Shaker Project is founded on the principle that furniture should be made to be handed down, not thrown away.
San Francisco, California (PRWEB) April 14, 2015
Shaker Project, a California-based workshop and on-line furniture retailer specializing in made-to-order furniture, announces its Spring release – Table No. 1, The Shaker Apron Table.
Shaker Project gently redefines classic design aesthetics into furniture that reflects contemporary sensibilities for today’s home. Using only solid, honest materials including sustainable hard woods, each custom piece is crafted with a blend of new technology and classic techniques. Shaker Project is part of an emerging vanguard of innovative companies who design and own the manufacturing process to then sell their goods and wares exclusively online.
“Our company is founded on the principle that furniture should be made to be handed down, not thrown away,” said Cina Hazegh, founder of Shaker Project. “We achieve that by combining timeless Shaker design, really great materials, and some fresh thinking on how furniture should be made. I think our customers will agree that our first product, Table No.1, is a piece of furniture they’ll want to hold onto for a very long time.”
About Shaker Project
The Shaker Project was born out of a desire to bring some fresh thinking to the world of custom furniture. Every Shaker Project piece begins with 100% North American White Oak or Walnut sustainably harvested and carefully kiln dried. Each piece is made to order and is crafted in our workshop in Pittsburg, California, using a blend of new technology and time-honored techniques. Every surface is hand finished using natural oil to protect and enhance the wood’s natural luster with no toxic odor or harsh chemicals.
Our first release, Table No. 1 – The Shaker Apron Table, is available exclusively at ShakerProject.com in several ideal widths and lengths and is priced starting at just $849. Visit shakerproject.com to place your custom order. Like us on Facebook at facebook.com/shakerproject and follow us on Twitter @shakerproject.