Magmaxdesign's Blog

June 24, 2009

On Sale!

Filed under: Custom Design, Furniture, Modern — Tags: , , , , , , — magmaxdesign @ 7:29 am
Mr. Square Bench

Mr. Square Bench

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Sit in style with Mr. Square Bench. The beam is made from local reclaimed fir. Dimensions 5.5x11x18 the bench compliments any room decor. For details visit MAGMAX Design products at www.magmaxdesign.com.

June 9, 2009

MAGMAX Design Online

Filed under: News — Tags: , , , , — magmaxdesign @ 10:06 am

web launch

MAGMAX Design is excited to announce the launch of our website. The site features a variety of our latest custom designs including furniture currently being showcased at Canoe in Portland, Oregon. MAGMAX Design was born out of the desire to create modern, sustainable furniture that lasts a lifetime.  We cater to the needs, desires and wants of our customers and pride ourselves in our customer satisfaction. We design and make nearly every conceivable type of household furniture: Beds, Tables, Benches, Dressers, Desks, Home Design (Shelving, Cabinets, Bars, Picture frames, etc) as well as a number of stainless household products. Check us out at www.magmaxdesign.com

June 2, 2009

Website Launch Coming Soon!

Filed under: News — Tags: , — magmaxdesign @ 3:01 am

We have been diligently working to find the perfect combinations for a website. We realize that you have patiently awaited our presence on the internet, but it will be a few more days. In response to many emails we decided to let you know that the goal is in sight!

March 27, 2009

Significant Artifacts

You may not believe it. You may in fact question it, but we custom manufacture every product we design. Reclaimed lumber has so many fascinating qualities: the wood’s unique appearance, its contribution to green building, the history of the wood’s origins and the wood’s physical characteristics such as strength, stability and durability. The process requires intensive labor but it is well worth it. Often this is wood from from long-standing idle buildings, and its sometimes refinished for new purposes. Most reclaimed lumber comes from timbers and decking rescued from old barns, factories and warehouses and some companies have been known to source wood from less traditional structures such as boxcars, coal mines, and wine barrels. By reclaiming the wood, we not only create something beautiful , but it also preserves historically significant artifacts that would have otherwise been destroyed.

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