Because your crowning self-assembly achievement to date is only mildly messing up your Lego drawbridge castle (1500 pieces, mom!), turn to Hub-based childhood-besties-turned-design-partners Ben Durrell and Matthew Pelrine (of...yep, Pelrine + Durrell), who're showcasing their better-than-yours, hand-crafted home decor at JP's new Room 68.
Three you should probably throw in your castle:
The "Lobster Trap Table": In case you've often thought to yourself, "I wish my coffee table was at one point used to trap members of the nephropidae family of crustaceans", snag this, made with a stainless steel trap and a glass/polycarbonate top.
The "Whale" Rocking Chair: Putting your bean bag chair to utter shame is a reclining, reclaimed-wood rocking chair made from planks of an old Nantucket home, the kind that would probably have a "Whale" rocking chair on its porch, but now can't, for somewhat self-explanatory reasons.
The "Ball Time" Clock: Not actually a clock that lets your doctor know when to do the awkward hernia exam, this rotating time-teller is made out of an old car's ball-joint, though unlike most joints you're familiar with, this one requires no self-assembly.