Because no one really wants to see a laser light water show in Warwick that doesn't feature mermaid Daryl Hannah, skip the new Jordan's and check out Yendrabuilt, an assemblage of mid-mod industrial furniture handmade from rescued bridge/ barnwood, fences, and abandoned cars by a metal worker who also constructs bamboo bikes, custom hot rods, and a keg-hauling tricycle that garnered national notoriety.
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Answering the question "Where do bridges go when they retire?" (Madison County?), this two-tiered six-footer's been sanded smooth and finished for five days, and rocks a built-in flatscreen swivel, enough room for your Betamax, and legs made of cold-rolled steel tubing.
Beer Serving Tray
Sized to tote four of your finest pints of Icehouse (or several tumblers), this stainless steel-bottomed tray's the yuppiest purchase ever, and forged from leftover scraps of old wood and iron, also the perfect diet for kind-of-anemic beavers with worn teeth.
Framed by steel, this polyhedron side table/ nightstand is built to "last forever" out of a snow fence that's been reclaimed, much like Tom Hanks's love for naked half-fish ladies once they come back into his life.