Most dungeons don't get the aesthetic appreciation they deserve, and even when they do, the praise just seems tortuously forced. For a homewares designer embracing that twisted beauty: Real Industrial Edge Furniture.
A Loveland-based architecture school grad who smiths out of a backyard workshop, heavy-duty REIF would like to switch things up and get...your ass on medieval goods, as he hammers out mad dungeon-y furniture, and uses parts salvaged from places as varied as a scrap metal distributor in Ft Collins, and his own motorcycle -- a true creative Triumph.
Scrap Metal Media Cabinet: This one-off centerpiece can be customized to fit in your home, is so heavy it has to shipped by freight truck, and is 90% recycled metal, also what you'll actually hear on Dokken's new tour.
Kickass Lamps: Like a San Diegan weatherman, you'll love these things, which employ scraps like an old bike chain, and springs from a motorcycle he found on the side of the road.
Scrap Metal and Reclaimed Wood Table: Another custom job that he's happy to recreate (or adjust to your liking), the shelving units are old grain barnwood from Wyoming, and the thing rocks wine bottle-ready metal hooks, aka what made Dokken incredibly rich for like three years.
And if you're looking for more of a factory vibe, he's also got loads of side tables made from rivets and steel, aka the crime that will land you on the rack, where you'll be unmercifully coerced into complimenting the dungeon's sconces.