Friday, August 29, 2008

Eastvold Conveyance

Much of the work that we do reflects progressive designs that are generally found in the urban environment. Many of our cabinet and furniture projects are in houses that might not be labeled "country" and wouldn't blend aesthetically with a 19th century farmstead. However, our shop is located in an area that would definitely be labeled "country". On my way there, I get to drive past pastures, crop fields, withering barns, and the occasional tractor that moves about as fast as 7:30am traffic up 35W.

A few of the crew were out and about in this area the other day taking some shots for our upcoming ads. They did a fantastic job with them. Here is a sneak peak at some of the material you may see in your mailbox or favorite magazine.

Tuesday, August 12, 2008


It is fun to finally be doing a blog for various reasons. I have always wanted to give people a glimpse into our day to day life because of the many exciting things that happen here. The process of doing cabinets and furniture is often times very eventful and exciting to see. We get the opportunity to work with a lot of good people who have very good ideas, these people are customers, employees and designers. With most of our projects being custom and unique, it always seems like the learning curve doesn't flatten out. This part of the process has been made exciting for me because of the great crew we have doing the projects. Eastvold Custom has been graced with some talented and fun people who have made it possible to be at this stage in the game.

I am also hooked on reading design blogs which I will link over time. There are so many ideas that continue to blow my mind. Eastvold Custom is a young company and I feel that we have already gotten to be a part of some amazing projects with great designers that will stand the test of time.

It will be fun to talk about these projects and process them as they go through our shop and into living spaces, along with our many random thoughts on design and the world that we call construction.