Trend Alert: Pop-Decor-n

Have you ever thought to yourself, “Wow, my living quarters are so spacious! If only there were a way to fill all this unused space”? Of course you have! Especially you city dwellers out there with the lofted beds, tiny closets, and roommates. But have no fear, because we’re here with a plan that’s both aesthetically pleasing and utilitarian: popcorn.


They say all good things must come to an end, but the hardest goodbye every year is the one we say to It’s Peanut Butter Chocolate Time and Paint it Milk Chocolate as they retire for the season. But what if we didn’t have to say goodbye? What if the solution has been here all along and it’s called interior design?

For example, couches aren’t important. What’s truly important is popcorn in mass quantities. Obviously, you’ll still require a spot for sitting and Netflixing and entertaining, but wouldn’t you really make a splash if that spot were constructed entirely from bags of chocolate-drizzled popcorn? We think so. Not to mention the bonus points for not needing to get up (which would probably prove difficult anyway) to retrieve a snack for your guests.

If you feel like building a couch out of popcorn is a little too bold for your taste, you could start by replacing some other useless items around the house. Ovens: who needs ‘em? Nightstands: pointless. Bathtubs: really just another name for storage space. With a little imagination and a lot of popcorn, the options are limitless!  

Get your supply of It’s Peanut Butter Chocolate Time and Paint It Milk Chocolate before they go out of production at the end of April. Don’t worry, they’ll be back come fall. In the meantime, you can look forward to our summer faves Holla-peno and Sweetie, You Salty.

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