Everyone knows about rural Minnesota's striking accents, but tragically too few know about its equally striking accent pieces. Well, no longer, thanks to: ...this email...about Eastvold Furniture. Hand-crafted from sustainable materials in a small woodshop an hour outside the cities (don't worry, they ship free), classic, clean-lined Eastvold believes "that the creation of each piece should benefit both our community and our planet", so, you, and the 6.8 billion who can come look at your awesome new furniture?
Spengler Entry Bench: This angular 5-drawer unit has floating shelves and comes in an array of woods & laminates. It generally runs 65"x18"x18", but they encourage you to "ask about dimension changes", which obviously require a bit more lead-time, as portals to the astral plane don't build themselves.
Jackson Bed: Thankfully not constructed outta sequined red gloves (how Bad would that be?!), this low-profile frame's got three drawers on each side, comes in full, queen, or king, and assembles with just three bolts.
Elko Credenza: This guy's got a sleek, laser-cut, powder-coated base supporting a solid-wood rectangular upper with sliding doors, adjustable shelves, and "wire passages", which, when recited by a character from Fargo instead of McNulty, sound way less badass.