Seeing the final pictures of this amazing walnut custom credenza put me, do I dare say, into some giddy school girl state of mind. Another cool aspect of this project is the crate. I almost think the crate alone looks like some kind of modern industrial credenza.
From Matt at Eastvold:
The crate is built from 1/4″OSB and pine 2×4’s. I have learned to prepare the crates for the worst because I have seen the worst. They get loaded onto semi trucks, sometimes airplanes and shuffled around warehouses, none of which are gentle. The shipping company I have been using is called Home Direct At Your Service and they have been wonderful to work with. Their specialty is shipping furniture at a reasonable price and work hard at making sure things go well and when they don’t, they make sure all issues are resolved. Their role is a third party broker who finds the best company for the piece.
What would you do with the crate?
Use it for fire wood?
I will for sure use it, but how?
Click “READ MORE ” to see what’s in the crate.
Insert “angelic voices singing a note in unison”
Matt from Eastvold would like to extend this discount to all plastolux readers
OK so how amazing is this? I am sooo excited to have this piece as part of my home. I will do one last post when I get this piece of art integrated into my home. Nice job Matt!
Thanks Ben Roosa for taking the final photos, you always do a fantastic job.