Matt Eastvold, the founder of small, Minnesota-based company, Eastvold Furniture, creates a line of handcrafted, solid wood modern furniture with a mid-century feel. Their high-end pieces are made from sustainable materials using innovative construction methods and plenty of sweat equity. Check out some of our favorite pieces that Eastvold Furniture produces.
The Palm Shelf is a minimalist option for storage that lets you display your items on its wooden shelves effortlessly. The powder-coated steel bar comes in a variety of colors to match your decor.
Available in five woods, the Elko Credenza has a mid-century feel while at the same time having a classic look that will never go out of style. Paired with a powder-coated steel base in one of seven colors, the handcrafted piece features sliding doors and adjustable shelves. This is a piece that will become a staple and can be used as a bar cabinet or media unit.
The Classic Coffee Table is the perfect modern table for any living room. It’s substantial and practical. With its partially-concealed storage, you have double the surface space on which to rest your stuff. Slip in coffee table books and all your remotes to Made from solid sustainable walnut or white oak and in two different heights.
The modern Alden Dining Table, made of sustainable solid walnut or white oak, carries on the mid-century feel that Eastvold is known for, complete with a sleek, refined look. You may have already noticed, but we’re just crazy about this table and think it’s destined to become a family heirloom in every home.
With five deep drawers and an open cubby at the top, the Jackson Dresser offers plenty of storage behind its walnut veneer over 13-play sustainable hardwood plywood. The two-tone exterior enhances the beveled edges making this piece one of supreme craftsmanship.
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