Vanilla Ice takes wraps off furniture collection

Pop Goes The News — Rapper and reality TV star Vanilla Ice has unveiled a furniture line that includes a $4,600 teak sofa and a $6,400 copper bathtub.

The Vanilla Ice Collection is being sold online via Florida’s Eclectic Design International.

(All prices shown herein are in Canadian dollars.)

It features tables, chairs (including a $594 rocking chair upholstered with goat skin), beds, sofas, lighting, and decor (including a $1,000 mahogany London phone booth with shelves).

The 9.5-foot Anya Dining Table, made of solid teak and cast iron, is priced at about $9,200 — chairs not included.

Many of the pieces are one-of-a-kind.

Vanilla Ice, who was born Robert Van Winkle, reportedly took an online design course about seven years after his breakthrough hit “Ice Ice Baby” topped the charts in 1990.

The 47-year-old has hosted five seasons of The Vanilla Ice Project on DIY Network.

In April, Vanilla Ice took a community service plea deal after being charged with grand theft and burglary in February. The star, who was accused of stealing furniture and other items from a West Palm Beach home, called the incident “unfortunate” and a “misunderstanding.”