Coffin Couches is a California-based company that sells sofas made out of "used" coffins. From the website, it would seem that the company doesn't get its coffins by disinterring grandmothers, but from coffins that are discovered to be slightly damaged after a body has been put in them. The couches cost $3,500 (not including shipping) and weigh 900 pounds, ensuring that if you buy one, it's virtually guaranteed to be the only one on your block.
Coffin Couches' website looked a little sketchy, so we called its contact number. Turns out that Coffin Couches is a side business of 1800Autopsy.com. For realz! But wait! That's not all! According to the company, used coffins are considered biohazards, since dead bodies in coffins are considered to be biohazard tissue. Each of the sofas is marked accordingly.
Recycling may be good for the earth, but it can be dangerous: don't say we didn't warn you. Those erring on the side of safety may want to go with a SofaBOX instead.