That is to say, you can rearrange deck chair (singular) from the Titanic—a single wooden deck chair from the fateful voyage is set to be auctioned off, and is expected to fetch around $115,000. As cool a collectible as this is, it does seem a little morbid as far as furniture goes. It would also be difficult to design around. To really keep with the theme, you'd probably end up shelling out a lot more money for a coffee table from Chernobyl, a nightstand from the Challenger, and a chaise lounge from the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory.
· Unsinkable collectible: Wooden chair from Titanic's first class deck to go up for auction, expected to fetch $115K [NYDN]