May 22, 2014 8:55 AM
Well, here's a new way to use old mops, brooms, rakes, and various assorted long-handled tools that are way past their prime. The generically-named Steel Chair ($497) is anything but. It uses these old household staples as its frame (steel handles) and seat (wood handles). Now, you may be doing the addition in your head - as surely the materials couldn't have cost more than $50 at your local Ace hardware store - but who's going to put the chair together and trust it to hold your weight? We're not volunteering.