Below is a custom Ironworker shelf we just finished for a client. It was made in 3 sections that bolt together and has 6 shelves, around 650 rivets, aged sugar pine wood, a rusted steel patina, and a 5″ apron. It measures 7.5′ tall by 9′ wide. This would work great as a bookcase or fixture in a retail store.
Monthly Archives: April 2012
Yesterday we were featured on the cover of the Arizona Business Gazette and on the cover of the Arizona Republic in the business section. It was a nice surprise to hear about this. Needless to say, we’ve been flooded with calls and emails. We’re doing our best to get back to everybody! STORY HERE
And another in the Biz Journal.
And another at –> Core77
We don’t have a retail showroom setup just yet, but we can show you some current pieces we are working on for clients. You’ll need to make an appointment if you want to visit our shop. Please call 602-322-111 to make an appointment. Our address is 45 W. Buchanan Ave in downtown Phoenix.
And here are some pieces shipping out soon along with our logo that we’re playing around with:
Cory McClosky of Fox News paid a visit to us this morning. You can see the comical video here: http://www.myfoxphoenix.com/dpp/morning_show/corys_corner/cory9am-04122012
Just finished a job for an office. All of the pieces were customized in some fashion and include desks, worktables, a conference table, file cabinets, and more. These were a blending of several designs: I Beam, Crank Table, Ellis, Bolted Table, and our riveted top. We used cherry, walnut and mahogany for the tops. These pieces are a good example of how we can customize pieces for clients.
We have a bunch of pieces ready to ship out, so I snapped some photos. The I Beam conference table has a 12′ x 5′ walnut top with riveted metal trim. And the bar height A Frame has a smaller walnut top with bolted metal trim.
Vintage Industrial has been a little cramped with the 6,000 sf we had, so we’ve decided to add another 14,000 sf. It’s kind of hard to believe that we have 20,000 sf of warehouse now, but it’s true! We’re still in the same location, just using both sides of the historic Neil B McGinnis building now. Our plans for the new space include adding some spectacular showrooms with many new products, a new distribution area, offices, and more.
Just wanted to thank all of the people that supported us, fans, customers, and our awesome employees! We couldn’t have done this without you.