement it all with a blood-stained wall hanging that costs $29.99 on Walmart’s website.
A representative for Ambesonne tells The Post these pieces are all part of keeping up with “the future.”
“People want to have images that [are] straight out of a thriller,” says a company rep who didn’t provide their name. “This is a new trend among the people who want to decorate their house on occasion.”
It’s not all macabre. Ambesonne’s Instagram page, which has 314 followers, advertises throw pillows with banana leaf prints, duvet cover sets with a graphic design of a tree, even a shower curtain with chevron patterns of mixed designs. More non-bloody designs are available on Walmart, Amazon and Wayfair.