When it comes to repurposing garbage, your repertoire's limited to converting empty cans into spitters, or half-eaten donuts into completely eaten donuts. Turning rusted crap into dope home furnishings, Hester Modern Steel Furniture.
The result of a New Year's resolution to "do more welding" (and who hasn't been there), Hester turns junkyard sheet metal from old American cars and trucks into one of a kind, made-to-order tables. Provide your color preferences and a photo of the intended room for inspiration, and Hes'll go hunting for potential hoods with which to build your steez, always vigilantly guarding against that damned Master Blaster. Once you're on board with a concept, the "skin" is cut off and cut to size, smoothed-n-shaped in a hydraulic press, welded, then scrubbed, buffed, and clear coated; the foot design was inspired by AT-ATs from Star Wars, great for festive party games like "Grapple to the Underbelly and Plant Bombs".
Prices start at $850, and Hes's also got you covered with fabricated steel bed frames and custom desks for the home or office -- impressing coworkers 'til they see you sitting at it, eating the remainder of someone else's chocolate old-fashioned.