You Can Turn Any Toilet Into The Iron Throne With These Decals And Yes, Please

by Valerie Williams
Image via Etsy/Brutal Visual Studio/Amazon

Turn your toilet into an actual Iron Throne because, why not?

With the premiere of the new (and last!) season of Game of Thrones just over two weeks away, fans are kind of starting to lose it. We’re gathering up all the theories and spoilers we can get our obsessed little hands on while binge-watching the entire series over again, and also, buying all the fun GoT merch we can afford (including plush direwolves). Happily, there’s plenty of it and the latest offering is a complete no-brainer for any Thrones super fan.

You can, for the extremely reasonable price of like, $21, turn any toilet into the Iron Throne.

Image via Etsy/Brutal Visual Studio

Excited? You should be. This completely innovative bathroom upgrade is brought to us by a genius Etsy seller who clearly understands how Game of Thrones fans are willing to jump the shark when it comes to fun items that pay homage to the literal best show ever.

Like, hello. Who wouldn’t want this situation in their master bath? You’re the queen of this castle.

The entire premise of the show revolves around who will eventually rule over The Seven Kingdoms from the perch of the Iron Throne, so why not seat yourself there every time nature calls? I mean, your kids will give you literally around 11 seconds to yourself before tiny fingers appear under the door and whines for fruit snacks grow to unignorable levels, so you should make the most of it.

Hopefully, it works out better for us than it did for Tywin. God rest his soul.

If an Iron Throne throne isn’t really your thing (but, why?) then there’s plenty of other GoT-themed items you can snap up:

Like these Oreos.

Or maybe this Mother of Dragons shirt.

Image via Walmart

Or you could just watch this breathtaking trailer on repeat until April 14. I definitely haven’t been doing that.

WHEW. It’s a lot, right? But as mind-blowing as this trailer confirms the new season should be, Showrunner David Benioff is just concerned it won’t blow us away enough. “From the beginning we’ve talked about how the show would end. A good story isn’t a good story if you have a bad ending. Of course we worry,” he tells EW.

We don’t think he has anything to worry about, but even if the new season fails to astound us, we’ll still be surrounded by fun merch.