So you redecorated the entire house, from the Asian-inspired living room to the country French kitchen. But something’s still not right. Why, it’s the garbage can liner, of course! You barely ever see it, but just knowing that that sad white plastic bag with the yellow ties fails to conform to your overall aesthetic just gnaws at you.
Fret not! Obsessives can now swath their trash in style thanks to Elaine Murray of Park City, Utah, inventor of decorated garbage liners sold under the name Sweet Baguettes. The liners currently come in three designs: a contemporary blue and brown pattern and two patterns suitable for a child’s trash can, cars and trucks and fairy princesses. More designs are planned as the product receives wider distribution. The four-gallon bags come in packs of 15, tastefully wrapped in baguette paper.
Therapy costs extra.
Source: The Park Record