Since drugs are illegal and nobody cares about your EQ levels, skip the roadie and go with a Rhodie instead: RI-based Matt Johnson's slick assemblage of mixed-material, upcycled furniture, all of which's been hand-cobbled from reclaimed woods, metals, and random parts pulled from bikes & cars. Give your living room that oft-sought grease-monkey vibe via
Carburetor Lamps These Art Deco-meets-MacGyver table lamps/candle holders are lovingly crafted from scattershot scrap including a '60s Volvo carb, aluminum street signs, and even an old salt & pepper shaker -- so to turn it on, just find the button and Push It
Piston/Gear Furniture A robotic, Frankenstein-like walnut side table (built from myriad Ford/GM differential gears) smartly complements a set of handsome Sapele/Spanish Cedar bookshelves end-capped by Suzuki motorcycle pistons, meaning you can show off to everyone that you ride without Harley having to try
Miscellanea Round out the room/show how much you totally love American Pickers with a set of four Italian table chairs rocking bike sprockets and seats woven from inner tubes, or an ambiance-setting copper wall sconce made from an antique fire extinguisher, aka the main responsibility of Keith Richards' roadie, now that he's immune to drugs.