If you're like us and can't get enough Game of Thrones, here's a list of 10 "throne" rooms to keep you entertained until next Sunday. You don't have to be a Lannister to live like one; each of these bathrooms is in a home for sale, so any one of them could be yours with enough gold. If you want to do your business like a king, just be wary of whoever starts knocking on the other side of that door; they could be looking to dethrone you.
1.) Who wants to sit on an iron throne when they can sit on rich mahogany?
That is mahogany! This throne clearly belongs in the Crownlands, where the King conducts his, um, business. Not only does it look more comfortable than The Iron Throne, but it also has a cup holder! It's almost as if Rob Baratheon designed it himself. Now Prince Joffrey can sip and ... well, you get the idea.
2.) Where the Weirwoods blow
This throne room has The North written all over it. I hope it comes with heated floors; we hear winter is coming.
3.) Because there's no such thing as lion-print
If Cersei Lannister was a modern-day woman, she would want a leopard print throne room at Casterly Rock. Although, she may like a cougar print instead.
4.) In this bathroom, all business smells like roses.
When Highgarden's Margaery Tyrell uses this throne room, it needs no air freshener!
5.) Where the Greyjoys get Kraken
The only warmth on this Iron Island comes from the fireplace next to the bathtub, which is big enough to drown in!
6.) A Tully-worthy toilet
"The Seven Kingdoms piss and the Riverlands change clothes" ... probably in a bathroom that looks like this. This blue loo would fit right in at Riverrun.
7.) The Red Woman is very particular about her shower décor.
Be careful, the showerhead may spout fire instead of water. And it has a shadow.
8.) A water closet for wildlings!
If the wildlings ever bathed, this is where they would go. Hopefully there aren't any white walkers hidden behind those walls.
This fiery commode can only be appreciated by the Mother of Dragons herself, Daenerys of House Targaryen. If you look closely you can find her sun and stars.
10.) I'm getting an Eyrie feeling about this.
The Eyrie might be a terrible place for a prisoner, but we're pretty sure Lady Lysa warms her cold heart in a tub like this, where her only concern in the world is a wrinkled finger - err, wrinkled fingers.