Here is what their front page say: "We have the mindset of thinking "Green" and we know it is different but we strongly believe in recycling. Our niche happens to be 18 gauge steel coffins which we collected from local funeral homes primarily in Southern California. It is a health and safety law that funeral homes cannot resell used coffins to the general public. We approached funeral directors with the attitude of recycling. These coffins are not used for burial due to slight cosmetic inconsistencies. They are reconfigured and modified resulting in a finished product - a unique one a kind coffin couch. If you notice (although it may be too small) the six cast iron heavy duty legs are embossed with the universal biohazard insignia. The reason we utilized this sign was because safety was our utmost concern. If you are not aware, once a human body is placed in a coffin it is considered biohazard tissue. The legs have the embossed insignia for precautionary reasons in the event body fluids are exchanged on these coffins. Perhaps you would feel safe knowing that you are in designated biohazard scene! Ha!"
Now think about. Everyone will be talking about your decor. It should hold up : ) -- Afterall a
Coffin is made from recycled 18 gauge steel. It has 4" heavy duty padding and durable leather or vinyl . Also has inner 1/4" square rubber tubing for extra back and seat support . The underside has a 6.5' x 2.5' x 1" steel frame and six steel legs able to withstand approx. 900 lbs.
(Which is perfect for that heavy relative of yours that likes to plop : ) )
Great idea if you ask me ... why didn't I think of this?