Helmed by the son of an Air Force pilot, Stockpile Designs is a Brooklyn-based furniture outfit making homegoods that incorporate all manner of artifacts and ephemera from his father's various deployments — brass lanterns and Berber rugs, model airplanes and missile defense system radiation shielding — that cluttered his childhood home. So, if you've been looking for some refreshingly non-IKEA decor, like a floor lamp made from a Korean War-era practice bomb or a credenza fashioned from large ammo cans, now's the time to whip out your wallet.
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Perimeter Low Table — $950 Feel free to stash your magazines in the vintage ammunition bins on either end.
Friendly Fire Lamp — $600 Nothing like some light reading beside your table lamp that's been built into a perforated 75mm anti-tank missile.
Cache — $535 Does your current nightstand have a built-in cabinet once used as an ammo canister? No, it does not.
Megaton Floor Lamp — $1,400 You'll want to keep the kids away from this one, seeing as that's a 100-pound Korean War-era bomb suspended above the minimalist stand.
Beacon — $180 Vietnam-era cluster bombs look a whole lot less terrifying when they're simply illuminating an Edison bulb, huh?