Monthly Archives: October 2010

Retro Tuner Case in Reclaimed Wine Oak

Phone rings. “I’m not sure if you guys do this sort of thing, but I have this tuner I bought, for my turntable, from goodwill and the case broke. Do you do repairs?” Honestly, we do some repair, but not … Continue reading

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Eco-lounge at Artisanal LA, this weekend!

Make sure you get your tickets for this weekend’s Artisanal LA. Downtown Los Angeles’s Cooper Building will be transformed into a cooking, tasting, buying event with workshops, freebies and an eco-lounge with some of our reclaimed wood wine oak furniture. … Continue reading

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Editing Desk in Reclaimed Oak

“Dunnage” is basically filler wood for stacking, storing and moving crates, lumber and other cargo in trucks, trains or warehouses. Well, it was. It has been mostly been replaced by plastic. Along with several members of the LA Box Collective, … Continue reading

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Wine Oak: Simple, Elegant and completely eco-friendly

We installed this bookcase about a month ago. The home in Brentwood is exquisite. Our wine oak bookcase adds a simple and functional touch to their media room.

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Forest Inspired Home Furnishings: Traditional Home Trend

I always see our design as being modern, but I look at all sorts of design magazines, not just modern ones. I was looking at the October 2010 issue of Traditional Home magazine, and this trend in their marketplace section … Continue reading

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