Judging from the success of those realty TV shows, finding something valuable amidst tons of garbage is an admirable skill, so good for you, Brett Michaels. Finding gold amidst piles of things even more broken and discarded than Daisy from Season 1: Factory20.
An online retailer based in Abingdon, VA, the husband & wife behind F20 hawk an enormous store of arts, antiques, and oddities they've collected from travels in the US and abroad to convey "a different impression of 20th century design", so you're not dealing with Lay-Z-Boys. Some highlights include:
Lights: Fixtures include a 1910s Victorian brass and brown milk glass hanging chandelier, a ship captain's spotlight, and an early century industrial brass accordion lamp, all of which are fully rewired and ready to hang, just like that guy from Mr. Cooper. Seriously, he wants to know what you're doing tonight.
Objects: Here's where it starts to get sort of strange. There's everything from a "Custom Made Hats" sign with pull-chain operation, to a steel '20s Yacht Haven community dock tool box, aka the building where guys who do crew hang out.
Oddities: Here's where it gets really strange. There's a chainsaw air gun, a 5ft long pop art toothbrush from the 80's, and a taxidermy salmon caught in 1924 and mounted on solid mahogany above "No odor", a warning that still wouldn't be enough to get most sane people anywhere near Daisy's mouth, even after brushing it with that 5ft toothbrush.