Keep the Breaking Bad-ness going in your hearts and homes with these science-y home goods #Pop Culture#Shopping#geeky#home goods#tv October 4 | Megan Finley Horowitz meggyfin Period Table of the Elements tapestry Breaking Bad — everyone's favorite meth-themed TV show — has come to an end. Any other Breaking Bad fans in the Offbeat Home? I watched the finale with my Erlenmeyer flask full of wine to see it to an end. What did you do? I'm sure a lot of you are mourning the loss extremely hard this weekend since you want have all that science-y, chemistry-y craziness piped through your entertainment system on Sunday. So what if you just incorporated some of it in your home decor? I found some science and element-based home goods that'll have your entire house screaming "respect the chemistry!" Like that Periodic Table of the Elements tapestry or shower curtains, a cool chemistry cocktail set, and even a game you can play to pass the time slot you have available on Sunday nights where you won't be watching Breaking Bad… In the Spirit of Surprise Flask – $19.99 Periodic Table Shower Curtainl – $29.95 "Respect the Chemistry" Beaker Mug – $26.95 Style is Elemental Magnet Set – $12.99 Scientific Chemistry Cocktail Set for Drink Mixing – $50.81 Caffeine Mug – $6.99 Elemensus: Periodic Table Spelling Board Game – $29.99 Anyone else have some awesome chemistry-themed home good action that I didn't find? Let's talk elemental home goods and Breaking Bad finales in the comments! Reporter Name * Reporter Email * Original text Enter the original text here. Edited text* Enter your suggested copyedit here. Notes You can add a note for the editor here. * Required information. Fix Typo Megan Finley Horowitz When Megan's not writing, traveling, and sleeping, she's eating like the fate of the world depends on it. (You're welcome, world!) You can snoop into her personal life over on her website The Dash and Dine! @meggyfin @thedashanddine @meggyfin PREVIOUS How can an introvert thrive at work? NEXT Geeks Raising Geeks: a website for any geek helping raise a child + $50 ThinkGeek giveaway Show/Hide comments [ 10 ] I don't have any purchased products from the show, but I do have a 3-photo strip of somecards I created for my wedding, now hanging in our half bath. So I have Walter and Jesse in my bathroom. Reply That's awesome! Reply Even as a self-professed science nerd, I just can't bring that shit home with me anymore. Except maybe the flask. You should do a dog-related round up like the cat one from a few weeks ago! 1 agrees Reply ON IT! 1 agrees Reply Oh wow, that cocktail set. WANT! 1 agrees Reply Me too! I don't even mix cocktails, but if I had that set I'd totally start. 1 agrees Reply I got the cocktail set as a surprise birthday gift for my hubby (a chemistry nerd who loves chem themed anything), and it is AMAZINGLY fun to play with 🙂 Reply I will miss sitting on the edge of my seat covering my eyes waiting for someone to get shot . . . that was my standard pose for watching Breaking Bad. Haha. I also enjoyed the "aftershow" Talking Bad with nerd extraordinaire Chris Hardwick ("respect the chemistry"). They were always giving out official Breaking Bad swag , of which there seems to be a whole lot. I appreciate it, but I might not want it in my house necessarily (I'm more of a Game of Thrones gal in terms of decor). I probably won't buy the Breaking Bad Blu-ray, but I seriously love that the set seems to come in a little money/garbage barrel of its own! Reply Game of Thrones decor hmmm? Did you see this post! http://offbeathome.com/2013/03/game-of-thrones-home-goods Reply yes! it actually came up as a suggestion in the middle of this article. 🙂 I didn't notice it until after I'd posted though. very pertinent! Reply Join the conversation Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. No-drama comment policy Part of what makes the Offbeat Empire different is our commitment to civil, constructive commenting. Make sure you're familiar with our no-drama comment policy.