This Disney Villains Houseware Collection Is Wickedly Cute
There’s a Disney Villains houseware collection and it’s so delightfully evil
Are you more of an Ursula than a Ariel? Do you feel like the Evil Queen might have gotten a bad rap? Then, boy, do I have some great news for you. There’s a Disney villain houseware collection and everything is insanely cute, with a side of pure, unadulterated evil. Go on. You know you want to.
Okay, first things first. We need to figure out which Disney villain you are. If you have the ability to fiercely rock a black and white ‘do (#respect), then please turn your attention immediately to this Cruella De Vil throw pillow. It’s cream white, features a pretty incredible sketch of Cruella, and is actually pretty fashionable. Your cool, artsy friends will approve.
Same goes for this cherry red Queen of Hearts throw pillow. We could all use a little pop of color in our living rooms (and a casual pop of maniacal evil as well).
Are you more of an Under the Sea gal? Would you be living your best life if you had octopus for legs? Then, you probably (definitely) should be drinking your coffee out of this Ursula mug. Sorry, Ariel.
Can we just all agree that this Snow White poisoned apple tumbler is quite possibly the cutest, juiciest tumbler you’ll ever see? Just look at that little leaf on the straw. And don’t worry, I’m sure the Evil Queen had her reasons.
Speaking of the Evil Queen, I don’t know how you feel about dropping almost $500 on paintings but this is insanely cool. Pop art + Disney = literally everything.
Attention all you evil fairies out there. This mug, featuring a delicate sketch of Maleficent, was made just for you. Again, she definitely had her reasons.
Want to bring your evil self on the road? This Maleficent traveling coffee mug is the perfect solution. After all, there’s no rest for the wicked.
This cup kind of looks like a witchy black cauldron and I want it immediately. Already perfecting my cackle.
Now, please go stock up on a plethora of items featuring Disney’s most conniving leading ladies. Your bad, bad selves deserve it.