Brain Dead's "Home Goods" Collection Aims to Spruce up Your Living Space

Ranging from pillows to soap.

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Kyle Ng and his L.A.-based imprint Brain Dead have unleashed a bevy of eccentric furnishings to help you spruce up your living space.

Aptly named “Home Goods,” the collection is comprised of plush graphic-heavy pillows and rugs dressed in the label’s usual punchy color scheme, while candles, soap and incense burners have been crafted into Brain Dead’s famous logo. Most notably, the collection also includes pieces for your furry friends such as dog collars and leashes rendered in bold colorways.

Interested fans can purchase items from Brain Dead’s “Home Goods” collection now over at Brain Dead’s official site. Pieces range from $25 to $95 USD.

For more home accessories, check out A.P.C.’s “Round 16” collection of quilts and pillows.

 

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