Grittily handmade in Washington (the GA spot, not the one that's planning on removing everyone's ceilings or something), F & F makes handy home and outdoor knick-knacks from a variety of repurposed materials, ranging from garage tools to stuff scavenged from train tracks, although hopefully not "Meet Virginia". Check pieces like the
Run Of The Mill Six Pack: This panel-separated bottle-carrier is crafted from dense reclaimed oak and has a wire handle that's been cut/curled to match beer bottle latch-tops, making it "a must-have for the home brewer", even though Paul Molitor and Robin Yount both probably drink at bars that aren't in their homes, too
Fire Box Humidor: Store your stogies in this 1950s GE fire alarm box that's lined with Spanish cedar, and still features the original instructional sign on front saying "only use for fires or testing", even though in Atlanta, the testing is what usually gets you fired in the first place.
Candle-log-ra: A branch-sprouting section cut from a hardwood tree, this 20in-high centerpiece is mounted on thick aged barnwood and has candle holes in each stump, whose music is only slightly more tolerable than Train's, but hey, this thing is really pretty nice.